And let me guess... Some of those "some things somehow involve patronizing a firm that you have some sort of an intereste in?Jeffrey Seah wrote:I'm currently working with an agency close to ICA, and henceforth, can feed back on some measures the ICA Officers look whenver they receive a PR Application..
I too successfully applied for my wife who's a PRC, and has only resided in Singapore for less than 6 months. She's not working, but has a professional education certificate on NURSING, which Singapore sorely lacks if you've been reading through the news.
I myself only earn an average of S$3,500 monthly and definitely can't compare to many of you here who's earing power is much more than me. I'm 28 years of age, Singaporean while my wife 24 yrs of age.
There's definitely some things which you can do after applying for PR, and not just waiting aimlessly for the dreaded letter of rejection, which will greatly enhance your chances of success. I'll share some of these points at a later time... Cheers
Heh be careful there. You never know when Singapore may be roped into the next US or UN expedition somewhere as "peace keepers".tgd wrote: b:, personally and this is only me of course, I think it will be great for my son as doing this in the US would only serve to get him shot at in some country like IRAN/IRAQ etc...so, I would honestly have him make life long friends in SG, go to a great local school, for which I now get to pay lower rates and live a great, safe life in SG without the stress, knowing my son will eventually be running around the jungles of SG and Thailand in training and of course prob doing some travel;
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