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Will we get PR?

Post by indian_pr » Wed, 05 Mar 2014 3:47 pm

We are planning to apply PR in the middle of 2014. Just wanted to know the views on our profile.

husband - R&D Engineer
Industry - Semiconductor
salary - 55k / annum
nationality - indian
current pass - EP (Q1)
Exp - 4 yrs in Singapore
Education - BE (india) Msc (NTU) completed but didnt graduate, MBA (UK)
PR rejection - 4 times (2010 to 2013)
Married - recently
Involved in volunteering in NLB/social organizations
Income tax filing - 4th time including 2014

Wife - Indian
Education - BE (India)
Current pass - DP
Occupation - Administrative Executive
Salary - 20k / annum
Exp - less than 6 months
Involved in volunteering in NLB/social organizations

Is there any change to get PR in Singapore ?

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Re: Will we get PR?

Post by Saint » Wed, 05 Mar 2014 4:09 pm

indian_pr wrote:We are planning to apply PR in the middle of 2014. Just wanted to know the views on our profile.

husband - R&D Engineer
Industry - Semiconductor
salary - 55k / annum
nationality - indian
current pass - EP (Q1)
Exp - 4 yrs in Singapore
Education - BE (india) Msc (NTU) completed but didnt graduate, MBA (UK)
PR rejection - 4 times (2010 to 2013)
Married - recently
Involved in volunteering in NLB/social organizations
Income tax filing - 4th time including 2014

Wife - Indian
Education - BE (India)
Current pass - DP
Occupation - Administrative Executive
Salary - 20k / annum
Exp - less than 6 months
Involved in volunteering in NLB/social organizations

Is there any change to get PR in Singapore ?
This has to be one of the most deparate cases I've seen!

I reckon your chances are zero, actually probably less!

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Post by beppi » Wed, 05 Mar 2014 4:12 pm

By already applying FOUR times, from almost the first moment you arrived, you have basically screwed up your chances for PR (and rightly so).
Your rejection letters suggested you continue to stay on with EP. Just follow that advise!

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 05 Mar 2014 4:14 pm

I'm afraid I have to concur. R&D Engineer 4 years and still on a Q1? I can understand why you were rejected. Did you start out on an S pass?

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Post by the lynx » Wed, 05 Mar 2014 4:16 pm

beppi wrote:By already applying FOUR times, from almost the first moment you arrived, you have basically screwed up your chances for PR (and rightly so).
Your rejection letters suggested you continue to stay on with EP. Just follow that advise!
How did you know his rejection letters suggested so?

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Post by indian_pr » Wed, 05 Mar 2014 4:23 pm

Hi SundaymorningStaple,

I started with TEP not S pass. ICA provided me TEP once I had the offer letter with me. TEP to EP.

I did my postgraduation in NTU but since my CGPA was less, I couldn graduate but passed the entire course.

Can I go for an appeal if I still fail to get a PR?

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Post by beppi » Wed, 05 Mar 2014 4:28 pm

the lynx wrote:
beppi wrote:By already applying FOUR times, from almost the first moment you arrived, you have basically screwed up your chances for PR (and rightly so).
Your rejection letters suggested you continue to stay on with EP. Just follow that advise!
How did you know his rejection letters suggested so?
The letter either says this or invites the applicant to re-apply after XX months or years. For repeat applicants like the OP, the second option isn't used any more. The first option means "you will never become PR, unless your circumstances change substantially."

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Post by indian_pr » Wed, 05 Mar 2014 4:35 pm

My last rejection letter did not say anything neither one nor two ! ! haha crazy...If i get a PR then its really a miracle

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Post by vaikrit » Wed, 05 Mar 2014 4:59 pm

indian_pr wrote:My last rejection letter did not say anything neither one nor two ! ! haha crazy...If i get a PR then its really a miracle
Then what was mentioned in the letter? Whatever it was, it must surely give you some hint...

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Post by midlet2013 » Wed, 05 Mar 2014 5:42 pm

There lies the problem. There is not point in pretending that ICA did not give you any hints. Previous rejections are hints. You choose to ignore them.

I see so many people here who act surprized when their PR application is rejected. There is an element of luck, govt policies, etc but there is also a problem of Candid Self-Evaluation.

If you think you were unlucky, and you apply again n again, it may result in more failures.
Instead, make a long-term plan to upgrade your profile and then try. Thats the only way out.

No one here is an oracle. These kind of posts sound desperate and people generalize it to all Indians.

indian_pr wrote:My last rejection letter did not say anything neither one nor two ! ! haha crazy...If i get a PR then its really a miracle

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Post by PNGMK » Wed, 05 Mar 2014 8:00 pm

Why do you want PR?

I'd be looking to jump somewhere else.

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Post by SGlover » Wed, 05 Mar 2014 8:29 pm

PNGMK - Where can OP jump after getting SPR?

I am afraid he cannot even go to Malaysia without visa after getting SPR.

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Re: Will we get PR?

Post by nakatago » Wed, 05 Mar 2014 8:50 pm

midlet2013 wrote:There lies the problem. There is not point in pretending that ICA did not give you any hints. Previous rejections are hints. You choose to ignore them.

I see so many people here who act surprized when their PR application is rejected. There is an element of luck, govt policies, etc but there is also a problem of Candid Self-Evaluation.

If you think you were unlucky, and you apply again n again, it may result in more failures.
Instead, make a long-term plan to upgrade your profile and then try. Thats the only way out.

No one here is an oracle. These kind of posts sound desperate and people generalize it to all Indians.

indian_pr wrote:My last rejection letter did not say anything neither one nor two ! ! haha crazy...If i get a PR then its really a miracle
indian_pr wrote: PR rejection - 4 times (2010 to 2013)

Is there any change to get PR in Singapore ?
http://youtu.be/moSFlvxnbgk?t=2m8s

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Post by Sergei82 » Wed, 05 Mar 2014 9:40 pm

I wonder what is the record number of PR rejections in as little time as possible for a single person?

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Post by PNGMK » Wed, 05 Mar 2014 11:27 pm

SGlover wrote:PNGMK - Where can OP jump after getting SPR?

I am afraid he cannot even go to Malaysia without visa after getting SPR.
I meant jump instead of getting SPR. For someone like him it's a no hoper staying here.

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