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Re: Singapore Citizenship Application Outcome

Postby Wd40 » Wed, 01 Apr 2015 10:50 pm

I am not even a PR, so I wouldn't ask questions related to citizenship. Other Indian PR, wannabe citizen lurkers, maybe.

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Re: Singapore Citizenship Application Outcome

Postby ful babu » Wed, 01 Apr 2015 11:21 pm

Wd40 wrote:I am not even a PR, so I wouldn't ask questions related to citizenship. Other Indian PR, wannabe citizen lurkers, maybe.


for example, someone like me ... :D

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Re: Singapore Citizenship Application Outcome

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 01 Apr 2015 11:41 pm

EXACTLY. ](*,)

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Re: Singapore Citizenship Application Outcome

Postby PNGMK » Thu, 02 Apr 2015 5:49 pm

Wd40 wrote:I am not even a PR, so I wouldn't ask questions related to citizenship. Other Indian PR, wannabe citizen lurkers, maybe.


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Re: Singapore Citizenship Application Outcome

Postby midlet2013 » Thu, 02 Apr 2015 6:33 pm

It was obvious bcus the OP's time measurement system is not from sub-continent, where the application timeline is measured from the day one makes up their mind to apply to having the ic in the wallet.

For the sub-continent folks, the time line is from the day one submits the docs in ICA in person to the date when its approved online, thus capturing the uncertain waiting time. And thus ignoring the portion when there is no uncertainity.




sundaymorningstaple wrote:And before Wd40 and who knows how many more from the Sub-continent ask, suffice it to say that she is NOT from the sub-continent but European and that's as close as I'll go on here. Again, Congratulations.

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Re: Singapore Citizenship Application Outcome

Postby rockstar_sg » Fri, 17 Apr 2015 2:13 pm

super-man wrote:mine is pending from Feb 2013. Seems like mine is the longest... :o


Hi super-man,

My application is pending for more than 18 months. I am in 19th month now. May I know your application outcome? Is it still pending?

could you please let me know :

1. How many PR renewal you have done? If no renewal done so far, which year your Citizen application is made since you got your PR?

2. Did you applied whole family or only for yourself?

3. Whats your Race/Salary

Thanks.

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Re: Singapore Citizenship Application Outcome

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Fri, 17 Apr 2015 2:16 pm

rockstar_sg wrote:Hi super-man,

My application is pending for more than 18 months. I am in 19th month now. May I know your application outcome? Is it still pending?

could you please let me know :

1. How many PR renewal you have done? If no renewal done so far, which year your Citizen application is made since you got your PR?

2. Did you applied whole family or only for yourself?

3. Whats your Race/Salary

Thanks.


Why? You gonna change your application depending on what he put down? All the information you asked for won't help you one bit. Why cant people understand that. ](*,)

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Re: Singapore Citizenship Application Outcome

Postby rockstar_sg » Fri, 17 Apr 2015 2:21 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:Why? You gonna change your application depending on what he put down? All the information you asked for won't help you one bit. Why cant people understand that. ](*,)


Hey Intelligent,

This is to understand what similarities exist between the two long pending applications. Are you from the MOM dept who want to prevent the secrets go out Lor?

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Re: Singapore Citizenship Application Outcome

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Fri, 17 Apr 2015 2:58 pm

The only similarities are that fact that you are both human beings, also with your response, I'm having second thoughts about that statement as well. Anecdotal evidence shows that there are vary little similarities and the only one that does seem negative across a wide range of rejected applicants is ethnicity if it is sub-continental in origins. Otherwise, we've seen people who make less than 4K/mo approved and some earning in excess of 400K/pa rejected. So, how? :roll:

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Re: Singapore Citizenship Application Outcome

Postby the lynx » Fri, 17 Apr 2015 3:02 pm

rockstar_sg wrote:
sundaymorningstaple wrote:Why? You gonna change your application depending on what he put down? All the information you asked for won't help you one bit. Why cant people understand that. ](*,)


Hey Intelligent,

This is to understand what similarities exist between the two long pending applications. Are you from the MOM dept who want to prevent the secrets go out Lor?


True. If you're clutching the straws, looking for similarities between your profile and the successful profile will help with the conscience. It is okay. It is very normal among some applicants.

SMS actually meant that, in objective view, knowing the similarities actually won't help, other than providing pure anecdotes. Actually there are people who would go to the lengths of tailoring their application to match successful profiles but we all know it won't work for ICA because they hold their cards to themselves on the minute details that no anecdote can upturn.

I wish you luck.

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Re: Singapore Citizenship Application Outcome

Postby rockstar_sg » Fri, 17 Apr 2015 3:39 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:The only similarities are that fact that you are both human beings, also with your response, I'm having second thoughts about that statement as well. Anecdotal evidence shows that there are vary little similarities and the only one that does seem negative across a wide range of rejected applicants is ethnicity if it is sub-continental in origins. Otherwise, we've seen people who make less than 4K/mo approved and some earning in excess of 400K/pa rejected. So, how? :roll:


Don't doubt about yourself too much lor. Think in second thought and third thought and so on..
If I were you, I will not just raising useless questions on people doubts, rather I will try answering something useful. My question is not about ethnicity, I just want to know about a particular person's profile and waiting for his/her reply, Just get away as my question is not for you.

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Re: Singapore Citizenship Application Outcome

Postby ecureilx » Fri, 17 Apr 2015 5:38 pm

rockstar_sg wrote:. My question is not about ethnicity, I just want to know about a particular person's profile and waiting for his/her reply, Just get away as my question is not for you.


That's where you jumped the gun .

It's pretty much all about the ethnicity ..

For argument sake, if I found most of my deep sea divers got it fast, what would you do ? Reinvent yourself as a deep sea diver? Just wondering..

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Re: Singapore Citizenship Application Outcome

Postby Farhat » Fri, 17 Apr 2015 5:40 pm

If your application is taking too long is it a good chance that's it will be accepted

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Re: Singapore Citizenship Application Outcome

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Fri, 17 Apr 2015 6:00 pm

Farhat wrote:If your application is taking too long is it a good chance that's it will be accepted


^^^^
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Re: Singapore Citizenship Application Outcome

Postby rockstar_sg » Fri, 17 Apr 2015 7:37 pm

ecureilx wrote:
rockstar_sg wrote:. My question is not about ethnicity, I just want to know about a particular person's profile and waiting for his/her reply, Just get away as my question is not for you.


That's where you jumped the gun .

It's pretty much all about the ethnicity ..

For argument sake, if I found most of my deep sea divers got it fast, what would you do ? Reinvent yourself as a deep sea diver? Just wondering..


If so, why my colleague and family member (both are Malaysian Chinese) got rejected ? You got the justification? Lol !!


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