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PR Approval Chances (Malaysian Chinese)

Postby cloudwan0 » Mon, 01 Feb 2016 2:55 pm

Hi everyone, another 2 weeks would be my first application for PR(whole family), a bit worry, as my children need a PR to get primary school. below are my family profile

Me (sponsor):
Nationality: Malaysian Chinese
work Duration: 10 years back, i have work in SG for 8 months, after that back to MY for further study, just recently coming back to SG work for 1.5 years
Work field: IT (manager lvl), MNC company
Salary: $5.7k basic
Education: Degree in ISE

Spouse:
Nationality: Malaysian Chinese
Currently not working (DP)
Education: Degree in Business

Son: 6 years old, study K2 in SG
Daughter: 4 years old, study N2 in SG

Appreciate any form of advice.
Thank you in advance.

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Re: PR Approval Chances (Malaysian Chinese)

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 01 Feb 2016 5:00 pm

Personally, I see approval, but not at this time. Maybe after you have been here for at least two consecutive years, but not before. But who knows, you buys yer ticket, you takes yer chances. The worst thing that can happen is they reject it. You can still work. They might tell you 'not at this time' which basically means you applied too soon. I'd recommend waiting but I do understand you predicament regarding schooling. If you can handle rejection, give it a shot. Who knows? You have a son already so it might be enough to swing the tide in your favour.

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Re: PR Approval Chances (Malaysian Chinese)

Postby cloudwan0 » Mon, 01 Feb 2016 6:08 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:Personally, I see approval, but not at this time. Maybe after you have been here for at least two consecutive years, but not before. But who knows, you buys yer ticket, you takes yer chances. The worst thing that can happen is they reject it. You can still work. They might tell you 'not at this time' which basically means you applied too soon. I'd recommend waiting but I do understand you predicament regarding schooling. If you can handle rejection, give it a shot. Who knows? You have a son already so it might be enough to swing the tide in your favour.


Yes, schooling is my biggest issue, as a foreigner to get a primary school is very difficult
I only can pray hard...

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Re: PR Approval Chances (Malaysian Chinese)

Postby cloudwan0 » Wed, 03 Feb 2016 11:44 am

singaporepr wrote:if anyone needs assistance can just let me know i will try my best to help! :)

you're?

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Re: PR Approval Chances (Malaysian Chinese)

Postby samuraibeefburger » Tue, 21 Nov 2017 3:29 pm

What was the outcome? Did you get it?


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