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Why are many of my friends getting their PR rejected?

by Muhammad Ryhan, Practice Manager, Immigration@SG LLP

This is yet another common question we receive from individuals who are thinking about applying for Singapore PR. As applying for PR is a big step for an individual or family, it is natural that they seek advice and information pertaining success rates of applicants – usually those from the same nationality or origin. And more often than not, they always hear the same rants like a broken radio – ‘My application got Rejected!’ 

So, are Singapore PRs still being issued out?

How do you get the status of Singapore permanent resident (SPR)?

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Answer by Elena Kwa:

Singapore allows foreigners to stay in the country for 30 days without a visa. Does this mean 30 days per visit or 30 days per year?

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Answer by Elena Kwa:

How can a Singapore permanent resident (SPR) go for a gap year (travel purpose) without losing the SPR status?

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Answer by Elena Kwa:

Can a foreigner who is a Singapore PR become a Singapore citizen and retain their foreign nationality (i.e. become a dual national)?

Can a foreigner who is a Singapore PR become a Singapore citizen and retain their foreign nationality … by Elena Kwa

Answer by Elena Kwa:

What are the advantages and disadvantages of acquiring PR status in Singapore?

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Answer by Jose Carrazco:

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