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PR APPLICATION 6 MONTHS FINISHED

Postby archk » Wed, 09 Dec 2015 8:19 pm

Dear All,

I applied PR on june 26th 2015. with family. (wife, 2 daughters)
Still now show status pending
(this is 5th time)

Background:
Indian / 36 yrs old Male

Came here 2007 and working in Law firm. 2007 to 2013 was working Admin in logistic co Multinational company. from 2014 Law firm.

Education : Post Graduated india
I'm currently holding EPass, and filed tax 5 times. salary per month $5400/-

Wife/Indian /28 years old
Educaation: Bachelor Degree india.
she is holding DP and working Admin. Clerk $2000/- month.

Daughter:
1 is doing K2 PAP.
2 is 2 years old.

my family is living with me 6 years in Singapore. my father Singapore senior citizen. (pioneer generation). my mom just one year back only she got LTVP. they are staying in singapore.

What do u think of my chance of approval?.. :)


Many thanks in advance :) :D :)

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Re: PR APPLICATION 6 MONTHS FINISHED

Postby ful babu » Wed, 09 Dec 2015 8:33 pm

welcome archk

What I have seen so far... standard PR application processing(reject/approval) time for other than Malaysian/Indonesian Chinese is 1-2 yr, and longer waiting time does not mean anything .

Not sure if that information is helpful at all! Good luck.

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Re: PR APPLICATION 6 MONTHS FINISHED

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 09 Dec 2015 10:11 pm

If the aroma I'm smelling is correct, you may well have a problem. Can you please clarify a few things for me.....

a) you are applying for PR? What type of pass have you been on previously???

b) You say your father is a Singapore Citizen (Senior). Why are you not a Singapore Citizen? Where where you born? If you were born in India, why? I have to assume that you never did NS in Singapore either, correct?

I suspect you will never get PR here because you were left in India so that you wouldn't have to do NS even though your father is a Singapore Citizen. Therefore, the government knows this, and it will probably be a cold day in hell before they give you PR because they know your situation was brought about deliberately by your father.

If my analysis is incorrect, please answer a) & b) and let us see if we might be able to see a different reason. But my current feelings are based on the information as you have presented it.

I hate to sound so 'somber' but frankly, you have a big problem and might want to think about other countries. Of course, your rejections letter probably had the paragraph in them saying your PR has been rejected or some such BUT you are welcome to stay on your EP as long as it can be renewed.

sms

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Re: PR APPLICATION 6 MONTHS FINISHED

Postby archk » Thu, 10 Dec 2015 7:58 pm

Thank you for reply.

that time my father settled family in india. i born in India. my father have not applied PR for me that time. he did not know how to apply for that. and he is not well educated. he was working in catering side.
after finished my study i came here.
Dec 2007 - EP pass - Operation Assist - $2800.00
2009 - EP pass - Administrative Assist - $3100.00
2011 - EP pass - Administrative Assist - $3500.00
2013 - EP pass - Administrative Assist Manager - $4500.00
2014 - EP pass - Administrative Manager - $5400.00 (Current Job)

2009 i have applied first time PR. received the result within 3 month " you have not met the residential requirement.You may wish to re-submit another application for our consideration after 9 month".

that time i was bachelor. no tax filed. but positive reply.

after 4 time i applied with my family. simply the letter said " Your application has not been successful. you and your family can continue staying here....."

i hope the god bless me this time.

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 10 Dec 2015 8:40 pm

The last one is the one I was talking about. They are telling you that you will NOT get PR but are welcome to stay here on your EP as long as you can keep getting it renewed. This is going to make it rough as you will not be able to buy a resale HDB flat and you will always be susceptible to economic shifts and possibly having your EP renewal rejected. I'd make alternative plans if I were you. If you are bound to try again, Do so, but don't be surprised if the outcome is the same. They have a long memory when it come to NS dodgers (I know that wasn't your fault - but none the less, you father did know if he was a Singaporean citizen. How did he acquire his Singaporean citizenship? Was he born in Singapore?

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Re: PR APPLICATION 6 MONTHS FINISHED

Postby archk » Thu, 10 Dec 2015 9:24 pm

My father race is indian. born in india

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Re: PR APPLICATION 6 MONTHS FINISHED

Postby svnebh » Fri, 11 Dec 2015 2:10 am

Wow. He knew how to get singapore citizenship for himself but was not "educated" enough to know how to apply PR for you :^o

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Re: PR APPLICATION 6 MONTHS FINISHED

Postby nakatago » Fri, 11 Dec 2015 6:45 am

archk wrote:My father race is indian. born in india


...is why you can't have nice things.

I'm sorry, but as SMS said, Singapore thinks your father shafted them and have seen you as a way of "Oh no; we're not going through this thing again."

Unfortunately, this has been the case for a lot of Indians and Singapore. Yes, it is racist.

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Postby ecureilx » Fri, 11 Dec 2015 10:49 am

svnebh wrote:Wow. He knew how to get singapore citizenship for himself but was not "educated" enough to know how to apply PR for you :^o

To be fair, in the 70s, post separation, many Indians were asked to sign on the dotted lines, to become Citizens.

And that includes labourers, hair dressers, gardeners and such.

A lot signed, a few didn't know what the future would have been or decided to be with the extended family, packed their bags and went back to India, and a few just sent their family to India, as they felt the family has more support from relatives etc back home.

As was the case with Indians in Malaysia and Sri Lanka, where the women went back home for delivery, not with the intent of getting Indian citizenship for the children but it was because India was where the in laws and all were = support during child birth.

And travel by ship took days.

His father may have been one of them.

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Re: PR APPLICATION 6 MONTHS FINISHED

Postby tomtomtom » Fri, 25 Dec 2015 6:40 pm

Any status update?

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Re: PR APPLICATION 6 MONTHS FINISHED

Postby archk » Mon, 04 Jan 2016 7:31 pm

No.
i am waiting for the result....

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Re: PR APPLICATION 6 MONTHS FINISHED

Postby tomtomtom » Mon, 04 Jan 2016 7:58 pm

Update us when u hear from them ... ☺

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Re: PR APPLICATION 6 MONTHS FINISHED

Postby archk » Mon, 04 Jan 2016 8:04 pm

definitely bro.. i will let you know...
i saw your forum.. your status is good position.
advantage : good earning
disadvantage : no children...

wait bro.. we will get a new result in 2016 by the blessing of god...


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