2/17/2017 8:20:40 A B1 visa has been issued to a Singaporean student who is a customer for Amazon.com’s online store, but she says it’s not a job and she’s been looking for work since she was 12.
The student has not been allowed to work and she is in Singapore for her studies, but the visa was issued after she applied for a job, but Amazon refused to provide her with a job.
She told The Straits Times the visa is “not for me”.
She said she has been looking to find a job for several months and has applied for several jobs in Singapore but has not found a position.
She said the visa does not cover her salary.
A Visa for a Singapore student can be purchased from the Visa Department in Singapore and it can be renewed once for 12 months.
The number of students in Singapore with a B1 is limited, according to the Visa Directorate, and the department is not accepting applications for new B1 visas.
A B-1 Visa can be acquired from an online portal, and can be used for up to 12 months, according the Immigration Department.
If the student wants to work in Singapore, she has to have a valid work permit from her country of residence, and if she is unable to work, she can apply for an extension.
But she cannot be employed until she renews the B-visa.
“If I want to get a job in Singapore I have to renew the visa, so I cannot work,” the student told The Times.
The visa can be bought at Amazon’s online shop for as little as S$6.50.
This is an easy way for the student to buy a visa.
She can also pay for the visa through her credit card and a credit card company or through her employer.
The Visa Department does not disclose the number of student visas issued for Singapore, but its website has a list of B-Visa holders.
A student can also apply for a temporary visa, which can last up to two years, to work for a business overseas, as long as the applicant is qualified and the business is based in Singapore.
A temporary visa is valid for a maximum of 90 days.
If she does not renew the B1, she will need to apply for another visa.
The university student is not eligible for the full Singapore B1.
She will need a work permit, a work visa, and a certificate from a business association or company before she can work for Amazon, but that is not clear.
Amazon declined to comment when contacted by The Straights Times.
2/16/2017 12:15:55 An Amazon customer service representative from Singapore has sent an email to customers who purchased an Amazon gift card, asking them to contact their bank.
The message said the company was investigating a possible security breach.
“It’s possible that your account may have been compromised by a third party, and you should be cautious if you use your Amazon Gift Card,” the email said.
The email was sent on Wednesday and came after Amazon removed the card from the account of a Singapore woman who bought it for $6.95.
The card was later reinstated.
The company’s message said Amazon was “actively investigating a potential security breach.”
“The company is actively investigating a suspected security breach, and our team is actively working to prevent this from occurring in the future,” it said.
“We have not received any reports of this and have taken immediate action to block access to this account.”
The email said Amazon has contacted the bank, the bank has been notified, and it will refund the card.
The woman, who is in her 30s, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
2 /16/ 2017 12:09:22 An Amazon employee sent an e-mail to Amazon customers asking them for details on the latest payment plan available to them.
It was sent in a tweet on Wednesday, saying the company had confirmed that the latest plan offered by the customer was not valid.
“This is a temporary plan,” the e-mention said.
2 *Amazon customers can choose to pay in either cash or a credit or debit card.
However, the retailer has previously warned its customers that they can’t use cards with the same sign-up codes as those used by other retailers.
The e-mails are dated December 19, but were published online on December 16.
Amazon has been embroiled in controversy over its payment policy and other issues, including its refusal to pay for some Amazon purchases in Australia and other countries.
Amazon customers can pay with their credit or cash.
However Amazon does not accept cards with a PIN.
Customers can choose from four payment options: cash, a credit/debit card, a card with a sign-on code and a mobile payment option.
2 Comments posted by the Singaporeans Twitter handle have been removed.
2 ** This story has been corrected to remove an incorrect reference to the Singapore Visa Department.