A mixed-race family migrated to Singapore for the main applicant's work commitments decided to settle long-term in Singapore. Being ethnically different posed a challenge for this Latino-Japanese family.
Adam is holding a senior position in a global financial institution, having been transferred from the Japan office. With expertise in financial information technology and security, he brings about with him a unique skill set on a global strategic level.
Adam is of South American origin, came to Singapore after spending many years as a professional in Japan. While in Japan, Adam married a Japanese, started a family, and was transferred to Singapore, where he soon fell in love with the efficiencies and convenience in place.
PR Challenges: Short Length of Stay, Age, Ethnic Quota, Career Industry, Document Preparation
After doing some research and speaking with fellow expats, Adam was not confident on his chances of PR application considering his length of stay in Singapore was less than a year, age, ethnic background, as well as the industry he is in, which is quite saturated.
Additionally, with a Japanese wife and young children, he is also aware that there will be some quota issues that may not be favourable toward him.
When looking through ICA’s website, Adam realized that he will not be able to pull together the vast documentation requirements and coupled with a lack of policy knowledge, he decided he needed professional help as he is serious about attaining Singapore PR.
Assisting Adam & His Family With Their Singapore PR Application
We invited Adam to our office for a free consultation to understand his background and his goals in Singapore. During the session, we shared with him the various government policies and metrics used that is relevant to a strong Singapore PR application.
Adam’s financial career can be a point of strength for his PR application. This is due to the fact that Singapore is one of the top financial hubs globally and finance talent is in high demand, especially in recent years. IASG’s job is to present Adam’s knowledge, skills, experience in his line of work and how he can contribute to Singapore’s workforce and economy.
Another possible strength in Adam’s PR application is his intention to set roots in Singapore with his family. Singapore is a pro-family nation due to the fact that the country is experiencing a consistently low birthrate and an ageing population. Moving around too often with a young family might be a tedious and tiresome process, therefore, applying Singapore PR for the whole family is a good move.
Adam found comfort in the knowledge of our expert consultants and decided to give it a try. Due to his busy schedule, he truly appreciated that IASG managed the entire PR application process for him and his family, especially the tedious documentation part. Adam was so grateful that IASG could handle his family’s documents for the submission. It was a daunting task especially when the official documents had to be translated into English and notarised. With his workload, newly settling down into Singapore, and managing a young family, he had no time to do this.
Singapore PR Approved for the Entire Family in 7 Months
Singapore PR approved for himself and entire family within 7 months!
“Since we came to Singapore, my family and I (all Japanese but me) felt like this is the place to call home from now on. Immigration@SG helped us enormously in achieving this goal. They were dedicated, detailed and had immense knowledge on the processes. They guided us in every single step and we are very happy with the positive outcome and excited about this new step in our lives”.
“Immigration@SG helped us enormously in achieving this goal. They were dedicated, detailed and had immense knowledge on the processes”.
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