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Young Malaysian applying for PR odds?

Postby dovahkiin » Tue, 19 Jul 2016 11:42 am

Hello!

I've been in Singapore for awhile now, and would like to know if it's time for me to try for PR?

Details :
- Malaysian/Female/22
- Been in Singapore since 2012 (Total 4 years in Singapore)
- Graduated from Lasalle College Singapore with a Diploma in Design Communications
- Currently S pass holder. Working as a creative designer in a Digital Marketing Agency for 4 months
- Living with an Aunt who is a PR (for over 20 years) and has a condo here
- Paying off my government bond which means I will have to be working here for the next 3 years (and ofcourse planning to continue working here thereafter)

I would like to know what are the chances for me to get a PR or is it still too early to try and I should wait a little longer?

Appreciate your response.

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Re: Young Malaysian applying for PR odds?

Postby Barnsley » Tue, 19 Jul 2016 4:49 pm

dovahkiin wrote:Hello!

I've been in Singapore for awhile now, and would like to know if it's time for me to try for PR?

Details :
- Malaysian/Female/22
- Been in Singapore since 2012 (Total 4 years in Singapore)
- Graduated from Lasalle College Singapore with a Diploma in Design Communications
- Currently S pass holder. Working as a creative designer in a Digital Marketing Agency for 4 months
- Living with an Aunt who is a PR (for over 20 years) and has a condo here
- Paying off my government bond which means I will have to be working here for the next 3 years (and ofcourse planning to continue working here thereafter)

I would like to know what are the chances for me to get a PR or is it still too early to try and I should wait a little longer?

Appreciate your response.


If you are chinese ethnicity you are a shoe at some point.

If you haven't paid the stated numbered years of tax then you may have to wait until then , but it will come at some point. I wouldn't worry about it :D
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