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Learn Arabic, the 5th most spoken language in the world.

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Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2021

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I read that appealing would need to be based on my circumstance at that point in time when I applied so even if my pay increases by 500 this year, it won’t be considered a change or even significant by that matter right? Does going to MP help? (Didn’t participate in volunteer sessions though)
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I know this is hard to hear, but 500 is nothing. You would need a very significant set of changes for your application to be reconsidered so soon.
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Hi, is an increase in 1.5-2k actually significant? Also, I heard of 1-2 cases that an MP's letter actually helped but may be because of their circumstances (One was married to a Singaporean and is Malaysian Chinese and the other is also married to a Singaporean but is Thai). Both are recent, just a few years back. Should I still shoot my shot on the second application 6 months later?

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