Possibly I am feeling cranky... then again... this is truly a bullsh*t post.singtech wrote:Hi All,
Has anyone had experience with PEP? If so please share your experiences.
1. Can people on PEP apply for SPR?
Personally I cannot see a PEP having any more downsides to just having an EP. All of the above (and more) apply to EP. Yeah, in comparison to PR it has a lot of downsides, but some people are not willing to make that commitment (PR is not just another type of work permit as some people use it).sundaymorningstaple wrote:drawbacks? It's only good for 5 years IF you can maintain the income requirements. If you don't meet the income requirements you lose the pass. If the employer will not try to obtain a regular EP then bye-bye. You can only get a PEP one time. If you lose it in 6 months, habis. No more. So, while it has it's good points, it also has some pretty hefty sour ones as well.
You don't need "any idea". All you need to do is make sure you have a job. If the government feels you can up the gene pool here you should have no problem - Based on what I've seen so far, ahh, nevermind.............singtech wrote:Hi All,
I think my question is very clear. Your first question was not clear at all. Lot's of people with "experience on PEP". Doesn't mean all want SPR though does it.
Can a person who has PEP apply for SPR ? meaning is he eligible to apply? Somebody told me that if i have PEP , i cannot apply for SPR .. Does anybody have any idea on this?
So, if the guy has been on a PEP for 6 months and hasn't been working at all since he got his PEP, he can still apply for and get SPR. Do I understand you correctly?AngMohForeignTalent wrote:Yes.singtech wrote:Meaning, Person having PEP can apply for SPR. Am i right?
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