sundaymorningstaple wrote:Don't worry about it. You are good to go provided you did not omit any relevant data on the application. If you got the IPA, unless she fails a medical (if requested), you are good to go.
Are you a Singaporean or a PR. What is you wife's nationality?
What are your educational qualifications? Hers?
Hi guys thanks for reply.
I am a SG citizen, my wife is PRC. I am 100% honest with the application.
She is only primary sch level, for me i am NTU second upper honors graduate. She passed the medical exam already
How about her valid pass? Do they approve on that day itself? Cause her pass valid till 23 July... The appointment is on 22 July. One day left, is it too risky to risk it?
I'm a newbie too. I've been helping my bro-in-law in his LTVP applications for his wife & children for several years now, and so far we've not been rejected for as long we have all documents as requested and in good order.
Since you apply online, I assume you have already received the email from ICA about the AIP and made the necessary online payments before booking the appointment. Click on the link in the email, it will bring you to the e-VP page where you should be able to see the application reference number VSC2013xxxxxxxx, your wife's name as in her passport, application submission date and payment details (amount and date paid). If you have made the necessary payments, it should state S$60 Issuance fee, S$30 Visa fee (Total of S$90).
- Get all your original documents ready (your NRIC, her passport & white Embarkation/Disembarkation card, both yours & wife's educational certs, marriage cert as per requested in the Approval Notice) and make at least one set of photocopy each,
- print out the Approval Notice (set the printer to Actual size, and not Fit to Size, so that you can easily scan the barcode on your appointment date),
- print out the IRAS/CPF Authorisation Form, complete it and sign it,
- print out the Form 14, complete any missing details and sign it accordingly,
- and print out the Terms & Conditions of Issue of Long Term Pass Card, complete and sign it accordingly.
Don't worry so much about your CPF contribution history, etc. You need to get all your documents in correct order.