What documents should I prepare to submit for my PR application?

You must prepare all the documents required by the ICA. These documents include: Passport size photograph Birth certificate Highest education certificate Salary slips of last six months Form 4A Annex A Employer’s letter Notarized translations if your documents are not in English Epica Immigration Knowledge ForumSingapore PR and Citizenship ConsultantsThis information is brought to you…

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Is volunteering essential for a Singapore PR application?

Volunteering is one of the factors that ICA looks into while assessing your PR application. Having a volunteering segment in your application positively impacts the immigration officer by showcasing social integration and social contribution. Epica Immigration Knowledge ForumSingapore PR and Citizenship ConsultantsThis information is brought to you by Epica Immigration (www.epicaimmigration.com.sg). We are an independent…

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I lived in Singapore for five years but had to return to my country. I am back in Singapore now after living in my country for the last three years. Can I apply for PR now?

If you are eligible under the general criteria, then you can apply. It is recommended to spend at least two years in Singapore, though you can apply after a minimum duration of six months. Epica Immigration Knowledge ForumSingapore PR and Citizenship ConsultantsThis information is brought to you by Epica Immigration (www.epicaimmigration.com.sg). We are an independent…

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I am a PR holder in Singapore and have a wife and two kids living in my home country. I have been trying to bring them to Singapore with the sponsored scheme and was rejected twice. What can I do?

You can bring your family to Singapore on an LTVP to stay with you. If you are sponsoring your wife’s and children’s PR application, ICA considers a number of factors for it. These factors include your salary, your wife’s employment status, etc. You should check with ICA if there is any issue with your documents.…

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I have been working as a foreign worker in Singapore for two years. I was told that I must have a minimum salary of S$6,000 and a minimum five-year duration of stay to apply for PR. Can I apply now?

If you are an S Pass or Employment Pass holder, you can apply after six months of working and staying in Singapore. There is no such salary or duration of stay requirement. Generally, it is better to apply after two years of living and working in Singapore to have a IRAS tax profile, which can…

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