A lawyer is not going to help you at all, as MOM/ICA do not like lawyers. Regarding ICA (in the case of PRs)confusedperson wrote:hi,
I need some advise please!
I moved to Singapore 2.5 years ago on EP2, and brought my dependent mum with me (she is physically/mentally disabled and requires daily care). About 6 months ago, I applied for PR, and I was happy(shocked) to see i got it! Was expecting it to get rejected as that seemed the norm.
Unfortunately, I only came across some threads of this forum which mention LTVP being rejected for parents of newly converted PRs, after I applied. So my question is, is it better not to take the PR? Ie how likely is her new LTVP to get rejected by ICA? I would like to take care of my mum as long as she lives, and make sure she gets good healthcare (that's my highest priority).
additional info: dad is no longer with us. I have a fdw who takes care of mum. only one brother who lives in uk. the PR application form did not have any where i could add mum as my dependent.
Should i engage a lawyer for this?
all advise is greatly appreciated. thank you.
So, yes, you apply for an LTVP for your parent(s).Visitor whose Child (above 21 years old) is a Singapore Citizen (SC) or Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR)
A visitor whose child (above 21 years old) is a Singapore Citizen (SC) or Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR) may apply for a Visit Pass (for long term stay) online via e-VP.
You should be okay on renewals. From what I understand it only if you have to apply for a new EP that you will fall under the new criteria. As long as you are still with the same company and just getting renewals you should be okay. (Of course, the goal posts are always subject to change as we've all been finding out the past 10 years) So, with the fact of movable goal posts, it would also be a good idea to think about a plan B should it come to that.confusedperson wrote:Thanks Sundaymorningstaple.
i am really happy at my job, and the company is doing well, so not too worried about that.
but i am a little under the 8k requirement of a new EP.
Will they refuse my mum's LTVP since i am below the 8k?
If i dont accept the PR this time round, can i apply again in future (after salary increase)?
Can i ask for extension for PR in principle approval?
since when any Govt agency "Guaranteed" anything ??Wd40 wrote:If someone can guarantee you that LTSVP for your mom wont be problem, take up the PR.
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