We at IASG promise to professionally map out your Singapore Citizenship application from start to finish based on our specialist knowledge in immigration policies. Having helped thousands of candidates apply for Singapore citizenship, our proven approach systematically handholds you through the processes in a manner that is designed to provide minimal hassle.
We will perform an initial profile analysis with you, free-of-charge. This is a key phase in the entire application process as we will use this session to understand your background, why you want to apply for Citizenship as well as analyse your current strengths and weaknesses in relation to what the Singapore Government is looking for. You can also use this session to clarify any queries pertaining to your Citizenship application and immigration policy matters.
Once we know your skill sets and background information, we will be able to map out your strengths as an applicant against industry benchmarks as well as what the Singapore government typically looks out for in candidates at a specific point in time. We will provide advisory and instructions on how to successfully apply for Singapore Citizenship.
We provide you with complete professional advisory across the entire phase of the application process beginning with the initial analysis, followed by the compilation of the documents, through to submission and finally the post outcome phase, before you become an official Singapore Citizen.
We understand that your application for Singapore Citizenship may be unique and not straightforward. Should you have complex profiles prior to submission, you will receive added attention as we strategise from a legal and professional standpoint using a structured approach to solve such issues. We will also provide post-application assistance when required to ensure a positive outcome.
Policy changes in Singapore can be abrupt and often. At any point in time while working with us on your Citizenship application, as and when ICA or any related government agencies mete out new policies or updates to existing policies that affect your application, we will ensure that such information is communicated clearly, especially if such policy changes directly impact you when you apply for citizenship in Singapore.
When you apply for Singapore Citizenship through IASG, we will make it our responsibility to submit your Singapore Citizenship application form and other relevant documents via ICA's e-Service according to your date of preference or whichever date that is in your favour based on our recommendation. If you have already consolidated all your required documents, we can accelerate your submission at no extra cost.
We have developed our own set of checklists that is designed to provide the most comprehensive guidance for both Mandatory and Supporting documents as required by ICA for all Singapore Citizenship applications. This is because the standard lists will make your application bare and will not paint an accurate picture of your strengths to reviewing authorities.
We adopt a computerised filling up of all Singapore Citizenship Application forms (as opposed to handwritten forms) to maintain professionalism and eliminate errors due to illegible handwriting. We will also provide a complete set of editable application forms to you, in the event a re-application is necessary. This avoids the hassle of starting the entire application process again from scratch.
Close to the scheduled ICA eAppointment date, we will compile and prepare a complete, strong error-free documents package for ICA submission. The documents package will receive adequate scrutiny and run-throughs by our legal team and immigration specialists before formally conducting a handover to ICA.
Should any ad-hoc complex issues arise close to your submission date, rest assured they will be addressed before submission to ensure that your citizenship application receives the full and fair attention it deserves.
We provide you with the necessary preparation, knowledge and information for the Singapore Citizenship Interview that will be conducted when you submit your documents as part of your application.