Chances of getting SC

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Chances of getting SC

Post by nat0 » Mon, 18 Nov 2019 12:14 am

hi all, can anyone advise the chances of us getting SC?

- Applied as a family: Husband (37yo) wife (32yo), son (2yo)
- Husband and wife stayed in SG for 5.5yrs, both PR for 3 years now, son gotten his PR since 4mo.
- Malaysian Chinese
- Annual income combined : 102k
- Education: Hub diploma, wife degree
- Occupation: Hub branding a.manager, wife financial accountant
- no property in Malaysia and renting whole unit in SG now

what's the average waiting time for such profiles based on your observations?
paid $300 for the application online, no refund will be given if rejected right?

thanks everyone for reading..

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Post by singaporeflyer » Mon, 18 Nov 2019 9:54 am

nat0 wrote:
Mon, 18 Nov 2019 12:14 am
hi all, can anyone advise the chances of us getting SC?

- Applied as a family: Husband (37yo) wife (32yo), son (2yo)
- Husband and wife stayed in SG for 5.5yrs, both PR for 3 years now, son gotten his PR since 4mo.
- Malaysian Chinese
- Annual income combined : 102k
- Education: Hub diploma, wife degree
- Occupation: Hub branding a.manager, wife financial accountant
- no property in Malaysia and renting whole unit in SG now

what's the average waiting time for such profiles based on your observations?
paid $300 for the application online, no refund will be given if rejected right?

thanks everyone for reading..
70% chance. Even if rejected now, wait for 2 years and reapply after 1 REP renewal.

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Re: Chances of getting SC

Post by shuigao » Mon, 18 Nov 2019 2:24 pm

nat0 wrote:
Mon, 18 Nov 2019 12:14 am
what's the average waiting time for such profiles based on your observations?
Mine was 7 months waiting time this year (applied Feb, approved Sep). M'sian Chinese, Husband + Wife (no kids), both of us ~11 years in SG of which ~8 years SPR, age also more or less around yours.
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Re: Chances of getting SC

Post by nat0 » Thu, 25 Jun 2020 1:19 pm

hey all... just to update...
we have received our AIP today... waited 7 months!

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 25 Jun 2020 8:01 pm

Congratulations. Seems if M'sians and qualified, around 7~10 months seems spot on. But you also did it correctly by getting your son PR as well. That is probably what really nailed it! Again, Congrats!
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