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littlerain
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Citizenship chances

Post by littlerain » Tue, 26 Aug 2014 8:02 am

Dear all,Just wanted to assess my chances for sc application.Thanks
-M'sian female chinese
-7 years of SPR,total length of stay 9yrs
-33yrs old,diploma holder
-self-employed for 4yrs(currently employing 3local fulltime staffs+1wp)
-lastest NOA $80k/yr ( BUT i only contribute to my own cpf account base on $2k salary/mth )
-married with 3 daughters @,@' ,all of them are SPR and born in spore
-m'sian husband with 8 yrs of SPR,not applying together(salary $65k/yr),degree holder
-owned a Hdb flat bought 2.5yrs ago.
I plan to apply for myself and 3daughters

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Re: Citizenship chances

Post by nakatago » Tue, 26 Aug 2014 8:26 am

littlerain wrote:Dear all,Just wanted to assess my chances for sc application.Thanks
-M'sian female chinese
-7 years of SPR,total length of stay 9yrs
-33yrs old,diploma holder
-self-employed for 4yrs(currently employing 3local fulltime staffs+1wp)
-lastest NOA $80k/yr ( BUT i only contribute to my own cpf account base on $2k salary/mth )
-married with 3 daughters @,@' ,all of them are SPR and born in Singapore
-m'sian husband with 8 yrs of SPR,not applying together(salary $65k/yr),degree holder
-owned a Hdb flat bought 2.5yrs ago.
I plan to apply for myself and 3daughters
Why won't your husband apply for SC? This will greatly reduce your chances since it would look like you're not fully committed to Singapore as a family.

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Tue, 26 Aug 2014 9:01 am

Chances look good except for what Nakatago said. It will definitely throw up a red flag. I reckon, if you filed as a family, you would be a shoe-in.

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Post by the lynx » Tue, 26 Aug 2014 9:04 am

Agree. Apply as family. Better chance.

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