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Re: PR approval chances 2022

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close to zero, duration of stay is too short
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LOL. Are you sure? he has a 50% Chance now and when he completes 1-1.5 years in SG, the same goes to 90%
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havent heard of any malaysian chinese getting approved after only 6 months of stay.
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This guy applied after 1 month of stay and was approved 7 months later.

https://forum.singaporeexpats.com/viewtopic.php?f=78andt=149861andp=872507#p872507

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: Thank you

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Where is the original post? ](*,)
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Test of my memory so here goes. :) mods might be able to restore the post if they choose to

Indian family - husband 42, wife 37 and a daughter (under 10, cannot remember exactly)
In Singapore since 2010.
Husband in IT, approx salary 250k. Wife stopped working in 21 to become a home maker.
3 PR rejections. Inevitable question - how to "improve" chances :)

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: PR approval chances 2022

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Nationality: Malaysian Chinese
Age: 23
Marital status: Single
Salary: 80k
Industry: Engineer in large semicon MNC
Experience: 0
Education: Degree from malaysian uni, and doing masters now
Stay in Singapore: 6 months
Visa: EP

Hi guys, i just received my 6th month pay slip, should i go ahead and apply? What are my chances?
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close to zero, duration of stay is too short
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LOL. Are you sure? he has a 50% Chance now and when he completes 1-1.5 years in SG, the same goes to 90%
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havent heard of any malaysian chinese getting approved after only 6 months of stay.

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: Thank you

Where is the original post? ](*,)

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: Best Term Insurance

I don’t know if the above is a legit poster, but insurance is something you should buy locally, in your place of domicile… otherwise your beneficiary(ies) could have a hard time collecting the payout. If you want to save some money, buy less insurance and invest the saving.

Posted in Insurance