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.