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Apply SG Permanent Residency with two different employer payslips

Post by eightsharp » Mon, 28 Feb 2022 10:13 pm

Hi all, I am a Malaysian Chinese and have been working in Singapore (consultancy) for over two years. I recently accepted an offer at a competitor with a big salary adjustment, and am planning to apply for PR.
It became clear that 6 months of payslips are required as evidence when I submit my PR application,but I was wondering if I should apply with 2-3 months of my new employer's payslip and the remainder from my previous employer in SG or wait out 6 months. Let me know if there is any precedence for successfull cases like this or advice? thanks

side note, I held back from getting a PR as was planning to apply only after getting a higher salary.

many thanks!

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 28 Feb 2022 10:41 pm

If you haven't applied yet, wait until you have 6 month's from the same company. To to so sooner show ICA that you are in a hurry for some reason and they will likely sit on it for a while or reject outright as it asked for your company pay vouchers for the last six months up to the date of the application. If you cannot follow the rules, what would it tell ICA? It would be a different story if you had already applied and then changed jobs as your application would have been consistent with the required 6 months salary up to the time of application. Notifying them of a change after your application is permissible and actually desirable to notify them and send the the first full month's pay voucher. But you need to follow the rules in the initial application.
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Re: Apply SG Permanent Residency with two different employer payslips

Post by nightwind » Tue, 01 Mar 2022 10:17 am

In ICA FAQ section it states that:

Can I proceed to apply permanent residence if I have been employed for less than six months?
Answer:
You may proceed to submit your PR application even if you are employed for less than six months. You will need to submit your current pay slips via the e-Service, in accordance to your period of employment in the company.

Source: https://va.ecitizen.gov.sg/cfp/customer ... refaq.aspx

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Tue, 01 Mar 2022 2:52 pm

Doesn't mean it will be approved however, but it didn't mention that did it. So it's your application fee. Many years of anecdotal evidence suggests otherwise. It also says you can apply for PR six months after you are employed here. But check out how may have actually been approved. In the 17 years I've been on this board, I cannot remember 5, maybe one or two. And in both cases is was something that the country didn't have and wanted badly and the applicant did have. Oh and the processing times also says 6 months. But do some research on this board to get a better idea how that actually pans out. more like very fast if 10 or 12 months and 12~18 months being the norm. However, Singapore does have a penchant to give lobang to Malaysian Chinese who want to get PR. In fact they even go so far as to give lower salary entry requirements for S & EP work passes. So, with that you might pull it off. (The amounts are NOT published in the MOM pages or even mentioned that they exist. But research on here will confirm that is does exist.) So give it a try.
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Re: Apply SG Permanent Residency with two different employer payslips

Post by Ignorant1 » Sun, 06 Mar 2022 10:57 am

As SMS If you can wait , then better to wait.

I applied for my Pr and so happens that my new offer came in too . I will have to update them with new salary slips and annex 4a from new employer ( you will need to do The same too )

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