A country that checks off many boxes, Singapore is a popular location to settle down in. The bustling city state has something for everyone, making the arduous journey towards permanent residency very tempting for many.
You may know by now that the approval rate has been largely the same for the past three years (approximately 30,000 yearly) since the government tightened the assessment process. Fortunately, there are several actions you can take to increase your chances of becoming a permanent resident. Read on to find out how an expert can benefit your submission.
A specialist will be able to provide you with an in-depth analysis of your eligibility to become a permanent resident.
Upon evaluation, the specialist will be able to determine whether you should apply or build your profile for your future application. An in-depth analysis with a PR agent can also derive which application scheme you should apply under.
Meeting the requirements set out by ICA is one of the keys to a successful PR application.
Albeit not compulsory, a personalised cover letter acts as an extra push to getting your application to stand out. There are several beneficial reasons to include a cover letter in your submission. From a cover letter, the application officer can:
While you may attempt to write a cover letter on your own, our specialists at Paul Immigrations have honed their professional writing skills over the years. They will be able to assist you in writing a high quality cover letter that showcases you in your best light, allowing your skills and your personality to shine through.
An ideal application process would be hassle-free. Unfortunately, that is usually never the case — especially when applying to become a permanent resident in the Little Red Dot. With a strict criteria and a significant number of documents required for your submission, it is no wonder that the process can be fairly tedious. An agent will help you streamline that process by:
Paul Immigrations specialists have the capabilities to manage your records with a high level of expertise and professionalism. Drawing from a wealth of experience, the team can oversee and organise the high volume of paperwork to ensure a strong submission.
With a long list of requirements, the entire application process can leave you in a daze. Keep the confusion to a minimum with the guidance of Paul Immigrations. Possessing years of experience, specialists will ensure your application is complete and accurate.
To complete your application, the ICA requires you to submit a large quantity of essential paperwork and certifications. With our team of specialists, you can expect a high level of organisation during the process of compiling your documents.
For many applicants, the submission process can be a lengthy and tedious one. Specialists at Paul Immigrations are will simplify the process for better understanding and provide you with top pointers to help you boost your application.
Yes, our highly experienced team have the know-how to assess your eligibility and are constantly updated on any changes.
If you fall into any one of these categories, you are eligible:
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There are five documents necessary to complete your application.
Should any of the above be missing or illegible, your application will be rendered unsuccessful. Given the large volume of paperwork, Paul Immigrations can assist you by ensuring you have the right documentation and by organising and submitting them in a timely manner.
It is understandable that your official paperwork may be in your native language. However, upon submission to Immigrations & Checkpoints Authority (ICA), everything has to be legible in English.
Your documents should be submitted along with translations. To adhere to the requirements of the ICA, these are the only three acceptable methods for translation.
Do note that if you choose to engage a private translator, the translated documents will require certification by either the High Commission/Embassy of the country of the document’s origin or a public notary based in either Singapore or country of the document’s origin.
Paul Immigrations can help you when you choose to apply again. Our specialised team of experts can help assess your previous application to see which areas can be improved upon.
No, we will need you to be present in Singapore to verify your documents in person.
Yes and no. There is no one best scheme that can guarantee success. However, we can advise you on the best scheme possible for you, based on your profile and achievements.