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Re: PR application - ICA's off-list documents can submit?

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 01 Jun 2016 11:45 pm

You reckon they'll ask him to import to Singapore? I was a chopper pilot in the NAM. Do you think that will get me any brownie points? Do they know if I will fly for them once they give me what I want?

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Postby ecureilx » Wed, 01 Jun 2016 11:59 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:You reckon they'll ask him to import to Singapore? I was a chopper pilot in the NAM. Do you think that will get me any brownie points? Do they know if I will fly for them once they give me what I want?


Not sure Santo understood that !!!!

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 02 Jun 2016 8:15 am

:mrgreen: :lol: :lol:

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Re: PR application - ICA's off-list documents can submit?

Postby BBCWatcher » Thu, 02 Jun 2016 11:21 am

Here are some other, "important" records you could try to include in your PR application:

1. Receipts from the last 5 years of girl scout cookie purchases, including types of cookies and quantities;
2. All Certificates of Perfect Attendance from your elementary school, and from your parents' elementary schools;
3. A certified estimate of the volume and weight of qualified garbage you have placed into the blue recycling bin over the past 3 years;
4. A signed confession detailing the number of times within the past 4 years you have jaywalked (crossed a street less than 50 meters from a marked crosswalk or crossed with a red signal);
5. Another signed confession describing the number of kilometers of pedestrian sidewalk you have illegally invaded with your bicycle, unicycle, scooter, Segway, lorry, private jet, jet ski, or other vehicle over the past 18 months, including an estimate of the number of times you have rung a bell (or otherwise generated noise) to try to move pedestrians out of your way;
6. Your FairPrice receipts for the past 6 months;
7. Receipts documenting all your spending (at the higher foreigner rates) within the past 22 months at Singapore's public hospitals and clinics, to demonstrate how much you have subsidized the medical care of Singaporeans;
8. Ticket stubs from any National Day-related events that you attended since 2012 as a demonstration of your patriotism;
9. A selfie photo taken within the past 7 weeks at the summit of Bukit Timah;
10. In order to demonstrate cultural assimilation, another selfie photo taken within the past month showing you eating (and enjoying, or convincingly pretending to enjoy) some type of local cuisine that is not the cuisine of your birth country. If you are a member of a particular religious community, and that religious community prohibits eating certain foods, then the picture should show you eating one of the prohibited foods. It's helpful to include a Singaporean in the photo and expressions of friendship (shaking hands, smiling, backslapping, etc.)

Submit all ten of these records, plus the others ICA asks for -- except the 3 years of Income Tax Notices of Assessment, of course -- and you'll have a "90% Success Rate," just like the agencies promise.

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 02 Jun 2016 11:54 am

DAMN! BBC you have actually got a lighter side! Welcome to the dark side! ;-) I'm sitting here LMAO both because it so funny and so out of character. :mrgreen:

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Postby Strong Eagle » Thu, 02 Jun 2016 12:14 pm

BBCWatcher wrote:Here are some other, "important" records you could try to include in your PR application:

1. Receipts from the last 5 years of girl scout cookie purchases, including types of cookies and quantities;
2. All Certificates of Perfect Attendance from your elementary school, and from your parents' elementary schools;
3. A certified estimate of the volume and weight of qualified garbage you have placed into the blue recycling bin over the past 3 years;
4. A signed confession detailing the number of times within the past 4 years you have jaywalked (crossed a street less than 50 meters from a marked crosswalk or crossed with a red signal);
5. Another signed confession describing the number of kilometers of pedestrian sidewalk you have illegally invaded with your bicycle, unicycle, scooter, Segway, lorry, private jet, jet ski, or other vehicle over the past 18 months, including an estimate of the number of times you have rung a bell (or otherwise generated noise) to try to move pedestrians out of your way;
6. Your FairPrice receipts for the past 6 months;
7. Receipts documenting all your spending (at the higher foreigner rates) within the past 22 months at Singapore's public hospitals and clinics, to demonstrate how much you have subsidized the medical care of Singaporeans;
8. Ticket stubs from any National Day-related events that you attended since 2012 as a demonstration of your patriotism;
9. A selfie photo taken within the past 7 weeks at the summit of Bukit Timah;
10. In order to demonstrate cultural assimilation, another selfie photo taken within the past month showing you eating (and enjoying, or convincingly pretending to enjoy) some type of local cuisine that is not the cuisine of your birth country. If you are a member of a particular religious community, and that religious community prohibits eating certain foods, then the picture should show you eating one of the prohibited foods. It's helpful to include a Singaporean in the photo and expressions of friendship (shaking hands, smiling, backslapping, etc.)

Submit all ten of these records, plus the others ICA asks for -- except the 3 years of Income Tax Notices of Assessment, of course -- and you'll have a "90% Success Rate," just like the agencies promise.

:mrgreen:


Once again, the pedantic BBCWatcher has to rattle off his academically and scientifically gathered "knowledge" about everything... just because he has gathered his information from multiple, reputable sources doesn't mean it is really like this in the real world! :lol: :devil:


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