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Postby JR8 » Fri, 22 Jul 2011 5:15 pm

+1 Baahaaahaaa :)

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Re: Prospective job for my spouse,native russian with degree

Postby x9200 » Fri, 22 Jul 2011 6:10 pm

oezcan kaplan wrote:Hi there

Is there anyone who may give any opinion for my posting?

1.Business adm.degree with 6 years related business exp.
2.Native Russian speaker.

thanks a lot

I don't think to be a native Russian speaker is a strong asset - tons of Russians over here, but if you come here as you declared earlier and your wife is on DP sooner or later she should be able to find something. I used to know one Russian lady working as an accountant in a small private enterprise and IIRC her background/education was similar. Happy? :)

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Postby boffenl » Fri, 29 Jul 2011 12:56 pm

I must jump in and mention that Russian women do not have a good reputation here in SG. My sister-in-law is Bulgarian and I've never seen such blatent and disgusting man-whores who prowl when she speaks. There are a number of high class Russian women who work as escorts here in SG and they've ruined the ground for everyone else.

Yes, there are many Russians here (most in oil/gas projects) if she can find something working with a Russian company she is set. If not, it would be better to use her married name and use only her UK credentials--don't mention the Russian bit until the Interview when they ask "So, where are you from?" as the second question.

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Postby Tina_K » Thu, 11 Aug 2011 2:21 am

First of all so sorry to hear what you had been through...
Having read all your post,I realise how stressed and confused you must have been!
Well, luckily it is all over now and you can prepare yourself for the better :)

You are writing that you got to know that EP was actually cancelled by a company not by MOM, the question is - how did you manage to get to know it? If it is not a secret of course..


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