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AKASH ENTO

Hero Member
Jul 15, 2012
253
8
Category........
Visa Office......
Singapore
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
Hole_hobe said:
Dear All,
First of all really sorry for not being in contact with you for a long time. I was really frustrated for my medical and delayed for almost 2 months (due to 2 times further check for my daughter) . At last by the grace of God I got passport request yesterday. Specially sorry to Mr. Alamgir who contacted me many times but couldn't reply him. Thanks for being with me.

Regards
Congratulation! Hole_Hobe vai. Insallah Sob Khisu sothik vabe complete Hobe.

Akash
 

kmkamal

Star Member
Oct 27, 2013
153
21
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
Dear All Respected Forum Members,

With the grace of Almighty Allah I received my Permanent Residence visa last Thursday. Due to political unrest I couldn't share my feelings instantly.
I would like to thank all forum members especially Ashif who gave me companion during the processing time. My timeline as below:

NOC : 2132 (Mechanical Engineer)
Application Submitted: 26 July 2013
PER: 29 October 2013
AOR: 18 November 2013
2nd Line Added: 28 October 2014
Medical Request: 13 November 2014
Passport Request: 12 December 2014
Passport Submitted: 22 December 2014 (with new passport)
Passport Received : 29 January 2015 (visa issued: 22 January 2015 & Expiry: 17 November 2015)
Expected Departure: First week of May 2015.

I wish all member's file will be processed without any delay. Please pray for me for the next part of life.....
All the best :D :D :D.

kmkamal
 

AKASH ENTO

Hero Member
Jul 15, 2012
253
8
Category........
Visa Office......
Singapore
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
kmkamal said:
Dear All Respected Forum Members,

With the grace of Almighty Allah I received my Permanent Residence visa last Thursday. Due to political unrest I couldn't share my feelings instantly.
I would like to thank all forum members especially Ashif who gave me companion during the processing time. My timeline as below:

NOC : 2132 (Mechanical Engineer)
Application Submitted: 26 July 2013
PER: 29 October 2013
AOR: 18 November 2013
2nd Line Added: 28 October 2014
Medical Request: 13 November 2014
Passport Request: 12 December 2014
Passport Submitted: 22 December 2014 (with new passport)
Passport Received : 29 January 2015 (visa issued: 22 January 2015 & Expiry: 17 November 2015)
Expected Departure: First week of May 2015.

I wish all member's file will be processed without any delay. Please pray for me for the next part of life.....
All the best :D :D :D.

kmkamal
Congratulation! Via.
 

naznazem

Hero Member
Oct 25, 2013
214
10
Dhaka
Category........
Visa Office......
Singapore
NOC Code......
7216 [Aircraft Maintenance Engineer]
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
07 May 11
Doc's Request.
05 July 12
AOR Received.
22 May 11
IELTS Request
Sent with Application Package
File Transfer...
07 Jul 2011 In Process: 03 Sep 14
Med's Request
30 Oct 14
Med's Done....
04 Nov 14
Interview........
Waived [Alhamdulillah]
Passport Req..
30 Oct 14, Submitted on 17 Nov 14
VISA ISSUED...
02 Dec 14
LANDED..........
27 Feb 15
AKASH ENTO said:
Have a nice trip Naznazem vai! Did you get any discount regarding plane fair through IOM. Which papers did IOM take from you. Overall, please give the procedure in brief. And please post the address of IOM.

Akash

Sorry for the late reply Br. I am too busy to arrange everything. I am flying on 26 Feb (Inshallah) via Emirates.

Yes, I got my tickets through IOM with 40% discount. It was a great relieve, Almost saved close to 2 lac taka for 04 tickets.
IOM will ask the scanned copies of your Visa only. Send a request to nibrahim@iom.int with your scanned copies. The contact person is Mohammed Nasimul IBRAHIM (Operations Assistant). His cell number is :01755 537244, IOM address is : House 13/A, Road 136, Gulshan-1, Dhaka 1212, Bangladesh.
Regards.
 

