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Wls
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PR advice needed!

Post by Wls » Sat, 08 Feb 2014 4:14 pm

Hi all.
I am a 23 years old female Malaysian Chinese. Both my sister received are sg PR. I received invitation letter on 2008 however my application was rejected.

I been living singapore for 10 years. (4 years sec schl,3 yrs poly , 3 years degree). I graduated with a second upper class degree form university of london( SIM Global). I am currently working in a MNC earning 3000/mth + 13th month bonus. And I plan to submit my PR application now ( I been working for 6 month).

Kindly advice my chance of approval!

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Sat, 08 Feb 2014 4:58 pm

After you have worked for two or three years and have filed tax returns for at least two of them, you chance would probably be fairly good. But not at the moment even if you are M'sian Chinese. Get two years working under your belt then apply. You will probably be a shoe-in. At the moment, I'm afraid your chances are poor (but not impossible). If you can take another rejection, go ahead, but frankly I'd wait until all your ducks are lined up properly.
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