MOM!? I think you meant ICA.Westfield wrote:2 years!?!? Have you followed it up with MOM? I think 1 year is unacceptable, but 2?nader wrote:Mine is pending for almost 2 years now. There is nothing you can do about it.
Whilst Malaysian Chinese seem the most favoured I had two friends who got approved 2 weeks ago and they are anything but Malaysian Chinese.Wd40 wrote:They are only giving PRs to Malaysian Chinese. They should just stop this PR by application scheme and instead go to Malaysia and catch hold of all the Chinese they can find and be done with the 6.9 million
So what if it was used to be a malay island. Afterall, it was ousted out from Malaysia and philippines had no major role over the evolvement of what Singapore today and it owed you nothing. Even the local malays have recently raised their concern on the increasing influx of phillipines immigrants. Like it or not, the racial sensitivity and proportion will always be the consideration of the gahmen here. However, your high household income plus a son are seem favourable. I have a close neigbour whom both husband & wife are working as an engineeer here for the past 10 years and has a five years old son have all gotton their PR lately after waiting for more than 1.5 yrs. Fret not if you have the credentials and just be a little patience.Westfield wrote:That's the annoying thing if true: my Filipino wife is a VP who earns more money than I do. Shes not working in a shop or as a nanny.
If these racial quotas are true, its a damn disgrace. Remember - this is a Malay island, not a Chinese one.
Yeah, but North America does not have racial quota's. Not perfect, but not that bad.zzm9980 wrote:Just like North America or Australia belongs to their natives?Westfield wrote: If these racial quotas are true, its a damn disgrace. Remember - this is a Malay island, not a Chinese one.