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LTVP for my Wife

Postby Edmlawkoh » Fri, 26 Feb 2016 2:13 pm

Hi guys,

I'm new here. Could I ask few days ago when I login to ICA website to check on my Wife LTVP status it show " Receiving Attention" but today I login again it showing the same status but this time round it also have the FIN number showed.

In the past it doesn't show at all. Is that FIN number stated give a good sight on my application for the LTVP? Please advise me

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Re: LTVP for my Wife

Postby bgd » Fri, 26 Feb 2016 2:15 pm

I guess. If they were going to reject they wouldn't go to the trouble of creating a Fin number.

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Re: LTVP for my Wife

Postby Edmlawkoh » Fri, 26 Feb 2016 2:18 pm

bgd wrote:I guess. If they were going to reject they wouldn't go to the trouble of creating a Fin number.


I hope what you have mention works. Praying hard and hope ICA can approve it

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Fri, 26 Feb 2016 4:06 pm

Every application is given a FIN number. It's the way you are tracked in Singapore. It's just like a US social security number. It's forever, successful or not. That way when you are rejected 4 times in 2 years they already know how many times you have applied and the fact that you cannot follow instructions. If you go away and come back two years later and apply for a job, you will find that your FIN number is still the same. The only time a FIN number is changed is when you get PR. At that time your FIN is changed to an NRIC number.

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Re: LTVP for my Wife

Postby Edmlawkoh » Fri, 26 Feb 2016 4:11 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:Every application is given a FIN number. It's the way you are tracked in Singapore. It's just like a US social security number. It's forever, successful or not. That way when you are rejected 4 times in 2 years they already know how many times you have applied and the fact that you cannot follow instructions. If you go away and come back two years later and apply for a job, you will find that your FIN number is still the same. The only time a FIN number is changed is when you get PR. At that time your FIN is changed to an NRIC number.


So which mean the application might not have any outcome yet?

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Fri, 26 Feb 2016 4:35 pm

All it means is the on line application was looked at and assigned a FIN number for further processing. You will know the results when that is done (either yea or nay). And the letter will have the FIN number on it if it's rejected or approved, either way.

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Re: LTVP for my Wife

Postby Edmlawkoh » Fri, 26 Feb 2016 4:40 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:All it means is the on line application was looked at and assigned a FIN number for further processing. You will know the results when that is done (either yea or nay). And the letter will have the FIN number on it if it's rejected or approved, either way.


Sigh..... I apply the pre marriage one first and gotten the result yesterday stated it was not successful. Before getting this result I already ROM with my Wife and when we went down to ICA for extension of her visit pass the officer there told me to apply LYVP on the next day.

Now my heart is pumping very fast and scared it will not be approved for her LTVP

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Re: LTVP for my Wife

Postby michelk » Sat, 27 Feb 2016 10:35 am

LTVP+ holders will also be eligible for healthcare and employment benefits.

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Re: LTVP for my Wife

Postby muhammed_7777 » Wed, 09 Mar 2016 2:32 am

I applied for ltvp one month ago as my spouse is singaporean. Ica sent me email asking for submitting some original documents including marriage preparation courses . But the msf office told me i cant sign up for the course as its not the in principle letter yet... Is there any body saw a case like this before

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Re: LTVP for my Wife

Postby ecureilx » Wed, 09 Mar 2016 9:44 am

muhammed_7777 wrote:I applied for ltvp one month ago as my spouse is singaporean. Ica sent me email asking for submitting some original documents including marriage preparation courses . But the msf office told me i cant sign up for the course as its not the in principle letter yet... Is there any body saw a case like this before

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I thought this is optional ? https://www.rom.gov.sg/resources/rom_marrProgram.asp

And I am not sure what you are asking here. If you don't have the prep course, just say so. Where did you marry ?

You need to present your marriage certificate in person, at ICA.

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Postby muhammed_7777 » Wed, 09 Mar 2016 11:27 am

muhammed_7777 wrote:I applied for ltvp one month ago as my spouse is singaporean. Ica sent me email asking for submitting some original documents including marriage preparation courses . But the msf office told me i cant sign up for the course as its not the in principle letter yet... Is there any body saw a case like this before

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muhammed_7777 wrote:I applied for ltvp one month ago as my spouse is singaporean. Ica sent me email asking for submitting some original documents including marriage preparation courses . But the msf office told me i cant sign up for the course as its not the in principle letter yet... Is there any body saw a case like this before

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I thought this is optional ? https://www.rom.gov.sg/resources/rom_marrProgram.asp

And I am not sure what you are asking here. If you don't have the prep course, just say so. Where did you marry ?

You need to present your marriage certificate in person, at ICA.

We are muslims thats why i need to apply for extra course called cinta abadi in arab street. But the lady there told me i cant sign up cz i dont have the approval letter yet. And i dont know why is ica asking for this original documents like marriage certificate and cpf of my spouse and her pays lips and my passport and de card snd marriage preparation courses and they ddnt approve it yet

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Re: RE: Re: LTVP for my Wife

Postby ecureilx » Wed, 09 Mar 2016 11:50 am

muhammed_7777 wrote:We are muslims thats why i need to apply for extra course called cinta abadi in arab street. But the lady there told me i cant sign up cz i dont have the approval letter yet. And i dont know why is ica asking for this original documents like marriage certificate and cpf of my spouse and her pays lips and my passport and de card snd marriage preparation courses and they ddnt approve it yet

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Oh, that's confusing now.

And what is your reluctance in showing the original documents and DE Card and such to ICA ?


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