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Thoughts on my EPR Application

Postby nutbreaker » Sat, 03 Nov 2018 10:12 pm

Hello guys! I’d like to know your honest opinion about my PR application. Here are some details of myself:

Nationality: Filipino
Age: 27
Gender: Male
Civil Status: Single
Annual Income: 46K+
Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Occupation: Shift Operations Manager (E-commerce Retail Industry)
PR Application Date: October 06, 2018 (1st Attempt)
Duration in Singapore: Almost 5 years

Thank you for your time! God bless you all! :)

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Re: Thoughts on my EPR Application

Postby bro75 » Sun, 04 Nov 2018 9:43 am

Filipinos and other SEA nationalities (except Malaysians) have typically low chances of being approved for PR. Your profile is just about average but there is no harm in trying except for the SGD100 fee.

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Re: Thoughts on my EPR Application

Postby nutbreaker » Sun, 04 Nov 2018 1:12 pm

bro75 wrote:Filipinos and other SEA nationalities (except Malaysians) have typically low chances of being approved for PR. Your profile is just about average but there is no harm in trying except for the SGD100 fee.


Thanks for your feedback @bro75! Appreciate it! I’ll update here once I receive the result whether it is good or bad. Fingers crossed. ;)

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Re: Thoughts on my EPR Application

Postby singaporeflyer » Sun, 04 Nov 2018 8:41 pm

nutbreaker wrote:Hello guys! I’d like to know your honest opinion about my PR application. Here are some details of myself:

Nationality: Filipino
Age: 27
Gender: Male
Civil Status: Single
Annual Income: 46K+
Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Occupation: Shift Operations Manager (E-commerce Retail Industry)
PR Application Date: October 06, 2018 (1st Attempt)
Duration in Singapore: Almost 5 years

Thank you for your time! God bless you all! :)


Very low chance as Salary is not equivalent to work experience

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Re: Thoughts on my EPR Application

Postby nutbreaker » Mon, 05 Nov 2018 7:24 pm

singaporeflyer wrote:
nutbreaker wrote:Hello guys! I’d like to know your honest opinion about my PR application. Here are some details of myself:

Nationality: Filipino
Age: 27
Gender: Male
Civil Status: Single
Annual Income: 46K+
Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Occupation: Shift Operations Manager (E-commerce Retail Industry)
PR Application Date: October 06, 2018 (1st Attempt)
Duration in Singapore: Almost 5 years

Thank you for your time! God bless you all! :)


Very low chance as Salary is not equivalent to work experience

Thanks for your feedback singaporeflyer! :)

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Re: Thoughts on my EPR Application

Postby nutbreaker » Fri, 12 Apr 2019 11:38 am

nutbreaker wrote:Hello guys! I’d like to know your honest opinion about my PR application. Here are some details of myself:

Nationality: Filipino
Age: 27
Gender: Male
Civil Status: Single
Annual Income: 46K+
Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Occupation: Shift Operations Manager (E-commerce Retail Industry)
PR Application Date: October 06, 2018 (1st Attempt)
Duration in Singapore: Almost 5 years

Thank you for your time! God bless you all! :)



Hello guys, just to update you all. The result already out today and it was rejected. Better luck next time.

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Re: Thoughts on my EPR Application

Postby chairtaurus1976 » Tue, 16 Apr 2019 11:18 pm

its gonna be fine kabayan. I admire you for trying. Better try applying again next year.
Anyway just to continue your thread, i am also "planning" to apply for PR but when i read the replies here,i felt that hesitation already. Anyway how will i know also if i will not try.

for my status, allow me to borrow your template.

Nationality: Filipino
Age: 42
Gender: Female
Civil Status: Married w/o children
Annual Income: 60K+
Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Occupation: Accounts Manager
PR Application Date: Going to submit this week- as my first attempt
Duration in Singapore: 7 years ++

My fellow expats, what do you think are my chances?
I was just also inspired by my colleague whom the whole family were approved (with their 2kids). Her husband was the main applicant. They applied last Oct 2018 and was approved April 1, 2019. They are from Malaysia.

Anyway wish me luck...

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Re: Thoughts on my EPR Application

Postby singaporeflyer » Wed, 17 Apr 2019 9:34 pm

chairtaurus1976 wrote:its gonna be fine kabayan. I admire you for trying. Better try applying again next year.
Anyway just to continue your thread, i am also "planning" to apply for PR but when i read the replies here,i felt that hesitation already. Anyway how will i know also if i will not try.

for my status, allow me to borrow your template.

Nationality: Filipino
Age: 42
Gender: Female
Civil Status: Married w/o children
Annual Income: 60K+
Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Occupation: Accounts Manager
PR Application Date: Going to submit this week- as my first attempt
Duration in Singapore: 7 years ++

My fellow expats, what do you think are my chances?
I was just also inspired by my colleague whom the whole family were approved (with their 2kids). Her husband was the main applicant. They applied last Oct 2018 and was approved April 1, 2019. They are from Malaysia.

Anyway wish me luck...


It is not going to be easy based on what you have said. Not sure on how are you inspired, as they come from a totally different background, applied as an entire family, etc


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