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applying Pr for my wife and son

Postby yeshah02 » Thu, 03 Dec 2015 2:58 am

Hi
is there any chances that my wife and son pr application will get aprrove?

*Sponsor SPR 12 years malaysian chinese
university graduate 1st class honour
working in It industry earning monthly income of 5+++
*married in singapore 2007

wife secondary diploma
staying in singapore total 8 yrs +
*6 years ltvp,2 years under workpermit
currently she working basic salary $1000 plus allowance and transpo1500++monthly
onced applied PR after we get married but rejected, this time is the 2nd attemp.

Son studying Singapore under student pass going to primary nextyear 1st time to apply
he holding long term pass for 5 yrs before got his student pass in k2.

Thanks in advance, :)

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Re: applying Pr for my wife and son

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 03 Dec 2015 6:55 am

If it's been at least 2 years since the previous rejection, I'd say reapply.

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Re: applying Pr for my wife and son

Postby yeshah02 » Thu, 03 Dec 2015 7:36 am

sundaymorningstaple wrote:If it's been at least 2 years since the previous rejection, I'd say reapply.

Hi thanks for your input,1st application was about 8 yrs ago aldy ,preparing our documents now for the upcoming appointmen in the next 2 weeks,hoping for the best..

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Re: applying Pr for my wife and son

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 03 Dec 2015 8:05 am

Good luck to you. Let us know how you go. ;-)

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Re: applying Pr for my wife and son

Postby yeshah02 » Thu, 03 Dec 2015 7:02 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:Good luck to you. Let us know how you go. ;-)


Thanks :D
will update the outcome in the future.

Anyway the rejection letter on 1st applocation stated...

-we regret to inform you that you application is unsuccesful as your wife has not met the residential requirement.You may wish to re-submit another application for our consideration after 1 1/2 year's time...

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Re: applying Pr for my wife and son

Postby yeshah02 » Thu, 03 Dec 2015 7:02 pm

yeshah02 wrote:
sundaymorningstaple wrote:Good luck to you. Let us know how you go. ;-)


Thanks :D
will update the outcome in the future.

Anyway the rejection letter on 1st application stated...

-we regret to inform you that you application is unsuccesful as your wife has not met the residential requirement.You may wish to re-submit another application for our consideration after 1 1/2 year's time...

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Re: applying Pr for my wife and son

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 03 Dec 2015 8:12 pm

Sounds like you just needed to wait. Let's hope nothing has changed in the interim (especially on their side - you know Singapore, always moving the goal posts!)

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Re: applying Pr for my wife and son

Postby niceit198 » Tue, 08 Dec 2015 12:17 am

chance will be look good , 8year ago u have no son yet ? coz malaysian are higher chance than any other country.

yeshah02 wrote:Hi
is there any chances that my wife and son pr application will get aprrove?

*Sponsor SPR 12 years malaysian chinese
university graduate 1st class honour
working in It industry earning monthly income of 5+++
*married in singapore 2007

wife secondary diploma
staying in singapore total 8 yrs +
*6 years ltvp,2 years under workpermit
currently she working basic salary $1000 plus allowance and transpo1500++monthly
onced applied PR after we get married but rejected, this time is the 2nd attemp.

Son studying Singapore under student pass going to primary nextyear 1st time to apply
he holding long term pass for 5 yrs before got his student pass in k2.

Thanks in advance, :)

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Re: applying Pr for my wife and son

Postby yeshah02 » Tue, 08 Dec 2015 8:08 am

Hi...
Yes no son yet..now my son just turn 7 yrs old aldready yet havent apply pr for him this would be the first time for him and wife 2nd time...

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Re: applying Pr for my wife and son

Postby yeshah02 » Tue, 08 Dec 2015 8:31 am

niceit198 wrote:chance will be look good , 8year ago u have no son yet ? coz malaysian are higher chance than any other country.

yeshah02 wrote:Hi
is there any chances that my wife and son pr application will get aprrove?

*Sponsor SPR 12 years malaysian chinese
university graduate 1st class honour
working in It industry earning monthly income of 5+++
*married in singapore 2007

wife secondary diploma
staying in singapore total 8 yrs +
*6 years ltvp,2 years under workpermit
currently she working basic salary $1000 plus allowance and transpo1500++monthly
onced applied PR after we get married but rejected, this time is the 2nd attemp.

Son studying Singapore under student pass going to primary nextyear 1st time to apply
he holding long term pass for 5 yrs before got his student pass in k2.

Thanks in advance, :)

Sorry forget to indicate that my wife and son filipino nationality...

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Re: applying Pr for my wife and son

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Tue, 08 Dec 2015 4:16 pm

I'd say give a go. Including your son, I'd think they'd probably look favorably on it as you have waited a considerably longer period than 1.5 years AND have had a son and applying for him as well. Granted, her being a Filipina might be a negative, but maybe the son will help to offset that little item. I assume that you had gotten permission from MOM to marry a WP holder?

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Re: applying Pr for my wife and son

Postby yeshah02 » Tue, 08 Dec 2015 9:02 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:I'd say give a go. Including your son, I'd think they'd probably look favorably on it as you have waited a considerably longer period than 1.5 years AND have had a son and applying for him as well. Granted, her being a Filipina might be a negative, but maybe the son will help to offset that little item. I assume that you had gotten permission from MOM to marry a WP holder?


Thanks...didnt ask permission from mom,my wife is a tourist when we got married she never worked here before then apply for pr for her after a month rejected so i applied her long term pass...after about 5 yrs plus she remain holding her long term pass then in 2013 she started to work hold work permit for 2 yrs after that this yr but rule changed again have go back in longterm pass then her employer applied loc to continue to work...never changed employer...

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Re: applying Pr for my wife and son

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Tue, 08 Dec 2015 11:09 pm

Ahhh, okay then. You were married before she ever worked on a WP here. Then there is no problem with that then. Go for it.The worst they will do is reject it. If you apply, they can say yea or nay. If you don't apply the answer is nay by default. ;-)

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Re: applying Pr for my wife and son

Postby yeshah02 » Sat, 26 Dec 2015 1:43 am

Hi,
we've just submitted our documents,marriage cert,educational certs,birthcert of my son and wife passport &pass photocopy and both sponsor and applicants employment cert,the officer ask if we still have some docs to add,i ask.about the cpf contributios for last 12 months and tax assesment for the last 3 yrs..officer say no need to submit they will check it online..only took 20 minutes to finished the application.

Handed us a paper stated that our application is "Recieving attention"and wait 4 to 6 months for the outcome..


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