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Problem of EP process

Postby yoha03 » Thu, 11 Mar 2010 12:01 am

Hi I want to ask about the EP process

Currently I'm in student pass, last month I get a job and then they apply EP for me, its rejected and then they appeal, then last week I call the company to cancel the employment with them basically I ask to cancel the appeal ..they quite unhappy because of that, I know that is my fault and I apologize to them.

because I haven't sign anything and they haven't give me any offer letter, so I think I can cancel

what I want to ask is,
will it make a problem to me to cancel like that?or the company can blacklist me in MOM?
is other company can still apply EP for me? if the first company unhappy and don't void the appeal
can I cancel the appeal myself?or I just wait until the appeal expired?
because I think the appeal won't be success also because they need scan of original certificate and I haven't give to them

thanks

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Re: Problem of EP process

Postby FaeLLe » Thu, 11 Mar 2010 12:56 pm

yoha03 wrote:Hi I want to ask about the EP process

Currently I'm in student pass, last month I get a job and then they apply EP for me, its rejected and then they appeal, then last week I call the company to cancel the employment with them basically I ask to cancel the appeal ..they quite unhappy because of that, I know that is my fault and I apologize to them.

because I haven't sign anything and they haven't give me any offer letter, so I think I can cancel

what I want to ask is,
will it make a problem to me to cancel like that?or the company can blacklist me in MOM?
is other company can still apply EP for me? if the first company unhappy and don't void the appeal
can I cancel the appeal myself?or I just wait until the appeal expired?
because I think the appeal won't be success also because they need scan of original certificate and I haven't give to them

thanks


Well dont think they can blacklist you for no reason, especially since you havent signed any job offer and contracts.
If you have gone back on an offer and the organization can prove detrimental effects to themselves as a result of this then it is possible, but dont think they would bother TBH.

If you have not provided any certificates etc then how did they apply for the EP in the first place?? Why is why it probably was rejected???

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Postby yoha03 » Thu, 11 Mar 2010 1:53 pm

Actually at first application I give only the copy of my translated certificate
then they said MOM need the scan of the original one for the appeal process
but that one I haven't give, I already ask them to cancel the employment

actually they said that they already spend time and cost for appeal and also they must start looking for another employee
So I'm afraid that they blacklist me because of this even though I haven't sign anything yet and also the EP haven't approved yet

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 11 Mar 2010 3:01 pm

Nah, don't worry about it. They can't do squat. :cool:

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Postby yoha03 » Thu, 11 Mar 2010 5:23 pm

Thanks for all the reply :)
it makes me feel relieve, can start looking for a job again
good lesson for me next time must really think carefully before agree for employment:)

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 11 Mar 2010 5:59 pm

I don't recommend making a habit of it though......... :-|


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