Keywords. Quota, Integration, and contribution to Singapore.Anjana Shri wrote: ↑Fri, 30 Oct 2020 11:00 amHi All,
I would like to know our chances of getting PR
My husband's Profile
Education: BE in India (Masters in Electronics in NTU Singapore-Full time)
Length of Stay: 2013- 2020 7 years
Nature of Job: Semiconductors -one of the reputed companies in Singapore holding E Pass
Role: Lead Engineer
Salary: 85 k+other benefits
Tax Assessment: 4-5 times
Kid: 1 baby boy to be born 2021 feb
Social activities: Every month some % of salary to help cancer patients
Education: BE Computer Science India
Length of Stay: 4years
Role: Embedded system engineer holding S Pass
We have no investments and savings in India. We are so keen in residing in Singapore. Our profile is rejected about 3 times. We are going to apply again after my baby going to born in feb 2021. Salary increment and promotion is very stable. So please help to find our approval chance
Integration: start evolving into a kopitiam uncle in the hdb heartlands.
Contribution: Produce male heirs to be cannon fodders.
Jokes aside. Its quota that is of utmost importance. How to be the ideal candidate in that large pool of other Indian nationals. Salary is a component, and so is the age, and the likelihood to remain in Singapore for the long term.
But if the ones at the top has decided that there's too many Indians in the mix, there's really nothing you can do until the tide turns.
Fwiw, Singapore is 75% chinese or so, hence PR quotas will quite possibly be along those ratios.