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Date: Sat, 28 May 2022
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I would probably have a chat with them and let them know. I doubt anyone would be thrilled to know that their helper is bringing in strangers on the sly.
Don’t you worry about what might happen to the helper if your neighbor gets truly upset about it? I personally wouldn’t be able to live with myself if I knew I was the reason the helper got sent back to her home country, they work very hard and for very little money, I can’t help but feel for them.
And if that foreign worker likes what he sees in the house that can afford to keep his GF in luxury and not in a Workers cramped, smelly workers quarters and decides to help himself behind the helper's back. Still feel sorry for the helper when 'she' is accused of a theft she knows nothing about? I have to side with smoulder on this. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure and the .....
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If I were you, I'd apply now regardless.
Even with lesser approvals granted this year, the elephant's share of PRs are still going to be granted to your kind of profile.
Hi everyone, thinking about this again, since I'm thinking of switching companies, should I apply while I'm still with the current company or wait till I'm with a new company, or it doesn't matter?
Join the new company, wait for 6 months of payslip and then apply.
Back here again 2 years later, took your advise and applied 6 months later (back in Nov 2021), got my PR in 6 months, thank you all on this forum! :D
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