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Re: EP Rejected - Need help on few questions

Postby saiyan » Thu, 18 Aug 2016 2:21 pm

Chill friends!!!!

Where there is a will, there is a way.. I will find a way at any cost. :cool:
I really thank and appreciate your suggestions and replies. =D> =D>
I don't want any hate or sad smiles here :P :-"

Edit:
how MOM sees sudden pay rises, especially (no offence) when it comes to sub cons.

Its not a sudden raise, she already spend many months and it is her appraisal time. A regular one, nothing out of track or nothing happening in hurry. This hike might be on time and in much needed time I must say. I do understand your warnings.

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Re: RE: Re: EP Rejected - Need help on few questions

Postby ecureilx » Thu, 18 Aug 2016 2:25 pm

saiyan wrote:Chill friends!!!!

Where there is a will, there is a way.. I will find a way at any cost. :cool:
I really thank and appreciate your suggestions and replies. =D> =D>
I don't want any hate or sad smiles here :-"


I am cool as a cucumber, and, in theory, I maybe able to flap my hands and fly ... and chill myself in the sky ... in theory ..

As Mentioned, do check your PM/ in box

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Re: EP Rejected - Need help on few questions

Postby BBCWatcher » Thu, 18 Aug 2016 2:31 pm

Ecureilx, let me explain to you how you can be a reasonable, polite member of society, OK? Here's what you could have posted:

"If your wife meets the fixed monthly salary requirement, and if her employer is cooperative, then they can apply for a DP for you. That said, DP approval is not guaranteed, and I am concerned about your chances. I recommend having another backup plan, probably one that does not involve Singapore."

Simple, short, accurate.

Your assessment of the original poster's odds of DP approval is an opinion. (So mine would be, although I have offered no such assessment.) It is only that. No more, no less. OK, so you have an opinion. Then state it politely, label it correctly, and move on. That should be easy, one would think.

For the record, it is reasonable to assume that a significant part of the DP assessment includes the government's views of the EP holder, in this case the original poster's wife. Do you know his wife? Have you met her? ;) Maybe the government would really, really like her to stay in Singapore, even if she is married to a schlub. Or not a schlub. I don't know, and you don't know.

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Re: RE: Re: EP Rejected - Need help on few questions

Postby ecureilx » Thu, 18 Aug 2016 3:50 pm

BBCWatcher wrote:Ecureilx, let me explain to you how you can be a reasonable, polite member of society, OK? Here's what you could have posted:

"If your wife meets the fixed monthly salary requirement, and if her employer is cooperative, then they can apply for a DP for you. That said, DP approval is not guaranteed, and I am concerned about your chances. I recommend having another backup plan, probably one that does not involve Singapore."
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Got it, crystal clear.

Man can't flap his hands fast enough to fly like a bird.

However there's a possibility one day man may achieve enough flapping to have lift off.

Since there's a possibility that may happen even though not with the current ability, don't discount it off.

So, let me explain how a take off can happen .....




You've always been a great help in adding lot in adding unrelated information ... please don't stop that.

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Re: EP Rejected - Need help on few questions

Postby saiyan » Thu, 15 Dec 2016 11:27 pm

Hi All,

I know this is late but still I have a good update on EP.

After many many suggestions from you all I managed to come to Singapore on Sep end in Visit visa - again to start my job search from start. Since I get no response from the agency on my rejected EP, I decided to let it go.

This time I was pretty lucky. I managed to get few offers. :D couple of companies asked me to get DP so had to reject them.. :?

Finally one company applied EP for me on Oct mid week Friday, with that satisfaction I returned to my country on that Sunday itself.

Thinking I have to wait again for several months.. :???: :???:
But to my surprise the EP was approved on Tuesday itself.. Within a week (Applied on Friday and Approved on Tuesday).. I joined here last month.. :D :D :-"

Thanks you all guys for giving advice.. Wish you all advance Merry Christmas.. =D> :lol:

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Re: EP Rejected - Need help on few questions

Postby x9200 » Fri, 16 Dec 2016 7:12 am

If, what is expected, the long waiting time is mostly related to vetting, then the fact, you got it quickly the 2nd time is just logical - why should they vet the same information again?

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Re: RE: Re: EP Rejected - Need help on few questions

Postby ecureilx » Fri, 16 Dec 2016 9:26 am

saiyan wrote:Thanks you all guys for giving advice.. Wish you all advance Merry Christmas.. =D>


merry Christmas to you too !!


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