Are you feeling low that your Singapore PR online application got rejected and wondering what could have happened?
There are multiple reasons behind an outcome, be it positive or negative. ICA assesses every case carefully, and that is the primary reason why an applicant has to wait from four to six months after applying for the highly coveted status.
Understanding what went wrong before you re-apply would matter the most now. Your aim now is indeed to receive a positive outcome — realising your biggest dream of becoming an SPR.
Here is how you can move ahead:
First step is to check if you meet all the requirements to apply for Singapore Permanent Residence once again. Find out which scheme would best suit you as a PR applicant.
The following are major consideration factors, depending on the scheme you are applying for:
Sometimes you may fall into two or more categories. In such cases, approaching a specialist can help you find out which would be your best choice and prepare substantial supportive documents to strengthen your submission for ICA’s evaluation.
Next, seek professional advice on the possible reasons you were rejected. Understanding the requirements of becoming an SPR and being extremely precise during the process is not an easy task. Engaging an immigration consultancy firm such as Paul Immigrations with a team of highly experienced specialists would definitely help you out at this point.
Our team of experts can assist with highlighting your areas of concern. Therefore, you would be able to save a lot of time and hassle of trying to find out what could have led to your application’s rejection on your own. A professional would then guide you in your scheme selection, collate all essential paperwork without an error and keep you updated. These concrete steps would ultimately aid in finally achieving your dream.
The third step is to look out for ways to ensure that your submission stands out above the rest. Every year, you would be competing with many other prospective PRs. ICA only approves around 30,000 PR applications per year. Here are some strategies that our specialists take to raise your chances of being one of them.
Your length of residency also demonstrates a commitment to live in Singapore. Higher emphasis is placed by ICA on this since the officers wish to ascertain that you are not going to renounce your Permanent Residency in the coming years should be granted the status.
Given the tedium of the SPR application process, it can be tiresome to ensure that every step is error-free. At Paul Immigrations, our specialists guide our clients with expert tips for every step taken forward. Whether you need to be sure with the needful documents, understand your success ratio or get help with the online system, the experts have your back.
ICA has to validate the purpose of your application and so, the number of documents required per scheme can be very overwhelming. Our key services include professionally compiling clients’ necessary documents. You can relax, knowing no crucial documents would be missed out for submission and ultimately cost your result.
With the authorities sieving through thousands of applications per year, yours has to look promising. One way is to give it a polished cover letter that highlights your best qualities and capabilities. Our highly experienced in-house writers can draft out a professional cover letter which would highly substantiate the documents you submit.
Yes, you are always welcome at our office where you will find professional guidance from a Paul Immigrations’ expert.
Having our specialist sit in with you whilst you proceed with the online submission would eradicate all your hesitations and worries. There is no need to stress over what to do next or how to fill up a specific field because help is readily available.
Yes, it may. The government emphasises on family ties, and the inclusion of children in your submission goes to show your commitment to the country.
Engage our team of professionals to assist you. We are well-versed with the ins and outs of the system, be it enabling cookies and pop-ups or determining your login credentials.
We are sorry that you have had to face a rejection. Unfortunately, you would have to wait for 6 months before reapplying.
Do speak to a professional who has the right expertise to spot the areas of concerns to help in your reapplication.
You may reapply after a 6-month waiting period from the date of the outcome. At that juncture, engage our services to guide you in identifying and addressing the areas that require attention before reapplying for SPR.