Being blunt, if you had applied for PR now, you probably wouldn't have got it, given your profile (low basic salary and ethnicity). This may be what weighs on your current application.humanity wrote: ↑Mon, 07 Sep 2020 5:48 pmHi,humanity wrote: ↑Tue, 07 Jul 2020 10:40 amThanks SF for your feedback. Last rejection was received 1 year ago after 6 months waiting period. Agreed with your point on assured salary. My basic annual pay is 110K.singaporeflyer wrote: ↑Tue, 07 Jul 2020 12:21 am
When was last rejection? Wait till year end and see if you can slightly improve your salary and then apply again? Also what is your basic salary? That is what counts as assured salary. Variable/Bonus etc MAY not be taken into consideration as they may or may not come/be given. That is why ICA will clearly ask for the BASIC salary.
Can I please get your valuable advice from other experts as well whether I can apply PR for my spouse and daughter with the above profile this month. Thanks in advance.
Do you still suggest me to wait till this year-end. Thanks.
I would wait until late 2021 or even early 2022 for reapplying.
Your basic salary is quite low, which stands against you. Your wife doesn't work and you have a daughter. So the balance of what you put into Singapore and what you and your family potentially take out, is in your favour, not in the country's.
You should get your wife to work so that as a family unit your family pay is higher.
Also, your child would be eligible for primary school in a couple of years. I have a sneaky suspicion the gahmen is trying to slow the numbers of PRs with kids who could get into local primary schools (given complaints about PRs in local schools).