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Re: PR Approval Chances - 2023

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Hello Community Members

kindly assess my profile and let me know the chances of getting PR.

Living in Singapore since 2008. Last PR rejected on 2020. Re-applied on April 2022 and still pending status for now.

Nationally - Myanmar
Visa - EP, Working as IT Network Engineer
Salary - 120K SGD p.a without bonus
Total work experience : 15 years overall
Family members - wife working (50K p.a and 1 kid (6mths))

My child was born in Singapore last year Oct and holding DP now. Recently got promoted as IT Network Manager with around 20% increasement. Do i need to update to ICA for recent increasement. Thank you for all advise.
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Always update ICA. The salary increase, birth of your child, and repeated application are all factors in your favor. Hope things work out better for you this time.
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Thank you so much for advise.

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: Is Singapore ‘home’ for you?

I think the best test to check if any place is your home, is when you are in trouble, where do you run? If you stay in Singapore, then Singapore is your home. If you run back to your home country on the 1st signs of trouble, then Singapore is not your home.

By trouble, it could mean anything. Few years back my wife was not feeling well, she had some gastrointestinal issues and no matter how much we tried the doctors here were incompetent. Since we have no relatives here, the default instinct for my wife was to run to India whenever there were bouts of these issues. Eventually we did a full check up in our home town in India for a fraction of the cost and the doctors diagonised as IBS. They gave her some antibiotics and she was fine in no time.

Another example of trouble was when I had problems with my workplace. My default preparation has been to earn enough money to be able to go back and retire in India.

I think there are enough PRs here who lost their jobs and their default 1st .....

Posted in Staying, Living in Singapore

Re: Is Singapore ‘home’ for you?

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I have now lived longer in Singapore than in my 'home' country. Singapore started feeling like home after just a few years for me. I really started noticing this when, after a trip back 'hone', the plane would touch down in Changi and I'd feel this sense of coming home. Will I ever really 'fit in' here? Probably not. But it still feels like home to me.
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Something truly comforting about landing and hearing "to my fellow singaporean's, welcome home" over the PA.
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I feel the same way. Every single time I’ve heard that spoken (only on SQ) it was always “to all Singaporeans and residents of Singapore, a warm welcome home” — and I have always kept my ears perked for the “all residents” part which has applied to me for almost 3 decades now. I appreciate that small gesture of inclusivity… especially in the recent era of more and .....

Posted in Staying, Living in Singapore

Re: What does permanent relocation to Singapore look like?

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This is my first post so please bear with me.

I am a Canadian citizen who is in the middle of a career change. The two choices are between a decent position in Canada vs. a more exciting position in Singapore (much higher salary). I expect both of these moves to be permanent.

For instance, one of my primary concerns right now is how our parents can move to live with us after they retire.

While I am confident that we will be able to obtain PR and possibly citizenship (but I'm not sure I want to give up my Canadian citizenship), I do not see a straightforward way to obtain means for our parents to live with us post retirement.
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before reading anything except your first post:

you are asian. not there for many generations. you’re not stupid.

you think the world of your citizenship. you want the best bites of everything.

thus, do not go to singapore. try someplace else. you will never be truly happy in .....

Posted in Relocating, Moving to Singapore

Re: Renouncing Citizenship and car

i think as long as you pay up the finance company won’t grumble.

you will need sing pass at a later time for convenient vehicle transfer though. else it will mean a flight back to sg?

Posted in Relocating, Moving to Singapore