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Got LPR what next?

Post by sujit23 » Fri, 30 Mar 2007 10:28 am

Dear friends,
I have got my LPR approval. I heard that now I should go to Singapore on tourist Visa and then after going to immigration I should show that letter and get landed pr. Can anyone tell me what is the exact procedure.
Please help me out!!!

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Fri, 30 Mar 2007 1:31 pm

I would assume that you got your LPR through an agency like SMC or some such. Why don't you give them a call as I believe you paid a considerable amount of money to have them file for you. Otherwise, according to SMC's site you just come to Singapore and after arrival, upon finding a job you can then apply for your PR. You still have to have an employer in order to get the LPR converted to PR.
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Post by sujit23 » Fri, 30 Mar 2007 3:09 pm

My question is I have just received approval letter. Now in order to travel to Singapore I have to have tourist visa and after that I should go to immigration and get landed pr. Please guide me on this. What is the procedure to have lpr after arriving in Singapore.

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Fri, 30 Mar 2007 6:57 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:I would assume that you got your LPR through an agency like SMC or some such. Why don't you give them a call as I believe you paid a considerable amount of money to have them file for you. Otherwise, according to SMC's site you just come to Singapore and after arrival, upon finding a job you can then apply for your PR. You still have to have an employer in order to get the LPR converted to PR.
They would be able to tell you the steps to take as that is their business.
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Post by sujit23 » Sat, 31 Mar 2007 12:40 am

Thanks frnd. I wanted to verify. Anyway..
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some info req about LPR

Post by apurva » Sat, 18 Aug 2007 1:13 pm

HI Sujit,

Jus read that u rece ur LPR some time back.. me and my wife are plannin on applying for LPR from India.
Did u apply for ur LPR from India?
Is it a easy process?
Did u apply directly to SMC?
Had a few more questions...do get back..
Awaiting ur reply.
Regards
Apurva

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Re: Got LPR what next?

Post by nananxyz » Sun, 19 Aug 2007 6:37 pm

sujit23 wrote:Dear friends,
I have got my LPR approval. I heard that now I should go to Singapore on tourist Visa and then after going to immigration I should show that letter and get landed pr. Can anyone tell me what is the exact procedure.
Please help me out!!!

Hi Sujit,

can you tell me how did you apply for LPR, what is looked for from a LPR applicant. Through who did you apply for LPR. Do they look for a Foreign degree to approve the LPR

Thanking yu

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