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sujit23
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Singapore Lpr

Post by sujit23 » Sat, 20 Jan 2007 9:58 am

Hi guys! I have applied for lpr a month back. Can anyone of u tell me how much does it cost in total for lpr. I hav applied via a consultancy in Aus. Please let me know if anyone of u hav applied via consultant. I want to know the fee structure of lpr.

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Re: Singapore Lpr

Post by hkartadi » Mon, 22 Jan 2007 10:21 pm

sujit23 wrote:Hi guys! I have applied for lpr a month back. Can anyone of u tell me how much does it cost in total for lpr. I hav applied via a consultancy in Aus. Please let me know if anyone of u hav applied via consultant. I want to know the fee structure of lpr.
I am assumming that you are a fresh graduate. The total cost should be S$800 via SMC, of course it will be much greater if you applied via other agencies.

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Post by sujit23 » Fri, 26 Jan 2007 12:02 pm

I am fresh graduate of my masters. I also have work exp of one year. N i graduated frm aus.

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Re: Singapore Lpr

Post by Jackywang117 » Tue, 13 Feb 2007 11:43 am

hkartadi wrote:
sujit23 wrote:Hi guys! I have applied for lpr a month back. Can anyone of u tell me how much does it cost in total for lpr. I hav applied via a consultancy in Aus. Please let me know if anyone of u hav applied via consultant. I want to know the fee structure of lpr.
I am assumming that you are a fresh graduate. The total cost should be S$800 via SMC, of course it will be much greater if you applied via other agencies.
Hi, are you applied from SMC Singapore directly ?
Best Regards,
Jacky

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Re: Singapore Lpr

Post by hkartadi » Wed, 14 Feb 2007 11:52 am

Hi, are you applied from SMC Singapore directly ?
Yes, I applied directly.

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Re: Singapore Lpr

Post by Jackywang117 » Wed, 14 Feb 2007 12:03 pm

hkartadi wrote:
Hi, are you applied from SMC Singapore directly ?
Yes, I applied directly.


Hi hkartadi,
Are you living in Singapore or where ? I don't know if I need send all documents to SMC Singapore directly. Thanks.
Best Regards,
Jacky

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Post by hkartadi » Wed, 14 Feb 2007 1:21 pm

Right now I am living in Singapore and looking for a job. But back then when I applied for LPR, I was living in US. I just sent my application via DHL to them, and they sent me back the result.

Just email them or call them, they will give you a detail instructions in .doc.

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Lpr

Post by san2 » Sun, 22 Jul 2007 10:52 am

I am fresh graduate with high qualication of education and is a malaysian...Can i apply for Lpr?

yara sunn
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applying for LPR directly from USA

Post by yara sunn » Sat, 23 Aug 2008 4:17 am

How to apply directly, do we need to go to singapore embassy for notary, what is the process, appreciate your reply

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