Is CRA processing time faster using Profile-Refile VS. using Represent a Client-Change my Return? Does it provide a case number for submitting documents?

Situation 1-T2202A adjustment-CRA would not have T2202A

Situation 2-Disability Deduction for prior year-CRA has certificate on file

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Thank you for using ProFile Live Community.

That is a question best posed to CRA, as the ProFile team has no visibility to their processing time.

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