If leaving CPF back and can get PR back, many will do that. It is not possible. Considering the current economic scenario, this is not even theoretically possible.coolguy12619 wrote: ↑Fri, 17 Jul 2020 5:34 pmThanks a lot, @sundaymorningstaple for your reply on the topic.
I know it is a long shot, but based on your experience do you know if there is a chance for me to get my PR back if leave the CPF money there ( just to re-affirm my intentions of returning back). Or Letter from my company stating why they had to transfer me to the US branch.
My Nationality is Indian.
May be because they got the PR via the PTS Scheme and since retired, their REP was not impacted. How old is your dad?mystic_river wrote: ↑Tue, 21 Jul 2020 12:12 amSorry for hijacking this thread but I have a question about REP renewal.
My parents (who have been PRs since early 2000s) recently applied for REP renewal. It wasn’t instantaneous but was approved for 5 years after 2 working days last week.
My dad has his own company here in Singapore but has stopped drawing a salary from it as he is now retired. Mum is and has always been a housewife.
They bought a house back home (in Pakistan) and since the start of 2017 they have been shuttling back and forth (they also have a house here in SG) though they spend the bulk of their time in Pakistan.
Frankly a bit surprised their PR got renewed as we thought for sure it’ll be rejected given that they don’t spend time in Singapore permanently. Any idea why/how it was renewed?
PS. Me and my sis (both PRs too) work and reside in SG though I believe that has no bearing on our parents’ PR
IF he's retired I don't think there will be an issues as others have said. Where PTS people run into trouble is when they appear to be working overseas with no real apparent connection back to Singapore. That's not the case in your father's situation.mystic_river wrote: ↑Tue, 21 Jul 2020 12:25 amHe’s 67. He’s self employed and has never employed anyone in his company. The company currently exists but as he is not drawing a salary anymore he has stopped paying income tax since 2 years ago (when he actually retired).
Will there be any issues in 2025 for REP renewal if he continues to spend the bulk of the time out of Singapore?
Triplicate if I may correct a bit.
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