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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby redhut » Sun, 20 Mar 2016 3:02 pm

Ecureilx, thanks

Besides Malaysian Chinese. High salary. What else usually tick the boxes?


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Postby Stephy@ » Sun, 20 Mar 2016 3:52 pm

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Don't lose hope.

You tick more boxes than most applicants. Salary is only one of the item taken into consideration.... and is not the only one.

Because of his 5 figure salary, lot286 thinks his salary is the only consideration. If he was so valuable, he would have bypassed the long waiting period he is undergoing ;)[/quote]

The reason I am very concern due to first experience and secondly probably my age compared to other young applicants.

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby Kchang21081982 » Sun, 20 Mar 2016 4:04 pm

Read a lot story!
Single status // will affect it is?

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby redhut » Mon, 21 Mar 2016 8:36 am

What does that mean? Single is more preferable?
Age? What is considered as young age but mature enough to stay for long term?


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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby x9200 » Mon, 21 Mar 2016 9:01 am

Age may be to taken to account as they consider the candidate for her/his potential contribution to the society and economy. If one is too old this contribution will be shorter term and also assimilation may not be so good. As some sort of extreme example, I think it is practically not possible (based on the race and medium level salary criteria alone) to get a PR if you are single and older than 50y. I think it would be already very difficult if this person is 40yo.

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby ecureilx » Mon, 21 Mar 2016 9:19 am

redhut wrote:What does that mean? Single is more preferable?
Age? What is considered as young age but mature enough to stay for long term?


Stephy@ wrote:The reason I am very concern due to first experience and secondly probably my age compared to other young applicants.


Kchang21081982 wrote:Read a lot story!
Single status // will affect it is?


You three guys need to cool down.

Unlike Australia and such countries, age doesn't play a large part, and that is unofficially known.

And officially, nothing is known.

As Sundaymorningstaple says, you buy your ticket, you take your chances.

Fretting over the success or failure rate or chance of failure won't do anything good. !!

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby gayan1991 » Mon, 21 Mar 2016 10:42 am

Only thing I believe they are looking for is, what you could do for this country, and the thing that you do is really matter to this country. Then age comes to the table. Single or married would barely affect their decision.


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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby PNGMK » Mon, 21 Mar 2016 10:48 am

I'm quite certain TFR is a factor... every successful female MY candidate I know of personally has been pre-menopausal.
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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby ecureilx » Mon, 21 Mar 2016 12:48 pm

PNGMK wrote:I'm quite certain TFR is a factor... every successful female MY candidate I know of personally has been pre-menopausal.


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No comments, but you are right !!

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby Kchang21081982 » Mon, 21 Mar 2016 4:58 pm

thanks ecureilx ..

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby Bakulii » Mon, 21 Mar 2016 5:27 pm

Age play very little role in the application, in my humble opinion.

I was 44 years old when PR got approved and 49 years old when SC got approved....wasn't owning any properties in Singapore at time of both applications too.

Guess somehow I ticked all the correct boxes in the invisible checklist.....

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Postby Kchang21081982 » Mon, 21 Mar 2016 5:32 pm

Bakulii wrote:Age play very little role in the application, in my humble opinion.

I was 44 years old when PR got approved and 49 years old when SC got approved....wasn't owning any properties in Singapore at time of both applications too.

Guess somehow I ticked all the correct boxes in the invisible checklist.....


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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby Strong Eagle » Mon, 21 Mar 2016 10:37 pm

Bakulii wrote:Age play very little role in the application, in my humble opinion.

I was 44 years old when PR got approved and 49 years old when SC got approved....wasn't owning any properties in Singapore at time of both applications too.

Guess somehow I ticked all the correct boxes in the invisible checklist.....


How long ago was that? My sense is that 10 years ago it didn't matter so much... now Singapore is much more interested in a younger demographic.

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Tue, 22 Mar 2016 12:15 am

SE, he was on a rapid Mover somehow. He started working here in July 2008 and got PR 1yr 4 months in according to his history on the board from 2009.

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby emelia1 » Tue, 22 Mar 2016 11:16 am

Hi can anyone enlighten me with regards to the PR application submission process...? Does the officer ask for documents in strictly this order below? (taken from explanatory notes)

Or should I lump my husband's and child's birth certs together with mine when they ask for "birth cert" or submit my husband's and my educational certs together when they ask for it? Or will they ask for my documents first and then ask for spouse's and child documents like birth cert, educational cert and all that? sorry I'm trying to arrange my documents and its messy now, I dont want to scour for my documents on the day of submission.

(a)Valid travel documents of all applicants.
(b) Identity card (if applicable);
(c)Employment Pass or S Pass;
(d)Educational certificates
(e)Official marriage certificate
(f)Birth certificate
(g)Testimonials from previous employer stating the
nature and duration of employment and also the
last drawn basic salary
(h)Payslips for the last 6 months;
(i)Income Tax Notices of Assessment for the last 3 years.
(j)Valid Business Registration Certificate
(k)Spouse’s educational certificates, birth certificate and identity card,
(l)Official birth certificates of children showing both parents’ names and the child’s name
and adoption
paper
(m)Death certificate or divorce certificate and the custody papers


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