Financial requirements for citizenship

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Re: Financial requirements for citizenship

Postby Bu Lai En » 15 Apr 2010, 21:17

dasaint, your work permit, or lack thereof has nothing to do with it. You don't need one.

The planned to remove the financial requirements. Either this has been done, or it hasn't. Someone should know, or ask at your HR office.

If they haven't removed the financial requirements yet, you only need deposits OR income. Deposits is easy. Just borrow it for a day or two if you don't have it. If they have removed them, then this whole thread is redundant except for the need for someone to confirm this.
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Re: Financial requirements for citizenship

Postby dasaint » 16 Apr 2010, 07:46

Bu Lai En wrote:dasaint, your work permit, or lack thereof has nothing to do with it. You don't need one.

The planned to remove the financial requirements. Either this has been done, or it hasn't. Someone should know, or ask at your HR office.

If they haven't removed the financial requirements yet, you only need deposits OR income. Deposits is easy. Just borrow it for a day or two if you don't have it. If they have removed them, then this whole thread is redundant except for the need for someone to confirm this.


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Re: Financial requirements for citizenship

Postby bismarck » 16 Apr 2010, 08:45

dasaint wrote:
Bu Lai En wrote:dasaint, your work permit, or lack thereof has nothing to do with it. You don't need one.

The planned to remove the financial requirements. Either this has been done, or it hasn't. Someone should know, or ask at your HR office.

If they haven't removed the financial requirements yet, you only need deposits OR income. Deposits is easy. Just borrow it for a day or two if you don't have it. If they have removed them, then this whole thread is redundant except for the need for someone to confirm this.


I was talking about bismarck case, not mine. Please re-read my post, thanks!

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Re: Financial requirements for citizenship

Postby Bu Lai En » 16 Apr 2010, 15:05

Bismark's post is a year old. I assumed the only reason you'd dig up a year old post, was for your own info :)
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Re: Financial requirements for citizenship

Postby dasaint » 17 Apr 2010, 12:29

Bu Lai En wrote:Bismark's post is a year old. I assumed the only reason you'd dig up a year old post, was for your own info :)


my bad! I saw his post dated 08 April and figured it was just a week or so ago. turns out it was a year old hahaha
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