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Postby russia » Mon, 02 May 2011 1:10 pm

Hi Guys,

I am now facing some immigration problems and considering using some legal assistance . I have seen on this website http://sg.88db.com/ of a guy named Mr.Joseph Yang ex immigration officer/ investigator who provides services of appeal of permanent resident and dependant pass and ban appeals . Have anyone used his service before ? is he reliable ? Please advise.

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Postby JR8 » Mon, 02 May 2011 2:01 pm

Why not outline your scenario here?

Some issues are not so difficult to overcome. Others, no specialist will help you resolve.

Knowing more of your situation would allow people to give an opinion on whether it is worth the cost of paying for an immigration specialist.

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 02 May 2011 2:25 pm

I can tell you this. If you use an Immigration Lawyer, you are almost surely to lose AND lose your money as well. ICA does not like people who try to use Lawyers. But, please, don't let my comments stop you from trying. :-|

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Postby russia » Tue, 03 May 2011 9:26 am

Hi Guys,

Many thanks for the replies.

My girlfriend have been deported back from singapore to her home country by ica one year ago.....

I want to appeal for her to come back ... but i am not sure about the procedures... should i seek an immigration specialist or appeal by myself ...

whats your opinion guys ... do you have friends that went throught this situation before ??

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Postby JR8 » Tue, 03 May 2011 9:39 am

russia wrote:Hi Guys,

Many thanks for the replies.

My girlfriend have been deported back from singapore to her home country by ica one year ago.....

I want to appeal for her to come back ... but i am not sure about the procedures... should i seek an immigration specialist or appeal by myself ...

whats your opinion guys ... do you have friends that went throught this situation before ??


That's pretty heavy. What did she do to merit that if I might ask?

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p.s. For example being sent back from the border because of invalid visa etc is one thing ('refused entry'). Her being in-country and 'deported' is potentially a much bigger kettle of fish.
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Postby ecureilx » Tue, 03 May 2011 9:53 am

russia wrote:I want to appeal for her to come back ... but i am not sure about the procedures... should i seek an immigration specialist or appeal by myself ...


I don't have friends in this situation, nor do I want any of my friends in this situation .. but myself have been in near-similar situation like that ..

And for the immigration specialists, they are not useful, as far as Singapore is concerned, unless your english sucks and you need somebody to write simple letters and fill in the forms ...

Unlike Australia, Immigration Specialists, add ZERO value ..

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Postby Mad Scientist » Tue, 03 May 2011 10:04 am

ecureilx wrote:
russia wrote:
Unlike Australia, Immigration Specialists, add ZERO value ..


^^^^^^^^^^ +++++ 1
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Postby russia » Tue, 03 May 2011 2:18 pm

hi guys,,

Many thanks for the reply and opinions . Greatly appreciate it..

So in you guys opinion i should handle the appeal by myself for example write in personal letter of appeal or e-mail to the officer in charge of the case instead of engaging an immigration specialist ? would this be a better approach ?

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Postby ecureilx » Tue, 03 May 2011 2:25 pm

russia wrote:So in you guys opinion i should handle the appeal by myself for example write in personal letter of appeal or e-mail to the officer in charge of the case instead of engaging an immigration specialist ? would this be a better approach ?


Are you serious ?? :( :(

Gee .. can you remit 2,000 $, to my account, and I will consult for you ..

My company is incorporated in BVI :)

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Postby FaeLLe » Wed, 04 May 2011 3:33 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:I can tell you this. If you use an Immigration Lawyer, you are almost surely to lose AND lose your money as well. ICA does not like people who try to use Lawyers. But, please, don't let my comments stop you from trying. :-|


SMS I think the guy is trying to solicit his website..... that URL is nothing but a spam website....

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Postby singaporeflyer » Wed, 04 May 2011 3:35 pm

FaeLLe wrote:
sundaymorningstaple wrote:I can tell you this. If you use an Immigration Lawyer, you are almost surely to lose AND lose your money as well. ICA does not like people who try to use Lawyers. But, please, don't let my comments stop you from trying. :-|


SMS I think the guy is trying to solicit his website..... that URL is nothing but a spam website....


The URL is not a spam website.

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Postby FaeLLe » Wed, 04 May 2011 4:36 pm

singaporeflyer wrote:The URL is not a spam website.


Mmmm... looks like a classifieds / advertisement site by JobsDB to me..
Couldnt find any immigration lawyer service...

Overview

88DB is the newest service developed by JobsDB.com, the no.1 jobsite in Asia Pacific. With over 5 million members and over 160,000 corporate clients in the global network, JobsDB.com represents a substantial base of quality corporations and talented individuals who offer a wide range of services. 88DB extends JobsDB’s service to a new level by creating a classified site for organizations, companies, individuals, clubs, societies and associations to promote and hire services of various kinds. It is a platform for service providers and consumers to find each other and a community where users can interact with different service providers.

Interactive Classified Platform

88DB revolutionizes the traditional classified format by making it more informative, effective and compelling. The online platform lets consumers easily find their desirable services in over 300 specific service categories - from sport coaching to private tutoring, design to live performance, business consulting to event planning and more. Simply by creating a profile and posting an advertising message in a suitable category, service providers can instantly promote to targeted consumers browsing in that category, and directly receive customer enquiries. With the power to play multimedia content within an ad, 88DB offers a comprehensive yet user-friendly tool to promote a service, announce an offer, or demonstrate a talent.

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 04 May 2011 7:11 pm

I've deleted dozens of 88db spammers over the past couple of years. I saw this one as well and almost deleted it as well. The only thing different was there wasn't several of them at one time. In fact, only this one. Therefore I've been keeping an eye on it waiting for the guy to show his hand.......

I just didn't set the clock. ;-)

tic...toc...tic...toc... :lol:

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Re: ex immigration officer joseph yang

Postby starbucke » Mon, 01 Jul 2013 10:05 pm

russia wrote:Hi Guys,

I am now facing some immigration problems and considering using some legal assistance . I have seen on this website http://sg.88db.com/ of a guy named Mr.Joseph Yang ex immigration officer/ investigator who provides services of appeal of permanent resident and dependant pass and ban appeals . Have anyone used his service before ? is he reliable ? Please advise.


:shock:
I would take it you meant repatriated

:shock: You have to be specific:

Is this a contravene of immigration offence or regulation, and if the answer is "NO", the ICA wud simple be a sounding board, administraive in nature :wink:

And

If it is a contravene of immigration offence or regulation, specifically, what caused her repatriation :roll:


oh yes, she is from which country? :roll:

:wink:

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Re: ex immigration officer joseph yang

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 01 Jul 2013 10:12 pm

starbucke wrote: :shock:
I would take it you meant repatriated

:shock: You have to be specific:

Is this a contravene of immigration offence or regulation, and if the answer is "NO", the ICA wud simple be a sounding board, administraive in nature :wink:

And

If it is a contravene of immigration offence or regulation, specifically, what caused her repatriation :roll:


oh yes, she is from which country? :roll:

:wink:


You do realize that this thread is over two years old, don't you?
I reckon it's probably getting near that time.......


tic...toc..tic...toc......

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