What difference does it make? The rejection and circumstances of another application have absolutely no bearing on what is going to happen to your application. Again, you know absolutely nothing about the details of the family that was rejected, other than they were Indian. Whether their income was more or less than yours gives you zero evidence as to whether you will be approved or rejected... you might make more and be rejected anyway, you might make less and be accepted.NorthIndian wrote:hi , what is your annual income? What did rejection letter say? When did you submit all documents?
What do you think why did it rejected?
Here are a couple of possibilities... no idea if they are relevant to him. He works for a multi-national that transfers its executives every couple of years. He has no staying power... he will move wherever the company wants him to move. Not a good choice for citizenship.NorthIndian wrote:Considering Doctor is quite prestigious profession, I am just wondering what could be cause of rejection , given that whole family is a PR. Yeah, I am just doing guess work in absence of facts. Now, it is sounding more like a citizenship lottery like H1B or US citizenship lottery, for Indians specially.
Cant say this for sure. Had a friend who has been in SG for the last 15 years and 2 kids born in SG. Still had it rejected. This is very recent rejection.yesitsme wrote:Purely based on anecdotal evidence, after a second REP renewal (read 10 years of continuous stay) seems to increase the citizenship hit rate noticeably for Indian origin applicants
volunteering no longer holds any cachet with ICA here as too many have abused it but volunteering until the get PR sor Citizenship and the stop. Now, makes no difference whether you volunteer or not as you all have been tarred with the same brush. You only need to thank your countrymen who came before you.
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