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-Office and Warehouse Relocation -Shop and Shop house Relocation
-Delivery Services -AD Hoc Delivery -Transport Services
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-Event and Exhibitions Moving
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-Fish Tank Moving Service
-Pre-Renovation Protection Services
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- Free Protection wrapping services to protect your items and furniture.
- Free Dismantle and Assemble furniture for you.
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I'm a Malaysian citizen holding SG PR, i would like to apply for SG citizen after hitting the minimum PR duration which is 2 years(soon). Married to a china citizen holding LTVP in SG.
Salary: 144K p.a
Job : Software Engineer
Will the chance be lower since I'm married to a foreign spouse.
I was skeptical at first because it didn’t seem like the ants were taking the bait right away… you just have to leave it in their path, they will find it and they will take it back to kill the rest.
The other thing I have brought back from the US in the past year or so is Spectrum Weed and Grass Killer. I’ve never found anything like it here, and it was only $4-5 for the spray foam. We’ve often got weeds or grass growing in the concrete around our balcony/planter boxes… if left to grow, the roots can cause small cracks that cause water seepage. The stuff works, killing growth in places where I can’t reach.
I thought you can't travel with aerosols, how did you get them into the country?
Ah, forgot about that. Though to be honest, I've .....
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I reckon it's pretty doable for locals and PRs who already own a yacht. Just get listed on one of the numerous aggregators and away you go.
A captain's license is required to take passengers for hire.
If they were renting it out they wouldn't need to worry about any of that though.
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