It's like applying for a popular job; more often than not the person won't bother reading it because he has to slog through numerous applications.Rajdeep_Joshi wrote:Thanks zzm9980 for your honest response..
I read through several posts on Expats Forum, other blogs and articles online and I fully agree with you that my being Indian and that too in IT is one road-block for sure.
The only way to clear this road block would be to get ICA to take notice of my application and think about making an exception.
As stated in my initial post, I intend to attach a covering letter along with my PR application.
In my covering letter, without sounding desperate and long winding, I intend to articulate on how I can contribute to Singapore with the knowledge and experience I have acquired in designing large scale communication networks.
I also intend to give a short yet effective summary of the variety of sites (corporate head offices, mega warehouses, factories, training centers) I have designed so far.
Based on your experience and assessment of so many posts from users in the past, would you be able to advise if a decent covering letter, with all genuine evidence (industry certifications, testimonials) of my worth will at least get ICA to take notice of my application ?
Or will it go straight to the dustbin the moment they see my race on the PR form ?
Thanks and looking forward to your response
9. We have been donating a fixed sum to Singapore Cancer Society (since March 2011 and still ongoing) and Singapore Heart Foundation (since June 2014 and still ongoing). Not sure if this helps either ? Sorry, I did not intend to put this here, but just need your expert views if this helps and should I state this on my covering letter to ICA ?.
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