I don't think you followed my advice, which would have answered almost all of your questions. Why not?beppi wrote:Browsing this and other forums, as well as reading the ICA and MoM webpages will help you.
A friendlier attitude towards those of us who are trying to help you is also appropriate.
As I said, he can apply, but he will be rejected (especially if he is Indian, as they currently don't accept Indians).sachindeepp wrote:My question is that: His consultant said that he can apply for PR after 6 Months of marriage and he will get definitely the PR , Processing Time will be 2 months, so actually he will get PR after 8 Months Of Marriage, is that true.
The Singapore authorities also dislike consultants, thus his chances will be higher if he applies without help. It is very easy and quick to do so, so please tell him to ditch this consultant!
I think the age threshold is above 40 (check Ministry of Defense webpage!), so he would have to serve. If he does not, it is a criminal offense and he will be put into jail for a longer time (and will subsequently not get any visa for Singapore ever again).sachindeepp wrote:4-Part 1 : he is 29 Years old , so please tell me that Is it compulsory for him to JOIN National Services (NS) for 2 years after getting PR after marriage.
4-Part 2 : and if he will not Join the NS then what will happen.
4-Part 3 : And also tell me how he can exempt himself from NS.
The only way to exempt himself from that is NOT applying for PR.
Only citizens get a Singapore passport.sachindeepp wrote:13. Is the PR holder will get the red passport too.
PR, EP, S-Pass are kinds of visa. They should have no influence on any other country's visa you apply for, but to be sure you need to ask that country's authorities.
You can freely marry a Singaporean if you never had a WP in your life.sachindeepp wrote:14. if i am on Employment Pass or on S Pass in Singapore can i marry a Singapore Citizen girl. I mean Government of Singapore will allow me to marry her or not..
Please note that marrying does not entitle you to any visa that allows staying or working in Singapore. As mentioned before, you can probably get an LTVP (no work allowed) after living with your spouse for two years or so and if she has more than S$2800/month income. You can cover the time until then by having your own visa (e.g. EP) or living in another country.