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PR Application (Self Msian, sponsor son Msian), to sponsor Chinese Hubby also? Dilemma!

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chiaumeigan
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PR Application (Self Msian, sponsor son Msian), to sponsor Chinese Hubby also? Dilemma!

Postby chiaumeigan » Wed, 11 Jul 2018 11:54 pm

Dear all,

I (Malaysian lady) would like to seek your kind advice.

1st application - rejected (self application after 2 years of working under Employment Pass + sponsor Chinese hubby (who has dependent pass sponsored by me is working in china). Son is not included in the sponsorship.

Currently considering to go for 2nd application - self + sponsor 1 year old Malaysian son. Dilemma is not sure if SHOULD I ALSO SPONSOR MY CHINESE HUBBY in this application OR i should sponsor him after i get my PR. I wish that he can get PR soon as he had tried looking for job last year in Singapore but is tough to get a suitable job as he is chinese + no PR. I heard that applying as a family will have higher chance of getting PR. A friend of mine has recently gotten PR (self + sponsor 2 Malaysian kids + sponsor a Malaysian hubby who is working in Malaysia). Of course, I am also aware that Chinese and Malaysia are treated differently under PR application consideration.

Anyone has similar situation as me? Kindly advise. Thanks.

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Re: PR Application (Self Msian, sponsor son Msian), to sponsor Chinese Hubby also? Dilemma!

Postby bcheng74 » Thu, 12 Jul 2018 2:57 am

Why are you unsure if you should include your Chinese husband?

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Re: PR Application (Self Msian, sponsor son Msian), to sponsor Chinese Hubby also? Dilemma!

Postby svnebh » Sat, 14 Jul 2018 12:14 pm

Apply for yourself and your son first. Once you are approved, He can be on LTVP and find work here. I don't think you can import him directly from China and expect the government to hand him PR so you have "perfect" arrangements.


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