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Re: "Proceed to upload documents" button is missing in ICA Website

Post by Apple007 » Fri, 14 Jun 2024 10:25 am

runsunrun wrote:
Fri, 12 Apr 2024 11:27 am
Hello Everyone,
Silent lurker and finally want to contribute a bit from my end:
1. Application Mid March 2023
2. 1st Inquiry from ICA Mid January 2024
3. Proceed to button upload button disappearance somewhere in last week of March
4. Approval - 2 weeks from disappearance

I did use many of the hints to "guess" the outcome, and some of them do hold true. All the best to everyone who are still waiting. Thanks!
Congrats for getting approval. Could you please advise what were the hints that hold true in your case?

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Re: "Proceed to upload documents" button is missing in ICA Website

Post by SDSingh » Mon, 15 Jul 2024 10:52 am

Hi all, sharing me application status for any inputs

- Indian family of 3- me, my wife and ~4 year old son (born in Singapore)
- Been here since 2019 (5+ years now)
- Annual family income ~$400k
- Both me and my wife are post grads (MBA) from Indian universities (top 5)
- I work for an American tech company and my wife works for a British media company
- No blood donations/contributions, no charity, this is our first attempt at PR

- Applied for PR in Aug 2023, been 11 months now, no document request from ICA, no queries and we did not care to make enquiries as it is futile anyways. I just checked the status of my online application and found that there are no document upload buttons etc. Just 4 horizontal lines. No idea when it disappeared.

Going by the posts, it means the response is due soon. Are there approved cases where ICA doesn't ask for additional documents or is it always one of the stepping stones for a positive response?

Thanks in advance for the inputs.

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