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PR Chances

Relocating, travelling or planning to make Singapore home? Discuss the criterias, passes or visa that is required.
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Re: PR Chances

Post by Singaporeuser2007 » Fri, 14 Jul 2017 5:07 pm

malayporean wrote:Hi everyone, I'm new here and I really need help from you guys. I am born Malaysian but I have been here in Singapore since baby. I am a male. I studied here since primary school and have obtained a local degree in engineering. My family currently resides here as well. My dad passed away. My mom holds a long term pass, sis being a Singaporean, and brother holding a SPR. I am Chinese and turning 24 this year by the way. I have received PR application offer from the ICA back when I was in secondary school or JC but I did not apply because back then I didn't think so much about it. I just started working as an additive manufacturing engineer(3D printing) in Feb and has a monthly salary of 3.3k. I am holding an EP now. What do you think of my chances of getting SPR?

I am not a 2nd gen. Planning to apply through the PTS scheme.
Your profile seems pretty good.
Firstly you're educated from local school. And stay long enough in Singapore. Plus your whole family living and settle down here.
With EP holder, i don't see any reason why they don't give you PR.
Just stay within the company during application process , show much information /contribution to the Iras taxes
And certificates that you've

I've a friend applied graduated from NUS and got his PR with 3months

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Re: PR Chances

Post by Barnsley » Fri, 14 Jul 2017 6:13 pm

physice wrote:He was studying in Singapore since secondary school. Was offered PR before, but he refused since he didn't want to serve NS.

He applied the PR few years later, when he passed the age for NS (think around his thirty), and got accepted. No hassle, no rejection, no whatsoever. Quite smooth. His SPR was sponsored by NUS.
This is proper hilarious :D :D

I do enjoy these feel good stories where someone has clearly taken the piss and the Govt lets them :D

No wonder the keyboard warriors here get mightily pissed off when stuff like this happen.
Life is short, paddle harder!!

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