PAUL IMMIGRATIONS REVIEWS: How Easy to Apply for Singapore PR
When you are thinking about moving abroad; to pursue a better study, a better career, a better life, and future not just for you but for your own family, it must be not so easy to imagine how many hours to put some works and efforts to prepare and to actually show that you are legally eligible to get that resident status so you or (and) your family can have the same rights as an individual that born and raised in that country, although not as much as citizens get, at least it’s easier is some part of their lives that the PR holder can enjoy the benefits for themselves and their families. Especially in developing countries, and one of them is a tiny island in South East Asia as one of the biggest economies, a multicultural society, high-quality education, the best public the service sector, and an advanced country, like Singapore.
There are no questions that Singapore is one of the best countries in the world to work, live and study. Even as an Indonesian, besides going back and forth to Singapore just for a little shopping holiday, business trip or even a weekend escape, some of our countryman that have been wanting for more prominent and secure future, the city-state is one of our choices to get Permanent Residency (PR), but how to apply the Singapore PR application effortlessly?
There are so many reasons why someone interest to have permanent residency in one country, you fell in love living in the country for so long, you love the society, how people living their life, the business opportunities, or something more personal like you have been married with local, you are running a local business, you have been in the country with your family and thinking it’s better to step up your status among locals and you are feeling like being part of the community. So, are you thinking to apply as a Singapore PR already? And do you think you are eligible?
As a foreigner, you may be eligible to apply for permanent residence if you are a/an:
● Spouse of a Singapore citizen (SC) or permanent resident (PR)
● Unmarried child aged below 21 born within the context of legal marriage to, or have been legally adopted by, a SC or PR
● Aged parent of a SC
● Holder of an Employment Pass or S Pass
● Student studying in Singapore
● Foreign investors in Singapore.
After you stated to be able and eligible to apply, then what’s next? The work and papers you need to do and prepare are probably will be so stressful, hassle and time-consuming. It’s better to handover the adversity and all distress to the one that can handle and expertise in this field. A team of professionals that understand the state regulations, the proven works that have been helping so many foreigners to get their Singapore PR.
Not only this tiny island country is fastidious and particular in term of giving the foreigners its PR, but the process can be exhausting and frustrating, that’s the time you need a helping hand, a professional team at Paul Immigrations who’s ready to help you with your application, whether you are the first time applicants or for those who are re-applying but now want to make it easier and stress-free.
Paul Immigrations Reviews: What can they help with your Permanent Residency status?
As an immigration consultancy firm which established since 2016 in Singapore, their expertise and comprehensive knowledge of Singapore’s immigration law by providing foreigners with professional assistance and valuable insight has been delivering help to over 15,000 satisfied clients to reach the objective to get Singapore PR with a high success rate over the years. As a permanent residence (PR) even you are still foreigner but the benefits you get as a PR in one country that you can call home, where you can live, work, your children can pursue their study and dream and have a proper future in the city-state without old and boring bureaucracy, and feeling a sense of welcome as a part of the community.
As you know that we need ID, papers, permits, visas, countless papers and money as a foreigner that’s living and do business in one country. As a PR in the Lion City, these documents will no longer be a necessity. In addition, there is a myriad of other benefits you will enjoy as a Singapore PR such as:
● The ability to apply for Singapore Citizenship in the future, which will offer you the same rights as citizens who were born in the country.
● No need to apply for additional visas if you are traveling in and out of the city-state.
● You already want to settle in life, but not with your current job. As a PR, you will be able to change jobs without the need to submit another application for a work permit each time.
● Thinking about housing or property investment, you have the ability to buy certain properties, including those under the public housing programme by the Housing & Development Board (HDB). In addition, PRs who wish to purchase a private property can enjoy lower buyer stamp duty.
● The business and investment and you need some loans. You can have access to a greater variety of loan schemes as well as a higher likelihood of loan approvals.
● For your family, as your children start to enter the school age, they will be prioritised before non-residents, thus enabling them a higher possibility of acquiring a place in their preferred schools.
● About your own secure future and retirement, as you devote most of life in the country, you will be entitled to the Central Provident Fund (CPF) – Singapore’s pension scheme – which will provide you with financial security when you have reached your retirement period.
