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PR Chances for Malaysian Male

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PR Chances for Malaysian Male

Post by aviciii » Tue, 14 Aug 2018 2:38 pm

Im planning to apply for PR in the following month, kindly help evaluate my chances

Age: 22
Gender: Male
Citzen: Malaysian Chinese
Malaysian Education : Diploma in Hospitality & tourism management
Employment in SG: Restaurant Supervisor
Year of stay : 1 year 6 month
Income : $2.4k / $30k p.a
Tax : not eligible first year
No family member in Singapore

All comments are appreciated. Thank you.

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Re: PR Chances for Malaysian Male

Post by singaporeflyer » Tue, 14 Aug 2018 3:28 pm

aviciii wrote:Im planning to apply for PR in the following month, kindly help evaluate my chances

Age: 22
Gender: Male
Citzen: Malaysian Chinese
Malaysian Education : Diploma in Hospitality & tourism management
Employment in SG: Restaurant Supervisor
Year of stay : 1 year 6 month
Income : $2.4k / $30k p.a
Tax : not eligible first year
No family member in Singapore

All comments are appreciated. Thank you.
Wait for one year and then apply? You are still young and no need to worry :)

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Re: PR Chances for Malaysian Male

Post by sundaymorningstaple » Tue, 14 Aug 2018 10:05 pm

I concur.

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Re: PR Chances for Malaysian Male

Post by aviciii » Wed, 15 Aug 2018 1:22 am

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Re: PR Chances for Malaysian Male

Post by singaporeflyer » Wed, 15 Aug 2018 9:54 am

aviciii wrote:I was thinking of applying for PR first even tho it'll probably get rejected. then re-apply after a year with new facts. As it shows that i am persistent with projecting myself in Singapore
You can do that and no one is stopping you.

Staying for 2 years won't show that you are persistent.

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Re: PR Chances for Malaysian Male

Post by sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 15 Aug 2018 2:47 pm

Yep. Staying for 2 years before applying will just be showing them that you know how to follow rules. That is something Singapore likes. Oppies are persistent, governments don't like them. ;-)

On second thought, go ahead and make a nuisance of yourself. It might be a good learning experience. :-k

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Re: PR Chances for Malaysian Male

Post by bcheng74 » Wed, 15 Aug 2018 8:25 pm

aviciii wrote:I was thinking of applying for PR first even tho it'll probably get rejected. then re-apply after a year with new facts. As it shows that i am persistent with projecting myself in Singapore

Someone shared that he has applied 8 times in 8 years, all got rejected. Persistence is not demonstrated through repeated applications.




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Re: PR Chances for Malaysian Male

Post by bcheng74 » Wed, 15 Aug 2018 8:26 pm

aviciii wrote:I was thinking of applying for PR first even tho it'll probably get rejected. then re-apply after a year with new facts. As it shows that i am persistent with projecting myself in Singapore

Someone shared that he has applied 8 times in 8 years, all got rejected. Persistence is not demonstrated through repeated applications.




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Re: PR Chances for Malaysian Male

Post by aviciii » Wed, 15 Aug 2018 11:39 pm

thanks for the feedback, much appreciated.

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Re: PR Chances for Malaysian Male

Post by borneankid » Fri, 24 Aug 2018 5:41 pm

Think you have to take into account who you work for. Is your employer's business doing well? Doesnt necessarily have to be about the size of the company, but more so if the company is profitable (ie paying tax). I say this because I have 2 other friends that submitted the same time as me in similar industries, their PR got approved but mine rejected. And based on my deductions, it is boiled down to the difference in employer.

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Re: PR Chances for Malaysian Male

Post by zDarkAngelz » Sat, 25 Aug 2018 10:29 pm

aviciii wrote:Im planning to apply for PR in the following month, kindly help evaluate my chances

Age: 22
Gender: Male
Citzen: Malaysian Chinese
Malaysian Education : Diploma in Hospitality & tourism management
Employment in SG: Restaurant Supervisor
Year of stay : 1 year 6 month
Income : $2.4k / $30k p.a
Tax : not eligible first year
No family member in Singapore

All comments are appreciated. Thank you.
What are you waiting for? The odds are strongly in your favour.

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