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robatron6k
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getting married to a dependamce pass holder

Post by robatron6k » Sat, 13 Mar 2010 2:26 pm

Hello! I tried to google this question, but it seems difficult to get the answer I need.

I am in love with a woman who lives in Singapore under on a dependence pass from her mother's job. We plan to get married, and i want to stay in Singapore.

I was wondering if this is even possible. I know if she were a PR then all would be okay, but since she is just staying here under her the dependence pass would i even be able to stay as well? Would i be able to get a dependence pass from her mom's work permit? I forget the name of the work pass she has, but i know its the highest one. Anyway, I have a decent amount of cash saved up from over the years so i don't need to worry about a job and can support myself with foreign (US) money for a few years.

Thanks for readign!

-robatron

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Post by skye » Sun, 14 Mar 2010 6:46 am

Think you are out of luck. Unmarried children aged under 21 of EP P and Q1 pass holders can have DP. Unmarried daughters over 21 of P pass holders can have LTVP. Key provision is "unmarried" according to the MOM website. Look up the MOM website - click on Employment Pass then About the Pass section then click on Passes for Family Members. It's all there.

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Post by FaeLLe » Sun, 14 Mar 2010 5:45 pm

So basically you would screw up her legal state in SG by marrying her :)

Then neither you nor her would be able to stay around.
Get her to apply for PR and then marry her to get a LTVP yourself.

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