Approval can take up to 6 months or longer.ashnght wrote:Hello! My European fiance & I (Singapore citizen) are going to ROM in Singapore in April. We are intending to apply for LTVP for him right after ROM & have gotten successful pre-marriage Long-Term Visit Pass assessment.
As LTVP takes ~6 weeks or more, he will fly back to EU to work until we get the In-Principal Approval (IPA). As we need to plan for the flights carefully due to budget, would be great if we can get some advice on:
1. How often are interviews required for LTVP? Is it typically near to the date of issuance of a Long-Term Visit Pass?
2. Is there any instances where he has to be in SG before the In-Principal Approval (IPA)?
3. Typically, how long does it take for the issuance of a Long-Term Visit Pass after completion of formalities? Does it take weeks?
Hi All, just FYI, I received feedback from ICA if all documents are ok, we'll be able to get the long term visit pass on the same day.ashnght wrote:Hi all,
We have received the In-Principle approval (Subjected to results of medical examination) for my husband!
Noticed from your experiences that it takes around 1 day from completion of formalities (Producing all original & copies of required documents + Medical examination) to getting the Long Term visit pass. Is this correct?
Hiashnght wrote:Hi, the email is the in principle approval right?
In the email, you would find the attached letter. If the letter indicates that 'has been approved In-principle ...' , then it means your LTVP is approved and the IPA letter is what you're reading.pprab wrote:It was an email, so is that considered an In principle letter? And both party need to go down? Eg my foreign spouse and myself?
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