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Applying for PR 2nd time - chances of Approval

Postby abhi9999 » Sat, 17 Dec 2011 12:59 pm

I am applying for PR in 1st week of January second time together with my wife.

Following are my details:
1. My and My wife are Indians.
2. Me and My Wife Staying in Singapore for 4 yrs and 11 months.
3. Presently working on P1 Pass.
4. Combined household income is $16,000+ pm. Mine is $10,000.
5. Working in a Bank as an IT Architect.
6. Wife is also working in a Bank on IT side on P2 Pass.
7. Completed 4 years of marriage.
8. Last time applied in June 2010 and got rejection in Dec,2010 and at that time my status was P2 and Salary was less by $2500. No reasons or reapply time was mentioned.
9. Attained Project Mgmt Proff (PMP) and other industry certifications in 2011.
10. No kids so far. But planning.
11. Intention is to permanently settle down in SG and in future get Citizenship.
12. We both have Master's Degree from India.
13. My wife participated in NDP 2010.
14. My total experience is 11+ years and my wife is 7+ years.
15. We are less than 32 years.


What are my chances of getting approved this time? Looking for some advice if I should wait more or try my luck again.

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Re: Applying for PR 2nd time - chances of Approval

Postby Mad Scientist » Sat, 17 Dec 2011 2:36 pm

abhi9999 wrote:I am applying for PR in 1st week of January second time together with my wife.

Following are my details:
1. My and My wife are Indians.
2. Me and My Wife Staying in Singapore for 4 yrs and 11 months.
3. Presently working on P1 Pass.
4. Combined household income is $16,000+ pm. Mine is $10,000.
5. Working in a Bank as an IT Architect.
6. Wife is also working in a Bank on IT side on P2 Pass.
7. Completed 4 years of marriage.
8. Last time applied in June 2010 and got rejection in Dec,2010 and at that time my status was P2 and Salary was less by $2500. No reasons or reapply time was mentioned.
9. Attained Project Mgmt Proff (PMP) and other industry certifications in 2011.
10. No kids so far. But planning.
11. Intention is to permanently settle down in SG and in future get Citizenship.
12. We both have Master's Degree from India.
13. My wife participated in NDP 2010.
14. My total experience is 11+ years and my wife is 7+ years.
15. We are less than 32 years.


What are my chances of getting approved this time? Looking for some advice if I should wait more or try my luck again.


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Re: Applying for PR 2nd time - chances of Approval

Postby zzm9980 » Sat, 17 Dec 2011 7:45 pm

abhi9999 wrote:What are my chances of getting approved this time? Looking for some advice if I should wait more or try my luck again.


61.73% higher chance this time over your chance last time.

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Postby abhi9999 » Wed, 21 Dec 2011 1:24 am

Thanks for your suggestions. It gives more confidence.

Is there any specific factor that I can try to improve?

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Postby Mad Scientist » Wed, 21 Dec 2011 4:29 am

abhi9999 wrote:Thanks for your suggestions. It gives more confidence.

Is there any specific factor that I can try to improve?


Get P1 and earn more than $8K and procreate. Male is good
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