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Re: PR Chance 2024

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Hello Friends,

Please share your opinion on my chances of getting a PR. Here is my profile. Looking for Frank opinion if there are real chances and I should keep on trying or better to look at alternatives

1. 41 yr, Indian
2. 180k base salary. Working as Data Management Lead in MNC bank for 2 yrs. Prior to that in same bank for 14 yrs in IT. 16 years in Singapore
3. Graduate in Comp Sc
4. Son going to International school P3
5. Volunteering a donating small amounts regularly for 2-3 yrs
6. Spouse is 36 yrs. Working as HR recruiter. In Singapore Post marriage for 12 yrs. Masters in HR. Salary 70K base.
7. Applied 4 times. Each time rejected after 7-9 months when I shared some updates with ICA.
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When was your last rejection and what was your role and salary at that time?

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Re: PR Chance 2024

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Hi all,

We applied last November 2023 and it is currently "Pending". Submit documents button disappeared last week.

While we wait, would appreciate your input regarding our PR approval chances:

Applied as a family (myself, wife and kid) under PTS scheme

Husband (main applicant - me):
- Indian (Tamil)
- 32 yo
- Bachelors degree from an Indian university
- S Pass since 2014
- annual $101K
- Automation engineer (senior) at Manufacturing company (US MNC) since 2021
- married on 2018

Wife:
- Indian (Tamil)
- 25 yo
- holding Dependent pass since Aug 2023 and we are residing together in Singapore.(we stayed together in Singapore for 1.5 years during Covid period under visit pass)
- bachelors degree from an Indian university
- Not working (House wife)

- 1 kid, 2.5 yo male, born in India. In Dependent pass since Aug 2023 and residing with us.

Thanks
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Very low chance and hope to be wrong here.

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Re: PR Approval Chance 2023

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This is an update regarding my case. :D
Submitted my PR application on Feb 2024 (1.5 years stays in SG), and got approved this week (4 months processing time).
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Congratulations and you are lucky !

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Re: PR Approval Chance 2023

This is an update regarding my case. :D
Submitted my PR application on Feb 2024 (1.5 years stays in SG), and got approved this week (4 months processing time).

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Re: Introduction to Wildlife in Singapore

Sounds like living in a jungle to me 😯

But the rate of urbanisation in Singapore has almost wiped out all these wildlife in Singapore.


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oriental whip snake maybe? I saw one in Sungei Buloh once.
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I looked it up and I believe you are right - that seems to be the beautiful green snake that I saw.
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I lived off the beaten track In a pre-WWII Black and White in Seletar Camp (end of Jln Kayu) from 1983 till late 1999) It was considered well off the beaten track. I had an endless supply of not often seen critters in my compound at one time or another (several monitor lizards and other assorted lizards, lots of black spitting cobras and occasionally a python and the aforementioned green whip snake (most often found in one of my ornamental trees. Bats by the '000's and .....

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