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EP Rejection

Postby vini » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 11:01 am

Hi,

I am currently on DP in Singapore. I got a job offer and since its a very small company I had to do the EP myself..I applied for the EP .It got rejected.My salary is 3000 sgd per mnth. I am a computer engineer have done my MBA in finance from India and have 2 and half years of relevant work ex..out of which 6 mnths is in Singapore where i was workng on LOC..
I really fail to understand the reason of rejection.Currently i have applied for Letter of consent.I now want to submit an appeal for my ep.
Are there any points i need to keep in mind while applying?
Are there are good agencies(companies who charge for getting my Ep done) that i should get in touch with for my ep processing?

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Re: EP Rejection

Postby Strong Eagle » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 1:06 pm

vini wrote:Hi,

I am currently on DP in Singapore. I got a job offer and since its a very small company I had to do the EP myself..I applied for the EP .It got rejected.My salary is 3000 sgd per mnth. I am a computer engineer have done my MBA in finance from India and have 2 and half years of relevant work ex..out of which 6 mnths is in Singapore where i was workng on LOC..
I really fail to understand the reason of rejection.Currently i have applied for Letter of consent.I now want to submit an appeal for my ep.
Are there any points i need to keep in mind while applying?
Are there are good agencies(companies who charge for getting my Ep done) that i should get in touch with for my ep processing?

Thanks,
Vini


There is no need to cross post the same question in multiple threads. Stop doing it.

You cannot file your own EP. Only the company can file it. If you filed it, it will be an automatic rejection.

You have six months of work experience in Singapore. There are many locals who have your qualifications. Like I said elsewhere you and the company need to describe a skill set you have that cannot be found locally.

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Postby vini » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 2:07 pm

Probably you dont know that I can file the EP manually provided i get all the document signed by the company which is what i have done. And there are hundreds of foreigners who have got EP with experience less than mine.

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Postby Strong Eagle » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 2:47 pm

vini wrote:Probably you dont know that I can file the EP manually provided i get all the document signed by the company which is what i have done. And there are hundreds of foreigners who have got EP with experience less than mine.


I am fully aware that you can drop the application off in the box at MOM. You did not indicate that you obtained company info and signatures. The company did file it, you were merely the courier.

And while hundreds have gotten EP, thousands have not. If you want to appeal you should reread my advice to you.

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Postby vini » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 2:51 pm

I assumed that you are intelligent enough to understand since i mentioned that its a small company and i had to do it myself.
and as for the multiple threads,I have posted questions to specific people and i hence please dont force yourself to give an answer to evry thread of mine.Anyways thanks for your advice.

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 3:32 pm

vini wrote:I assumed that you are intelligent enough to understand since i mentioned that its a small company and i had to do it myself.
and as for the multiple threads,I have posted questions to specific people and i hence please dont force yourself to give an answer to evry thread of mine.Anyways thanks for your advice.


We consider multiple cross posting of similar messages as spamming on this board. We don't like spamming as it takes up unnecessary bandwidth. Therefore please desist from cross posting.

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Postby Strong Eagle » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 5:47 pm

vini wrote:I assumed that you are intelligent enough to understand since i mentioned that its a small company and i had to do it myself.
and as for the multiple threads,I have posted questions to specific people and i hence please dont force yourself to give an answer to evry thread of mine.Anyways thanks for your advice.


Like I said, stop cross posting the same questions in multiple threads, or they will be deleted.

Did it ever occur to you that maybe your attitude has something to do with your rejection?

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Postby Mad Scientist » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 5:49 pm

Strong Eagle wrote:
vini wrote:I assumed that you are intelligent enough to understand since i mentioned that its a small company and i had to do it myself.
and as for the multiple threads,I have posted questions to specific people and i hence please dont force yourself to give an answer to evry thread of mine.Anyways thanks for your advice.


Like I said, stop cross posting the same questions in multiple threads, or they will be deleted.

Did it ever occur to you that maybe your attitude has something to do with your rejection?


Cross Posting or Multiple Threads is a TABOO and A BIG NO NO for Dumb Stick, don't you agree SE ???

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 6:08 pm

:o :wink: :cool:

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Postby Strong Eagle » Mon, 22 Nov 2010 6:25 pm

Mad Scientist wrote:
Strong Eagle wrote:
vini wrote:I assumed that you are intelligent enough to understand since i mentioned that its a small company and i had to do it myself.
and as for the multiple threads,I have posted questions to specific people and i hence please dont force yourself to give an answer to evry thread of mine.Anyways thanks for your advice.


Like I said, stop cross posting the same questions in multiple threads, or they will be deleted.

Did it ever occur to you that maybe your attitude has something to do with your rejection?


Cross Posting or Multiple Threads is a TABOO and A BIG NO NO for Dumb Stick, don't you agree SE ???

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