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Permanent resident for S pass holder

Post by ritalau » Mon, 18 Dec 2006 10:28 am

Hello..

I' d like to ask more about PR for SP holder.
Is there any requirement on timing for applying PR?
For instance, i'm a new SP holder, only for almost 2 months. Is it possible for me to start applying PR or i have to wait til 6 months, since i went through the website saying that i have to attach the payment slips for 6 months?

Thanks..


cheers,

rita

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Re: Permanent resident for S pass holder

Post by sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 18 Dec 2006 12:26 pm

ritalau wrote:Hello..

I' d like to ask more about PR for SP holder.
Is there any requirement on timing for applying PR?
For instance, i'm a new SP holder, only for almost 2 months. Is it possible for me to start applying PR or i have to wait til 6 months, since i went through the website saying that i have to attach the payment slips for 6 months?

Thanks..


cheers,

rita
rita,

I'm not really trying to be funny but if their website says you have to attach payment slips for 6 months, what does that tell you? Do you know how to work 6 months in less than 2 months? Obviously, to most people that would say that you would have to wait AT LEAST 6 months.
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Post by ritalau » Mon, 18 Dec 2006 5:22 pm

hi sundaymorningstaple,

sure u r no funny guy, but thanks anyway for the reply.

The thing is it says, payslips for last 6 months and income tax notices of assesment for the last three years.
(how do i suppose to have the tax notices if i have worked for only 6 months?)

That's why, I assume it is optional.Who knows it applicable only for workers after 6 months work. :P

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Tue, 19 Dec 2006 4:13 pm

3 years tax assessments for proof of working in Singapore for that period and last 6 months payslips to prove that you are still working. Sooooo, it would seem that you may have to be here for at least 3 years. Short of that, try calling MOM and or ICA to find out.
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Post by ritalau » Tue, 19 Dec 2006 4:38 pm

sureeee...
thanksss

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Post by ProvenPracticalFlexible » Thu, 21 Dec 2006 1:44 am

sundaymorningstaple wrote:3 years tax assessments for proof of working in Singapore for that period and last 6 months payslips to prove that you are still working. Sooooo, it would seem that you may have to be here for at least 3 years. Short of that, try calling MOM and or ICA to find out.
When I look at the list of documents to be produced, I do not see any mention where the payslips and tax assessments have to be from. It actually even states if documents are not in English they need to be translated. So I would think that one could apply with 3 years tax assessments from another country where one worked before coming to Singapore. This may be more realistic approach under the spouse category, but still.

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Post by alvinh » Mon, 25 Dec 2006 8:50 pm

If my memory working fine, I don't recall to submit 6 months salary payslip. It should be 3 months. Furthermore, no tax assesment submitted.

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Post by ritalau » Mon, 08 Jan 2007 2:08 pm

wow..
this one is even faster..only for three months of time..
COOL!!
maybe i should give it a try after 3 months..

thanks!

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