I read it that wife was previously divorced with kid and now married to OP Just shows how confusing the posting was!beppi wrote:I interpret the rather confused post above as:
The OP was married to a Singaporean, lived with her in Pakistan and has a 10-year-old kid with her. They are now divorced and she returned to Singapore. Now he wants a PR based on this.
In that case: He has probably no chance, as PR cannot be based on having an ex-wife here. There might be a chance to get a PR as caregiver of his child schooling here. But for that, he'd have to get another visa first and live with the child for a while before applying for the PR. Is the child Singapore citizen?
To the OP: Interpunctuation (that's a fancy word for ,.-!?), capitalization and sentence structuring will go a long way in making yourself understood!
I tried a little experiment by converting your English to Chinese and back to English, this is how it goes.~Ali~ wrote:Hello all:
i am ali from pakistan i need to know how i get a prc in singapore my wife from singapore and she came here and marry me but i heard from peoples singapore gover so much strick for froginers my wife divorced and have 10 years kid and she paid all tax for year
but am just worried i can get visit visa easily from pakistan but main problem is how can i get prs in singapore if u guyz give me a good idea and wht she do for me in singapore so i easily take my prc plzz helpp me am so tenced and she also have own home and she do a good job in singapore she born in singapore also have any idea guys wht she will do for prc
am wating for ur comments
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