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PR Chances for an Indonesian Chinese

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kelv0009
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PR Chances for an Indonesian Chinese

Postby kelv0009 » Mon, 22 Apr 2013 5:46 pm

Hi guys,

Just wanna have a quick check to see if I have a shot at getting the elusive PR.

My Profile:
Country: Indonesia
Race: Chinese
Sex: M
Age: 25 this year
No of years in Singapore: 14 years, of which
2 years primary
4 years secondary
2 years JC
4 years NTU (B.Eng 1st Class honours)
2 years working (currently working in SPH)
Salary: 3.4k/ month
Marital Status: Single

Appreciate your thoughts guys, cheers!
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Re: PR Chances for an Indonesian Chinese

Postby offshoreoildude » Mon, 22 Apr 2013 6:27 pm

kelv0009 wrote:Hi guys,

Just wanna have a quick check to see if I have a shot at getting the elusive PR.

My Profile:
Country: Indonesia
Race: Chinese
Age: 25 this year
No of years in Singapore: 14 years, of which
2 years primary
4 years secondary
2 years JC
4 years NTU (B.Eng 1st Class honours)
2 years working (currently working in SPH)
Salary: 3.4k/ month
Marital Status: Single

Appreciate your thoughts guys, cheers!


Male or female? Fair to middling I'd say, marry a local; breed some sons and you'll be as good as gold.
Now I'm called PNGMK

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Re: PR Chances for an Indonesian Chinese

Postby kelv0009 » Mon, 22 Apr 2013 6:33 pm

offshoreoildude wrote:
kelv0009 wrote:Hi guys,

Just wanna have a quick check to see if I have a shot at getting the elusive PR.

My Profile:
Country: Indonesia
Race: Chinese
Age: 25 this year
No of years in Singapore: 14 years, of which
2 years primary
4 years secondary
2 years JC
4 years NTU (B.Eng 1st Class honours)
2 years working (currently working in SPH)
Salary: 3.4k/ month
Marital Status: Single

Appreciate your thoughts guys, cheers!


Male or female? Fair to middling I'd say, marry a local; breed some sons and you'll be as good as gold.


Male, thanks for pointing out I missed out my gender!

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Postby nowhere » Mon, 22 Apr 2013 7:44 pm

i was under impression students who graduated from NUS/NTU were offered In-Principle Approval for PR on condition that they can find job within 1 year after graduation. Have they stopped it - since when?

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 22 Apr 2013 7:49 pm

Been stopped for around 2 years now I believe. The sad part is a lot who were offered it, didn't take it at the time and now would like to have it, but are being rejected. Gahment has a long memory.

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Re: PR Chances for an Indonesian Chinese

Postby vishalgupta2 » Mon, 22 Apr 2013 10:12 pm

offshoreoildude wrote:
kelv0009 wrote:Hi guys,

Just wanna have a quick check to see if I have a shot at getting the elusive PR.

My Profile:
Country: Indonesia
Race: Chinese
Age: 25 this year
No of years in Singapore: 14 years, of which
2 years primary
4 years secondary
2 years JC
4 years NTU (B.Eng 1st Class honours)
2 years working (currently working in SPH)
Salary: 3.4k/ month
Marital Status: Single

Appreciate your thoughts guys, cheers!


Male or female? Fair to middling I'd say, marry a local; breed some sons and you'll be as good as gold.


Gold has been losing value faster than chicken with H7N9... :D


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