If it is just cancellation of ONE IPA, it might not be an issue. But if this happens repeatedly, MOM will make a note of this and MAY take action.jamessh wrote:Thanks for your reply, sundaymorningstable. I remember seeing your response on the Jobs in Singapore thread with a similarly worded warning about downturn. Thanks to your and other posters contributions in other threads on the board, I'm quite familiar with the risks you mentioned. My question is more about if jobseekers are likely to be penalised by the MOM for cancelling outstanding IPAs.
Thanks singaporeflyer, I hope this is the case!singaporeflyer wrote:If it is just cancellation of ONE IPA, it might not be an issue. But if this happens repeatedly, MOM will make a note of this and MAY take action.
This is what is called theoretical knowledge. Whom you speak to are just customer service officers. Applications are not processed by them.jamessh wrote:Updating this for anyone else in a similar situation: called MOM, and they told me cancelling IPA will have no impact on future applications.
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