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Posted By: JordanM

Date: Sat, 31 Jul 2021

Expected Salary: Best Offer

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If you are interested in online games and want to share your thoughts, this position is exactly for you


Our company is looking for content writers (creative content) the person should have a desire to create original texts for our website.


Responsibilities:


-Write unique and grammatically correct texts.
-Generate or research new content using given keywords.
-Fluent English, Ielts or Toefl accreditation will be a plus.


Requirements:


-Content analysis skills.
-Experience in writing and content creating for projects.
-Ability to manage your time.
-Ability to express your thoughts merely.


We are looking for creative writers(copywriters) who are ready to research the subject in-depth and want to create original texts for : https://casinoshunter.com/
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As mentioned by others, chances of SC for you are fairly low. However, even if you cannot keep extending your REP, you should be able to come back to Singapore as spouse of SC (on LTVP). If your HDB is jointly owned (vs you as an essential occupier) and in the event that your REP is lost (if you need to renew again before you guys intend to return), you need to make sure you can still comply with HDB's ownership rules (I think you should be OK but I don't know logistically what happens if one SPR moves to foreigner status).

If your second son a SPR (assuming no)?

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Re: my wife LTVP rejected

1. You are married for a VERY short time - this is likely the main reason for the rejection. Also she is from Vietnam, you are Bangladeshi living here from the 90s. It may look much like a marriage of convenience.
2. Your salary is low - the gov considers if your salary is good enough for 2 people. They may think it is not.

Wait till you married for 2 years at least, possibly improve your salary, only then re-apply.

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Re: Stupid news articles

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If anyone is “angry” about how the better offs live… that’s the kind of small mindedness that is keeping ‘em poor.

It’s called crab mentality in the Philippines, apparently when you put a bunch of crabs in a bucket and any one of them starts to get away, the other crabs pull it back in — so in the end, all of the crabs stay trapped in the bucket.
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Re: New Born Baby Visa

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Hi everybody ,
I am a PR holder. My wife holds a DP.
I recently had a baby boy who was born outside of Singapore. Could anyone advise what are the visa requirements and how to go about it. I was thinking getting a DP for him. Any advise much appreciated.
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DP does not go with PR so either you are not a PR or your wife holds no DP. LTVP perhaps?
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https://www.ica.gov.sg/reside/LTVP/apply

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Re: Chance of Singapore Citizenship

Thank you all for your comments. More info about our family. We are Indians, and we have lot of relatives, my parents, my in-laws, my brother's family all in Singapore. Initially it was just for short time because of my husband work but it is getting extended. I have extended my PR 2 times after coming overseas, and we usually visit once every 2 years for 5 weeks.
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