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I believe Sg stopping using the PR interview technique in the late 1990's or shortly after the millennium. I got mine in 1995 and did have the interview before being granted PR (two officers in a small interview room for around 1.5 hrs if I remember correctly. Even then, while the issuance of PR was a go down to the ICA building, there was not any formalities as you aren't giving up anything. Bit different when giving up your former citizenship.
In reality, probably less than a hour (mine was a special case when they found out my assimilation here after being here for 13 years) spent well over 45 minutes gossiping and giving them a blow by blow of my activities considering for the most part of the 1st 8 years were spent offshore in the oilfields. That also was back in the day of physical paper applications, etc as well. The electronic revolution made face-to-face virtually obsolete. Covid and WFH proved that it was also more cost effective and efficient in most cases.
Thanks! My purpose is to check whether this is a very rare incident or if there have been several precedents.
@epo_anonymous Thanks! Each case is distinct and treated on its own merits. As the variables that are used to judge citizenship applications are "mostly" unknown, the lower bound of this function is hard to maximize. Hence discussing this maximization problem may often lead to biased and noisy estimators. Thanks anyway.
That's a lot of words to say "You miss every shot you don't take"
My managers would be proud :D
Almost sounds like a ChatGPT response doesn't it. :lol: