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Dear All
i send resignation from my job via email about three years ago to continue my studies, my resignation was not accepted because of my liabilities. i am still paying my liabilities and my resignation is not accepted yet. I am about to complete my studies and join my previous job again. What i have to do? please help me in this regard

Hello Kammur,
Can you pl elaborate 'i am still paying my liabilities'? For 3 yrs, what sort of liabilities are you referring to--that you still are paying for them?
You also mentioned '......and join my previous job again'--is your Company ready to take you back after a 3 yrs gap?
Reg your query 'What i have to do?'--have you discussed this rejoining with the HR of the company? If YES, what did they say? What is the process they suggested? If NO, why not?
Suggest pl give as many details as possible--this will enable the members to give the most suitable suggestions.
Rgds,
TS

Dear
I filled a bound at the time of joining which was about 4 thousand Dollars (my liability towards company), now i am paying back this liability in installments. Sorry i made a writing mistake in my previous text, Actually, i am about to finish my studies and i want to join my job again. One year ago i wrote them that consider my study leave application and the reply "your request for withdrawal of resignation has been considered and declined by the competent authority, Please note that the Office Order regarding acceptance of your resignation from the company service will be issued after clearance of entire liabilities towards Company."
But i want to withdraw my resignation and join the services again as my resignation is still not accepted.
regards
Kammur

Hello Kammur,
When you had US$ 4K liability, how did you expect the company to accept your resignation?
You haven't mentioned If you have discussed the present situation with the HR--NOW. Suggest speak to them & convince your interest in rejoining--which COULD be a bit tough. Just because they haven't yet accepted your resignation doesn't mean they are willing to take you back. I am not sure of your relationship with you earlier boss--if it was good, maybe you can speak to him/her too & take it from there.
All the Best.
Rgds,
TS

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