I've scanned the entire forum for similar questions and couldn't find it, so here we go.
Recently, my company has applied for Employment Pass for me in Singapore. During this application, I did truthfully answer the fact that I had been convicted and (consequently) been deported from the US about a decade ago. As you may guess, the application got rejected and for the company, this is pretty much it.
My questions now:
- The company claims they weren't offered the option of appeal. Isn't appeal always possible?
- Is deportation always ground to reject an application? Will there be a time when this "expires"?
- Could the fact that my work experience has not been listed in the application be a factor in the rejection decission?
- Is there a waiting period, before I can apply again?
- Do you have any other information that could be valuable?