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Re: PR approval chance in 2020

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Hello,

Thank you for this very informative thread and clear guidance. Could you please give me your opinion on my profile:

Gender: F
Age: 43
Marital status: Single
Nationality: Spain
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Diplomas: BS, MBA (Europe)
Industry: Tech company (Facebook)
Role: Program manager
Salary: 250k
Pass: EP, same company since 2014
Stay in Singapore: 11y combined since 2009 (had an EP, PEP and unemployed for ~6months in total in between jobs before the 2014 job and only ever left Singapore 1-2 weeks when unemployed to renew visa). I understand 2014 is a reset point for duration of stay for this application .

If I were to guesstimate I’d say very low to no chances. Cons are age, ethnicity and probably job isn’t specialised enough (that could change in the next 6 months towards cybersecurity specialisation). I think I missed my window and would have had better chances ~3-4y ago if I had planned it from the start, .....

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: Apply for PR and LTVP 2020

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1. Since S pass will be canceled in mid-Dec, so I have to leave SG in Mid-Jan. However during this Covid situation, it is difficult to exit and enter for both HK and SG (require 14 days quarantine). So how long will they approve for LTVP if PMLT is approved already?

2. Can I write in/ make an appointment to address our situation to ICA? if they can hurry up the application?

3. What is the criteria to get PLOC approved?

4. Will it be a chance to get PR approved after ROM?
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1. Pre-COVID, ICA mentioned that if you have PMLA, the LTVP processing would take up to 6 weeks. We don't know if the processing time will be delayed due to COVID. I personally got my husband's LTVP approved within 2 weeks last year and his LTVP was renewed in 4 weeks this year during circuit breaker period.

2. They might ask you do a short term visit pass extension instead...

3 .....

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Redundancy - EP -> PEP activation, pros and cons, advice needed

Hi,

I'm an EP holder and have been living in Singapore for the last 5 years. I've recently been made redundant with my last day a few weeks away. I saw this coming a while back so was successful in getting my PEP (and DPs) approved recently to provide some options to us as a family whilst we decide what is next. I'm actively job hunting and our goal is to stay in Singapore.

As a PEP allows me to search for work for up to 6 months, I'm trying to maximise the time before that clock starts ticking by pushing out the PEP activation as far as possible. I understand I will be put onto a 30 day STVP once my EP is cancelled and from speaking to MOM, they said I can activate my PEP any time, including on the final day of STVP. My HR Director has also told me that should I want an extension to my STVP, she can request that once it's within 2 weeks of the original end date. This could in theory give me 2 months additional time before I need to activate my PEP.

I wanted to check if anyone had .....

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Re: PR approval chance in 2020

Hello,

Thank you for this very informative thread and clear guidance. Could you please give me your opinion on my profile:

Gender: F
Age: 43
Marital status: Single
Nationality: Spain
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Diplomas: BS, MBA (Europe)
Industry: Tech company (Facebook)
Role: Program manager
Salary: 250k
Pass: EP, same company since 2014
Stay in Singapore: 11y combined since 2009 (had an EP, PEP and unemployed for ~6months in total in between jobs before the 2014 job and only ever left Singapore 1-2 weeks when unemployed to renew visa). I understand 2014 is a reset point for duration of stay for this application .

If I were to guesstimate I’d say very low to no chances. Cons are age, ethnicity and probably job isn’t specialised enough (that could change in the next 6 months towards cybersecurity specialisation). I think I missed my window and would have had better chances ~3-4y ago if I had planned it from the start, but keen to hear your thoughts on this self-assessment!

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: PR approval chance in 2020

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Hi Friends,
Planning to apply for PR for the 6th time and need your valuable inputs on my profile and would like to know which area i'm lacking so that I can work on improving them.
All my previous 5 rejections came after a period of 6months, except the first one which took an year for rejection. 3 times applied alone and 2 times with spouse (while she was still working).
This time will be including my daughter in the application process.


Age: 32
Race: Indian
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Education: Masters from NTU
Job: Technical Lead in a Semiconductor MNC (Non-IT)
Length of stay in Singapore:10+ years
Income Tax Assessment : 8 till date
Job Experience in Singapore: 8+ Years
Salary:110K+
Pass: EP

applying with Family
- spouse on DP - Currently Not working (but have NOA for the past 2 years).
- daughter - 1 year old

Thanks in advance for your inputs on my post.
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When was your last rejection and what .....

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