ziafsw

Hero Member
May 5, 2014
354
56
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Category........
Visa Office......
Singapore (SGVO)
NOC Code......
1111 (Financial auditors and accountants)
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
29-05-2014
Doc's Request.
Sent with app (27-08-2015 requested outing photos with spouse. 24-09-2016 requested to Complete the spousal Questionaire (IMM5490E))
Nomination.....
24-09-2014
AOR Received.
03-11-2014
IELTS Request
Sent with app
File Transfer...
30-09-2014 (27-08-2015 Return PP & COPR with spouse's documents to add in my app)
Med's Request
12-12-2014 (04-02-2016; Second MR after adding spouse)
Med's Done....
05-01-2015 (23-02-2016; done MR with spouse)
Interview........
Waived
Passport Req..
12-12-2014 (14-03-2016; PPR with Spouse)
VISA ISSUED...
22-01-2015 (Issued Again with Spouse 04-04-2016)
LANDED..........
21 November 2016
I have GOOD NEWS to share

By the grace of Almighty Allah

[size=30pt]RECEIVED VISA WITH COPR FROM VFS, DHAKA[/size]


Below is my timeline details

Visa Office.................: Singapore
NOC Code..................: 1111 (Financial auditors and accountants)
App. Filed..................: 29-05-2014
PER..........................: 24-09-2014
File Transfer from CIO.: 30-09-2014
File Received by SGVO.: 07-10-2014
AOR.........................: 03-11-2014
Processing Started......: 18-11-2014
Med's Request............: 12-12-2014
Med's Done................: 05-01-2015
3r Line in ECAS..........: 13-01-2015
Passport & RPRF Req...: 12-12-2014
Passport & RPRF sub....: 14-01-2015
PP Received by SGVO..: 19-01-2015
DM in ECAS...............: 23-01-2015
VISA Issued...............: 22-01-2015
PP & COPR Collected...: 02-02-2015
 

ashif_eee

VIP Member
May 31, 2011
7,144
1,054
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Category........
Visa Office......
[color=purple][b][font=georgia]Singapore[/font][/b][/color]
NOC Code......
[color=maroon][b][font=cambria]2147 [size=8pt](Comp. Engr)[/size][/font][/b][/color]
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
[size=9pt][color=blue][font=cambria][b]10th May 13[/b][/font][/color][/size]
Nomination.....
10th Jul 13
File Transfer...
23rd Aug 13
Med's Request
22nd Dec 14
Med's Done....
12th Jan 15
Passport Req..
13th Feb 15
VISA ISSUED...
3rd Mar 15

Please check below post whom are planning to land on Toronto/Ontario:



How to obtain Ontario Driving License
with our Home Country's D/License


Dear all,

Let me address another query which getting repetitive here. The procedure of obtaining a Canadian driving license is pretty much simple within our 1st few days [max a week]. Remember, this is 'easy' if we are coming from countries which has a similar driving & road management conditions [read 'left-hand drive']. If not, we may have to undertake some training before we apply.
...
Pre-conditions / Which License:
1. If we have over 24 months 'overseas' driving experience -we get the Ontario G2 Driving License.
2. If we have over 12 months [but less than 24] driving experience -we get the Ontario G1 Driving License.
(Details below)

Direct Swap of Licenses:
If our home country doesn't have a *reciprocal licence exchange agreement with Ontario, we cannot Swap our current D/License to get a Toronto-ON D/License.
*Reciprocal License Exchange Agreement exists between Ontario and: US, Japan, Korea, Switzerland, Germany, France, UK, Austria & Belgium.

What is the Procedure then:
But, in that case do we have to START all over Again? No... We can immediately apply & get a Toronto (Ontario) Driving License thru the following procedure:

Step-1 -Before we 'Land':
1. We must obtain a 'Letter of Authentication'* from the country's Roads & Transport Authority, explaining** our D/License.
2. Take also a 'True Translation Copy'* of our D/License from Road & Transport Authority. Both 1 & 2 maybe clubbed in one.
3. Obtain an International Driving License/Permit*** (IDL / IDP).
stating "more than 24 months" driving experience in our country.
*In English or French, the 2 Canadian Official Languages.
**The explanation should include 24 or 12 months driving experience [the Pre-conditions will apply].
***This is nothing but a translated copy of our present D/license. (it can be used in lieu of point-1 & 2 above).

Benefits of the IDL / IDP:
With the foregoing, we can drive a car abroad for three [3] months (2 months, in Ontario). Within that time apply for the Ontario Driving License. This International Driving Licenses [IDL/IDP]are issued against our original D/Licenses by the Automobile Associations or [sometimes] the RTA/RTO of our home country. Check them for more details.

Step-2 -After you 'Land':
In such cases we are called 'Out of Country Drivers' and we can skip the G2 'waiting period' and get the G2 license immediately [with that 24 months letter] or a G1 driving license [if we only have the above 12 months letter].

