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Postby iamme » Tue, 01 Apr 2014 11:27 am

daniel88ng wrote:Hi, i'm coming back to update after i completed my PR formalities... daniel88ng, the declaration part of the medical check is good enough, so just go ahead and get that part filled up if you have submitted the medical report to MOM within the last 2 years...


OIC...thx for your info, it take how long to collect your new IC?[/quote]


You can log into the eAppointment to fix a date for collection one day after completing your formalities, and if you want to collect at ICA, the earliest date available (as of what i saw this morning) is somewhere mid May... As i will be traveling on and off in May and hope to get everything done before that, i opted to collect my IC from SingPost with a minimal fee - i selected 8 April which is one week from now.. and yes, that's the earliest date available.. hope this helps..

by the way, when is your formalities appointment?

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Postby daniel88ng » Tue, 01 Apr 2014 11:48 am

You can log into the eAppointment to fix a date for collection one day after completing your formalities, and if you want to collect at ICA, the earliest date available (as of what i saw this morning) is somewhere mid May... As i will be traveling on and off in May and hope to get everything done before that, i opted to collect my IC from SingPost with a minimal fee - i selected 8 April which is one week from now.. and yes, that's the earliest date available.. hope this helps..

by the way, when is your formalities appointment?[/quote]

my appoinment drop on 14th Apr, before i collection ic must go casino 1 round :D

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Postby iamme » Tue, 01 Apr 2014 12:23 pm

daniel88ng wrote:You can log into the eAppointment to fix a date for collection one day after completing your formalities, and if you want to collect at ICA, the earliest date available (as of what i saw this morning) is somewhere mid May... As i will be traveling on and off in May and hope to get everything done before that, i opted to collect my IC from SingPost with a minimal fee - i selected 8 April which is one week from now.. and yes, that's the earliest date available.. hope this helps..

by the way, when is your formalities appointment?


my appoinment drop on 14th Apr, before i collection ic must go casino 1 round :D[/quote]


I did that too (went to the casino) the weekend before my formalities appointment... :)

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Postby daniel88ng » Fri, 25 Apr 2014 10:19 am

You can log into the eAppointment to fix a date for collection one day after completing your formalities, and if you want to collect at ICA, the earliest date available (as of what i saw this morning) is somewhere mid May... As i will be traveling on and off in May and hope to get everything done before that, i opted to collect my IC from SingPost with a minimal fee - i selected 8 April which is one week from now.. and yes, that's the earliest date available.. hope this helps..

by the way, when is your formalities appointment?[/quote]

have you collected your ic? can i know what time you collect. on the slip they mention collection time only from 8am-4.30pm. can i collect after 4.30pm since the branch i booked was open till 9pm. thanks

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Postby rdueej » Fri, 25 Apr 2014 1:16 pm

daniel88ng wrote:...can i collect after 4.30pm since the branch i booked was open till 9pm. ...


yes

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Postby daniel88ng » Fri, 25 Apr 2014 1:24 pm

rdueej wrote:
daniel88ng wrote:...can i collect after 4.30pm since the branch i booked was open till 9pm. ...


yes


thanks :)

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Postby zhi_huei » Thu, 08 May 2014 12:06 pm

daniel88ng wrote:Hi, i'm coming back to update after i completed my PR formalities... daniel88ng, the declaration part of the medical check is good enough, so just go ahead and get that part filled up if you have submitted the medical report to MOM within the last 2 years...


Hi, it take how long to complete the whole process of "Completion of Formalities (PR)" at ICA?

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Postby the lynx » Thu, 08 May 2014 1:39 pm

zhi_huei wrote:
daniel88ng wrote:Hi, i'm coming back to update after i completed my PR formalities... daniel88ng, the declaration part of the medical check is good enough, so just go ahead and get that part filled up if you have submitted the medical report to MOM within the last 2 years...


Hi, it take how long to complete the whole process of "Completion of Formalities (PR)" at ICA?


I heard that it is quick, like 15 minutes or so, once you sit down. Unless you have problems with your documents.

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 08 May 2014 1:48 pm

Does it matter? I mean, are you going to give it back if it takes too long in your opinion? :roll:

Personally, I'd take the whole day off. The remainder to celebrate or drown my miseries, as the case may be.

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Postby Happydiamond » Fri, 13 Jun 2014 5:35 pm

congratulations getting your pass approved.


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