Despite surging demand, the yearly limit of 30,000 approvals reflects the tougher assessment process. With the percentage of successful candidates falling fast, PR hopefuls are under immense pressure to apply sooner rather than later.
Preparing for submission is extremely tedious, and the online application can be intimidating. Beyond ensuring all data provided is accurate, applicants must also be fastidious about leaving no blanks or risk immediate rejection.
Cloaked in secrecy, the entire vetting process remains undisclosed till today. Even rejections do not come with any explanations, leaving candidates uncertain about their chances should they attempt again.
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Every individual interested in applying for Singapore Permanent Resident (PR) status is required to apply via the Immigration & Checkpoint Authority’s (ICA) online portal, the electronic Permanent Residence (e-PR) system. There are several stages to this process, including the completion of forms as well as the upload of supporting documents, all of which has to be submitted within seven days (168 hours). This can make the entire process overwhelming and daunting, particularly if you are a first-time applicant.
If you are keen on becoming a Singapore PR but are unsure of the online application process, set your worries aside. With our guide, we will help you each step of the way to ensure you have ticked all the boxes in your submission.
You will need to ensure that you meet the requirements of the scheme that you can apply under. There are five schemes that you can consider, and they are namely the Professional, Technical Personnel and Skilled Workers (PTS) scheme, Foreign Artistic Talent (ForArts), Family, Foreign Student scheme and Global Investor Programme (GIP). Be sure to go through the list of requirements, and verify if you meet them to proceed.
Upon establishing that you are eligible to apply for the status, your next step will be to meet the list of submission requirements. You will be able to find the list of documents and forms on the official website of the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA). This is the time to start gathering all the official documents, educational certifications, payslips and more. Scan them in high resolution, and ensure that they are clear and legible.
As ICA vets the application in the English Language, any document that is not in English should be submitted along with an official translation of the paperwork.
With the digital documents in hand, you may be ready to proceed. However, we do suggest for you to go through all of them to check for any missing documents or errors. It is best to get a friend to help you out or a professional who is effective in spotting any mistakes in the submission like Paul Immigrations.
Our team of specialists has acquired years of expertise under their belt with regard to helping our clients on their path towards acquiring PR in Singapore. With that, our experts will guide you every step of the way and advise you on how you can improve your approval chances.
The list of supporting documents you are required to submit to ICA can get pretty lengthy, depending on the PR scheme you are applying under. Let our team of experts handle this task for you and ensure no paperwork is left out of your submission.
All submissions for permanent residency have to be done within seven days from when the online application started. At Paul Immigrations, we will help you plan and organise all the tasks that need to be done so you can meet this deadline with no trouble.
The Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) requires PR applicants to complete their submission online via the e-PR system. Therefore, you do not need to be in the country to do it.
No, we can assist you with it remotely if you do need to be out of the country. However, you would need to attend an in-person interview in the initial stages of preparation within our office premises. This is to enable our team of specialists to carefully assess your eligibility to acquire permanent residency.
This depends on which PR scheme you are applying under. If you are applying on your own merits via the Professional, Technical Personnel & Skilled Worker (PTS) scheme, you will need to use your own SingPass to access ICA’s online portal.
However, if you are applying for permanent residency under the Family Scheme (i.e. under the sponsorship of your Singapore Citizen spouse), you will have to log onto the e-PR system using your spouse’s SingPass. This also applies should you decide to apply for PR status for your children or aged parents as well.
At Paul Immigrations, our team of specialists will guide you throughout the entire process of applying for permanent residency, starting with an assessment of your PR eligibility. This assessment allows us to evaluate your chances of acquiring PR status in Singapore. With this evaluation, we will be able to help you identify areas of improvement in your submission to increase your approval chances.
After assessing your PR eligibility, we will guide you through the necessary supporting documents you will need to submit. In addition, our team of professional writers will help to plan and craft a customised cover letter you can include in your submission. Do not worry about accidentally missing out on any of the paperwork — we will assist you in the preparation and compilation of all your documents to ensure nothing is left behind in your submission.
Every applicant is expected to complete their application forms and upload all of their supporting documents within seven days (or 168 hours) from the time they started their online application. Failure to make your submission within this given timeline will cause your application to be purged from the ePR system. In this case, you will have to start this whole process over from the beginning.
If you are concerned about meeting this seven-day deadline, seek the help of the team of specialists at Paul Immigrations. With their guidance, you will not have to worry about not being able to make your submission within this time frame. Our experts will help you organise and plan every aspect of your application, ensuring it is completed and submitted on time.