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Long term vist pass

Postby sugarcoatedhaws » Tue, 17 Mar 2015 9:10 pm

Hi any kind soul, able to help me with this?

I just applied a long term visit pass for my spouse and it was approved in principle and i have booked an appointment to actually go ICA to submit some documents and for it to be approved in final, i have to submit documents like Marriage certificate, my tax notice and my empolyment letter.

However, i have just resigned from my job, i wonder if ICA will cancel this application now since im unable to provide an employment letter?

Does anyone knows about this ?

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Re: Long term vist pass

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Tue, 17 Mar 2015 9:48 pm

sugarcoatedhaws wrote:Hi any kind soul, able to help me with this?

I just applied a long term visit pass for my spouse and it was approved in principle and i have booked an appointment to actually go ICA to submit some documents and for it to be approved in final, i have to submit documents like Marriage certificate, my tax notice and my empolyment letter.

However, i have just resigned from my job, i wonder if ICA will cancel this application now since im unable to provide an employment letter?

Does anyone knows about this ?


Not wanting to insult you intelligence, but let's take a look at what you applied for. A Dependent's Pass. By it's very name, it means that person is depending on you to provide for them during their stay here. Now, let's take a look at ICA and some normal thinking. If they are going to give you a Dependent's Pass it was based on your Employer giving you an Employment Pass, correct? The Employment Pass is the tie for the DP. Without the EP you don't get a DP. Sounds like you jumped the gun and now you are going to pay for it. Whether or not they will give you another chance will depend on whether you can find another job, apply for and get another EP. But this one is kaput as it's based on a position that no longer exists. Hasty greed is everybody's downfall. You cannot put the cart before the horse. What were you thinking? :roll:

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Re: Long term vist pass

Postby singapore eagle » Tue, 17 Mar 2015 10:43 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:Not wanting to insult you intelligence, but let's take a look at what you applied for. A Dependent's Pass.


Er...I think the poster said that he/she applied for a LTVP. So presumably he/she is a PR or a SC.

(In any case, and I know you do a lot of sterling work round here which is appreciated by all, but that's a hell of a lot of attitude to pack into one post!!)

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Re: Long term vist pass

Postby kyl3_4ng3l » Mon, 11 May 2015 11:34 am

Hi Sugarcoatedhaws , may i know how is the results of your spouse LTVP? do they approved it without your employment letter? I'm currently in the same situation, coz the processing time are taking longer than usual. thank you

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Re: Long term vist pass

Postby sugarcoatedhaws » Tue, 09 Jun 2015 7:34 am

Hi kyl3, yes it's was approved, although I don't have my employment letter but on the day of completion of formalities, I just took up a new job hence I provided the letter of acceptance and they accepted it too. You also have to give ur CPF record. I suppose they just want to see that the sponsor have income.


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Re: Long term vist pass

Postby purpletree1212 » Sat, 13 Jun 2015 11:05 pm

hello :) can i ask the other way around? my spr husband applied for LTVP for me and one of their requirements is to submit my COE, i just resigned and serving my notice now. by the time i will submit the formalities its after my last day already. would it be fine since it's sponsored application of spr?


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