3 Barriers to Becoming A Permanent Resident

1. Uncertainty With Chances of Approval

Applying for PR involves highly intimidating prep work and documentation collation with no official methodology. With such a daunting list of requirements and multiple hidden factors, how certain are you of your chances of approval?

2. Low Approval Rates

The approval rate has been plummeting since 2009, from 70,000 to 30,000. With increasingly stricter and inflexible regulations in place, how are you going to beat the odds and avoid rejection?

3. Time-Consuming and Tedious Process

Completing the application involves time-consuming documentation and extensive forms, and even a minor error or an omission of information can cause rejection. How are you going to ensure accuracy?

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5 Benefits of Becoming a Singapore Permanent Resident

There are many reasons why foreigners choose to live and work in the Little Red Dot. Apart from its safe environment, stable economy, and job opportunities, the city state is also noted for being a dynamic metropolis that is ever-changing and continuously improving to meet the demands of its people and the world.

Becoming a Permanent Resident in this city-state will open many doors for both you and your loved ones, especially when it comes to job opportunities, accommodation or even education for your little ones.



1. Abundant Job Opportunities for A Singapore Permanent Resident

Being an economic powerhouse and a global business hub has its advantages. This is largely due to the efforts and initiatives in place by the government to ensure that both Citizens and PRs are given priority when it comes to job opportunities. Our stable and secure economic policies along with its strategic location attract international businesses. With a growing number of businesses starting up in the city-state, there are an abundance of job opportunities for both locals and PRs alike. Additionally, the unemployment rate here is significantly lower when compared to most Asian countries.


2. Efficient Public Transportation for Every Singapore Permanent Resident

Owning a car here can be relatively expensive, but fortunately, due to its size and efficient public transportation, there is no need for a private vehicle in the country. The city has invested a lot of effort and time into the public transportation system, so much so that travelling from one end to another takes less than an hour, especially if you take the MRT. The train network is constantly expanding to provide travellers with an ease of accessibility to different parts of the city. Due to its cost efficiency, most residents in this city-state take public transport to get in and around the city quickly and affordably.


3. Singapore Permanent Resident’s Access To The Central Provident Fund (CPF)

One of the biggest benefits of being a PR is having access to CPF. The CPF works much like a pension system, where by PRs, Citizens and their respective employers are required to contribute a sum of money to their CPF account. CPF funds are typically split into different accounts. The Ordinary Account is reserved for insurance, education, investment and housing purposes, while the Special Account is catered for retirement, and Medisave meant to offset hospitalisation expenses and other medical insurances.


4. Political Stability and Security for Every Singapore Permanent Resident

There is rarely any political unrest in the country. Due to its strict laws and regulations, the country has maintained peace and order. Apart from this, regular police and military patrol in crowded places and surveillance has deterred and has aid in the prevention of crimes. In fact, the country’s crime rate is so low that it is noted to be one of the safest countries in the world to live and work in.


5. Dream of Every Singapore Permanent Resident: Eligibility for Citizenship

After living and working in the country for a significant number of years as a PR, you will be eligible to apply for a Citizenship. Becoming a Singapore Citizen will undoubtedly provide you with the same benefits as locals in the country. As a citizen of the country, you will have access to better tax rates, voting rights and subsidised housing instead of resale housing. Additionally, you will also obtain a Singapore passport, which will allow you to obtain visas to certain countries overseas.

How We Can Help You Apply for Singapore Permanent Resident Status

Highlight Talents and Strengths
Highlight Talents and Strengths

At Paul Immigrations, our specialists are equipped with the knowledge and insight necessary to highlight the professional skills and talents of each individual. By crafting a personalised cover letter, they strive to not only set your profile apart from the rest of the applicants but also ensure that your strengths improve your chances of becoming a PR.

Keen Insight Into Industry Trends
Keen Insight Into Industry Trends

Our specialists have years of experience in the industry and fully understand the inner workings of the system. Although the officials have the final say in the approval or rejection of your PR application, the team’s expertise can help your application gain a higher chance of approval. This includes consolidating all additional supporting documents for the application.

Streamline the Application Process
Streamline the Application Process

Although it may seem effortless to submit your application via the e-Service portal, you might end up wasting time trying to navigate your way through it. Hence, it is imperative to get an expert to guide you through the process efficiently without comprising the application process, and make sure that the overall process is smooth, fast and streamlined.

Frequently Asked Questions

To be eligible for PR, you will need to be a spouse of a Citizen or PR or hold an eligible pass. Holders of S Pass, Employment Pass, Personalised Employment Pass or Entrepreneur Pass are eligible for the status.

You may do so under certain circumstances. One of them is if you are an unmarried child of a Citizen or PR below the age of 21. Other eligible applicants include aged parents of Citizen and Student Pass holders.

It has become increasingly difficult for foreigners to become PRs in the country due to more stringent measures that the government has put in place.

Meeting the eligibility criteria will not guarantee an outright approval for your application. It is possible for applicants to meet all the eligibility criteria and still be rejected. This is one of the main reasons why you should engage an expert. A consultant will be able to help you with your application and turn the odds in your favour.

It depends on the scheme. An applicant under the PTS, GIP or Family Scheme will be able to include their unmarried children under 21 in the application.

That depends on the eligibility criteria set by the ICA. Our friendly specialists will be more than happy to discuss with you in person to help you analyse their eligibility.

It is possible, but we highly encourage you to apply with your family if you are within your means to do so.

Yes, but you would need to wait for approximately six months before re-applying.

Given the constant tightening of restrictions, consider applying as soon as possible before it becomes even harder to become an SPR.

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