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Re: PR cancellation

Postby Mike alic » Thu, 31 Aug 2017 9:18 am

Yup, thats correct. I received the same thing that it will take 6~ 8 weeks of processing time.

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Re: PR cancellation

Postby Mike alic » Fri, 08 Sep 2017 6:51 am

for the benefit of others. It took exactly 6 weeks for CPF withdrawal in my case.

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Re: PR cancellation

Postby ecureilx » Sat, 09 Sep 2017 8:35 pm

Mike alic wrote:for the benefit of others. It took exactly 6 weeks for CPF withdrawal in my case.
To a Singapore account or overseas account?

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Re: PR cancellation

Postby Mike alic » Sat, 09 Sep 2017 8:37 pm

ecureilx wrote:
Mike alic wrote:for the benefit of others. It took exactly 6 weeks for CPF withdrawal in my case.
To a Singapore account or overseas account?

Singapore


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Re: PR cancellation

Postby ecureilx » Sun, 10 Sep 2017 7:44 am

Mike alic wrote:Singapore


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Gee,

Thanks for that update.

A colleague leaving was told it may longer

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Re: PR cancellation

Postby ful babu » Wed, 27 Sep 2017 11:54 pm

Also took 6 weeks 2 days for me. To a local ocbc bank.

btw they do not immediately close the account after transfer. my employer was able to transfer last pay cpf after the account was 0. so in such a case, one can request for a "supplementary payment" to transfer the remaining balance without additional paperwork (via mail/e-concierge )

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Re: PR cancellation

Postby ecureilx » Thu, 28 Sep 2017 7:05 am

ful babu wrote:Also took 6 weeks 2 days for me. To a local ocbc bank.

btw they do not immediately close the account after transfer. my employer was able to transfer last pay cpf after the account was 0. so in such a case, one can request for a "supplementary payment" to transfer the remaining balance without additional paperwork (via mail/e-concierge )

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A silly question.

Say you close your account now, does CPF board and the interest to date?


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Re: PR cancellation

Postby raiiny1013 » Wed, 22 Nov 2017 10:47 pm

Mike alic wrote:for the benefit of others. It took exactly 6 weeks for CPF withdrawal in my case.



hi it is my first time to post in this website.
can i ask you, if im withdrawing my PR, can i get whole amount from special + ordinary + medisave account?

What i heard is i cannot get the refund from medisave.

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Re: PR cancellation

Postby Strong Eagle » Thu, 23 Nov 2017 12:10 am

raiiny1013 wrote:
Mike alic wrote:for the benefit of others. It took exactly 6 weeks for CPF withdrawal in my case.



hi it is my first time to post in this website.
can i ask you, if im withdrawing my PR, can i get whole amount from special + ordinary + medisave account?

What i heard is i cannot get the refund from medisave.


You get it all back, less any prorated premiums for mandatory insurance for the year.

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Re: PR cancellation

Postby ecureilx » Thu, 23 Nov 2017 12:00 pm

Strong Eagle wrote:
You get it all back, less any prorated premiums for mandatory insurance for the year.


plus ..

Applicable interest till the date of withdrawal request.

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Re: PR cancellation

Postby mailxj » Mon, 08 Jan 2018 1:17 pm

Hi,


May i know when you guys cancelling your PR, do you just submit the current passport for processing OR all your passport since you first got your PR?

I read from ministry of foreign affair i need to submit all the passport, but i dont keep them anymore. i only have the last two with me.

appreciate if anyone can help answer this

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Re: PR cancellation

Postby ecureilx » Fri, 19 Jan 2018 9:53 am

mailxj wrote:Hi,


May i know when you guys cancelling your PR, do you just submit the current passport for processing OR all your passport since you first got your PR?

I read from ministry of foreign affair i need to submit all the passport, but i dont keep them anymore. i only have the last two with me.

appreciate if anyone can help answer this
How are you cancelling the PR ?

At ICA ?

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Re: PR cancellation

Postby Strong Eagle » Fri, 19 Jan 2018 11:02 am

mailxj wrote:Hi,


May i know when you guys cancelling your PR, do you just submit the current passport for processing OR all your passport since you first got your PR?

I read from ministry of foreign affair i need to submit all the passport, but i dont keep them anymore. i only have the last two with me.

appreciate if anyone can help answer this


You don't need to submit the passports. You can submit notarized copies... they may not even need to be notarized. The only passports you need to submit are the ones that granted your original residence, and the one that had your PR information in it.

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Re: PR cancellation

Postby mailxj » Fri, 19 Jan 2018 11:43 am

Strong Eagle wrote:
mailxj wrote:Hi,


May i know when you guys cancelling your PR, do you just submit the current passport for processing OR all your passport since you first got your PR?

I read from ministry of foreign affair i need to submit all the passport, but i dont keep them anymore. i only have the last two with me.

appreciate if anyone can help answer this


You don't need to submit the passports. You can submit notarized copies... they may not even need to be notarized. The only passports you need to submit are the ones that granted your original residence, and the one that had your PR information in it.



thank you. i submitted 2 passports along with other required documents and it went thru

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Re: PR cancellation

Postby mailxj » Fri, 19 Jan 2018 11:45 am

ecureilx wrote:
mailxj wrote:Hi,


May i know when you guys cancelling your PR, do you just submit the current passport for processing OR all your passport since you first got your PR?

I read from ministry of foreign affair i need to submit all the passport, but i dont keep them anymore. i only have the last two with me.

appreciate if anyone can help answer this
How are you cancelling the PR ?

At ICA ?


i am not in singapore anymore.am sending all the document to singapore high commission. anyway i submitted 2 passports and all other document, it went thru.


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