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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby ecureilx » Tue, 22 Mar 2016 11:55 am

emelia1 wrote: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.


Keep the originals and the copies, with a seperator type file - if you can.

The officers tend to ask in somewhat the similar order, Original of Birth Certificate, and copy, and verify the copy and return the original.

You hold them, and give what they ask

Once the basic stuff has been accept, then you can give them the other documents, such as Nomination for the Nobel prize, young inventor award, Leading motivator at NDP Award, or Recognition for discovery of low cost fission.

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby emelia1 » Tue, 22 Mar 2016 12:33 pm

ecureilx wrote:
emelia1 wrote: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.


Keep the originals and the copies, with a seperator type file - if you can.

The officers tend to ask in somewhat the similar order, Original of Birth Certificate, and copy, and verify the copy and return the original.

You hold them, and give what they ask

Once the basic stuff has been accept, then you can give them the other documents, such as Nomination for the Nobel prize, young inventor award, Leading motivator at NDP Award, or Recognition for discovery of low cost fission.


your post made me smile to myself haha...

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby wwtan327 » Mon, 28 Mar 2016 11:24 am

Stephy@ wrote:Salary:$2200

your employer paid u 2.2 for a assistant manager?
i am from F&B too, local sme.

i am applying for PR too and its been the 6th month when i submitted my application end of september 2015.

good luck to you too! :D

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby Stephy@ » Mon, 28 Mar 2016 3:56 pm

wwtan327 wrote:
Stephy@ wrote:Salary:$2200

your employer paid u 2.2 for a assistant manager?
i am from F&B too, local sme.

i am applying for PR too and its been the 6th month when i submitted my application end of september 2015.

good luck to you too! :D


Kindly share your details for reference please, hope can get some luck from you.

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby Bakulii » Wed, 30 Mar 2016 3:21 pm

Strong Eagle wrote:
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.



Hi SE, sorry for late response as I was too busy with work.
Fyi, my SC was approved end 2014, so this wasn't too long ago.... :)

My wife and son remained as PR as they weren't included in my SC application and there were no questions asked by ICA on why this is so. We had our own reasons for doing this, in case someone is curious to know......

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby wwtan327 » Mon, 20 Jun 2016 3:10 pm

Stephy@ wrote:
wwtan327 wrote:
Stephy@ wrote:Salary:$2200

your employer paid u 2.2 for a assistant manager?
i am from F&B too, local sme.

i am applying for PR too and its been the 6th month when i submitted my application end of september 2015.

good luck to you too! :D


Kindly share your details for reference please, hope can get some luck from you.


hi, just to update. my application is approved.

how about urs?

:D

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby Stephy@ » Mon, 20 Jun 2016 3:19 pm

wwtan327 wrote:
Stephy@ wrote:
wwtan327 wrote:your employer paid u 2.2 for a assistant manager?
i am from F&B too, local sme.

i am applying for PR too and its been the 6th month when i submitted my application end of september 2015.

good luck to you too! :D


Kindly share your details for reference please, hope can get some luck from you.


hi, just to update. my application is approved.

how about urs?

:D


Hi, my one had been rejected for twice. Disappointed.

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby ironman-s » Fri, 24 Jun 2016 11:13 am

hi stephy
my just rejected last friday for 1st attempt. sad sad sad. tot really have high hope...

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby Stephy@ » Fri, 24 Jun 2016 5:01 pm

ironman-s wrote:hi stephy
my just rejected last friday for 1st attempt. sad sad sad. tot really have high hope...

It is true very sad. I try my best to apply. :cry:

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby ironman-s » Fri, 24 Jun 2016 5:25 pm

yes, me too very sad sad sad... i'll try 2nd attempt next yr while i'm taking PT RHUL degree now.
You too, do not lose heart, re-apply again. Jiayou...

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby Stephy@ » Fri, 24 Jun 2016 5:26 pm

ironman-s wrote:yes, me too very sad sad sad... i'll try 2nd attempt next yr while i'm taking PT RHUL degree now.
You too, do not lose heart, re-apply again. Jiayou...

Jiayou.....

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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby gayan1991 » Fri, 24 Jun 2016 5:56 pm

ironman-s wrote:hi stephy
my just rejected last friday for 1st attempt. sad sad sad. tot really have high hope...

How Long have you worked in Singapore and over all experience?


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Re: Evaluation for PR applications

Postby Stephy@ » Fri, 24 Jun 2016 10:35 pm

gayan1991 wrote:
ironman-s wrote:hi stephy
my just rejected last friday for 1st attempt. sad sad sad. tot really have high hope...

How Long have you worked in Singapore and over all experience?


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I worked 6 years in singapore with 9 years working experiences.


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