There are 6 steps that Paul Immigrations will help you granted your permanent residency status from the beginning;
It includes the information to ascertain that you meet the eligibility criteria for Singapore PR status, such as the type of work pass you are holding, whether you have family relations with citizens or PRs in the country, whether you have any pending application with the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA), your age, duration of stay in the country, salary, and tax report.
Appointment with Client
Passing the first round interview, sales representative (SR) of Paul Immigrations will set up a face-to-face appointment with you to verify your work pass. Your profile will be reviewed by the SR, also will go through on the factor that will affect their success rate of your PR application, include your education qualifications, industries you are employed in, and if you have admirable merit and so on, ICA’s annual quota of approved PR application, the political climate in Singapore at the point of your application, and the difficulty of having your application approved. Then you decide whether you wish to engage the company’s services to increase your likelihood of having a successful application.
For Document for Client
You decide to apply and it’s time for you to submit your documents to the immigration specialist, you can schedule a meeting or scanning your document and send it via email. The document you required to submit includes: Audited form submission (form 4A), correct compulsory documents (required by ICA), and essential additional documents that reflect your participation in charity work, community involvement and etc.
Here’s the team from Paul Immigrations will help you complete the PR application form based on the details you have filled in in your documents. The company’s in-house writer will also write a customised cover letter based on the questionnaire you were required to complete as well as the application form. Three factors that will be included are your commitment, contribution or skill set, and your profile assessment.
- PR Application Submission
After everything is completed, you will go ahead with the application’s submission on ICA’s electronic Permanent Residence (e-PR) portal, whether submit the application remotely or schedule an in-person meeting with the client to submit the application. These steps sometimes take an average of one or two months.
- Outcome of Application
ICA’s assessment of each PR application generally takes around four to six months. Depending on whether your application is approved or rejected), the specialist will advise you on the next step to take.
KENZO LEATHER CORD EMBROIDERY BUMBAG (Unfortunately, it's Sold Out already)
BAG OBSESSION: 5 SMALL BAGS FOR MEN - The trend amongst shoppers always has it, can change the doubt in me into an obsession, waiting for almost a year to finally purchase a small bag into my leather collection, and finally, the choice fell for Kenzo, a leather bumbag in Prussian blue with logo cord embroidery details with a hint of yellow and black color (loved it).
Unfortunately, this bag is sold out everywhere, so if you fell in love with this bag as same as me, it's mean no chance except there's someone change their mind and want to sell this beautiful bumbag. The reason I love this bad is the color, the size suits me (not too small and not too big), and the logo even it says KENZO, I felt it's not tacky at all
(bye the tiger one that I feel so done with lol).
But still, the obsession continues, I want more small bag, bumbag, shoulder bag, you name it. I have been wanting to buy a Prada shoulder bag (maybe later) but I compile the best small bags for men from East Dane, in case you are looking for a small bag to accessorize your look.
- Maison Margiela Waist Bag
Love the simple design of Maison Martin Margiela waist bag, with the four side staples that's so iconic with contrast and huge white leather tag, the only thing I wonder, why it's not leather?
- Coach New York | Signature Blocking Rivington Utility PackLove the blue and subtle monogram leather in the back, so definitely not tacky, this is my second choice after Kenzo Bumbag, moreover, I already have Coach New York as my travel duffle bag, but the color and combination for the whole bag are nice.
- WANT Les Essentiels | Mini Epps Roll Top Bucket BagLove the uniqueness of this bag, it's unique, simple, classy and all black with silver metal accent. I mean, totally mini-bag obsession. I feel this bag is quite versatile, you can use it as casual accessories even it's giving me little sporty vibes to me.
- Loveee the military green color and eye-catching orange lining on the inside, the vibes of masculinity but cheerfull makes me obsessed with this small bag for Tokyo based label, Porter. I was planning to purchase this bag, but it's too big for me (in my opinion), but still, I want this to be my go-to hang-out bag.
- MCM | Fursten Monogrammed Leather Small Belt Bag
It's luxury, the color is shining and splendidly gorgeous, the subtle monogram is a good move, and look at it paired with navy blue color #Stunning and pop up. The size is enough, simple but still screaming MCM. Good to be added on your small bag collection.
