The “one month’s notice” is a privilege and not a right

As announced in December 2018, there is a maximum claimable amount that applicants can claim for.  We also announced that whenever possible, we will give such applicants a one month’s notice to make their last two claims.

However, we would like to advise all applicants that this one month’s notice and last two claims is a privilege accorded to you, and not a right that you can demand for. There would be cases where it may not be possible to give you the one month’s notice too.

Furthermore, our policies still hold:

Each application will be carefully considered and processed only upon receipt of full documentation. Depending on the availability of funds, the amount awarded may vary from time to time, in which case we reserve the right to make these changes without explanation or prior notice. We retain sole discretion to decide on the amount or not to provide (without need to give reasons for such decision). Please review our policies regularly to keep yourself informed.

We wish to draw all applicants’ attention to the following:

(1) Applications will only be considered upon receipt of FULL documentation. 

(2) We retain sole discretion to decide on the amount or not to provide (without need to give reasons for such decision).

And yes, please could you READ the policies from time to time because changes happen and the only way for us to inform you is by publishing it on the policy page. So, please refer to the policy page and read it in its entirety before making an application.

Thank you!

So, the one month’s notice is a privilege and not a right.

The last two claims is also a privilege and not a right.

For that matter, our neutering aid is a privilege and not a right!

And please remember what is right on top of our policy page:

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