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bv01
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s pass rejected

Post by bv01 » Mon, 10 Oct 2011 6:54 pm

hi

my s pass has been rejected twice due to what we found out to be described to be as inadequate educational records

it seems that a copy of the college is required from which I studied and not the copies of the international accreditation body.

as one can assume getting a duplicate diploma will be a nightmare. Will a letter from the college do or not?

Any advise how to ease this dilemma

thx

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Re: s pass rejected

Post by ecureilx » Mon, 10 Oct 2011 11:17 pm

bv01 wrote:hi

my s pass has been rejected twice due to what we found out to be described to be as inadequate educational records

it seems that a copy of the college is required from which I studied and not the copies of the international accreditation body.

as one can assume getting a duplicate diploma will be a nightmare. Will a letter from the college do or not?

Any advise how to ease this dilemma

thx
If you value your job / pass, then you will do what MOM wants, instead of throw more sand into their eyes .. say my 2 cents ....

I know people who flew back to their country, made sure the proper documents were done, came back, submitted the originals, and got their passes .. and also many who did what you want to do, and were rejected again and again ...

Count yourself lucky for knowing the reason for rejection. Many a times, you are not told why it was rejected .. unless they changed the system of rejection ... of late

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Post by jackdi » Wed, 12 Oct 2011 11:37 am

Nowadays, MOM and the Govt are very strick with the Work Permits...
My friends got disapproved as well. :(

ecureilx's approach is very sensible.
:)
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