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Bakulii wrote:Goodiebag wrote:therat wrote:2006 stay in Singapore at the age of 16 yrs old.
Parent are PR but when they have it. Unknown.
There is a possibility in the eye of ICA. To avoid become second generation PR and get away NS.
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They got it when I was finishing uni and cannot sponsor me anymore.
I have friends with much better salary and similar profile.. Just got rejected this month. So slim chance.
When it comes to PR or SC applications, nothing is impossible as we do not know the exact criteria being evaluated by ICA. For example in my case, i got my PR at the age of 44 after working on an EP for 2+ years but i did not own any property in Singapore. Likewise, when my SC was approved 4 years later, i still did not own any HDB or private property here (or own any businesses too).
Just wanted to put my point accross to say that every applications will be evaluated on its own merit so don't give up hope to re-apply in future after your situation has changed ie marriage to local, different job sector etc etc. Btw, i am not married to a local
Probably it's luck of the draw. What do I know. I'll try again in a few months.
Yes, surely sounds like he is paying for his parents deeds.jamie9vardy wrote:Goodiebag wrote:29 male
SP diploma and NTU degree
Stayed in Singapore since 2006
Parents are PR
7k basic + 2k allowance + 2 months bonus
IT analyst in Finance industry
Started this job for 6 months
6 years of IRAS tax assessments
A few IT certificates
What are my chances to apply PR again?
Last rejection was in 2016
Also what else help?
Having endowment long term plans? Buying a condo? Learning Chinese? Volunteering? Donations?
I'm out of ideas here.
Just shoot me your honest answers
Have been here since 2006, Male and parents are PR... Just curious, any reasons why your parents did not include you in their PR application(s) back then, presumably you have not come of age when they obtained PR?
If they had applied for you and got approved, you would have been a 2nd generation PR and ________________. Right?
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Spot on WD! Sure sounds like it to me as well.
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