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MOM's Letter of consent??

Postby mclarenlfc » Fri, 30 Jul 2010 8:04 pm

Hey guys need your help please,
a clinic took me for internship as a Physiotherapist in Singapore, and I am trying to fill out the consent for Training Employment Pass..I got kinda confused .
Sorry this is a silly question =(, English is not my mother langauge,I got confused when comes to this

on the form it says

CONSENT
With reference to my application submitted on ........for Training Employment Pass and residence in Singapore, I give my consent to the Government of Singapore to obtain from and verify information with any
person, organization or any other source for assessing my application.

Date..........
Name of Applicant.............
Signature................

SO my question is what should I put in the blank ,after the phase "With reference to my application submitted on"

Thanks alot
Sharity

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Postby Asdracles » Fri, 30 Jul 2010 8:13 pm

I guess it should be the date (but english is not my mother tongue too)

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Postby mclarenlfc » Fri, 30 Jul 2010 8:16 pm

I thought to put the date on it too, however on the bottom ,there is a blank for me to fill out the date O_o

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Re: MOM's Letter of consent??

Postby ancientmariner » Fri, 30 Jul 2010 8:49 pm

mclarenlfc wrote:Hey guys need your help please,
a clinic took me for internship as a Physiotherapist in Singapore, and I am trying to fill out the consent for Training Employment Pass..I got kinda confused .
Sorry this is a silly question =(, English is not my mother langauge,I got confused when comes to this

on the form it says

CONSENT
With reference to my application submitted on ........for Training

"HERE YOU NEED TO PUT THE DATE WHEN YOUR APPLICATION WAS SUBMITTED"

Employment Pass and residence in Singapore, I give my consent to the Government of Singapore to obtain from and verify information with any
person, organization or any other source for assessing my application.

Date.......... ( THE DATE YOU ARE GOING TO SIGN THIS CONSENT)

Name of Applicant.............
Signature................

SO my question is what should I put in the blank ,after the phase "With reference to my application submitted on"

Thanks alot
Sharity
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Postby melren » Fri, 30 Jul 2010 8:49 pm

mclarenlfc wrote:I thought to put the date on it too, however on the bottom ,there is a blank for me to fill out the date O_o


Put the date on when u submit the form, and at the bottom part put in the date when u signed the form.

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Postby BillyB » Fri, 30 Jul 2010 8:55 pm

Have you already submitted your application and is this an additional information request from the MOM?

If not, I would date it for the day you expect to submit your application to the MOM.

For simplicity - date them both the same and take the application form to the MOM on the same day :-)

My experience tells me that the MOM exercise common sense on all types of applications and understand people can easily misunderstand the information required on their forms. They will not be overly fussy about some slight differences in dates in my opinion.

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Fri, 30 Jul 2010 10:42 pm

The first date in the body of text is the date your application was initially submitted. If submitting together with the application, it should be that date.

The date at the bottom is the date that you filled out/signed that form. Both date could be the same date if the application and this form are being submitted together.

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Postby observer » Sat, 31 Jul 2010 1:01 am

I concur. Date.
It's common sense - if you try to come in before I go out, I can't go out. And you can't come in! Lose-lose!


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