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Pain Relief Spray

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Date: Sat, 21 Nov 2020

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Hi,

Starting a new thread here as I need some inputs before I speak to employer.

I'm outside Singapore (India) and prospective employer is applying for EP. I expect a wait time of 8-12 weeks. MNC employer, management role, paid above the required EP criteria.

If application approved, I understand the IPA is valid for 6 months and I will have to seek entry approval during this time. my notice period is 2 months, and if I resign as I seek IPA my employer will start seeking entry permit. Note that I will have to resign from current job, due to long notice, while we apply for entry permit.

My question is

1) What if entry approval is not approved even after I have served my notice in current job? will I be jobless during the transition from IPA to Entry Approval? Since my EP starts from the day I land, technically the employer can't even onboard me virtually in system?

Since entry approval are difficult currently, am I supposed to sit jobless between the IPA grant and entry approval .....

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Hi folks,

Hoping I can get some advice here... I've been going crazy being shuffled department to department at the embassy trying to figure out the process.

My son was born over the weekend, so I'm trying to get all the paperwork filed for his Aussie citizenship and SG visa. My understanding of the process is:
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2) Once that is complete, apply for an Australian passport
3) Once that is complete, apply for Singapore PR

On step 1 I'm going a bit nuts. They want me to get a passport picture of him and get it certified by someone who is a 'trusted' profession (doctor, lawyer) and has known him over 1 year...he's only 3 days old...

There's also this requirement for me to submit evidence of my citizenship prior to Australia (for some reason). It was over 30 years ago, so I don't really have that. Trying to understand if a statutory declaration would be sufficient.

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❰❰ Quote:Meanwhile, a disclaimer applies to this entire thread, given the upcoming Great Reset.

:-)❱❱Curious, what kind of reset are you expecting. I am assuming you mean sky rocketing inflation. But what kind of inflation is it going to be. A supply side or a demand side. So far we have had only asset inflation but no cpi inflation or wage growth.

If wages shoot up and prices of daily essentials also shoot up, then the value of money goes down. This is bad for people like us who have accumulated money and kept it in safe fixed income. basically devaluation of existing stock of money. So people who are earning new money get paid way higher as cost of goods are also way higher.

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