How do you get the status of Singapore permanent resident (SPR)? by Jose Carrazco
Answer by Jose Carrazco:
The Singapore Government grants Permanent Residence via the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA). Unlike many countries which utilizes a point-based system, the process in Singapore differs slightly due to the geographical size of the nation.
With little to zero natural resources, the country also faces a challenge of low birth rates and an ageing population. To balance the ethnic demographics of the country so as to prevent a drastic change in social fabric, the government issues our PRs based on several criteria.
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