sundaymorningstaple wrote:I'll be, if you were to go back and read everything carefully, you will find that somewhere in all the dialog, you will find the statement that all offers are contingent on successfully gaining the relevant working permit. It's almost standard in any offer made to a non-Singaporean.
JR8 wrote:Yup. But he didn't see/heed that.
And now he's been denied, it's all NUS's fault.
I am fully aware of that condition
According to NUS, my documents have already been assessed by Ministry of finance and later by MoM. This happened before i took the formal offer.
Thus, i was being told they were confident in resolving the work permit issue.
Even until few weeks ago, they clearly stated, they were still confident in overturning MoM's decision.
Like i said in the previous post, it is not about the the rejection itself but more likely about the 4 months pending status
while NUS could have decided the matter much earlier, and be honest with me, concerning the prospect of obtaining a work permit in Singapore.
I am certain, a company with such caliber like NUS would not have this kind of matter for the first time