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Re: LTVP Documents help? SC-NR spouse

Postby Chaorenz » Thu, 17 Jan 2019 4:11 pm

There really nothinfg much you can do , and also that provided you do not have any immgration offence in Singapore, if not i beilieve u will get your approval soon.

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Re: LTVP Documents help? SC-NR spouse

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 17 Jan 2019 9:27 pm

"If you did not submit a PMLA, the LTVP processing time may take up to six months."
is a fair bit different than "Max waiting time is 6 months."

One thing you need to learn is that the Government ministries will never commit to a Maximum time. Small difference but you haven't been here as long as a lot of us. We've seen exceptions to just about everything when it comes to both ICA AND MOM.

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Re: LTVP Documents help? SC-NR spouse

Postby mohamed66 » Thu, 13 Jun 2019 12:34 am

marie_katie wrote:
ylhl wrote:hi, may i know did u got approve the LTVP? coz i also dont do the pre assessment things, and already 8weeks and receiving attention? is it need to wait for 6 months? while waiting do u go overseas or just stay in singapore? coz i thinking go to batam, dont know will be affect of the process/approval or not, sorry too many question, thanks bfore



Sadly it's been 17 weeks for me and still receiving attention.. I emailed ICA and they said it takes up to 6 months so i guess the only thing you can do is wait.

And we both left Singapore since sept so i am not sure if that affects the process. I did call ICA and they said it was ok to leave country but both is needed to be in singapore for formalities. I've heard people saying that leaving the country will affect it to be longer but we didn't have a choice, we needed to go back. Will update if i do get my ltvp approved. Hopefully soon, good luck to you too!


Hi .. So you both left singapore after you applied ? If you dont mind me asking, can you just tell me when you both go to singapore after applying ? Did they ask your CPF statement to verify ? If so how many months of statement have you submitted ? I had a doubt since you said you both left singapore, didn't you work there ?


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