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Hong Kong Italian Restaurant

Posted By: Divinogroup

Date: Mon, 1 Feb 2021

Price: Best Offer

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Hong Kong is an attractive city and is one of the most popular tourist destinations. The place is compact but consists of contrasting cityscapes, mountains, and heritage sites. DiVino Group is a wonderful outdoor seating Italian Restaurant in Wanchai, Hong Kong Italian Restaurant. We operate 4 Italian restaurants, that offer brunch, lunch, or dinner at affordable prices. Visit the website for more details.



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Hi All,

I recently received the rejection letter from ICA after waiting for 10 months. I am currently considering to send an appeal letter and was hoping for you to help evaluate how likely my appeal will be approved.

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Age: 27
Race: Chinese
Nationality: Malaysian
Gender: Male
Marital status: Single
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Job: Finance Accountant
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During the waiting period, I've received a promotion and an increment.

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I plan to highlight the career achievements I've obtained over the past 10 months in my appeal letter. On top of that, I plan to state that I have extended family(cousins with kids) that I am very close to.( Apparently they might take this into consideration)

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Re: PR Approval Probability 2021

Hi All,

I recently received the rejection letter from ICA after waiting for 10 months. I am currently considering to send an appeal letter and was hoping for you to help evaluate how likely my appeal will be approved.

Initial Application Profile
Age: 27
Race: Chinese
Nationality: Malaysian
Gender: Male
Marital status: Single
Education: Economics bachelors degree from Australia
Job: Finance Accountant
Salary: $49k pa (w/o bonus)
pass: EP
Siblings: Sister (PR in SG)
Duration in SG: 23 Months

During the waiting period, I've received a promotion and an increment.

Job: Senior Finance Accountant
Salary: 56k pa (w/o bonus)

I plan to highlight the career achievements I've obtained over the past 10 months in my appeal letter. On top of that, I plan to state that I have extended family(cousins with kids) that I am very close to.( Apparently they might take this into consideration)

Hoping to get your advice and guidance -Thanks in advance!

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We declare the income for last year.
Does anyone know if MOM send confirmation the pass is renewed?
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Re: PEP requirements and year end declaration 144K

Hi,
We declare the income for last year.
Does anyone know if MOM send confirmation the pass is renewed?
Regards,
WNEXT


Envoyé de mon iPhone en utilisant Tapatalk

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