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0 J' l+ A* @8 v1 f我從台灣來這裡申請PR,因為申請人是用我老婆的名字申請,我並沒有準備太多我的資料。, \. E7 x/ d. B9 K; x: q% E
他是新加坡公民,在台灣居住了幾年,我們想帶孩子來這裡念書,+ c& C! I* Y* T0 W5 j
孩子有申請到公民,我的PR申請,卻要我提供在職證明,或是要我在新加坡找工作,才願給我申請PR。: g- v, k; U: X# Y& k9 G7 h0 g
我在台灣的公司是小公司,有幫我開在職證明,是用外交部的格式,上面並不會有我的月薪,
, }! i# K( B/ V! p我可以拿這份在職證明去申請PR嗎?要我在這裡找工作是可以,但是我沒有PR,很少公司願意聘請我。! q0 Z$ O; l4 g8 Q! a7 S
我兩個星期後就要回台灣,我是以觀光簽證(落地簽)來新加坡的。& \& y: I' Q$ t
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PR是不可能一申請就批準的。
9 v! y( u; f2 ?  K& \建議你LTVP+也一併申請,下來後就可以用這個找工作了。


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你就用公司開的在職證明,月薪可以用"所得稅單"證明,我是這樣做的。


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如果你還在台灣工作,
2 v" Z0 @* W4 j- f; S9 {8 Y: B9 a- [ 可以請人事幫你出英文工作證明,
6 c9 B) S7 d. z% j2 Z3 u 上面註明你的英文名字/身份證字號/到職日/年薪等資訊就可以,
& p6 t3 u/ }) g) @; T' i更直接的方法是直接到國稅局去申請你個人三年內的所得稅繳交證明.

5 m/ b' }+ @+ @. j5 f" w& k4 R 因為你太太和孩子已經是公民了,
2 w' G6 h( t* f; X你可以先請太太幫你申請公民配偶的長期簽證 LTVP+,
0 {) W! }& \9 N持有 LTVP+ 是可以在這裡找工作,
# H' n: S1 x% D r- P: a# x6 e雇主只要向人力部申請 LOC 就可以了,
; M9 n' C( c; d( ?* C這不會佔用公司聘請外籍工作人員的配額也不需要付人頭稅,
6 i3 m5 b5 R- o3 _. e5 z U公司也不需要幫你付CPF的錢,
) u$ B$ l. i6 {7 C6 R3 ^相信你有了 LTVP+ 找工作也會比較順利..

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ICA :NEW LONG-TERM VISIT PASS SCHEME (LTVP+)

NEW LONG-TERM VISIT PASS SCHEME (LTVP+)
01-Mar-2012 filed under Press Releases

From 1 April 2012, the Government will introduce a new scheme to help Singaporean families with foreign spouses. This new scheme, known as the Long-Term Visit Pass-Plus (or LTVP+), will provide foreign spouses of Singapore citizens who qualify, with greater certainty of stay here by granting the holder a longer period of residency. LTVP+ holders will also be eligible for healthcare and employment benefits.



2. Couples who have at least one Singaporean child from their marriage will be eligible to apply for the LTVP+. For those without a Singapore Citizen child, ICA will look at other factors such as the duration of marriage, and will in general consider more favourably those who have been married for at least three years.



3. LTVP+ holders will be eligible for a longer period of residency in Singapore. The LTVP+ will be for a duration of three years in the first instance and will be for up to five years for each subsequent renewal. LTVP+ holders will enjoy healthcare subsidies for inpatient services at restructured hospitals, which will currently be set at a level close to that for Permanent Residents. In addition, we will make it easier for LTVP+ holders to seek work here. Their prospective employer will apply to the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) for a Letter of Consent (LOC), instead of an Employment/S Pass or Work Permit, for them. LTVP+ holders who are issued with LOCs will not be counted against the foreign worker quota of their employers. Their employers are also not required to pay foreign workers’ levy for them.



4. The new LTVP+ scheme seeks to provide more assistance to Singapore families with foreign spouses. The number of marriages between Singapore citizens and foreigners has been on an increasing trend. In 2010, among the 20,273 marriages involving at least one Singapore citizen, 30 per cent were between a Singapore citizen and a foreigner (excluding Permanent Residents). This is an increase from 23 per cent in 2000.



5. Foreign spouses can continue to apply for Singapore Citizenship or Permanent Residence (PR) status. They will be granted SC or PR if they meet the respective criteria. Those who are not yet eligible for SC or PR can apply for LTVP. With effect from 1 April 2012, they can also apply for an LTVP+ status which comes with more benefits.


6. For more information on the LTVP+ scheme, please visit the ICA website at www.ica.gov.sg. You can also email ICA at: ICA_Visit_Pass@ica.gov.sg.







LONG-TERM VISIT PASS - PLUS (LTVP+)

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS



(A) LTVP+ Application


Q1: Why is the Long-Term Visit Pass - Plus (LTVP+) being introduced?

A1: The number of marriages between Singapore Citizens (SC) and foreigners has been on an increasing trend since 2000. In 2010, 30 per cent of 20,273 marriages involving at least one SC were between a SC and a foreigner (excluding Permanent Residents). This is up from 23 per cent in 2000.