Now for the Ontario driver's licence are required to;
1. Present a valid foreign Driver's License*,
2. Provide an acceptable Proof of Identity [SIN, PR card etc.]
3. Pay all applicable Fees,
4. Pass a Vision Test
5. Pass the Written Knowledge Test -regarding Ontario's traffic rules.
*If it is not in English or French, it is to be accompanied by a written translation from a qualified translator; [we got that, as the Authentication Letter]

Note: Applicants are required to provide adequate proof of foreign driving experience. However, if it is not there, the ministry will accept applicants' declaration of their foreign driving experience on the driver's licence application for up to a maximum of 12 months experience. In that case we get the G1* license only.

Step-3 -The Tests to take:
Based on the 24 months Authentication Letter the ministry will recognize the applicant's foreign driving experience as certified on the authentication letter AND,

1. After Step-2, we can attempt the G2*Exit Road Tests (mandatory wait times are waived).
2. Upon successfully passing the G2* Exit Road Test, we get the G2* license.
3. After few months of driving under G2* we can apply for a G*Licence.
4. If we 'only' have the 12 months letter & not the 24, we qualify for G1* Road Test & the G1* driving license only.
5. If we don't provide any letter, we must pass the G1* road test and have a 12-month wait period for taking G2* road test.

*The License Grading Explained [G1, G2 & G]:
-G1 License has certain limitations like we have to always drive alongwith a G license holder. It is thus, useless for us, who have good & adequate driving experience under similar driving conditions & system as that of Canada [read 'left-hand drive' experience & similar road/traffic management conditions].
-G2 License is as good as G, except that we cannot drive on the Highway at certain times (Midnight Rush Hrs. when truck movement starts).
-G License is the 'full fledged' driving license.
...
Source:
http://www.drivetest.ca/en/license/OutOfCountryDrivers.aspx

Note:
1. The above procedure is mainly addressed for the Ontario (ON) province.
2. The procedure is pretty much similar with all other provinces as well [BC, NS, NB etc.].
3. If we are not coming from a similar driving condition country, we must take some training before we proceed.
4. Usually we can get the G2 driving license quite easily [with the foregoing steps].


Hope that helped...
Qorax
 

SalehMasud

Star Member
Mar 14, 2012
62
4
Category........
Visa Office......
SPVO
NOC Code......
7216
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
21-02-2012
Nomination.....
12-03-2012
AOR Received.
10-04-2012
IELTS Request
With the Application
File Transfer...
16-09-2014 (In Process)
Med's Request
17-09-2014
Med's Done....
01-10-2014
Interview........
Waived
Passport Req..
05-11-2014
VISA ISSUED...
25-11-2014 (Reissued on 17-02-2015 along with newborn)
LANDED..........
Insallah End of April/Beginning of May
ziafsw said:
I have GOOD NEWS to share

By the grace of Almighty Allah

[size=30pt]RECEIVED VISA WITH COPR FROM VFS, DHAKA[/size]


Below is my timeline details

Visa Office.................: Singapore
NOC Code..................: 1111 (Financial auditors and accountants)
App. Filed..................: 29-05-2014
PER..........................: 24-09-2014
File Transfer from CIO.: 30-09-2014
File Received by SGVO.: 07-10-2014
AOR.........................: 03-11-2014
Processing Started......: 18-11-2014
Med's Request............: 12-12-2014
Med's Done................: 05-01-2015
3r Line in ECAS..........: 13-01-2015
Passport & RPRF Req...: 12-12-2014
Passport & RPRF sub....: 14-01-2015
PP Received by SGVO..: 19-01-2015
DM in ECAS...............: 23-01-2015
VISA Issued...............: 22-01-2015
PP & COPR Collected...: 02-02-2015
Congratulations.....
 

SalehMasud

Star Member
Mar 14, 2012
62
4
Category........
Visa Office......
SPVO
NOC Code......
7216
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
21-02-2012
Nomination.....
12-03-2012
AOR Received.
10-04-2012
IELTS Request
With the Application
File Transfer...
16-09-2014 (In Process)
Med's Request
17-09-2014
Med's Done....
01-10-2014
Interview........
Waived
Passport Req..
05-11-2014
VISA ISSUED...
25-11-2014 (Reissued on 17-02-2015 along with newborn)
LANDED..........
Insallah End of April/Beginning of May
ashif_eee said:

Please check below post whom are planning to land on Toronto/Ontario:



