Singapore Permanent Residence

Singapore

Getting Singapore permanent residence is highly desired. Singapore is graded as the best nation among other countries in the world about its excellence of life, offering a controlled political environment, cultural variety, high levels of the medical facility, and educational system. Read details here.

Getting Singapore permanent residence is highly desired. Singapore is graded as the best nation among other countries in the world about its excellence of life, offering a controlled political environment, cultural variety, high levels of the medical facility, and educational system.

Advantages of Singapore Permanent Residence

Singapore's permanent residency grips a lot of similar benefits as Singaporean nationality. The advantages of Singapore Permanent Residence status are:

  • The holder can switch jobs
  • You will obtain a Blue Card, which permits you to enter and leave the nation without having to appeal for particular travel or work visas
  • You can get the financial and tax aids
  • You will have a better possibility of receiving a loan
  • You will be permitted to buying a public housing
  • You can also appeal to your household members' Permanent Residency
  • You will get closer to Singapore nationality

Who is Qualified?

You are qualified to appeal for Singapore Permanent Residence if you are one of the following:

  • The owner of an Employment Pass, Personalized Employment Pass, EntrePass, or S Pass. Besides, you should have been working in Singapore for six months before applying
  • The lawful partner of a Singapore permanent resident or Singapore national
  • Unwedded children below 21 years old of a Singapore permanent resident or Singapore national
  • Aged parent of a Singapore national
  • Bearer of a Student Pass
  • Foreign investor (at least S$2.5 million investment) in Singapore.

How to Appeal

The online appeal procedure for Singapore PR is as follows:

  • Log in to ICA's eService for Permanent Residence through an account
  • Select whether you are appealing as:
    • An Employment Pass or S Pass owner
    • Singapore national
    • Singapore Permanent Resident
    • International student
  • Dependent on your status, you have to select whether you are appealing for:
    • By yourself
    • Spouse and children
    • Old parents
  • You will be revealed a list of forms and documents:
    • Get and complete it
    • Upload softcopies
  • Finish the Singapore PR appeal form
  • Fill up all further needed fields on the online appeal facility
  • Later you finish your application, you will have seven days to upload all the other documents required
  • Upload softcopies of all the obligatory documents
  • Make the payment for the Singapore PR appeal fee as specified on the eService

Required Documents

You should have various subsidiary documents, such as:

  • Photocopies of the passport's biodata sheet
  • A photocopy of your immigration pass.
  • A copy of your ID (if appropriate).
  • Photocopies of your all educational certificates
  • Passport size recent photo which meets the Singapore photo necessities
  • A signed statement form obtainable on the eService.
  • If you are working and you are appealing for PR as an EP or S Pass owner:
    • A letter from the company affirming your designation, salary, and the start of employment
    • Salary slips for the last six months
    • Testimonials from any previous employers
    • Valid Business Registration Documentation
  • For spouses and if you are appealing for PR for your spouse:
    • Wedding certificate
    • Birth documentation of children or adoption documents
    • Guardianship documents of children from prior weddings
    • Death certificate or wedding documentation from a previous marriage
  • For children:
    • Birth certificate
    • Adoption documents
    • Guardianship papers
  • For international students appealing for PR:
    • Photocopies of all educational certificates
    • Mark sheets copies
    • Vocational trade certificates
    • Professional license's copies
    • Photocopies of your parents' passports
    • Your birth certificate
  • All the documents have to be in English or translated into English


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