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sandqiu
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Post by sandqiu » Tue, 28 Aug 2012 3:21 pm

Reason for s pass rejection was no experience in work
They mean fresh grads who studied here should never have a job ?
;(

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Post by v4jr4 » Tue, 28 Aug 2012 3:30 pm

sandqiu wrote:I tried extending for 90 days 3 months ago.
They gave me 1 month only even though my sis sponsored for me.
I'm thinking of renewing my passport since the expiry date is also within 1 year
Im going back to indonesia the day aft tomorrow
Will new passport do me any good? Since it won't have the stamps in it
Though they should be able to check from the database
Not sure if they will do that though
Any idea?

Thanks for the kind replies
I'll definitely rate and like them when I'm home
Well, I guess that depends on your sister's level. And I don't think that renewing the passport will "cross out" your records.
sandqiu wrote:Reason for s pass rejection was no experience in work
They mean fresh grads who studied here should never have a job ?
Too bad. I guess the quota has been met. Plus, Singapore still has a lot of "stocks". Better luck next time.

PS: this is not kaskus. There's no feature for cendol or bata :lol:
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Post by x9200 » Tue, 28 Aug 2012 3:51 pm

sandqiu wrote:Reason for s pass rejection was no experience in work
They mean fresh grads who studied here should never have a job ?
;(
Why do you think they should allow you to work here if they probably have tons of Singaporean freshgrads to fill in this position? What was the ground for appeal?

The best thing you can do IMO is to find a job in your country (or yet another one) and come back after 2y.

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