Makes sense to me...The whole PR scheme is to boost Singapore's population as well as counter the effects of an ageing population .Most of these Ivy league graduates and those with advanced degrees are short stayers.These people do not need PR's they just need EP'sserve_the_servants wrote: - Even Cambridge University PhD grads are rejected right now, while a nearby country bachelor student gets approved. SMC does not understand the logic of the ICA.- Right now, the ICA wants LPR / PR people who want to convert to citizenship at the long run. Therefore, class A countries like the USA, UK etc are not that attractive since they are unlikely to become Singaporean.
Your friend from Singapore was working on what EP and what was his Job Description here? Thanksserve_the_servants wrote:Yes, you are right.
Last month, a friend form the UK was rejected his PR even though he holds 2 masters and works on a p1 in Singapore for 3 years.
Another friend from Myanmar got his PR approved in three months with hardly any work experience (6 months) without any master.
Strange things are happening now. Last night a Singaporean taxidriver told me he saw this pattern many times in Singapore before. He said, just apply one day after elections, you will be fine.
There is just a lot of barking and biting right now, the game of politics is so predictable.
serve_the_servants wrote: What is your plan? Did you apply for LPR? I will not re-apply in this current climate, that would be a waste of time and money, the message the ICA sent me is totally clear
As Kurt Kobain said, we are gonna serve the servants....
Sorry to hear you didn't get approved! Maybe you should forget Kurt Kobain, and start serving yourself! A man with your education, should be looking at survival, knowing full well that MBA's are two a penny these days.As Kurt Kobain said, we are gonna serve the servants....
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