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Apply PR after 3 months. Any success story?

Postby singvoyage » Sun, 09 Jul 2017 9:58 pm

Hi,

I understand that the earliest someone can apply for PR is after 6 months working in Singapore.

Have you heard of any success story if apply only after 3 months in Singapore under Employment Pass?

Thank you.

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Re: Apply PR after 3 months. Any success story?

Postby singaporeflyer » Sun, 09 Jul 2017 10:46 pm

singvoyage wrote:Hi,

I understand that the earliest someone can apply for PR is after 6 months working in Singapore.

Have you heard of any success story if apply only after 3 months in Singapore under Employment Pass?

Thank you.


If you are a top scientist or an inventor in your field, may be yes. Else, please forget it after just 3 months..

Nowadays applicants are finding it tough to get it approved even after 3 years.

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Re: Apply PR after 3 months. Any success story?

Postby ecureilx » Sun, 09 Jul 2017 11:44 pm

singaporeflyer wrote:If you are a top scientist or an inventor in your field, may be yes. Else, please forget it after just 3 months..

Nowadays applicants are finding it tough to get it approved even after 3 years.


include, most favored race from most favoured country.. You fast forward.

Though no harm trying but have near zero expectations

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Re: Apply PR after 3 months. Any success story?

Postby PermanentRisk » Mon, 17 Jul 2017 3:27 pm

ecureilx wrote:
singaporeflyer wrote:If you are a top scientist or an inventor in your field, may be yes. Else, please forget it after just 3 months..

Nowadays applicants are finding it tough to get it approved even after 3 years.


include, most favored race from most favoured country.. You fast forward.

Though no harm trying but have near zero expectations


I think I might be guilty of this.

Anyway, for TS, do look up my post history and see if you can find whatever information that you're seeking.

In short, I submitted my application with less than 5 months of salary of my first job and got approved.

But I probably ticked all the right boxes: desired racial profile, late-20s, studied and stayed in SG > 5 years, good academic results, working in high demand industry, etc.

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Re: Apply PR after 3 months. Any success story?

Postby bcheng74 » Mon, 17 Jul 2017 8:45 pm

PermanentRisk wrote:
ecureilx wrote:
singaporeflyer wrote:If you are a top scientist or an inventor in your field, may be yes. Else, please forget it after just 3 months..

Nowadays applicants are finding it tough to get it approved even after 3 years.


include, most favored race from most favoured country.. You fast forward.

Though no harm trying but have near zero expectations


I think I might be guilty of this.

Anyway, for TS, do look up my post history and see if you can find whatever information that you're seeking.

In short, I submitted my application with less than 5 months of salary of my first job and got approved.

But I probably ticked all the right boxes: desired racial profile, late-20s, studied and stayed in SG > 5 years, good academic results, working in high demand industry, etc.


Nowadays it is even impossible to secure a slot in the next six months for submission of application to ICA, not to mention to apply within 3 months after getting EP.


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Re: Apply PR after 3 months. Any success story?

Postby Barnsley » Tue, 18 Jul 2017 12:04 am

bcheng74 wrote:
Nowadays it is even impossible to secure a slot in the next six months for submission of application to ICA, not to mention to apply within 3 months after getting EP.


If you check daily around 6:30 , you can probably get one within 2 weeks.

There are appointments coming up all the time , it just depends on the time you check the system.
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