LW'S DESIGN FOR ST. TROP TRANSFORMS BETWEEN DAY AND NIGHT - As guests step onto the teak deck and into the rooftop expanse, they’re blown away by the vibe that the St Trop bar exudes, but even the vibe varies between night and day. St. Trop is a unique pool bar on the rooftop of the Waldorf Astoria Dubai International Financial Center.
The inspiration behind the design is the luxury yacht scene of the Cote d’Azur, and the aim was to develop a space that could serve different needs at varying times of the day.
During the day, the pool’s blue hues, along with the sunshine, would highlight feature birdcage hanging chairs on the upper deck. Similarly, bright lime and turquoise cushions calm the senses under a bright blue sky and lofty clouds. These features make for a soothing and refreshing space that alleviates stress and strikes negativity.
At night, charcoal tones in the modular seating for the lower lounge complement the night sky. The monochromatic- colored lounge chairs adapt to the club-like environment that takes over the pool bar at night. Meanwhile, bright lights under the stars make for an enigmatic aura. Behind the bar, the dark finish of the basalt stone with ribbed detailing seizes the audience’s attention.
But of course, some elements, such as the teak deck, stand out no matter what time of day. Similarly, the St. Tropez-inspired murals on the walls show off captivating greenery that stands out during the day, and subtly adds an edge to the area at night.
The rooftop-based pool deck has a laid-back and contemporary feel, thanks to the LW Design team’s seamless execution. When the sun is out, guests can bask in the sunshine, soak up some warmth beside the pool, and relax while sipping on some iced tea. After sunset, the mesmerizing lights, coupled with fast- paced music creates a new world where guests can enjoy drinks in front of the bar and on the deck until the early hours of the day.
HOTEL DEALS: THE EDITION BARCELONA - This winter, Ian Schrager’s The Barcelona EDITION invites you to soak up the Catalonia rays with an exclusive winter sun package. Until 31st March 2020, guests can stay in one of the property’s state-of-the-art signature rooms or suites – all of which reflect the extraordinary style that EDITION is renowned for, from custom-designed furniture, sophisticated Spanish leather headboards to grand windows revealing breath-taking views of Barcelona’s skyline - for three nights or more and receive one night complimentary.
Start each morning with a delicious breakfast at the hotel’s spectacular lobby bar, Bar Veraz, for a complimentary buffet made from the freshest seasonal ingredients. Bask in the sunshine, with a visit to The Roof, located on the 10th floor of The Barcelona EDITION, it offers faultless city views over Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, Santa Caterina Market and the district of El Born. Food and drinks are served all day, including small plates of light, flavourful dishes designed to be shared amongst friends and families. Enjoy innovative seasonal drinks as well as healthy juices and smoothies at the travertine marble-fronted cocktail bar.
Perfectly located in the heart of the city, The Barcelona EDITION is just a stone’s throw away from main city beaches, Las Ramblas and main luxury shops as well as Gaudí buildings on Passeig de Gràcia. After seeing the area from the hotel’s rooftop bar, guests can explore the landmarks of the iconic Gothic Quarter, including the famous Barcelona Cathedral or the Roman Wall.
Rates start from 285 EUR per night plus tax. Reservations are prepaid and non-refundable 24 hours after booking time. Please note this offer is subject to availability and cannot be combined with other special offers, promotions or discounts. Penthouse and Studio Terrace categories excluded.
To make a reservation please call +34 936 26 33 30 or email email@example.com
For more information about The Barcelona EDITION, please visit www.editionhotels.com/barcelona/
Avinguda De Francesc Cambó 14, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
17 LEGENDARY HISTORIC HOTELS YOU SHOULD VISIT ONCE IN YOUR LIFETIME - 17 Legendary Historic Hotels Inducted into Historic Hotels of America and Historic Hotel Worldwide
These historic hotels dating back to the 13th century. The 17 iconic hotels represent different independent hotels, brands, and collections from around the world and from ten countries.
