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PR for my wife

Postby pnh » Thu, 15 Nov 2012 4:36 pm

Hi,
I'm looking for advices for my wife PR.
About myself:
Vietnamese, I've been in Singapore for 12 years, PR for 9 years
Master degree from France
Total income $100K annual
Bought a condo here with mortgage
About wife:
Vietnamese, live here for 2.5 years, currently under LTVP
Master degree from France
As a housewife, she has no income.
We've been married for 2 years now, no kids.
Should I apply PR for her now or wait until next year?
What are the chances?
Thanks.

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 15 Nov 2012 5:10 pm

Flip a coin. Honestly. Yours is one that we really don't have enough anecdotal evidence to give a qualified answer. Having said that, I think I'd still apply as you both have the qualifications and you have the duration and almost through your 2nd REP and you have sank roots here with the purchase of the condo as well. It's all in your favour except for your ethnicity and their xenophobia. Remember, the worst they can say is no. Or apply again in a year. Or, you may well get it. If you do, please let us know how it goes. Add to our database.

Good Luck.

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Re: PR for my wife

Postby v4jr4 » Thu, 15 Nov 2012 5:13 pm

pnh wrote:Hi,
I'm looking for advices for my wife PR.
About myself:
Vietnamese, I've been in Singapore for 12 years, PR for 9 years
Master degree from France
Total income $100K annual
Bought a condo here with mortgage
About wife:
Vietnamese, live here for 2.5 years, currently under LTVP
Master degree from France
As a housewife, she has no income.
We've been married for 2 years now, no kids.
Should I apply PR for her now or wait until next year?
What are the chances?
Thanks.


I'm kinda curious. Did you get the invitation for citizenship back then?
"Budget Expat"

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Postby pnh » Mon, 19 Nov 2012 2:50 pm

Thanks for your replies,
v4jr4, no they did not offer me citizenship back then.


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