How to obtain Ontario Driving License
with our Home Country's D/License


Dear all,

Let me address another query which getting repetitive here. The procedure of obtaining a Canadian driving license is pretty much simple within our 1st few days [max a week]. Remember, this is 'easy' if we are coming from countries which has a similar driving & road management conditions [read 'left-hand drive']. If not, we may have to undertake some training before we apply.
...
Pre-conditions / Which License:
1. If we have over 24 months 'overseas' driving experience -we get the Ontario G2 Driving License.
2. If we have over 12 months [but less than 24] driving experience -we get the Ontario G1 Driving License.
(Details below)

Direct Swap of Licenses:
If our home country doesn't have a *reciprocal licence exchange agreement with Ontario, we cannot Swap our current D/License to get a Toronto-ON D/License.
*Reciprocal License Exchange Agreement exists between Ontario and: US, Japan, Korea, Switzerland, Germany, France, UK, Austria & Belgium.

What is the Procedure then:
But, in that case do we have to START all over Again? No... We can immediately apply & get a Toronto (Ontario) Driving License thru the following procedure:

Step-1 -Before we 'Land':
1. We must obtain a 'Letter of Authentication'* from the country's Roads & Transport Authority, explaining** our D/License.
2. Take also a 'True Translation Copy'* of our D/License from Road & Transport Authority. Both 1 & 2 maybe clubbed in one.
3. Obtain an International Driving License/Permit*** (IDL / IDP).
stating "more than 24 months" driving experience in our country.
*In English or French, the 2 Canadian Official Languages.
**The explanation should include 24 or 12 months driving experience [the Pre-conditions will apply].
***This is nothing but a translated copy of our present D/license. (it can be used in lieu of point-1 & 2 above).

Benefits of the IDL / IDP:
With the foregoing, we can drive a car abroad for three [3] months (2 months, in Ontario). Within that time apply for the Ontario Driving License. This International Driving Licenses [IDL/IDP]are issued against our original D/Licenses by the Automobile Associations or [sometimes] the RTA/RTO of our home country. Check them for more details.

Step-2 -After you 'Land':
In such cases we are called 'Out of Country Drivers' and we can skip the G2 'waiting period' and get the G2 license immediately [with that 24 months letter] or a G1 driving license [if we only have the above 12 months letter].

Now for the Ontario driver's licence are required to;
1. Present a valid foreign Driver's License*,
2. Provide an acceptable Proof of Identity [SIN, PR card etc.]
3. Pay all applicable Fees,
4. Pass a Vision Test
5. Pass the Written Knowledge Test -regarding Ontario's traffic rules.
*If it is not in English or French, it is to be accompanied by a written translation from a qualified translator; [we got that, as the Authentication Letter]

Note: Applicants are required to provide adequate proof of foreign driving experience. However, if it is not there, the ministry will accept applicants' declaration of their foreign driving experience on the driver's licence application for up to a maximum of 12 months experience. In that case we get the G1* license only.

Step-3 -The Tests to take:
Based on the 24 months Authentication Letter the ministry will recognize the applicant's foreign driving experience as certified on the authentication letter AND,

1. After Step-2, we can attempt the G2*Exit Road Tests (mandatory wait times are waived).
2. Upon successfully passing the G2* Exit Road Test, we get the G2* license.
3. After few months of driving under G2* we can apply for a G*Licence.
4. If we 'only' have the 12 months letter & not the 24, we qualify for G1* Road Test & the G1* driving license only.
5. If we don't provide any letter, we must pass the G1* road test and have a 12-month wait period for taking G2* road test.

*The License Grading Explained [G1, G2 & G]:
-G1 License has certain limitations like we have to always drive alongwith a G license holder. It is thus, useless for us, who have good & adequate driving experience under similar driving conditions & system as that of Canada [read 'left-hand drive' experience & similar road/traffic management conditions].
-G2 License is as good as G, except that we cannot drive on the Highway at certain times (Midnight Rush Hrs. when truck movement starts).
-G License is the 'full fledged' driving license.
...
Source:
http://www.drivetest.ca/en/license/OutOfCountryDrivers.aspx

Note:
1. The above procedure is mainly addressed for the Ontario (ON) province.
2. The procedure is pretty much similar with all other provinces as well [BC, NS, NB etc.].
3. If we are not coming from a similar driving condition country, we must take some training before we proceed.
4. Usually we can get the G2 driving license quite easily [with the foregoing steps].


Hope that helped...
Qorax
Thanks Ashif Bhai.... for such a informative post.....looking forward on others areas..
 

