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Need Advice on PR chances

Post by Twentyfour24 » Sun, 28 Apr 2013 12:43 pm

Hi All,

Would like to seek for your advice.

Below are my details:

Country: Malaysian Chinese (29yrs old)
Highest qualification: Diploma (Singapore private college)
Income: 3.6k PM (work as assistant managerial post)
Pass: SPass (since last year Nov)

1st job in Spore on 2001, holding WP and work for 2yrs. After that back to Malaysia. Came back to Spore on 2009, also holding WP. Within 2009 till Nov 2012, total change 4 job and all holding WP.

Every time I resigned also need to pay for income tax.

I am wondering about my chances for getting PR because of my poor record on the job hop and also my qualifications.

Please advice. Thanks!

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Re: Need Advice on PR chances

Post by the lynx » Mon, 29 Apr 2013 9:13 am

Twentyfour24 wrote:Hi All,

Would like to seek for your advice.

Below are my details:

Country: Malaysian Chinese (29yrs old)
Highest qualification: Diploma (Singapore private college)
Income: 3.6k PM (work as assistant managerial post)
Pass: SPass (since last year Nov)

1st job in Singapore on 2001, holding WP and work for 2yrs. After that back to Malaysia. Came back to Singapore on 2009, also holding WP. Within 2009 till Nov 2012, total change 4 job and all holding WP.

Every time I resigned also need to pay for income tax.

I am wondering about my chances for getting PR because of my poor record on the job hop and also my qualifications.

Please advice. Thanks!
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Are you a male or female?

(Of course you have to pay for income tax each time you resigned. It is standard for all foreign workers!)

To be honest, I would say that you have low chances, even if you're Malaysian Chinese. Low salary, job hopper.

But I could be wrong sometimes.

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