4 PR Application Form Tips for You

Although the Immigration and Checkpoints and Authority (ICA) has the final say in your permanent resident status, your application will benefit greatly from a personalised consultation with our team of specialists at Paul Immigrations. Years of experience in the industry have given them comprehensive knowledge and expertise to easily navigate through the entire process. Learn how you can benefit from their insightful advice and guidance applying for your PR.

 

 

1. Don’t Leave Any Fields Blank

Applying and submitting your PR paperwork can be intimidating, and you may wish to leave some fields blank for fear of providing the wrong information. If you are unsure of what information to include, engaging a professional will go a long way in ensuring that your profile is correctly completed with all the required information. Our professional specialists will guide you through the entire process and provide you with the advice and assistance you need in order for you to complete your submission in a timely manner.

 

2. Submit Documents With Truthful Information

Besides ensuring that nothing is missing in the application, it is important that all the information that you have provided is accurate to the best of your knowledge. The officers at the Immigrations and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) are stringent in their assessment. If any of the information you provided in your documentation proves to be inaccurate it will be deemed as untruthful and will be immediately rejected. Our team will ensure that all the data that you have included in your documentation is up to date, relevant and accurate.

 

3. Translate Non-English Documents For Your Application

Something else that you should keep in mind is that all documents that you submit to the ICA should be in English. If you have any documents with you that are in any other languages apart from English, you will need to have it professionally translated and notarised. These documents include but are not limited to official educational transcripts, payslips, certifications, other official documents that you will need to include. Our specialists are equipped with the right resources and people to handle important translations.

 

4. Consolidate Paperwork Before Filling the PR Application Form

There are a number of documents that are required for your submission. This is one of the main reasons to engage a professional. With the help of a professional, you will have an easier time consolidating relevant and important paperwork. It is also vital that the paperwork is organised in an accurate and neat manner. Another advantage of having a specialist guide you through the entire process is having the assurance that your petition for PR will be submitted to ICA without any missing or crucial paperwork. Keep in mind that the PR process is a strict one. One mistake can compromise your entire profile.

How Paul Immigrations Improves Your Chances

Let The Experts Guide You
Let The Experts Guide You

As you may be aware, there are a number of paperwork required in the process. Needless to say, it takes a lot of time and effort to complete a PR submission, especially if you are doing it by yourself. Fortunately, the team at Paul Immigrations has the expertise and experience to get you through the process quickly yet carefully.

Insightful Experience and Expertise
Insightful Experience and Expertise

The years of experience that our team of specialists have acquired not only gives them the edge over other competitors, but it also provided them with the know-how and keen knowledge of industry trends. This not only helps your profile, as they are able to advise you on the best possible way to attain your permanent resident status.

Personalising a Candidate’s Profile
Personalising a Candidate’s Profile

The officers at ICA receive a significant number of PR petitions on a daily basis, hence it is important that your profile stands out from the rest. Everything from your educational qualifications to professional track record will be assessed. Our specialists will ensure that your profile highlights all your best qualities.

Frequently Asked Questions

It really depends on the scheme that the candidate’s applied their PR under. Typically it takes about four to six months to be fully processed. However, factors such as the type of application and the validity of the submitted documents can increase the processing time. If you need it to be processed as fast as possible, engaging a professional will go a long way in streamlining the entire process.

Although having educational transcripts is helpful, it is not the end of the world if you are unable to provide these documents. In the event that you are unable to provide your certificates, you can provide a declaration letter to address the lack of documents. The professional team at Paul Immigrations will draft this letter if you aren’t able to provide your transcripts.

It is not possible for a candidate to submit their paperwork over the counter. Applications must be submitted through the e-Service portal on the ICA website. To ensure that you do not waste your time trying to navigate your way around, it is best to get an expert to help you with it.

Believe it or not, before 2009, it used to be a lot easier to get your profile approved. However, due to some nefarious activities, the government has decided to take stringent measures when it comes to processing profiles. This is the main reason why immigration officers review submissions carefully and will be extremely selective in the overall process.

If you check the list of paperwork required for your submission, you may notice that including a cover letter is not necessary. However, our professionals at Paul Immigrations believe that including a cover letter will improve your chances of approval.

With the help of our talented team, you won’t need to worry about writing a cover letter. One will be crafted for you with all the necessary information along with your skills and qualifications. A cover letter will set your profile apart from others, and will support your petition to become a PR in Singapore.

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