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Relocating, travelling or planning to make Singapore home? Discuss the criterias, passes or visa that is required.
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pchandrasekar
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Post by pchandrasekar » Mon, 05 Jan 2015 4:14 pm

I am an Indian working in the IT Industry. Stay in singapore since July 2009. Working in singapore for 4 years 6 months. Filled tax for 4 years. I did undergraduate from India and masters from NTU Singapore. My wife also an Indian. She completed her bachelors in engineering from NTU singapore and her stay in singapore since 2007, She works in a IT Industry. We applied together for PR (No Kids). Currently Holding PEP myself (Will be getting EP as per new criteria). Combined Annual income is 90K. I am not hoping for the best as my nationality is not in favour but just give it a try. Can anyone share their views on outcome. Thanks

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Re: PR Chance

Post by nakatago » Mon, 05 Jan 2015 7:58 pm

pchandrasekar wrote:I am an Indian working in the IT Industry. Stay in singapore since July 2009. Working in singapore for 4 years 6 months. Filled tax for 4 years. I did undergraduate from India and masters from NTU Singapore. My wife also an Indian. She completed her bachelors in engineering from NTU singapore and her stay in singapore since 2007, She works in a IT Industry. We applied together for PR (No Kids). Currently Holding PEP myself (Will be getting EP as per new criteria). Combined Annual income is 90K. I am not hoping for the best as my nationality is not in favour but just give it a try. Can anyone share their views on outcome. Thanks

Highest is 49%.

As per your previous post:
pchandrasekar wrote:The rejection letter did not state anything it just states that You can continue to stay with current employment pass. Thanks
pchandrasekar wrote:Hi,

I am an Indian age 27. I did my undergraduate in India and master of science in NTU singapore. Working in IT industry for last 3 years and 4 months in singapore. My PR got rejected recent and its second time I applied. After I applied I have changed my Pass from EP to PEP and changed the job with 20% hike. By the time I applied for PR my wife was doing UG from NTU and now she graduated. I applied PR only for myself. Is there any chances for success if I appeal now. Thanks

Creating more threads or asking the same question again every year will not change that in the foreseeable future.

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Re: PR Chance

Post by pchandrasekar » Tue, 06 Jan 2015 9:29 am

nakatago wrote:
pchandrasekar wrote:I am an Indian working in the IT Industry. Stay in singapore since July 2009. Working in singapore for 4 years 6 months. Filled tax for 4 years. I did undergraduate from India and masters from NTU Singapore. My wife also an Indian. She completed her bachelors in engineering from NTU singapore and her stay in singapore since 2007, She works in a IT Industry. We applied together for PR (No Kids). Currently Holding PEP myself (Will be getting EP as per new criteria). Combined Annual income is 90K. I am not hoping for the best as my nationality is not in favour but just give it a try. Can anyone share their views on outcome. Thanks

Highest is 49%.

As per your previous post:
pchandrasekar wrote:The rejection letter did not state anything it just states that You can continue to stay with current employment pass. Thanks
pchandrasekar wrote:Hi,

I am an Indian age 27. I did my undergraduate in India and master of science in NTU singapore. Working in IT industry for last 3 years and 4 months in singapore. My PR got rejected recent and its second time I applied. After I applied I have changed my Pass from EP to PEP and changed the job with 20% hike. By the time I applied for PR my wife was doing UG from NTU and now she graduated. I applied PR only for myself. Is there any chances for success if I appeal now. Thanks

Creating more threads or asking the same question again every year will not change that in the foreseeable future.

Thanks for the reply. Not asking the same question.Now applying with my wife as she was graduated from ntu hence Just wanted to check the views.

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