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hello po... i just want to ask if stricto p b ngayon ang government ng Singapore about the approval of Work permit?
Question, meron ba dito nagapply thru agency? Magkano ba bayaran dun, one time payment lang ba? At sure po ba na may work at work permit? Im going sa july, nursing ako eh baka d ako mkahanap balak ko nlang magagency kung sure nga na may work.. Kahit na ano okay lang kung call center mas okay sana.. Thanks goodluck sating lahat!
kapag po ba ang isang tao.. let's say my wife has a permanent resident visa sa singapore, pwede niya ako ilakad as a dependent and work there? question lang naman po.. thank you..
nag eexpire po ba yang permanent resident na yan? i mean, yung wife ko kasi almost 3 years na since umuwi siya dito sa pinas from singapore.. prior to that.. 4 years siya nag work diyan sa singtel..
^ Philippine passport holders are given 30 days, but it's at the discretion of the immigration officers at the port of entry if they'll give you a shorter period. You can start doing the things that you're planning to do before coming here, that is to apply online. Just indicate on your cover letters that you'll be here on certain dates, just in case you'll be called up for an interview.
do you apply for tourist visa here in the philippines ba? someone told me kasi yung tourist visa doon na mismo pagdating mo ng singapore ina-applyan.. totoo po ba yun? if yes, what if nandun ka na then i-deny pa?
Singapore Immigration Officers CAN refuse entry. It is their discretion whether they allow a foreigner into their country. Singapore Immigration can also lower the number of days you are allowed in Singapore (14 days).
If you are refused entry to Singapore, then there's no other choice but to turn back and board the next available flight to either Manila, Cebu, Clark, or Davao.
LabuyoXVIII.. thank you for responding sir.. my wife has a permanent resident visa sa singapore, would you think po na it'll boost my chance of being allowed to stay there? my wife told me in case na pumunta kami sa singapore at the end of the month, once there, from tourist visa daw she can apply for it to become a dependent visa.. is it really possible? not that i don't believe my wife, it's just that it's been 3 years na since she went back home dito sa pinas and baka iba na yung rule/law about it..
^ like I said, you won't be eligible for a Dependent Pass anymore since your wife is already a PR. It's either she'll apply a PR status for you, or get you a Long Term Social Visit Pass. Does your wife still have a valid Re-entry permit?