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PMLA After ROMM

Post by Sbk » Fri, 06 Mar 2020 9:00 am

Hi guys, i have searched deep but i couldn't find any post related to this question.

Has anyone applied PMLA after marriage in Singapore and got an approval?

I know it is meant for couples who are yet to get married, but i dont see anywhere on the advisory note or ICA website that says the PMLA can strictly be submitted prior to registering marriage and not after.

Any input would be appreciated.

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Re: PMLA After ROMM

Post by MOCHS » Fri, 06 Mar 2020 9:39 pm

The PM in PMLA stands for "Pre-Marriage"... Pretty sure that is self-explanatory already.

Maybe the ICA would check the marriage registry to see if you're married or not when you apply for PMLA. Do you want to risk it with ICA?

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Re: PMLA After ROMM

Post by Sbk » Fri, 06 Mar 2020 10:07 pm

Its not about risking it, when applying the PMLA, there is a field you need to declare if married or single, hence ICA will automatically know if you are single or married to begin with. Anyway i just wanted to check if someone else has attempted that in the past, worst case scenario is, it gets rejected with no reason. There is still LTVP, but obviously will take longer.
Thanks for your response.

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Re: PMLA After ROMM

Post by sundaymorningstaple » Fri, 06 Mar 2020 10:57 pm

It has the question in the application so if the applicant was wasting their time, that question will give them a reason not to waste any more time because they will already know the applicant cannot read nor follow directions that were designed for an N level holder. Their time is valuable as there are lots of others who are qualified and understand simple directions.

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