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Electronic inform consent form application
Posted By: procth
Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2022
Price: Best Offer
If you’re looking for a made-in-India electronic informed consent application, then you’re at the right place. ProCTH has made an eICF app according to the needs of our researchers. It explains every step to the patient whenever he clicks on the step to fill the form so that he becomes aware of the trial’s features like uploading digital signatures, copy of the application to PI & the patient will be for future purposes, uploading data, and more. To explore our application, visit our website, www.procth.com. Thanks!
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Hello, I am a former PR, and been residing in the Philippines my whole life, now 21 yrs old. I only visited SG about just 5 times at 1 month max periods. I was able to renounce my PR status since I was 16 years old (16 years and 10 months) through the SG Embassy in Manila. Just for the record, I was able to get PR status in the first place due to my father. As of the moment, he's the only one left in the family with the PR status.
Since then, I haven't been to SG since 2016 (and my PR renouncement) due to my life and studies in the PH, and now I'm planning to visit SG for a 10-day vacation, would I still be able to enter the country and not get charged or smth? As my concern is I did not take NS, tho again I was able to renounce my PR.
Hopefully someone could help.
Thanks in advance!
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Good news to share. We made it! Submitted on 9 March 2021, found button missing on 13 May 2022 (14 months total) , able to log in CPF on 19 May, receive letter on 20 May, ICA website update on 21 May 12:12am.. :D
Congratulations are in order. :cool: However, the highlighted information doesn't mean squat on the outcome of your results. It disappearing could have just as easily resulted in a rejection as well so you would be doing everybody a favour and you wouldn't lose any face either if you just left that bit out as it has absolutely nothing to do with the approval or rejection. It only means there is a possibility of a decision being made and they do not need any additional documents. Please don't encourage stupidity here as we have enough already wandering around in the threads.
So I’m an EP holder. I have a blog and was looking to monetise it, and additionally put some ebooks/training courses together to sell.
Is this possible? From what I’ve seen k think as long as I wasn’t selling to anyone in Singapore, and paid taxes on any income to Singapore it should be okay.
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