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Black Sesame Seeds

Posted By: yashindustriesgroup

Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2023

Price: Best Offer

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Black sesame seeds are grown from oilseed plants, it was first produced in Asia. Today black sesame is used in recipes such as sweet glutinous rice cakes, and many pieces of bread and desserts. Yash Industries produces superior-quality Black Sesame Seeds in bulk and distributes Black Sesame Seeds to worldwide markets. To buy Black Sesame Seeds now visit our website or contact us at 9602763015.
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Re: PR approval chances 2022

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close to zero, duration of stay is too short
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LOL. Are you sure? he has a 50% Chance now and when he completes 1-1.5 years in SG, the same goes to 90%
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havent heard of any malaysian chinese getting approved after only 6 months of stay.
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This guy applied after 1 month of stay and was approved 7 months later.

https://forum.singaporeexpats.com/viewtopic.php?f=78andt=149861andp=872507#p872507

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: Thank you

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Where is the original post? ](*,)
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Test of my memory so here goes. :) mods might be able to restore the post if they choose to

Indian family - husband 42, wife 37 and a daughter (under 10, cannot remember exactly)
In Singapore since 2010.
Husband in IT, approx salary 250k. Wife stopped working in 21 to become a home maker.
3 PR rejections. Inevitable question - how to "improve" chances :)

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: PR approval chances 2022

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Nationality: Malaysian Chinese
Age: 23
Marital status: Single
Salary: 80k
Industry: Engineer in large semicon MNC
Experience: 0
Education: Degree from malaysian uni, and doing masters now
Stay in Singapore: 6 months
Visa: EP

Hi guys, i just received my 6th month pay slip, should i go ahead and apply? What are my chances?
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close to zero, duration of stay is too short
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LOL. Are you sure? he has a 50% Chance now and when he completes 1-1.5 years in SG, the same goes to 90%
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havent heard of any malaysian chinese getting approved after only 6 months of stay.

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: Thank you

Where is the original post? ](*,)

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Re: Best Term Insurance

I don’t know if the above is a legit poster, but insurance is something you should buy locally, in your place of domicile… otherwise your beneficiary(ies) could have a hard time collecting the payout. If you want to save some money, buy less insurance and invest the saving.

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