3 yrs in SG under P2 pass, PR application still rejected

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3 yrs in SG under P2 pass, PR application still rejected

Post by sgprinquirer » Mon, 23 May 2011 3:10 pm


I just got our PR application result today, rejected :( . I don't know what is reason as the letter did not say. I've been working in Singapore for 3 years under P2 EP pass, salary is 5XXX a month, I applied along with my husband, son and daughter. Bachelor's degree, Filipino. Husband and myself are both in 30+ age. It seems that my qualifications are all good except that my husband is unemployed at the time of application. Does husband's employment play a big role in PR approval even if the wife is the main applicant? Does he need to find a job first before we re-apply?

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 23 May 2011 3:48 pm

When the government is looking for any reason at all to reject PR applications based on the sentiment from the ground (GE), that's as good a reason as any.
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Post by Mad Scientist » Mon, 23 May 2011 4:42 pm

Filipinos have one of the highest rate of renouncing PRs over a period of 5 years. The only thing is you guys do it properly compare to our sub continent friends. Most of you guys use SG as a stepping stone to other countries which is a fact .
Patience and prepare for worse. The Gahmen is listening attentively to the backlashes. Even the Ministerial pay is going to be down size with immediate effect.
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