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Citizenship Application Form

Postby silverbowl » Wed, 11 May 2011 1:23 pm

Hi there,

We are planning to apply SG citizenship as a family (husband & wife plus 1 child), all foreigners holding SPR for more than 3 years. Wife and child's PR sponsored under husband. When we fill in the citizenship form, do we fill up only one form as a family or each form per applicant?

There isn't a section asking if applicant wish to include spouse and child for application, or did I miss out something?

Try to call ICA, no one answer pick up the phone, as usual. Anyone out there has gone thru this before? Would greatly appreciate your advice.

Thanks.

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Re: Citizenship Application Form

Postby Pendatang_71 » Wed, 11 May 2011 2:31 pm

silverbowl wrote:Hi there,

We are planning to apply SG citizenship as a family (husband & wife plus 1 child), all foreigners holding SPR for more than 3 years. Wife and child's PR sponsored under husband. When we fill in the citizenship form, do we fill up only one form as a family or each form per applicant?

There isn't a section asking if applicant wish to include spouse and child for application, or did I miss out something?

Try to call ICA, no one answer pick up the phone, as usual. Anyone out there has gone thru this before? Would greatly appreciate your advice.

Thanks.


You will need to fill out one form each for yourself, your wife and your child. All details are on the ICA site.

http://www.ica.gov.sg/page.aspx?pageid=132

And for every application, you will need to have multiple copies of required documents. Which means you cannot share documents.

Bring along originals for sighting.

Once there, head to the 6th floor. You will be asked for your latest payslip, highest education certificate and CPF statement before anything else. This will be taken to an officer in the back office, who will determine if you can proceed with the application.

We were very detailed and meticulous, had all our documents checked and re-checked, and had extra copies of everything before we even set foot into ICA.

Good luck!

P.S. By the way, you may need some documents translated if they are required and not in English.

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 11 May 2011 2:41 pm

^^^^^

+1

Excellent! Thanks! :)

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Postby silverbowl » Wed, 11 May 2011 2:55 pm

Thanks Pendatang 71.

Very helpful information.


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