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orangestapler
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Got let go, and I have two dependants

Post by orangestapler » Sun, 21 Apr 2024 5:00 pm

Got let go, and I have two dependants
I graduated from NTU. Living in Singapore for the past 16 years as a PR. My wife is on LTVP. I have a condo. Right now both of us are out of job. My 15 month kid is on LTVP. Will any one know with same condition continue my kid can get LTVP renewed? If I bring in oversees fund can I improve this situation.

I am stunned right now. If you need any further information, please let me know.

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Re: Got let go, and I have two dependants

Post by NYY1 » Mon, 22 Apr 2024 6:01 am

Where are you from and what ethnic group are you in? Also, how long have you been married and have your wife/kid applied for PR before? How many times have the LTVPs been renewed and when are they up for renewal again?

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Re: Got let go, and I have two dependants

Post by orangestapler » Wed, 24 Apr 2024 9:59 am

NYY1 wrote:
Mon, 22 Apr 2024 6:01 am
Where are you from and what ethnic group are you in? Also, how long have you been married and have your wife/kid applied for PR before? How many times have the LTVPs been renewed and when are they up for renewal again?
I am classified as Indian. Married 6 yrs already. Wife applied PR twice, rejected. LTVP is the first one and expiring this year.

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Re: Got let go, and I have two dependants

Post by hopeislife » Wed, 24 Apr 2024 12:06 pm

orangestapler wrote:
Wed, 24 Apr 2024 9:59 am
I am classified as Indian. Married 6 yrs already. Wife applied PR twice, rejected. LTVP is the first one and expiring this year.
By your answer i feel like you may be from srilanka or bangladesh. Your case is a bit complex as you are now seeking job, however i think they may still give you a small chance by renewing your dependant's ltvps this time. The best way could be to explain your situation to ICA so that they can suggest any other financial wellbeing proof needed to convince them that you can support the dependants. If you can get some employment in mean time and show them the appointment letter, it can help too.

Ofcourse regarding your wife's pr rejection it is not surprising as now things have tightened and not as easy to get pr like you got 16yrs ago. She may have to seek employment to improve your profile.

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