SalehMasud

Star Member
Mar 14, 2012
62
4
Category........
Visa Office......
SPVO
NOC Code......
7216
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
21-02-2012
Nomination.....
12-03-2012
AOR Received.
10-04-2012
IELTS Request
With the Application
File Transfer...
16-09-2014 (In Process)
Med's Request
17-09-2014
Med's Done....
01-10-2014
Interview........
Waived
Passport Req..
05-11-2014
VISA ISSUED...
25-11-2014 (Reissued on 17-02-2015 along with newborn)
LANDED..........
Insallah End of April/Beginning of May
SalehMasud said:
Received the MR of my newborn on 16 January for which the documents were submitted on 03 January through VFS Global.
Today received PPR for newborn and also submitted the PP to CVAC.
 

ashif_eee

VIP Member
May 31, 2011
7,144
1,054
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Category........
Visa Office......
[color=purple][b][font=georgia]Singapore[/font][/b][/color]
NOC Code......
[color=maroon][b][font=cambria]2147 [size=8pt](Comp. Engr)[/size][/font][/b][/color]
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
[size=9pt][color=blue][font=cambria][b]10th May 13[/b][/font][/color][/size]
Nomination.....
10th Jul 13
File Transfer...
23rd Aug 13
Med's Request
22nd Dec 14
Med's Done....
12th Jan 15
Passport Req..
13th Feb 15
VISA ISSUED...
3rd Mar 15
SalehMasud said:
Today received PPR for newborn and also submitted the PP to CVAC.

Congrats Vaia...So ur waiting time is going to be ended soon!!!
 

etha4u

Hero Member
Oct 29, 2010
507
24
Visa Office......
SGVO-PER received
NOC Code......
FSW13-2147
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
5-06-2013
AOR Received.
11-09-2013
File Transfer...
PER:26-08-2013
naznazem said:

Sorry for the late reply Br. I am too busy to arrange everything. I am flying on 26 Feb (Inshallah) via Emirates.

Yes, I got my tickets through IOM with 40% discount. It was a great relieve, Almost saved close to 2 lac taka for 04 tickets.
IOM will ask the scanned copies of your Visa only. Send a request to nibrahim @ iom.int with your scanned copies. The contact person is Mohammed Nasimul IBRAHIM (Operations Assistant). His cell number is :01755 537244, IOM address is : House 13/A, Road 136, Gulshan-1, Dhaka 1212, Bangladesh.
Regards.
I wish I knew abt IOM. Br. Please share how much per ticket..i bought one for turkish airline on March..and how many luggages they are offering? Can I take help from IOM every time next i bought ticket? Did u pay cash or credit card? Thanks.
 

managersonline

Champion Member
Oct 18, 2014
1,840
187
ashif_eee said:

Please check below post whom are planning to land on Toronto/Ontario:



How to obtain Ontario Driving License
with our Home Country's D/License


Dear all,

Let me address another query which getting repetitive here. The procedure of obtaining a Canadian driving license is pretty much simple within our 1st few days [max a week]. Remember, this is 'easy' if we are coming from countries which has a similar driving & road management conditions [read 'left-hand drive']. If not, we may have to undertake some training before we apply.
...
Pre-conditions / Which License:
1. If we have over 24 months 'overseas' driving experience -we get the Ontario G2 Driving License.
2. If we have over 12 months [but less than 24] driving experience -we get the Ontario G1 Driving License.
(Details below)

Direct Swap of Licenses:
If our home country doesn't have a *reciprocal licence exchange agreement with Ontario, we cannot Swap our current D/License to get a Toronto-ON D/License.
*Reciprocal License Exchange Agreement exists between Ontario and: US, Japan, Korea, Switzerland, Germany, France, UK, Austria & Belgium.

What is the Procedure then:
But, in that case do we have to START all over Again? No... We can immediately apply & get a Toronto (Ontario) Driving License thru the following procedure:

Step-1 -Before we 'Land':
1. We must obtain a 'Letter of Authentication'* from the country's Roads & Transport Authority, explaining** our D/License.
2. Take also a 'True Translation Copy'* of our D/License from Road & Transport Authority. Both 1 & 2 maybe clubbed in one.
3. Obtain an International Driving License/Permit*** (IDL / IDP).
stating "more than 24 months" driving experience in our country.
*In English or French, the 2 Canadian Official Languages.
**The explanation should include 24 or 12 months driving experience [the Pre-conditions will apply].
***This is nothing but a translated copy of our present D/license. (it can be used in lieu of point-1 & 2 above).

