polar bear 20 wrote:Myanmar Citizen
3 years in Poly
3 years in NUS
6 month working in manufacturing company
Engineering Position (Basic Pay : 2.7k)
Do I have chance to get PR ? I have been in Singapore for 7 years.
Mayb, and MAYBE, if you attach letters like volunteering work etc. or something like that .. sometimes the Officer takes, mostly they just ignore .. still I am doubtful if the ECA stuff will add value or not .. my take is mostly the officer will not even take it as it is not in their list of documents to peruse and take.polar bear 20 wrote:I am planing to apply PR in coming July. According to research that I did, I found out that getting recommendation letters may boost up the chances of getting PR. I requested my university professor to write a recommendation letter for me and he is willing to help me . The thing is that we are not sure what the content of the recommendation letter is . please help me =)
exactly .. as said, sometimes the officer may not even accept it, as they look for "birth cert, educational documents, Income tax .. " etc.. and they don't want stuff not in their list of things to check / accept.kenza wrote:No harm trying, but even letters form MP are useless these days as they receive too many.
On a case by case basis, MPs "MAY" give letters .. then again, how effective it is, I would say not effective at all ..JR8 wrote:MPs don't represent foreigners.kenza wrote:No harm trying, but even letters form MP are useless these days as they receive too many.
As I posted my experience, well, you are true in the success part too ..sundaymorningstaple wrote:The only time a letter from an MP might help is if one spouse is a Citizen. Even then, it's rare that they are successful. Been rather close to that problem a number of times.
Totally waste of time to seek help from MP. You will see their expression change as the more you seek for their assist. Trust me, I have my fair share of experience with them. Those MP assistant are morons! They complain to their MP saying that my wife (PRC) gave them attitude which is not true! In the end I had some unpleasant argument with her (my MP is a lady) Those MP assistant simply don't understand where am coming from nor understand the purpose of my visit. They like to assume things and deliver crap shit service and Master of Tai Chi. Simply bush things off like how they deal with the elderly folks.sundaymorningstaple wrote:The only time a letter from an MP might help is if one spouse is a Citizen. Even then, it's rare that they are successful. Been rather close to that problem a number of times.
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