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I have a qn. I applied for PR in April 2021.
Just submit an update for my updated passport to ICA yesterday and the submit documents button disappeared today.
Is that normal?
It surely has nothing to do with your updated passport.
Just means you cannot leave Singapore while it's expired as if you do you are telling ICA you are giving up your PR. In the past I've gone as long as 15 months without a valid REP. But I never left Singapore (even to Batam or Johor) so no issue.
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