Any advice said in this forum (staying longer, working in particular industry, etc) is myth and creates idea of improving chances.
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So those letters saying "apply after x months" vs those saying "you may continue to work .. ."
Why would ICA say that ?
Personally, I have seen guys who applied after 3 years in Singapore having more success than the quick rejection of those who applied sooner. Including Malaysians.
PS, about kids, can re-manufacture the kids, right ? Pun intended.
HelloPR wrote:If I do appeal, will it help? If I would appeal, what should be basis of that?
Appeals should have reasonable grounds. Like your pay went up, you won some award, you got a patent etc. So what changed for you to ask for an appeal ? Burning desire to sink roots in Singapore is not a ground for appeal, sad to say ...
Otherwise, my 2 cents ? Your appeal will be considered, you will be asked to resubmit all documents again, and go through the process and 99.99% see rejection.