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PR application question

Post by bettywwei » Thu, 03 Jul 2014 12:15 pm

Thank you very much for everyone's advice.
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Post by taxico » Thu, 03 Jul 2014 12:32 pm

i'm no expert... but if i were you, i wouldn't apply yet. given your age, pay's really low... and you've not paid any taxes... (i think?) and it's been less than 2 years since you start working.
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Post by trashmaker » Thu, 03 Jul 2014 12:42 pm

19k per month puts her in the highest tax bracket in Singapore, how on earth is it low!?

OP, go ahead and apply, there's never any guarantee of success, so be prepared for that. Ideally, wait for a couple of years before applying.

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Post by bettywwei » Thu, 03 Jul 2014 1:41 pm

Hi, yes forgot to say is per month. i'm planning to apply this year.

[quote="trashmaker"]19k per month puts her in the highest tax bracket in Singapore, how on earth is it low!?

OP, go ahead and apply, there's never any guarantee of success, so be prepared for that. Ideally, wait for a couple of years before applying.[/quote]

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Post by x9200 » Thu, 03 Jul 2014 2:09 pm

You couldn't get EP if it was per year.
Getting to the point, I would wait a bit till your husband stays here for a year or two.

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Post by Barnsley » Thu, 03 Jul 2014 2:28 pm

Nothing to lose by applying, however I am figuring best apply together as I suspect Govt might find it fishy why you are applying and hubby is not.

Were you transferred in for your jobs both you and hubby , your case officer may see it that there is every chance you could get transferred out again so what would be the point of granting you PR.

Also your jobs are the type that the Govt wants Citizens filling not foreigners.

If the wind is in your favour I reckon approval in no time , if it isnt then probably drag out a while then reject.
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Post by bettywwei » Thu, 03 Jul 2014 2:44 pm

thank you very much for the advice. i was transferred and he quit his old job and found one here in order to be in the same country.

i guess i'll apply and see what happens.
Barnsley wrote:Nothing to lose by applying, however I am figuring best apply together as I suspect Govt might find it fishy why you are applying and hubby is not.

Were you transferred in for your jobs both you and hubby , your case officer may see it that there is every chance you could get transferred out again so what would be the point of granting you PR.

Also your jobs are the type that the Govt wants Citizens filling not foreigners.

If the wind is in your favour I reckon approval in no time , if it isnt then probably drag out a while then reject.

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Post by taxico » Thu, 03 Jul 2014 9:11 pm

my mistake - i misread her salary as 19k per year...!
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