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PR chances in 6th submission

Postby kathirkmn » Wed, 12 Oct 2016 11:28 am

Hi my name is Kathir I am following this forum for quite some time and this is my first post here. I have booked my appointment for PR application submission in next year April 2017. I am seeking for your great advices and suggestion before I procced my submission. (Already got rejected 5 times)
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Pass type: Employment pass Job: Project Manager Salary:5.1K
Nationality: Indian (Tamil) Education: Diploma in Civil (India), Diploma in WSH (Singapore), 15 no’s of local certificate courses Age:32 Yrs
Income Tax paid: 8 yrs Marital status: married (2011) Children’s: 2 boys (4 yrs &2yrs) Spouse: Indian (25yrs), Bachelor degree. (No working)
Here is my Working history. Employer 1 -Oct 2004-July 2007- Work permit -General worker(S$540+OT)
Employer 2 -Aug 2007-Dec 2008- Work permit- Site supervisor (S$1700) Employer 3-Jan 2009-april 2012-Spass – Site Supervisor(S$2650) May 2012-April 2013- Project Engineer (promoted within same company) (S$3200) May 2013- April 2016-PojectManger (promoted within same company) (S$4300) May 2016-Sep 2016-Break (back to India with Family) (canceled my S pass, wife and kids dependent passes)
Oct 2016- Employment Pass-Project manager (join back to same company)(S$5100) Thanks in Advance


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Re: PR chances in 6th submission

Postby Strong Eagle » Wed, 12 Oct 2016 11:55 am

Keep beating your head against the wall.

You don't make enough money for the number of years of experience you have.
You have left the country, demonstrating that your allegiance is impermanent, at best.
You are of the wrong ethnic background for the Chinese that run the country.

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Re: PR chances in 6th submission

Postby singaporeflyer » Wed, 12 Oct 2016 7:03 pm

kathirkmn wrote:Hi my name is Kathir
I am following this forum for quite some time and this is my first post here. I have booked my
appointment for PR application submission in next year April 2017. I am seeking for your great advices
and suggestion before I procced my submission. (Already got rejected 5 times)

Profile:
Pass type: Employment pass
Job: Project Manager
Salary:5.1K
Nationality: Indian (Tamil)
Education: Diploma in Civil (India), Diploma in WSH (Singapore), 15 no’s of local certificate courses
Age:32 Yrs
Income Tax paid: 8 yrs
Marital status: married (2011)
Children’s: 2 boys (4 yrs &2yrs)
Spouse: Indian (25yrs), Bachelor degree. (No working)

Here is my Working history.
Employer 1 -Oct 2004-July 2007- Work permit -General worker(S$540+OT)
Employer 2 -Aug 2007-Dec 2008- Work permit- Site supervisor (S$1700)
Employer 3-Jan 2009-april 2012-Spass – Site Supervisor(S$2650)
May 2012-April 2013- Project Engineer (promoted within same company) (S$3200)
May 2013- April 2016-PojectManger (promoted within same company) (S$4300)
May 2016-Sep 2016-Break (back to India with Family) (canceled my S pass, wife and kids dependent
passes)
Oct 2016- Employment Pass-Project manager (join back to same company)(S$5100)
Thanks in Advance


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As what SE said, you left the country and this will make your chance close to almost zero.

Were the kids born here?

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Re: PR chances in 6th submission

Postby kathirkmn » Wed, 12 Oct 2016 7:25 pm

No, both kids were born in India.


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Re: PR chances in 6th submission

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 12 Oct 2016 11:33 pm

Wouldn't matter where the kids were born. Neither parent is a PR or SGC so it's immaterial. However, what does matter is if the kids are on the PR application. If not, forget it. Frankly, I don't think you have much of a chance even if there kids were born here. Stranger things have happened, but I wouldn't get your hopes up.

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Re: PR chances in 6th submission

Postby kathirkmn » Thu, 13 Oct 2016 9:09 pm

Thanks to all!
Really appreciated for your prompt responses. I will update here if any strange thing happens.


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