Benefits of the IDL / IDP:
With the foregoing, we can drive a car abroad for three [3] months (2 months, in Ontario). Within that time apply for the Ontario Driving License. This International Driving Licenses [IDL/IDP]are issued against our original D/Licenses by the Automobile Associations or [sometimes] the RTA/RTO of our home country. Check them for more details.

Step-2 -After you 'Land':
In such cases we are called 'Out of Country Drivers' and we can skip the G2 'waiting period' and get the G2 license immediately [with that 24 months letter] or a G1 driving license [if we only have the above 12 months letter].

Now for the Ontario driver's licence are required to;
1. Present a valid foreign Driver's License*,
2. Provide an acceptable Proof of Identity [SIN, PR card etc.]
3. Pay all applicable Fees,
4. Pass a Vision Test
5. Pass the Written Knowledge Test -regarding Ontario's traffic rules.
*If it is not in English or French, it is to be accompanied by a written translation from a qualified translator; [we got that, as the Authentication Letter]

Note: Applicants are required to provide adequate proof of foreign driving experience. However, if it is not there, the ministry will accept applicants' declaration of their foreign driving experience on the driver's licence application for up to a maximum of 12 months experience. In that case we get the G1* license only.

Step-3 -The Tests to take:
Based on the 24 months Authentication Letter the ministry will recognize the applicant's foreign driving experience as certified on the authentication letter AND,

1. After Step-2, we can attempt the G2*Exit Road Tests (mandatory wait times are waived).
2. Upon successfully passing the G2* Exit Road Test, we get the G2* license.
3. After few months of driving under G2* we can apply for a G*Licence.
4. If we 'only' have the 12 months letter & not the 24, we qualify for G1* Road Test & the G1* driving license only.
5. If we don't provide any letter, we must pass the G1* road test and have a 12-month wait period for taking G2* road test.

*The License Grading Explained [G1, G2 & G]:
-G1 License has certain limitations like we have to always drive alongwith a G license holder. It is thus, useless for us, who have good & adequate driving experience under similar driving conditions & system as that of Canada [read 'left-hand drive' experience & similar road/traffic management conditions].
-G2 License is as good as G, except that we cannot drive on the Highway at certain times (Midnight Rush Hrs. when truck movement starts).
-G License is the 'full fledged' driving license.
...
Source:
http://www.drivetest.ca/en/license/OutOfCountryDrivers.aspx

Note:
1. The above procedure is mainly addressed for the Ontario (ON) province.
2. The procedure is pretty much similar with all other provinces as well [BC, NS, NB etc.].
3. If we are not coming from a similar driving condition country, we must take some training before we proceed.
4. Usually we can get the G2 driving license quite easily [with the foregoing steps].


Hope that helped...
Qorax
It is really very very informative post. Thanks for sharing it.
 

AKASH ENTO

Hero Member
Jul 15, 2012
253
8
Category........
Visa Office......
Singapore
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
naznazem said:

Sorry for the late reply Br. I am too busy to arrange everything. I am flying on 26 Feb (Inshallah) via Emirates.

Yes, I got my tickets through IOM with 40% discount. It was a great relieve, Almost saved close to 2 lac taka for 04 tickets.
IOM will ask the scanned copies of your Visa only. Send a request to nibrahim @ iom.int with your scanned copies. The contact person is Mohammed Nasimul IBRAHIM (Operations Assistant). His cell number is :01755 537244, IOM address is : House 13/A, Road 136, Gulshan-1, Dhaka 1212, Bangladesh.
Regards.
Thank you very much Naznazem vai.
 

ziafsw

Hero Member
May 5, 2014
354
56
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Category........
Visa Office......
Singapore (SGVO)
NOC Code......
1111 (Financial auditors and accountants)
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
29-05-2014
Doc's Request.
Sent with app (27-08-2015 requested outing photos with spouse. 24-09-2016 requested to Complete the spousal Questionaire (IMM5490E))
Nomination.....
24-09-2014
AOR Received.
03-11-2014
IELTS Request
Sent with app
File Transfer...
30-09-2014 (27-08-2015 Return PP & COPR with spouse's documents to add in my app)
Med's Request
12-12-2014 (04-02-2016; Second MR after adding spouse)
Med's Done....
05-01-2015 (23-02-2016; done MR with spouse)
Interview........
Waived
Passport Req..
12-12-2014 (14-03-2016; PPR with Spouse)
VISA ISSUED...
22-01-2015 (Issued Again with Spouse 04-04-2016)
LANDED..........
21 November 2016