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Me and my partner are planning to get married Oct 2022. Both of us have been SPR for more than 2 years. Should we:
1. Apply for citizenship after we got married, and then apply as a couple, or
2. Apply individually now and update ICA after we get married
Just got rejected after 4 months of waiting.
Under Others categoty, graduated about a year back from a local university, lived in Singapore for 14 years (went to local institutions since young), salary is borderline 6 figures, speaks fluent mandarin (if that's any prereq for integration lol)
Never expected this to be a walk in the park, but that was a quick rejection
Work for 2 more years and apply again and you should have a fair chance
Just an honest question - what would the big difference be between 2 years and now? The number of tax cycles? I have already applied for the PR a few years back as a student as well.
In all honesty, I already very much consider Singapore my home, and all my friends are here in Singapore as well given that I literally spent all my formative years here. To be very frank, a Singapore citizenship does not .....
Just asking as an interest topic. So far from my personal experience. Most of my Singapore citizen friends with foreign spouse, was able to obtain PR for their other half if they either had a child or working as a professional
I have one friend who has a homemaker wife, they have no kids. He had tried on a couple of occasions for PR. Not successful. They have no children. However his wife is already in late 40s and just maybe, they may not think feasibility of child is possible. However best they obtained is LTVP+ so far. She’s been in Singapore with him at least 5 years. Her education background is close to nothing as well - is that a likely rejection reason too?
Possible, but more influential factors are things like race, income, and previous and potential contributions, .....
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