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Top Scooting Spots in Singapore: Where to Scoot

Posted By: AmeliaRich

Date: Thu, 25 May 2023

Price: Best Offer

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Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced rider, there are plenty of places to scoot in Singapore that offer breathtaking views, cultural experiences, and plenty of fun. From parks and nature reserves to iconic landmarks to indoor playgrounds for fun. Super Park Indoor playgrounds are the perfect place for youngsters and kids as well to be crazy without any fear of injury. At Super Park, your little ones will be able to scoot like never before. Take a ride on one of the ramps, where your youngest can learn to balance with all kinds of zigzags and S-bends. With hurdles at every foot, this is truly the ultimate riding experience in Singapore.
For Detail;https://www.superpark.com.sg/activity/skate-and-scoot-world/



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Hi
My husband and I applied for PR with our 18 months son in October last year.
We have now second son born in March 2024.

Is there a way to include newborn son in pending already PR application?

Also my salary has increased since Oct 2023 significantly. Should I inform ICA? How can I do it?

Thanks

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Its likely not the pay or international school.

I would say
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Very low chance and hope to be wrong here.
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Thank you so much for the response. Actually it got rejected last week. Please advise what shall I can do to improve my profile? It was our 7th time application which was rejected. Applying since got married.
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Not going to be easy
- You need to move to an EP first and be on it for 3-5 years
- Salary has to increase significantly

only after the above 2 you will have a small chance.
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Thank you for the valuable feedback. Much appreciated! I will work on it to get my EP and improve my salary.

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