ksl wrote: sundaymorningstaple wrote:
Needhelp wrote:I have a uncle who has a malaysian GF for almost 20 years. His GF is a ex-work permit holder, but she is not working for almost 10 years or more. His GF is now staying in Singapore with a long term visiting pass applied through her daughter that married Singaporean. Her daugther is now a Singapore citizen.
My uncle has applied approval for marry with her GF quite number of time since 1999 to 2000. All failed...... even seeked the MP help....
What is the chance for him to get approval if he apply again?
They are both divorced with ex-spouse.
My uncle gross income before CPF reduction is between 2 to 3K.
Is there a standard form for the approval application or they need to type their own letter?
Which floor and counter to submit the application at MOM?
Thanks in advance. I really want to see them fulfill their wish. They are no more young, but they really love and care for each other. They will not give the off-spring problem to the society at their age......
I don't see how it is applicable, the daughter is a Singapore citizen, and the girlfriend was on LTVSP, so if the uncle marries the woman on LTVSP, it is irrelevant, as long has they have the permission to marry..they will be treated on their own case.
Not that she was living her on LTVSP before marriage, I've met quite a few Singaporeans that have married Taiwanese women, they have not met any problems at all, and the women do not have education degrees either.
I think surely a 10 year affair as been recognised between these 2 people, if they applied in 1999/2000 to get married and was rejected. To be honest I don't see any problem at all.
The working on LTVSP is still done case by case, so if the woman was on LTVSP before marriage, she would be refused employment possibility, after marriage it's a different kettle of fish, all the MOM controller needs, is to contact ICA for those married to Citizens or PR's, as ICA will allow them to work on LTVSP until their PR is processed, as they are dependants once married and are entitled to work with MOM permission. ICA recognise the fact that PR will not be given so easy to spouses, though will not block them from employment providing the works controller authorises permission.