How to check the EP Status online?

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 04 Nov 2010 5:51 pm

Same as before.
sundaymorningstaple wrote: You might get lucky, but don't hold your breath. If your specialization is really something that they cannot find here, you might pull it off, but you have to remember that the gahmen here are vindictive and they would rather cut their noses off to spite their faces just to make a example out of someone. Maybe you will get lucky. It's happened before.
If they required a bond which wasn't paid, they will definitely keep a record of that. It's probably the reason that your application is being held up at the moment.

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hai dud SundayMoring

Post by tosureshkumar.mano » Thu, 04 Nov 2010 7:35 pm

I had some imformation that only approved EP application will have fin number

I have a fin number allocated for my application

What's your idea about this..is this correct mr Sundaymorning

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 04 Nov 2010 8:26 pm

As you have been in Singapore before, you would have already had a FIN number assigned to you prior to your receiving an NRIC ("S") number. Your FIN number will start with either the letter F or G. Once assigned a FIN number, even if you give up your later acquired S number, will still remain in your file forever. Everything that has transpired between you and the gahmen regarding your stay in Singapore will be notated there.
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EP Status "PENDING"

Post by farooq0520 » Fri, 10 Dec 2010 5:48 pm

Hi, my EP application was lauched on 30/11/2010, it said "Pending inputs from vetting agencies, could take up to 2 months" and now after 8 days the status says just "PENDING" what is the difference? Anyone has come across this?

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