QFP !!!cyberelite wrote:I'm a Filipino PR (8 years), mid 30's and have been working in the IT and Telco industry. I'm earning around 3.5k a month ( I know its not a lot) and have a housewife who's on long term social visit pass renewable yearly, no kids yet. I've applied for citizenship 2 years ago and got rejected last year.
I understand that the situation above does not paint a very good picture if I do re-apply for Singapore Citizenship given a similar situation.
Recently however, a close old family relative of my wife, who is stricken with cancer decided to transfer a huge sum of bond investment account to us amounting to around ..
Question is, if I re-apply for citizenship now, is there any chance that I will be granted citizenship this time around? Any advise when is the best time to re-apply for citizenship?
You got me stunned at the ****censored**** .. and still working for 3.5k per month.cyberelite wrote:QFP? Kindly elaborate?
If you are still talking of $s, not pesos, you can always invest in Singapore Bonds and such, somebody from the financial line here may give you some idea.cyberelite wrote:regarding GIP, I have no business background and I have been advised by some chinese fung shui master which is a close acquaintance of my wife's family, not to engage in business so I'm out of luck on GIP.
Perhaps Ill just re-apply and see how it goes.
cyberelite wrote:PNGMK - its not in trust. The wealth manager proposed to put it in trust (they just need to deduct $1m) which was declined and was named directly to my wife. Im just curious if this will help with my SG citizenship application should I decide to re-apply.
My 2 cents (no offense) If he lived in Philippines with ****censored****, there being not much privacy, all and every tom dick and harry will know and will want a piece of it. And with ****censored****, he has to rub shoulders with the uber rich of tans and sys and such, whether he likes it or notPNGMK wrote:cyberelite wrote:PNGMK - its not in trust. The wealth manager proposed to put it in trust (they just need to deduct $) which was declined and was named directly to my wife. Im just curious if this will help with my SG citizenship application should I decide to re-apply.
I honestly don't know but why don't you reframe the question. Most people of your ilk are in Singapore to become richer and go home or somewhere else. What if you thought of it that way?
Why do you want to stay in Singapore?
I better QFP before he tries to delete this one toocyberelite wrote:i like it here. I find everything comfortable, safe for my family, good food, nice parks and Singaporeans can easily be trusted.. I can say I fell in love with the people, culture and the country. (although sometimes I get a brush with some xenophobes who look down on me when they hear my accent)
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