You can obtain your Identity Card within three months from the date of completing the PR application formalities.
If you are unable to complete your PR formalities, you must mail the ICA and inform them, providing a valid reason.
I have received my IPA after PR approval. However, my employer has refused to sign the form EP152. What can I do?
Form EP152 is required to confirm that an applicant is still working in the same company as mentioned in the PR application. If your employer refuses to sign it, you can submit other documents that can verify your current employment status. ICA can accept the following documents instead of EP152: A valid S Pass or…
All successful applicants, be it a child or an adult, must produce their Health Declaration and produce acknowledgment letter from the CPF board stating the PR formalities completion.
I am sponsoring my dependent’s PR application. Do I also need to visit the ICA Building for the appointment?
Both the applicant and the sponsor must visit the ICA’s office to complete the post-approval formalities.
It is mandatory for all PR applicants to personally visit the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority Building to complete formalities.
Generally, you must visit the ICA’s office after your application is approved. However, ICA will notify you in case it requires more information or documents via email or in the form of an interview. Interviews were a practice long time back, however in recent times we haven’t heard this practice really.
I have tried, and my PR application got rejected a couple of times. Should I file an appeal letter for rejection, or should I wait and reapply after six months?
You should appeal the rejection only when there are some significant changes in your profile, such as promotion in job, social contribution efforts, and change in the family nucleus. If there have been no improvements in your profile since your first rejection, you should work and upgrade your profile. You should also hire an immigration…