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B2B Flight Booking Portal
FlightsLogic provides B2B Flight Booking Portal, B2B Online and B2B Agency to travel agents, tour operators and travel companies worldwide.
A fully integrated B2B Flight Booking Portal, which takes care of the end to end business process, and makes sure to provide all required purpose in the flight booking engine.
FlightsLogic is a leading travel technology that provides services of B2B travel portal development. It's the combination of two or more businesses where clients engage with them.
B2B Flight Booking Portal is a business to business ideal for online travel portal agencies. Now the majority of the offline travel agents and travel agencies are partnered with Online Travel Agencies or they are already related to OTA.
Know more at: https://www.flightslogic.com/b2b-flight-booking-portal.php
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Posted in Sports & Recreational Partners & Team
With PMLA, LTVP application can take up to 6 weeks.
Without PMLA, the LTVP can take up to 6 months and maybe there’s a chance of rejection.
You did not mention the following:
- Is fiancé currently in SG or has entered SG before a few times in the past?
- Are you also in SG?
- How long did you two know each other? If the time is too short ICA might suspect a marriage of convenience aka scam marriage.
- How long have you been working for?
- Do either of you have criminal records?
- Your race?
I had a friend who had PMLA rejected for her foreigner husband but LTVP approved after the wedding. That was about 4 years ago though.
Posted in Careers & Jobs in Singapore
There are not many information out there on what to do when PMLA got rejected. Do we resubmit again or proceed with LTVP? They didnt give any reason or information on why the form was rejected.
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There are a lot of light industrial areas in Singapore that might work for you. It depends where you are located. These tend to be strips of shops, each with a garage door and an entry door. Various sizes. You'll find anything and everything in the shop areas.
Where you rent depends upon where you live. Light industrial buildings are all over the island.
For example, near Alexandra and Jalan Bukit Merah, there are tons of mostly automotive and motorcycle stalls.
On Ang Mo Kio Ave 5, east of CTE, there is the AMK tech park... again, lots of small stalls... these ones are primarily air conditioning, electrical, and the such.
There are a ton of rental shops available near Ubi Ave 2 and Paya Lebar... tons of different buildings... some with internal hallway access, some with external access.
There are many more... for example, west of the intersection of Lavender and Kallang there are many hardware type shops.
Posted in Staying, Living in Singapore