Your wife can meet the MP and lodge an appeal. Or resubmit the LTVP application.Kleef wrote: How would we go about making an appeal for the LTVP? I ahve no idea? What points should I raise?
bring your wife along, tell the Queue counter that you need to meet an officer regarding appeal for LTVP. Even if they say you should apply online, tell them you would like to talk to the officer. You may need to wait for a while.Kleef wrote: So; I presume what you suggest is go to immigration at ICA? How do I ensure I see someone who can answer my questions and maybe even help? You say 'get info first' I may be obtuse, so may I ask what info you would suggest. I guess I would only have one shot at this, so must have all my ducks in a row!
Your wife is the best sponsor one can hope for. And Singapore won't allow unrelated parties as sponsors.Kleef wrote:Right now her salary is really low, but she is looking around at other options. Maybe we should wait until she has at least the glimmer of a better paying job, although with her education level probably more like 2000 than 3000. Bcosts are very low, utilities mainly, her mother lives five floors up and most of the eating is done there. I am going to try my religious minister at the UHC to see if a letter from him would help - would it? - do you know what the requirements are for someone to act as a sponsor? All this typing, if it was safe I would give you my phone number
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