Sadly, it doesn't say that they will subsequently automatically be issued with PR. This way, it allows ICA unlimited variation in the acceptance criteria which as we all know, has been changing with great regularity in the past year plus. It only means that they will accept your application for "consideration".Brah wrote:I'm sure this is somewhere but couldn't find it. If I did let the flames begin but I need some assistance.
As a PEP trying to get a PR, and my green card starts with G, reading this on the MOM site has me wondering:
The following categories of foreigners are eligible to apply for permanent residence:
(a) Spouse and unmarried children (below 21 years old) of a Singapore Citizen
(SC)/SingaporePermanent Resident (SPR)
(b) Aged Parents of a SC
(c) P, Q or S work pass holders
Or am I missing something?
BTW SMS thanks for your PEP sticky.
Whether it gets a subsequent approval after adding up all the pluses and deducting minuses, it anybody's guess. Obviously, if one, especially in view of the newest revelations for PEP, for example, is a PEP holder with Q or P2 background (time/income based PEP) the odds now of getting PR are slim unless the other background points are very desirable, e.g., Malaysian Chinese with a degree and young enough to still get married or already married male sprog suitable for cannon fodder.