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How to Increase Your Chances of Getting PR in Singapore

Singapore is beautiful, one of the world’s most advanced countries. It is not surprising that a lot of people are migrating to live in the merlion’s den. You can’t blame them because of the country’s beautiful sights, great education system, low crime and unemployment rate, and healthcare. 

However, moving to Singapore is easier said than done. You have to go through a process to be able to legally become an official resident. If you are one of the people trying to become a Permanent Resident of Singapore, you would do anything that would increase your chances.

Here are five basic steps, you can easily accomplish to ensure you get your permanent residency status.

Fit The Criteria

This is the first step to making sure your application gets accepted. Before diving deeper into the process, it is an advantage and a must that you fit into Singapore’s PR criteria. If these applies to you, you can move on in applying: 

  • If you have a spouse or children with PR status 
  • If your parents are Singapore citizens 
  • If you are an employment pass or student pass holder
  • If you are investing in Singapore 
  • If you are less than 50 years old 

Choose The Right Scheme

Choose The Right Scheme

The next step is choosing how you will get your PR. There are three kinds of schemes you can choose from –  PTS, GIP,  and ForArts. Each scheme has additional criteria that you should consider to increase your chances of approval.

Professional, Technical Personnel and Skilled Worker Scheme (PTS)

If you are working in Singapore, you should opt to take the PTS to become a permanent resident. Aside from basic criteria, this additional factors can affect your application:

  • The industry you work in 
  • How long you have been working in Singapore
  • Your financial ability 
  • If you have other family or relative living in Singapore

Global Investor Programme (GIP)

If you have the opportunity and ability to invest in other countries, this could also be a chance for you to be able to get your PR. You can either invest in start-ups or existing companies within the country or invest your money in Singapore-based corporations. 

Foreign Artistic Talent Scheme (ForArts)

If you are an artist, Singapore welcomes you to become a permanent resident with your craft. However, the criteria are much tighter in this scheme. You are expected to have: 

  • an educational background in your field 
  • an existing professional experience and achievements 
  • a significant contribution to the cultural development of Singapore
  • Long-term plans in being part of the arts industry

Do Well In The Interview 

You have to be prepared for your application. Secure your application to get Singapore PR and file it neatly. Before you go through the interview, prepare the required documents. 

The most important step in getting a PR is acing the interview. This can make or break your application. Be confident and do well in your interview. Aside from this, you should have done your research beforehand because you will be asked several questions. 

Ask For Professional Help 

There is also nothing wrong with asking for professional help on how to increase your chances of approval. Some firms offer help for immigrants. You can also ask your friends who experienced the process already. 

Good luck with getting your blue card. Take note that these do not guarantee you getting a PR but they will increase your chances. Once you have been accepted, you can officially call Singapore your home. 

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