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SPR application SINGAPORE Permenant Resident Status

Post by budhihalim » Fri, 27 Jun 2008 1:47 pm

dear ALL masters

i have a questions!
i am TAIWANESE, studied at SINGAPORE for 10 years, completed my tertiary course and come back to TAIWAN for NS!
my wife is a singaporean and my child which is 2 years old is too!
i have applied last time for PR, it is on PENDING till now, not rejected or approved!
we have get a HDB flat and my job allow me to go back singapore to set up branch office!
what should i do?
please advice!
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Post by ownervz » Sat, 28 Jun 2008 4:32 pm

If your child is a Singapore citizen/PR status. It may speed up approval of your application.

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Post by Saint » Sat, 28 Jun 2008 5:02 pm

To be honest there's not a lot you can do except wait. How long ago you apply?

If I was a betting man I would be quite happy to stick a tenner on you getting PR. I have recently got my PR with not to a dissimilar situation as you.

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Post by budhihalim » Mon, 30 Jun 2008 10:30 am

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If your child is a Singapore citizen/PR status. It may speed up approval of your application.
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YES! MASTER!
my child is a pure singaporean citizen, born at singapore! EVEN my wife! she is a singaporean citizen!
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To be honest there's not a lot you can do except wait. How long ago you apply?

If I was a betting man I would be quite happy to stick a tenner on you getting PR. I have recently got my PR with not to a dissimilar situation as you.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i i apply on 2007 DEC and the last mail that they (ICA) mention is on 2007 FEB saying they will close the application first and when i will want to continue applying will be able to re-open it! i have get in contact with them, mail them, for the past 2 months, but no reply!
what should i do to continue this process?
reapply?
fly there to find out?
please advice!
thanks! :???: :???:
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Post by budhihalim » Mon, 30 Jun 2008 11:07 am

Saint wrote:To be honest there's not a lot you can do except wait. How long ago you apply?

If I was a betting man I would be quite happy to stick a tenner on you getting PR. I have recently got my PR with not to a dissimilar situation as you.
u got ur PR! congratulation!
however, mine....well i guess i have to drop by singapore to find out more what has gone wrong!
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Post by budhihalim » Mon, 30 Jun 2008 11:09 am

ownervz wrote:If your child is a Singapore citizen/PR status. It may speed up approval of your application.
my baby is born at singapore and is a singaporean, so is my wife pure, pure singaporean, well, i guess i am too! i stayed there and spend all my precious child hood there too! i guess i am too part of singaporean, know where is good food, good place to drink out, where to find cheap stuffs, etc.....but :???:
i am not even PR status there..... :shock:
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Post by budhihalim » Tue, 01 Jul 2008 10:49 am

:o still waiting for reply from ICA.......sent email, dozens i think!
(no result)!!!
called, no use!!!!
i have tried TAIWAN SINGAPORE REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE!
they also told me to wait....if till another 2 weeks, still no reply, then they will help me to push!
so.......i guess......
wait lol!
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Post by Saint » Tue, 01 Jul 2008 3:55 pm

budhihalim wrote:
Saint wrote:To be honest there's not a lot you can do except wait. How long ago you apply?

If I was a betting man I would be quite happy to stick a tenner on you getting PR. I have recently got my PR with not to a dissimilar situation as you.
u got ur PR! congratulation!
however, mine....well i guess i have to drop by singapore to find out more what has gone wrong!
I submitted my application at the Singapore Oversea's Mission in London in February, heard back with approval within 2 months

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Post by budhihalim » Tue, 01 Jul 2008 5:16 pm

Saint wrote:
budhihalim wrote:
Saint wrote:To be honest there's not a lot you can do except wait. How long ago you apply?

If I was a betting man I would be quite happy to stick a tenner on you getting PR. I have recently got my PR with not to a dissimilar situation as you.
u got ur PR! congratulation!
however, mine....well i guess i have to drop by singapore to find out more what has gone wrong!
I submitted my application at the Singapore Oversea's Mission in London in February, heard back with approval within 2 months
:roll: so i guess i should try from TAIWAN REPRE OFFICE!
that might proceed faster?
haha.....good luck to me~!
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