As long as you are a stable candidate and do not switch jobs often or give the reviewing officers the impression that you are a ‘job-hopper’, it will not affect your chances of PR approval.

Employment change is natural however, and if your new employment displays a progress in role or function from the previous employment, this could work to your advantage.

To ensure that ICA has your most updated information for purpose of reviewing, applicants who switch jobs while their application is still under process is required to provide ICA with the following documents once available:

–    Official Letter of Employment and Signed Employment Contract for
the New job

–    A copy of your new work pass

–    Annex A from new employer

For more information, you may refer to and arrange for a free consultation with our Immigration Specialists where a thorough profile analysis will be done for you.

How can Immigration@SG (IASG) help?

IASG’s track record in Singapore PR applications remains stellar. We have helped individuals and families from countries such as India, China, Philippines, U.S.A, South America, Australia, Malaysia, Japan and Korea amongst many others.

Our intimate knowledge of Singapore’s immigration and employment policies will prime both Employers and/or the direct individuals to have a hassle-free experience in the application process. We will handle all application matters from paperwork, liaison with the various ministries, the application proper, as well as post-application matters, where required. More importantly, clients can tap on our expertise on all advisory matters to ensure a smooth application process and higher chances of approval.

To understand more and take your first step towards a Singapore PR, arrange for a FREE consultation with our Immigration Specialists now. In this consultation, our Immigration Specialists will seek to understand your true motivations and reasons behind the application, do a full analysis on your chances, as well as advise you step-by-step what your next course of action should be.

Any issues pertaining Singapore immigration, permanent residency, and citizenship requires in-depth knowledge of policy matters. If you have any questions or seek answers on the matter, contact us at and we will be more than happy to help.

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