Can I apply for PR again after canceling it earlier?

You will have to submit a fresh PR application once you cancel your status. The chances of the application being successful depend on the prevailing conditions and their merit at that time. In addition, you will need to reinstate the CPF contributions that you have withdrawn earlier with interest. However in general once you have…

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Should I inform my employer while applying for Singapore PR?

Yes, you need to inform your employer. You will need an employer’s letter and form Annex A for your PR application which your company fills. Epica Immigration Knowledge ForumSingapore PR and Citizenship ConsultantsThis information is brought to you by Epica Immigration (www.epicaimmigration.com.sg). We are an independent consultancy firm offering PR Application and citizenship Application advisory…

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Is the amount paid for the PR application refundable?

Regardless of the outcome, the fee paid for the Singapore PR application is not refundable. Epica Immigration Knowledge ForumSingapore PR and Citizenship ConsultantsThis information is brought to you by Epica Immigration (www.epicaimmigration.com.sg). We are an independent consultancy firm offering PR Application and citizenship Application advisory Services.The information provided in this article should be considered as…

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How can I apply for Singapore PR as a student living here?

You can apply under the Foreign Students scheme. To become eligible, you must be living in Singapore for at least two years. You must also pass any national level exam or be part of any Integrated Programme. Epica Immigration Knowledge ForumSingapore PR and Citizenship ConsultantsThis information is brought to you by Epica Immigration (www.epicaimmigration.com.sg). We…

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I currently live in Australia and trade stocks/futures independently, which makes me self-employed. Is there a business visa I can get to come to Singapore and then apply for PR later?

To become eligible for PR status under the PTS scheme, you must be an S Pass or E Pass holder and work in a Singapore company. You can try the investor route under the GIP scheme, but that requires you to make significant investments in the Singapore business landscape, and you must also have a…

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