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aakash32017
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PR Application Advice

Post by aakash32017 » Sat, 17 Oct 2020 2:28 am

Hi,


Question as below:

1) Since we are planning housing and kids, should we wait 6 months before applying PR or is it suggested i move from EP to LTVP (since i still have valid LLE/PMLA) **I understand LTVP is spouse dependant and is a risk if relationship doesn't work and wont be able to move back to EP so fast, but ;) i already put everything and she too to get this work so no way that would be a problem :) we stayed 2 years together before deciding to get marry**
2) One of the employers is offering me new job but they want me to move from EP to LTVP, i am kind of interested in role but if i move on LTVP will that affect my chances of PR since i m going to move from my own Merit obtained visa to spouse sponsored
3) Is it advisable to forget about PR (PR mainly for BTO) as we just married and look for LTVP and give up idea of BTO for now and look something resale on housing side.

Myself:
Nationality: Indian
Academics: Degree from India, 1 Year Specialised Post Diploma course from Temasek just finished in Sep
ROM: Sep 2020
Moved SG - 2017 (3 years)
Industry: IT
Experience: 14 years
Pass: EP
Salary: 100K+
Savings: have some local savings about 30K
Age:35
Extra Info: have been doing donation, planning for housing and kids, never applied PR before, PMLA approved and valid until Nov 2020

Partner:
Nationality: Singaporean (Chinese)
Academics: Degree
ROM: Sep 2020
Industry: Billing Admin in government agency
Salary: 40K+
Savings: 50K+ + CPF
Age:35
Extra Info: have been doing donation, planning for housing and kids

Thank you if any information which is missing kindly let me know i will try my best to provide, we are just looking some guidance, I understand it all depends on ICA but suggestions would be nice.

:)
-AK

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Re: PR Application Advice

Post by singaporeflyer » Mon, 19 Oct 2020 3:47 pm

aakash32017 wrote:
Sat, 17 Oct 2020 2:28 am
Hi,


Question as below:

1) Since we are planning housing and kids, should we wait 6 months before applying PR or is it suggested i move from EP to LTVP (since i still have valid LLE/PMLA) **I understand LTVP is spouse dependant and is a risk if relationship doesn't work and wont be able to move back to EP so fast, but ;) i already put everything and she too to get this work so no way that would be a problem :) we stayed 2 years together before deciding to get marry**
2) One of the employers is offering me new job but they want me to move from EP to LTVP, i am kind of interested in role but if i move on LTVP will that affect my chances of PR since i m going to move from my own Merit obtained visa to spouse sponsored
3) Is it advisable to forget about PR (PR mainly for BTO) as we just married and look for LTVP and give up idea of BTO for now and look something resale on housing side.

Myself:
Nationality: Indian
Academics: Degree from India, 1 Year Specialised Post Diploma course from Temasek just finished in Sep
ROM: Sep 2020
Moved SG - 2017 (3 years)
Industry: IT
Experience: 14 years
Pass: EP
Salary: 100K+
Savings: have some local savings about 30K
Age:35
Extra Info: have been doing donation, planning for housing and kids, never applied PR before, PMLA approved and valid until Nov 2020

Partner:
Nationality: Singaporean (Chinese)
Academics: Degree
ROM: Sep 2020
Industry: Billing Admin in government agency
Salary: 40K+
Savings: 50K+ + CPF
Age:35
Extra Info: have been doing donation, planning for housing and kids

Thank you if any information which is missing kindly let me know i will try my best to provide, we are just looking some guidance, I understand it all depends on ICA but suggestions would be nice.

:)
-AK
You won't have any chance for spouse sponsored PR unless you complete 2 years of marriage.

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Re: PR Application Advice

Post by lot286 » Mon, 19 Oct 2020 4:01 pm

your ***best** chance is to apply via spouse sponsored PR. As it will be difficult to obtain it via your own merits. Race is against you

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Re: PR Application Advice

Post by aakash32017 » Tue, 20 Oct 2020 2:00 am

Thank you guys for suggestions

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