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PR approval chance in 2021

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Techgal_786123
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Re: PR approval chance in 2021

Post by Techgal_786123 » Thu, 29 Apr 2021 11:49 pm

Hello everyone
Here are my details.
Gender: Female
Age: 39
Family: Divorced No Children
Citizenship: Indian
Education: Master's of Arts
Current Job: Sr IT Engineer ( Permanent Job)
Annual Salary: Around 126K
In SG since Feb 2016 (On & Off due to contract job)Total stay should be around 3years
TAX filed for three times
What are my chances.
Applied last month.

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Re: PR approval chance in 2021

Post by therat » Fri, 30 Apr 2021 8:40 am


Techgal_786123 wrote:Hello everyone
Here are my details.
Gender: Female
Age: 39
Family: Divorced No Children
Citizenship: Indian
Education: Master's of Arts
Current Job: Sr IT Engineer ( Permanent Job)
Annual Salary: Around 126K
In SG since Feb 2016 (On & Off due to contract job)Total stay should be around 3years
TAX filed for three times
What are my chances.
Applied last month.

In sg since 2016 but total stay should around 3 yrs.

How long is the gap?

Once have a gap. Stay count reset.

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Re: PR approval chance in 2021

Post by Techgal_786123 » Fri, 30 Apr 2021 8:23 pm

I worked here on ep from sept 2016 to sept 2017
Came back again ep in April 2018 till june 2018
Then lived here on dp from june 2019 to September 2019
And finally starting working on Ep since October 2019- till date..is it too less stay :( I applied for PR last month already...

Also my salary is 260k plus 15% bonus

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Re: PR approval chance in 2021

Post by therat » Fri, 30 Apr 2021 9:02 pm

June 2018 to June 2019 is 1 yrs gap.

My guess reset.

Likely they will only look at June 2019 onwards.

Since you have applied, then just wait for the result.

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Re: PR approval chance in 2021

Post by shurhundo » Fri, 30 Apr 2021 11:14 pm

Hi all,

First time posting, but this forum has helped out in my husband's PR application journey so I thought I'd post our experience here so that we can "pay it forward". Hope our experience provides a useful data point for everyone else here.

These are our details at the point of application (Nov 2019):

Myself (sponsor)
Age: 30
Citizenship: Singaporean
Race: Chinese
Gender: Female
Education: Bachelor Degree
Current Field of Work: Public Servant
Working Experience: 7 years
Salary: >$6500/month

My husband (applicant)
Age: 30
Race: Spanish
Nationality: Spanish
Gender: Male
Education: Master degree in Telecommunications Engineering
Field of Work: IT consultancy
Length of stay in SG: 4 months
Working Experience: 5 years
Salary : $0 at the point of application
Pass : LTVP

Here are some more details about significant events that might help:
Aug 2018 - Pre Marriage LTVP Assessment (PMLA) approved
Sep 2018 - Registered our marriage (ROM) in Singapore
Aug 2019 - He moved here, applied for LTVP which got approved for 1 year
Nov 2019 - Applied for PR, first time
Feb 2020 - We bought a resale HDB
July 2020 - Renewed the LTVP for 1 year
Oct 2020 - ICA contacted us to provide more documents (details and working history of his immediate family). At this point my husband was employed so we also provided ICA with 6 months of payslip (since Apr 2020) and a letter of employment from the employer. His salary here is $3800/mth.
Oct 2020 - We officially moved and also emailed ICA to update our address
Apr 2021 - Received the IPA letter in the mail!

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Re: PR approval chance in 2021

Post by 501 » Tue, 04 May 2021 6:24 pm

Dear experts.
I've been reading this forum for a while and understand Caucasians (not married to a Singapore citizen or PR) have a very low chance to get PR. Also it seems not to make much difference whether one waits 2, 3, 5 years, it's a lottery basically, I get it.
So maybe stupid question, does a family where the wife of the Caucasian sponsor is ethnic Chinese and a mixed child have a somewhat higher chance? Or they just count the race of the sponsor?

If it does not make a difference, would my wife have a more decent chance applying alone for PR with her S Pass after a while? And later could after having PR for a while could sponsor me and our daughter?

What would you advise in our situation?

Thank you very much.

Some of our details.

Myself
Age: 44
Race: Caucasian
Citizenship: Western European
Gender: Male
Education: Master's Degree
Current Field of Work: Financial sector
Working Experience: 15+ years
Length of stay in SG: 24 months
Work in Singapore: 24 months
Salary: >20k/month
Pass: EP (just renewed for 3 more years)

My wife
Age: 35
Race: Chinese
Nationality: Western European (naturalised, originally PRC Chinese)
Gender: Female
Education: Bachelor's Degree
Field of Work: Financial sector (retail)
Working Experience: 5+ years
Length of stay in SG: 24 months
Work in Singapore: 18 months
Salary: >3k/month
Pass: SP

One daughter mixed Caucasian-Chinese, 7 years old, in International School.

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Re: PR approval chance in 2021

Post by JoBox » Fri, 07 May 2021 6:28 am

Hi thank you for this forum, anybody can assess my chances for first time application

Age: 35
Race: Other
Nationality: Filipino
Gender: Male
Education: Bachelor's Degree
Field of Work: Semiconductor Industry
Working Experience: 11 years
Length of stay in SG: 10 years
Work in Singapore: 10 years
Salary: 42K per year with gross to 100K
Pass: SP

Thanks a lot

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