Newborn do not get PR automatically even if the parent/s are PR. Will still need to go through application process.the observer wrote:PRCSRC wrote: ↑Wed, 19 Aug 2020 9:29 amHello, could you please assess my chances for PR approval
Age : 32
Race : Indian
Gender : Male
Marital Status : Married for 5 years
Kids: 1 son 3 years born here
Education : bachelors in engineering
Current Field of Work : software engineer in MNC
Total experience - 9 years
Experience in current co - 3 years plus
Length of stay in SG : 6 Years
No of tax return : 5 or 6 returns
Salary : Basic 84K plus bonus Of 2 months
Pass : EP
Applied Previously: Yes 3 times
Applied now - No
Spouse Age : 33
Race : Indian
Gender : Female
Education : MBA from India and CA inter
Current Field of Work : Finance in a SG company
Current company - 4 years plus
Length of stay : 5 Years
No of tax return : 5 returns
Salary : Basic 38.4K plus bonus
what is probability in my case, given the current economic scenario and uncertainty due to COVID19. Please suggest If any changes are required to increase our chances.
FWIW. newborn are given PRs as well, so those numbers for EP conversions to PR will be even less.
Historical chart above.
Throw in covid + electoral results into the mix.
The orange line in the chart should be SC granted to newborn by decent. Usually born overseas to one Singaporean parent and registered as SC before the baby turns one. And it is a subset of the total SCs granted each year.