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6 years studied and 3 years working, apply PR got any chance?

Postby gem_ng » Tue, 18 Jul 2017 9:51 am

Hi. My name is Vi. now my case is quite complicated and i need some advice please.

I have been studied in singapore from 2008 to 2014, graduated from university but in private school (MDIS). After graduted, i tried to look for a job but unsuccessful. After that, i kept travel to singapore on touris pass 1 month to seek for a job again. And i got refused from entry to singapore on latest 2014.
Then i still applied for a job thru internet and got offer from a company in singapore. I came back for interview and when submitted the document to apple Spass, i got rejected. Company did appeal and i got approval. Now i have been working nearly 3 years ( just renew spass fews months ago)

summary for my information:
Nationality: vietnamese
Race: Chineses
Age: 25
studied: 6 years in privated school
working: 3 years ( if until the end this years)
salary: 2k3
pass holding: spass
refuse entry to singapore : 1 time, after graduated.

i got my friend , he also same situations, but just got his pr approval since 1st time apply. the different is he is working as admin in singapore hospital. so the chance is much more higher.

so any idea? do i should try one time? or should i wait until 4 years ( renew pass 3rd time)?

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Re: Aviva MyEasySaver

Postby Singaporeuser2007 » Tue, 18 Jul 2017 10:47 am

Mind to share info as follows:
-reason why Refused to enter Singapore.
-how many years of income tax contribution.


gem_ng wrote:summary for my information:
Nationality: vietnamese
Race: Chineses
Age: 25
studied: 6 years in privated school
working: 3 years ( if until the end this years)
salary: 2k3
pass holding: spass
refuse entry to singapore : 1 time, after graduated.

i got my friend , he also same situations, but just got his pr approval since 1st time apply. the different is he is working as admin in singapore hospital. so the chance is much more higher.

so any idea? do i should try one time? or should i wait until 4 years ( renew pass 3rd time)?



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Re: Aviva MyEasySaver

Postby gem_ng » Tue, 18 Jul 2017 10:59 am

[quote="Singaporeuser2007"]Mind to share info as follows:
-reason why Refused to enter Singapore.
-how many years of income tax contribution.


Thank you for your reply.
the reason i got refused to enter singapore coz i have come to singapore fews time . like 1 month then applied another visa 1 month. then back to vietnam ard 2,3 weeks. then come again. my main purposes was looking for a job . may be they thought i was chicken.hahaha.
i got 1 year tax contribution on 2017 - but i work on 2015. im not sure why 2016 i dont have. will discuss with my hr again.

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Re: 6 years studied and 3 years working, apply PR got any chance?

Postby yolo123 » Wed, 19 Jul 2017 4:25 pm

i think u should wait till rcvd 3 income tax letters. your salary quite low to have chance for pr approval.

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Re: 6 years studied and 3 years working, apply PR got any chance?

Postby Singaporeuser2007 » Tue, 19 Sep 2017 6:03 pm

Dear Ms Vi
Even though your chances are quite slim.
Once you have 3 income taxes contribution that would stand a chance.
However, I would like to encourage you why not go and try.
I've some friend with same education background and role. But she got approved but mine wasn't .
Sometimes we all need a bit luck isn't it. The worst just reapply .

All the best .

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