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Uma Sankar
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Hi please guide me to get a PR

Postby Uma Sankar » Sat, 29 Dec 2018 2:02 pm

Hi my name is sankar and have been living from 32 months with spass as an electrical engineer. My every month pay is 2300$ and paid tax twice untill now. Is there any chances to get PR when i apply at the starting of 2019?

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Re: Hi please guide me to get a PR

Postby singaporeflyer » Mon, 31 Dec 2018 3:45 pm

Uma Sankar wrote:Hi my name is sankar and have been living from 32 months with spass as an electrical engineer. My every month pay is 2300$ and paid tax twice untill now. Is there any chances to get PR when i apply at the starting of 2019?


Sorry to say, that your chances at the moment are NIL

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Postby honeycarey » Tue, 01 Jan 2019 6:16 pm

singaporeflyer wrote:
Uma Sankar wrote:Hi my name is sankar and have been living from 32 months with spass as an electrical engineer. My every month pay is 2300$ and paid tax twice untill now. Is there any chances to get PR when i apply at the starting of 2019?


Sorry to say, that your chances at the moment are NIL

Why though?


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Re: Hi please guide me to get a PR

Postby BBCDoc » Tue, 01 Jan 2019 7:31 pm

Take the PR application fee and bet it all on either black or red at either of the casinos. Those chances of success are significantly better than PR.

Amirite? Amirite?



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Re: Hi please guide me to get a PR

Postby singaporeflyer » Tue, 01 Jan 2019 8:26 pm

honeycarey wrote:
singaporeflyer wrote:
Uma Sankar wrote:Hi my name is sankar and have been living from 32 months with spass as an electrical engineer. My every month pay is 2300$ and paid tax twice untill now. Is there any chances to get PR when i apply at the starting of 2019?


Sorry to say, that your chances at the moment are NIL

Why though?


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When applicants on Employment pass and higher salaries are finding it tough to get PR, how will it be feasible for someone on S Pass and from the subcontinent to get PR? Let's be realistic.

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Re: Hi please guide me to get a PR

Postby honeycarey » Tue, 01 Jan 2019 8:31 pm

singaporeflyer wrote:
honeycarey wrote:
singaporeflyer wrote:
Sorry to say, that your chances at the moment are NIL

Why though?


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When applicants on Employment pass and higher salaries are finding it tough to get PR, how will it be feasible for someone on S Pass and from the subcontinent to get PR? Let's be realistic.


I've personally seen 2 of my colleagues holding SPass with $2,400 salaries getting their PRs and one of my close friends having an EP with $4,100 salaries being rejected for PR.

Pass type and salaries are not the determining factors of getting PR.


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Re: Hi please guide me to get a PR

Postby singaporeflyer » Tue, 01 Jan 2019 9:04 pm

honeycarey wrote:
singaporeflyer wrote:
honeycarey wrote:Why though?


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When applicants on Employment pass and higher salaries are finding it tough to get PR, how will it be feasible for someone on S Pass and from the subcontinent to get PR? Let's be realistic.


I've personally seen 2 of my colleagues holding SPass with $2,400 salaries getting their PRs and one of my close friends having an EP with $4,100 salaries being rejected for PR.

Pass type and salaries are not the determining factors of getting PR.


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Did you see the word subcontinent in my comment? Are your colleagues from the subcontinent? I bet that they are NOT.

In your case, your colleagues would have been from Malaysia? Right?


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