Historic Hotels of America has inducted these hotels through April 2017:
- Inn at Willow Grove (1778) Orange, Virginia
Hotel fun fact: During the Revolutionary War Generals Wayne (Georgia) and Muhlenberg (Pennsylvania) camped at Willow Grove during the southern campaign to assist Marquis de Lafayette in forcing the British to surrender. Inn at Willow Grove was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1979 and the Virginia Landmarks Register in 1978.
- Penn Wells Hotel (1869) Wellsboro, Pennsylvania
Hotel fun fact: The Philadelphia Inquirer called it “the gem of the Roosevelt Highway.” During World War II, Corning Glass Works, the predecessor to today’s Corning Inc. celebrated its Christmas party at the hotel, and in appreciation, presented the iconic American Flag made of 1,438 Christmas ornaments which can be seen today in the lobby.
- Hotel Saranac, Curio Collection by Hilton (1927) Saranac Lake, New York
Hotel fun fact: An iconic landmark in the Saranac Lake village, the hotel has been thoughtfully restored and renovated while maintaining its historic charm and fascinating architecture, including the Great Hall, inspired by a 14th century Italian palace.
- Alpenhof Lodge (1965) Teton Village, Wyoming
Hotel fun fact: The Alpenhof Lodge, was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2016. Alpenhof, the first lodge built in Teton Village, preserves its Bavarian-heritage style similar to those in many Alpine ski resort destinations.
- NH Collection Florence Porta Rossa (13th Century) Florence, Italy
Hotel fun fact: The windows of the hotel bear an inscription in Italian, Per non dormire "[A reward] For not sleeping,” the motto of the Salimbeni family, the first owners of the ancient palace. This hotel is thought to be among the oldest in Italy.
- Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa (1400) St. Andrews, Scotland
Hotel fun fact: The Old Course at St. Andrews is one of the oldest golf courses in the world. Golf became popular in the Middle Ages, so much so that the game was banned in 1457 by King James II of Scotland, who felt it was distracting young men from archery practice. Succeeding monarchs repeated this ban until James IV became a golfer himself.
- NH Collection Amsterdam Barbizon Palace (15th Century) Amsterdam, Netherlands
Hotel fun fact: Located across from Amsterdam Central Station, the heart of the hotel is built from several 17th century Dutch townhouses that have been seamlessly combined. The hotel’s predominant meeting space is the 15th century St. Olaf Chapel. The chapel, named for the Norwegian monarch from 1015 to 1028, is believed to be one of the oldest standing structures in Amsterdam and is accessible through an underground passageway.
- Domus Renier Boutique Hotel (1608) Chania, Crete, Greece
Hotel fun fact: For centuries, Chania Harbor served as the first defense against invading armies from the Roman Empire, the Byzantine peninsula, and the Ottoman Empire. The entire Chania area, including its classic architecture, spectacular towers, awe-inspiring gates, tranquil monasteries, opulent palaces, clandestine underground exits and entrances, and historic fortifications, is pending approval and designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hotel complex that houses the palazzo, constructed at the beginning of the 15th century, is also home to a small family chapel, the Panagia of Renier, which is located on the backside of the mansion itself. This chapel, as well as the gate to the palace, has remained untouched. They have been preserved and are in magnificent condition.
- Hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski Dresden (18th Century) Dresden, Germany
Hotel fun fact: Taschenbergpalais had a prominent role in the history of the Saxony region and the city of Dresden. Originally built by a celebrated patron of architecture, and King of Poland, Augustus II the Strong, the palace became the home for generations of Crown Princes and their families. Following an incredible restoration that began in 1992, the palace was transformed back into a luxurious celebration of its royal past and opened as a luxury hotel.
- NH Collection Madrid Palacio de Tepa (1808) Madrid, Spain
Hotel fun fact: Located in Barrio de las Letras, Madrid’s literary district, and first built for the last Viceroy of Spain in Mexico, the hotel is a former, neoclassical palace. Genuine 16th century artifacts are displayed behind glass panels at the reception desk. The hotel sits in front of the Church of San Sebastian, built-in 1554.
