Try applying for citizenship under 2 years from your PR approval. I believe the system will not allow you to do so.texmf wrote: ↑Mon, 19 Jul 2021 4:23 amI'm just wondering what are my chances at SC given that I've been a PR for <2 years but a resident for >12y?
Mid twenties, single
Elite schools (secondary, JC)
NUS STEM bachelors
>200k/year, liquid assets >600k (USD), no property
PR approved on first application, 3-4 month processing time
The application form says 6-12 months but reading through this forum, 1y to 1.5y seems to be the norm. Bias aside, is that really the case? Thanks!
I have already applied so it does let you.
Thanks!bro75 wrote: ↑Mon, 19 Jul 2021 8:43 amI think you have a decent chance. The only negative I see is that you have been a PR for less than two years. Being approved for PR less than two years ago is a sign from the government that they consider you potential SC material. If you are rejected now, apply again later.
What's the conclusion you would draw from that?
How long do you have to wait after the PR approval until the system allows you to apply?
Right. Then again, whatever parameters you know of some of these cases are probably just a subset of things they are looking at.sp786 wrote: ↑Tue, 20 Jul 2021 11:48 am
Obviously. No one is saying that eligibility to apply implies approval.sonnabend wrote: ↑Tue, 20 Jul 2021 1:30 pm
I read one post in the Chinese language forum similar to singaporeexpats that one user also managed to apply before being PR for 2 years. However his SC application was eventually rejected after close to one year of waiting. The moderator in that forum told him that probably because he didn't wait for 2 years after becoming a PR first. Being ABLE to apply doesn't mean that they will give it to you, one still have to meet the minimum 2 years residency requirements post-PR
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