Yours is a tough one to call. Being ethically Chinese, female and have been applying before you were 30. It could be due to the relatively low salary and maybe being a naturalised Canadian you’re perceived as not SC material as you’re unlikely to give up your Canadian passport.Jana8585 wrote:Hello! Much appreciate feedback/comments on my pr application chances.
I’ve submitted my application on Nov 2019 under PTS scheme. This is my 5th submission, the previous 4 submission was under PTS but not married.
Race: Chinese, Born in Hong Kong
Martial Status: Married to Chinese SC in 2018
Education: Bachelors - Marketing
Nature of Industry: business intelligence
Role: customer service
Tax file: 7-8 times (cannot remember the exact no of yrs)
Length of stay in SG: came since 2010, around 2013 I went back to Hong Kong for 6months
Thanks in advance!!
Now that you’re married to a local Chinese and would have been at least 2 years of marriage by end of this year, i.e. one year from date of application, your PTS case maybe treated as spouse-sponsored case. That would depend on your husband income level as well.
Maybe a 50% chance. Let’s see what other regulars think.