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PR approved for indian

Post by jamie9vardy » Mon, 22 Oct 2018 5:33 pm

singaporeflyer wrote:Please dont mislead others. This is not at all fair
Come on, SF. If s/he could find this board and this particular topic, I’m pretty sure that s/he is able to google/visit ICA official website to know what are the minimum requirements and channels to apply for PR in FAQ and step-by-step guide, if s/he is serious about applying.

Even the topic of e-PR, which came into effect on 18/12/2017, has been posted numerous times (including one by myself) and SMS even bookmarked one of them as a sticky.

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Re: PR approved for indian

Post by sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 22 Oct 2018 9:39 pm

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Re: PR approved for indian

Post by kingofthebeasts » Mon, 18 Feb 2019 3:31 am

Wd40 wrote:
Shayan wrote:Hello Friends,

I would like share that my PR finally approved in 4th attempt on 30 September.
My profile is
Age :35
Nationally :indian
Stay in Singapore : 9 years
Salary can’t disclose as most of my colleagues might be seeing this message but >120k annually
Occupation: shared holder/ managing director in local company
Family : Wife , 1 male child and 1 Daughter
Applied on :1st March 2018

Please don’t lose hope..
Thanks
Congrats, but it offers no comfort for most people, if it takes one to be a company MD and generate local employment to get PR. I would not waste my $300.

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You have not seen the days when the government had sent out invitations to young boys with salaries less than S$3000 to apply for PR. What you are seeing now is noise. Correction is on its way.

My 2 cents: Don't pay much attention to such psychological slavery traps. Instead, keep good health, a sound mind, be happy and focus on contributing to society selflessly. If not Singapore, a better country will invite you once you have reached your true potential.

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