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PR Approval chances - 2020

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PR Approval chances - 2020

Post by g123 » Tue, 24 Nov 2020 2:50 pm

Hi,
I wanted to apply PR, I want to ask my chances of approval, if you guys don't mind, based on your experience in this forum.

Age: 38
Race: Indian
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Education: Master of Business Administration from India
Job: Senior Manager (Technology Consulting)
Length of stay in Singapore: 5+ Years
Income Tax Assessment: 5 Submitted
Total Job Experience: 15+ Years’
Salary:150k+ SGD
Pass: EP

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Re: PR Approval chances - 2020

Post by TropicalExpat » Thu, 26 Nov 2020 9:38 am

g123 wrote:
Tue, 24 Nov 2020 2:50 pm
Hi,
I wanted to apply PR, I want to ask my chances of approval, if you guys don't mind, based on your experience in this forum.

Age: 38
Race: Indian
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Education: Master of Business Administration from India
Job: Senior Manager (Technology Consulting)
Length of stay in Singapore: 5+ Years
Income Tax Assessment: 5 Submitted
Total Job Experience: 15+ Years’
Salary:150k+ SGD
Pass: EP
How old is your wife? Do you have kids? If so how old and what schools are they in?

Just looking at your profile, I would say the chances are quite low. You say you are race: Indian, and I guess from your education you are also from India (as opposed to being from Malaysia).
At the same time, you age stands against you. If you apply now, it will take at least 12 months (if not longer) for an answer and you will be closer to or 40.
Anecdotal evidence is that people going over 40 find it incredibly difficult to get approvals

Anyway, what is the harm in applying? The fee is quite low ($120 I think) so it won't break you budget. Just apply and see what happens.

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Re: PR Approval chances - 2020

Post by lot286 » Thu, 26 Nov 2020 10:21 am

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Re: PR Approval chances - 2020

Post by sarankpy » Thu, 26 Nov 2020 10:55 am

Hi All,

I wanted to apply PR, I want to ask my chances of approval, if you guys don't mind, based on your experience in this forum.

Age: 38
Race: Indian
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Education: Degree from India
Job: Enterprise Architect in Australian based company in SG.
Length of stay in Singapore: 10 Years 1 month
Income Tax Assessment: 9 years
Total Job Experience: 15+ Years’
Salary:130K SGD per Annum
Pass: EP

My Wife:
Age: 32
Race: Indian
Education: Degree from India
Job: Senior systems engineer in one of Gov agency in Medical field.
Length of stay in Singapore: 5Years 1 month
Income Tax Assessment: 1 year
Total Job Experience: 5+ Years’
Salary:67K SGD per Annum
Pass: SP

Kids:
Baby Girl - 8 years
Baby Boy - 5 Years

Last PR reject on 2017 and at that time my wife was not working and I used to get 80k per annum during that time.

Please advise the chances. Thanks.

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Re: PR Approval chances - 2020

Post by the observer » Thu, 26 Nov 2020 11:03 am

sarankpy wrote:
Thu, 26 Nov 2020 10:55 am
Hi All,

I wanted to apply PR, I want to ask my chances of approval, if you guys don't mind, based on your experience in this forum.

Age: 38
Race: Indian
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Education: Degree from India
Job: Enterprise Architect in Australian based company in SG.
Length of stay in Singapore: 10 Years 1 month
Income Tax Assessment: 9 years
Total Job Experience: 15+ Years’
Salary:130K SGD per Annum
Pass: EP

My Wife:
Age: 32
Race: Indian
Education: Degree from India
Job: Senior systems engineer in one of Gov agency in Medical field.
Length of stay in Singapore: 5Years 1 month
Income Tax Assessment: 1 year
Total Job Experience: 5+ Years’
Salary:67K SGD per Annum
Pass: SP

Kids:
Baby Girl - 8 years
Baby Boy - 5 Years

Last PR reject on 2017 and at that time my wife was not working and I used to get 80k per annum during that time.

Please advise the chances. Thanks.
Permanent Residency is not based entirely on your work experience or income.

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Re: PR Approval chances - 2020

Post by TropicalExpat » Thu, 26 Nov 2020 1:02 pm

sarankpy wrote:
Thu, 26 Nov 2020 10:55 am
Hi All,

I wanted to apply PR, I want to ask my chances of approval, if you guys don't mind, based on your experience in this forum.

Age: 38
Race: Indian
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Education: Degree from India
Job: Enterprise Architect in Australian based company in SG.
Length of stay in Singapore: 10 Years 1 month
Income Tax Assessment: 9 years
Total Job Experience: 15+ Years’
Salary:130K SGD per Annum
Pass: EP

My Wife:
Age: 32
Race: Indian
Education: Degree from India
Job: Senior systems engineer in one of Gov agency in Medical field.
Length of stay in Singapore: 5Years 1 month
Income Tax Assessment: 1 year
Total Job Experience: 5+ Years’
Salary:67K SGD per Annum
Pass: SP

Kids:
Baby Girl - 8 years
Baby Boy - 5 Years

Last PR reject on 2017 and at that time my wife was not working and I used to get 80k per annum during that time.

Please advise the chances. Thanks.
Your age is against you. You will likely be close to or even in your 40s by the time you get an answer, and being 40 is clearly going to be a mark against you.

Many of your cohort have post graduate degrees so I would guess that you education is probably stands against you as well.

Like I said in the prior post, there's no harm in applying, just don't be surprised if you are rejected.

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Re: PR Approval chances - 2020

Post by sarankpy » Thu, 03 Dec 2020 1:09 am

Thanks for the details and I got EMBA admission in one of the local university and will that add any value? Thanks.

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Re: PR Approval chances - 2020

Post by sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 03 Dec 2020 2:55 pm

sarankpy, only once your gain the MBA. Until then, nada.

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