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IT OUTSOURCE ENGINEER
Posted By: Haku.sg
Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2018
Job Summary & Responsibilities- https://bit.ly/2KyhyzX
◙ Reporting to the IT Manager
◙ Responsible for supporting client’s IT administration and users IT related support.
◙ ITE/Diploma in Information Technology with at least 1-2 years experience in the IT environment.
◙ Experience in Administration of VMware, Window OS, Active Directory, System & Software Management.
◙ Good interpersonal and communication skills, high adaptability and positive attitude are expected.
◙ A team player with determination to drive to excel.
◙ Excellent customer service skills.
◙ Self-motivated with a strong drive to succeed.
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Wasn't quite expecting the father to be the one, but really sad to know he did what he did...I guess it's a really stressful life taking care, but nevertheless, it would had been nice if the kids had been able to receive more help in caregiving other than the parents (special care homes etc..)
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Not that common, but not unheard of. Usually happens when qualified for both but safer to apply for Family Ties. That way, no matter what happens re: REP renewal, as long as you came in under Family Ties should not be much of an issue (although it could theoretically). I don't mention it because is it arbitrary at best. It's not a right or a given.
I’ve never heard of people being invited to switch from PTS to spouse sponsorship before in the midst of PR application. Seniors of this forum, is this common?
Heard of this before. Many a times advised even during submission, in those days of in person submission of application.
We all know family ties route via SC/PR is easier than PTS route.
I just got my IPA letter! Was just wondering whats the formalities meeting in ICA is like?
Any interview? Should I bring original copy of documents and spare photocopy versions for them to keep? What does the officer actually do during the meeting?
Did your IPA document not indicate what documents you need to bring?
Yep I know what documents to bring, but should I bring in spare copies along with original for the officer and was wondering what do they ask in the interview?
There is no such interview. they may just check your original documents and pass it back to you. Copies of documents is needed only if they have indicated in the IPA letter.