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Citizenship Question.

Post by bb8 » Tue, 31 May 2022 2:36 am

Hi everyone.
I’m here to ask for some help regarding my son and i’s application for Citizenship.

Profile:
Nationality: Filipino
Age: 51 this year.
Occupation: Nurse
Salary per annum: 84k.
Arrived in SG in 1998, received PR status in 2003
REP: 3 times.
Received multiple awards for good feedback from patients and staff, and the Nightingale award.
My family owns a 4 room HDB flat, and a car.

Son:
On a Student Pass, been applying PR for him since he was young, but got rejected. He’s 14 this year, and he’s been studying in Singaporean schools his entire life.

Now here’s where i get worried, unfortunately my husband didn’t apply, as he frequently goes back to the Philippines due to his parents constantly needing someone to watch over them and pay their hospital fees. ICA has contacted him about this and he stated that he is the sole breadwinner of the family, and that he does need to check up on their health frequently. Does him not being in our application affect our chances of getting citizenship critically?

Thanks.

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Re: Citizenship Question.

Post by singaporeflyer » Wed, 01 Jun 2022 10:27 am

bb8 wrote:
Tue, 31 May 2022 2:36 am
Hi everyone.
I’m here to ask for some help regarding my son and i’s application for Citizenship.

Profile:
Nationality: Filipino
Age: 51 this year.
Occupation: Nurse
Salary per annum: 84k.
Arrived in SG in 1998, received PR status in 2003
REP: 3 times.
Received multiple awards for good feedback from patients and staff, and the Nightingale award.
My family owns a 4 room HDB flat, and a car.

Son:
On a Student Pass, been applying PR for him since he was young, but got rejected. He’s 14 this year, and he’s been studying in Singaporean schools his entire life.

Now here’s where i get worried, unfortunately my husband didn’t apply, as he frequently goes back to the Philippines due to his parents constantly needing someone to watch over them and pay their hospital fees. ICA has contacted him about this and he stated that he is the sole breadwinner of the family, and that he does need to check up on their health frequently. Does him not being in our application affect our chances of getting citizenship critically?

Thanks.
It may affect, possible. Wait and see. Since you are here since long and also in the medical sector you still may have a small chance.

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Re: Citizenship Question.

Post by bb8 » Wed, 01 Jun 2022 10:35 am

Are you able to give a rough estimate on our chances of getting citizenship in terms of percentage? Like 50%, etc?

I do apologise if i’m asking too much questions, slightly worried.

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Re: Citizenship Question.

Post by singaporeflyer » Wed, 01 Jun 2022 12:05 pm

bb8 wrote:
Wed, 01 Jun 2022 10:35 am
Are you able to give a rough estimate on our chances of getting citizenship in terms of percentage? Like 50%, etc?

I do apologise if i’m asking too much questions, slightly worried.
30% -40% I would say

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