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PR Approval Chances (Malaysian Chinese)

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PR Approval Chances (Malaysian Chinese)

Postby xstarx_99 » Fri, 08 Jan 2016 9:02 pm

Hi everyone, have been following this thread for quite sometime and would like some advice regarding the chances of approval based on my hubby's PR application. Our profile as follows:

Him:
Nationality: Malaysian Chinese
Duration: Almost 7 years in SG on work permit
Salary: $2500+
Education lvl: Passed SPM

Me (sponsor)
SG Citizen
Degree in Business (NTU)
Salary: $4000

We ROM in June last year and applied for PR sometime in mid-Oct 2015. Status is currently pending. Am I being too anxious? :P As we have already ROM-ed, we are hoping to get our own flat this year before planning for the wedding ceremony.

Appreciate any form of advice. Will be nice to hear from people with a similar profile. Thank you :)

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Re: PR Approval Chances (Malaysian Chinese)

Postby tomtomtom » Fri, 08 Jan 2016 9:33 pm

Chances are on higher side imo. Good luck

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Re: PR Approval Chances (Malaysian Chinese)

Postby niceit198 » Sun, 17 Jan 2016 1:20 am

chance seem to be good, my friend profile are lower than your both his get 1 year ago. about 4mths waiting time

xstarx_99 wrote:Hi everyone, have been following this thread for quite sometime and would like some advice regarding the chances of approval based on my hubby's PR application. Our profile as follows:

Him:
Nationality: Malaysian Chinese
Duration: Almost 7 years in SG on work permit
Salary: $2500+
Education lvl: Passed SPM

Me (sponsor)
SG Citizen
Degree in Business (NTU)
Salary: $4000

We ROM in June last year and applied for PR sometime in mid-Oct 2015. Status is currently pending. Am I being too anxious? :P As we have already ROM-ed, we are hoping to get our own flat this year before planning for the wedding ceremony.

Appreciate any form of advice. Will be nice to hear from people with a similar profile. Thank you :)

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Re: PR Approval Chances (Malaysian Chinese)

Postby xstarx_99 » Fri, 22 Jan 2016 10:30 am

Update: The status just changed to Approved! So thankful and so happy :)))


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