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Post by tanajj17 » Mon, 30 Jul 2018 10:00 pm

Hi, I am a 17 years old and I have an uncle who lives in singapore and he applied for my tourist visa from there which got rejected. i was planning to travel around the second week of august. My uncle told me i should reapply from my residing country which is Bangladesh. I was wondering if its the right thing to do? and is the reason i got rejected because of the fact that i am not 18 yet? If I reapply from here what are the chances that they'll approve my visa here?

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Re: EVISA

Post by tanajj17 » Tue, 31 Jul 2018 1:17 am

tanajj17 wrote:Hi, I am a 17 years old and I have an uncle who lives in singapore and he applied for my tourist visa from there which got rejected. i was planning to travel around the second week of august. My uncle told me i should reapply from my residing country which is Bangladesh. I was wondering if its the right thing to do? and is the reason i got rejected because of the fact that i am not 18 yet? If I reapply from here what are the chances that they'll approve my visa here?

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Post by singaporeflyer » Tue, 31 Jul 2018 10:46 am

tanajj17 wrote:Hi, I am a 17 years old and I have an uncle who lives in singapore and he applied for my tourist visa from there which got rejected. i was planning to travel around the second week of august. My uncle told me i should reapply from my residing country which is Bangladesh. I was wondering if its the right thing to do? and is the reason i got rejected because of the fact that i am not 18 yet? If I reapply from here what are the chances that they'll approve my visa here?
He can make a visit to ICA and ask why was it rejected. There are cases where Visas are rejected because of incorrect data entered, etc in which case, ICA will highlight the mistake to the person who applied.

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Re: EVISA

Post by tanajj17 » Tue, 31 Jul 2018 6:56 pm

singaporeflyer wrote:
tanajj17 wrote:Hi, I am a 17 years old and I have an uncle who lives in singapore and he applied for my tourist visa from there which got rejected. i was planning to travel around the second week of august. My uncle told me i should reapply from my residing country which is Bangladesh. I was wondering if its the right thing to do? and is the reason i got rejected because of the fact that i am not 18 yet? If I reapply from here what are the chances that they'll approve my visa here?
He can make a visit to ICA and ask why was it rejected. There are cases where Visas are rejected because of incorrect data entered, etc in which case, ICA will highlight the mistake to the person who applied.
Oh, okay but he was saying its probably because of the age barrier and wants me to apply again from my country with consent letters from my parents.

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Post by singaporeflyer » Tue, 31 Jul 2018 7:04 pm

tanajj17 wrote:
singaporeflyer wrote:
tanajj17 wrote:Hi, I am a 17 years old and I have an uncle who lives in singapore and he applied for my tourist visa from there which got rejected. i was planning to travel around the second week of august. My uncle told me i should reapply from my residing country which is Bangladesh. I was wondering if its the right thing to do? and is the reason i got rejected because of the fact that i am not 18 yet? If I reapply from here what are the chances that they'll approve my visa here?
He can make a visit to ICA and ask why was it rejected. There are cases where Visas are rejected because of incorrect data entered, etc in which case, ICA will highlight the mistake to the person who applied.
Oh, okay but he was saying its probably because of the age barrier and wants me to apply again from my country with consent letters from my parents.
I dont think so. Better to check with ICA.

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