The fact is that applicants who apply for Singapore Citizenship on their own experience an extremely high chance of rejection. There is a rejection rate of 90-95% for applicants who do not use a consultancy firm, with various possibilities of rejection like incomplete forms, insufficient documents, weak profiles and others. ICA does not disclose the reason for rejection and we understand that this can be quite infuriating for you.
So what are the options for you if you had your Singapore Citizenship application rejected?
Option 1: Re-apply 6 months (minimum) after the rejection date
Option 2: Submit an appeal within 2 months of the rejection date
Considering the initial negative decision, applicants who wish to re-apply or appeal need to be able to provide significant progress or improvements to their profile to overturn the decision. With little to no policy knowledge, it can be extremely difficult for applicants and it is common for them to feel that they are going about their Singapore Citizenship applications blindly.
As professionals in the industry with prior policy experience, we ensure that all clients undergo an informed process before their next move.