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Author Topic: APPLYING FOR PR IN SINGAPORE  (Read 1225 times)
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« on: 24 May 2017, 17:22:16 PM »
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Ever wondered why is it so tough to obtain Permanent Resident (PR) status in Singapore?

Do you have friends or colleagues who wish to make Singapore their second home but are unsure on how to do it?

On 23 June 2017, Friday, WE will be sharing with you the industry secrets on how you can significantly increase your success rate for obtaining PR in Singapore.

In this seminar, you will learn:
1. Basic Requirements and Procedures for PR Application
2. Benefits of being a Singaporean PR
3. How to increase your success rate for your PR Application
4. How relevant insurance plans can significantly increase your success rate

WHO should attend?
Anyone who is interested in understanding more about Singapore PR and alternative citizenships, including all Foreign Executives, Foreign Investors, Entrepreneurs, HR Managers and Business Owners.

*LIMITED SEATS are available!!*

About the Speaker:
DAINIAL LIM is the Director of Cayman Group Holdings, the holding company of Singapore Immigration Pte Ltd and Cayman Management Consultants Pte Ltd. The firm’s origins date back to 2005 and is one of Singapore’s first immigration firms. The firm specialises in a wide spectrum of Singapore immigration matters such as Singapore PR applications, Work Pass applications, along with other visa and corporate related matters.

Since 2005, Dainial has transformed Cayman into a multi-platform company that assists clients on both corporate and immigration matters. With his strong working relationship with MOM & ICA, clients trust Cayman as a reputable and trustworthy name when it comes to immigration matters.

Dainial has also led the company in achieving the Singapore Outstanding Enterprise Award in 2012.

There will also be guest speakers during the Seminar.

!!! Dinner will be provided !!!


no way jose
« Reply #1 on: 25 May 2017, 20:14:20 PM »
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Ever wondered why is it so tough to obtain Permanent Resident (PR) status in Singapore?

Er.... no.
davie boy
« Reply #2 on: 27 May 2017, 12:56:09 PM »
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Its hard for a reason.  There is no easy way.  If you are caught cheating its you who will be  held responsible, not some fly by night agent.  Its your name on the application, not theirs.  Best play by the rules at all times.
yeah Right
« Reply #3 on: 06 June 2017, 13:26:56 PM »
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Interesting the comment on how some insurance plans can enhance you chance of getting PR! Ha ha possibly they might even be offered at the "seminar"

I wonder if these guys a regisered in SIngapore with MAS or similar.

Sounds like a scam.

PR form is easy to fill out, just difficult to qualify.
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