I am assuming there is a typo. You say "rejection" and then "successful"rajspy84 wrote: ↑Thu, 20 Aug 2020 8:17 amI got my rejection today after applying in Dec 2019 and my letter simple states that "they have considered my application including supporting documents. We regret to inform you that your application is successful".
For others letter i have seen it has this as well "All SPR applications are assessed holistically under the prevailing criteria, including economic contribution, education qualifications and integration with Singapore society among other things." But it is missing from mine. Does it mean anything? Maybe I am reading too much into this
Anyway this is Our profile.
Marital Status: Married for 6 years
Education: Engineering Graduate from India
Job: Senior Software Engineer in company which is in software services for architecture, engineering, construction, manufacturing, media, education, and entertainment industries.
Length of stay in Singapore: almost 3 years (worked in the same company till now)
Income Tax Assessment : 3 Submitted
Total Job Experience: 9 Years
- my wife in EP (72k+), Engineering Graduate and been here for 2 years ( working in the insurance company as Software engineer and submitted 2 Tax assessment)
- my son - 4-year-old
Any suggestion to improve my profile. I am thinking to try again after another 2-3 year or I should not apply at all in future
"I got my rejection today after applying in Dec 2019 and my letter simple states that "they have considered my application including supporting documents. We regret to inform you that your application is successful". "
You may be reading too much into it.
I would say, looking at your profile, you don't stand a high chance. As I've said in prior posts I like to think of 10k per person per month as a the minimum starting point. Both your current salaries calculate up to around 7k per month.
And remember salary is not the only part.
Compare your profile your cohort. Many come with both an undergraduate degrees in engineering and then a masters degree. Neither of you appear to have a masters degree.
We always tell posters to ask the question: how are you adding more to Singapore, than you are taking away?
I would never tell people not to apply again in the future.
Hopefully in a few years time, your salaries will both be higher.