- NH Collection Amsterdam Doelen (1815) Amsterdam, Netherlands
Hotel fun fact: Overlooking the beautiful Amstel River and dating from the 15th century, the original building, The Swych Utrecht tower, was built in 1481 as part of the complete defense wall that protected the city. The tower was used as a military training space, or a “doelen,” for the Kloveniers, who were civic militia guards. In 1642, the civic guards assigned Rembrandt van Rijn to produce a group portrait of their militia company. This painting was later called The Night Watch and became one of the most famous paintings in the world. By the 17th century, the tower had been expanded into the City Hall, and in 1815, it was transformed into a hotel. The hotel’s Rembrandt Suite is along the wall where The Night Watch was first displayed.
- NH Collection Venice Palazzo Barocci (1890) Venice, Italy
Hotel fun fact: The hotel is located in a former Venetian palace, overlooking the Grand Canal and the Rialto Bridge, and built on the site of the former Teatro San Angelo (1676). Renowned composer Vivaldi premiered many of his famous operas in this theater. Today, the images that line the walls of the hotel are all historic Venice from the Alinari collection; Fratelli Alinari being the world’s oldest photography studio dating back to 1852.
- Grand Hotel Kempinski High Tatras (1894) Strba Strbske Pleso, Slovakia
Hotel fun fact: Grand Hotel Kempinski High Tatras consists of three parts, all of which were established in different periods. The oldest is the Jánošík, which was completed in 1894, followed by the Kriváň, which was completed in 1906, and finally, the Hviezdoslav, completed in 1923. All of these buildings were eventually linked together to form one hotel complex.
- NH Collection Roma Palazzo Cinquecento (1900s) Rome, Italy
Hotel fun fact: Originally built as a post office in the early 1900s this historic hotel overlooks an idyllic garden. In front of this garden is a section of the Servian Wall, which was constructed to protect “The Eternal City” in the 4th century BC.
- Hotel Adlon Kempinski (1907) Berlin, Germany
Hotel fun fact: Hotel Adlon Kempinski is one of the most legendary hotels in Germany. The list of famous guests that stayed at the original Hotel Adlon is a virtual “who’s who” of celebrities and entertainers. Albert Einstein could often be seen in the window of his corner suite, which overlooked the Brandenburg Gate, waving to pedestrians on the Pariser Platz below. Suite 101-114 was the preferred room of Charlie Chaplin. Other famous guests include industrialists Henry Ford and Thomas Edison, Presidents Herbert Hoover, Theodore and Franklin D. Roosevelt; and Hollywood luminaries Mary Pickford and Josephine Baker. The second Hotel Adlon re-opened on August 23, 1997, and celebrates over 100 years of history.
- NH Collection Brussels Centre (1926) Brussels, Belgium
Hotel fun fact: This Art Deco hotel near the Rue Neuve, was built for visitors to the 1930 World Exposition. In honor of its centennial, Belgium welcomed guests from around the world to two massive fairs in Liege and Antwerp. The hotel was designed by Michel Polak (1885-1948), a famous Belgian architect recognized for his art deco, classicism, and modernist architectural styles. He is credited with numerous projects within Europe including the renovation of the personal Villa for Henri Nestlé, founder of the Nestlé Company, in Montreux, Switzerland.
- Tivoli Lisboa (1933) Lisbon, Portugal
Hotel fun fact: The Tivoli Lisboa is just a short walk from traditional Portuguese neighborhoods such as the Bairro Alto and Chiado. The hotel’s name is from the landmark music hall/cinema (Teatro Tivoli) that still occupies the western corner of the Avenida da Liberdade. Beatriz Costa was the biggest star of musical theatre in Portugal and Brazil. She lived the last 30 years of her life in room number 600 and is the “soul” of the hotel.
“We are delighted to have inducted these four legendary historic hotels into Historic Hotels of America and these 13 iconic historic hotels into Historic Hotels Worldwide through April 2017,” said Lawrence Horwitz, Executive Director, Historic Hotels of America and Historic Hotels Worldwide. “We are very pleased to announce new partnerships with NH Collection Hotels and with Kempinski Hotels and look forward to inducting additional historic hotels in 2017 from each of these companies. We commend these companies for the tremendous stewardship of their historic hotels. Based on nominations currently in review, we expect to announce later this year the induction of many more independent historic hotels as well as historic hotels representing many brands and collections into both historic programs.”
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