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AngMohForeignTalent
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PR approved

Postby AngMohForeignTalent » Tue, 29 Sep 2009 7:56 pm

I've seen quite a lot of posting recently about the rejections of PR applications, so I thought I'd post a success story.

I got the approval letter today, I applied a little less than 3 months ago.
I'm on the PEP, work at a bank and I submitted the application after having worked here for 7 months.

I have 2 months to complete the formalities.

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Postby taxico » Wed, 30 Sep 2009 6:45 pm

congrats on the PR and your choice of nickname.
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Postby SmartDude » Thu, 01 Oct 2009 3:18 pm

congrats, i guess they look for $$$$ when approving PR .....

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Re: PR approved

Postby sopheak » Mon, 05 Oct 2009 8:52 pm

AngMohForeignTalent wrote:I've seen quite a lot of posting recently about the rejections of PR applications, so I thought I'd post a success story.

I got the approval letter today, I applied a little less than 3 months ago.
I'm on the PEP, work at a bank and I submitted the application after having worked here for 7 months.

I have 2 months to complete the formalities.


Hello everyone,
I feel happy for those who get their PR for the first time applying...as for me i feel so sad coz i was rejected once and my 2nd time submiting already more than 3months but still under processing.sometime i want to give up and go back to my homeland,but i can't bear to leave my husband and my sick mum in-law who need me to take care of her.
anyone facing the same problem as me?
Regards,

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Postby SGBoyxxx » Tue, 06 Oct 2009 11:36 am

:wink: congrats

lol ur nick name is funny

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Postby MinSG » Tue, 06 Oct 2009 2:45 pm

SmartDude might be right. I submitted my PR application after working in SG for almost 6 months. One of my friends has been working in SG for more than a year and we submitted our PR applications in mid May. I got my PR approval in exactly 3 months time after submission and I completed my PR fomalities and obtained PR IC card last month. Until now my friend is still waiting for his approval letter. The only difference between me and my friend is that I showed to ICA that I had bought a condo in SG to show my intention of long term stay here. Perhaps this is the reason why they gave me the PR.

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Postby econoMIC » Tue, 06 Oct 2009 4:24 pm

Good point to consider. Buying a property might just gain you some extra points.
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