The LTVP+ is introduced to help SC families with foreign spouses. It provides foreign spouses of SCs who qualify, greater certainty of stay by allowing the holder a longer period of residency. LTVP+ holders will also enjoy healthcare and employment benefits. The LTVP+ will be implemented on 1 April 2012.



Q2: Who is eligible for the LTVP+? Do all foreign spouses of Singapore citizens qualify for LTVP+?

A2: Couples who have at least one child who is a Singapore Citizen from their marriage will be eligible to apply for the LTVP+. For those without an SC child, we will look at other factors such as duration of marriage, and will in general consider more favourably those who have been married for at least three years. Each application will be considered on its own merits. Other factors that we consider include the ability of the sponsor to financially support the family, and good conduct of both the sponsor and the applicant.


Q3: What is the difference between LTVP and LTVP+ in terms of benefits?

A3: Both LTVP and LTVP+ allow the holder to have long-term stay in Singapore. The LTVP+ has a longer period of residency and comes with additional employment benefits and healthcare subsidies.


Q4: What benefits does the LTVP+ entail?

A4: LTVP+ comes with a longer validity, three years in the first instance and up to five years for subsequent renewals. LTVP+ holders will also enjoy employment benefits and be accorded healthcare subsidies for inpatient services at the Restructured Hospitals. These subsidies for in-patient healthcare services will currently be set at a level close to that for Permanent Residents.


Q5: How do I go about submitting the application for LTVP+?

A5: There is no separate application for LTVP+. Foreign spouses of SCs who submit applications for LTVP would automatically be considered for LTVP+ if they are eligible. For information on how to apply for LTVP/LTVP+, please refer to the ICA website at www.ica.gov.sg


Q6: My foreign spouse is currently on LTVP. Will she be given LTVP+ automatically or upgraded to LTVP+ if she qualifies?

A6: If your spouse is currently holding LTVP and meets the eligibility criteria for LTVP+, she will be considered for LTVP+ upon her next LTVP renewal. However, if your spouse wishes to be considered for a LTVP+ before the next renewal, she may submit a fresh application for consideration. The relevant processing fee and issuance fee (if applicable) would apply.


Q7: I have just submitted my application for LTVP for my spouse before this announcement. Do I have to re-submit an application for LTVP+? Or will my spouse be automatically considered for LTVP+?

A7: Applications submitted from 1 Feb 2012 would be automatically considered for LTVP+.


Q8: My foreign spouse is currently pregnant. Is she eligible to apply for LTVP+?

A8: Yes. She is eligible to apply for LTVP+.


Q9: If my foreign spouse is unable to get a LTVP+, can he/she continue to stay in Singapore?

A9: All foreigners must have a valid pass to remain in Singapore. The foreign spouse of a Singapore Citizen who is not eligible for the LTVP+ may be considered for the LTVP which allows the spouse to stay in Singapore.


Q10: Can I sponsor my parents or in-laws for LTVP+? How about my children?

A10: No. Parents, Parents-in-law or children are not eligible for LTVP+. The LTVP+ is only for spouses of Singapore Citizens.


Q11: What is the validity period for the LTVP+?

A11: LTVP+ holders can enjoy a period of residency of three years in the first instance, and up to five years for each subsequent renewal.


Q12: Is there any cost involved for the LTVP+ card? Is the LTVP+ card more expensive than the normal LTVP card?

A12: There is an application fee of $30. If your application for LTVP+ is successful, you will need to pay $60 for the LTVP+ card and an additional $30 if a visa is required. This is the same as the current fees for LTVP.


Q13: What is the processing time for the LTVP+ application?

A13: Generally, it takes up to six weeks to process an LTVP+ application.


Q14: How do I check the status of my application for LTVP+?

A14: You may check the status of your application for LTVP+ using iEnquiry (https://ienquiry.ica.gov.sg).


Q15: My foreign spouse and I registered our marriage overseas and our marriage certificate is issued by the foreign authority. Is our marriage certificate recognised for my spouse’s application for LTVP+?

A15: Yes, the marriage certificate issued by an authorised foreign body is recognised for your foreign spouse’s application for LTVP+.


Q16: My foreign spouse and I have undergone a customary marriage overseas three years ago. Is our marital status recognised for my spouse’s application for LTVP+?

A16: So long as you are able to show proof that your marriage is recognised in the foreign country where you had undergone your customary marriage, ICA will consider the application.



Q17: I am a foreign widow of a Singaporean and have a young Singaporean child. Am I eligible to apply for LTVP+?

A17: Yes, you are eligible to apply for LTVP+.


Q18: I am the foreign spouse of a Singaporean. I have been married for three years and have a Singaporean child from the marriage. What other criteria must I or my Singaporean spouse satisfy before I can be granted a LTVP+?

A18: Other factors that we consider include the ability of the sponsor to financially support the family, and good conduct of both the sponsor and the applicant.



Q19: Is the LTVP+ a pre-requisite for getting Singapore Permanent Residence (SPR)?
A19: LTVP+ is not a pre-requisite for the application of Singapore Permanent Residence (SPR).


Q20: I am a PR in Singapore. Is my foreign wife eligible to apply for LTVP+?

A20: No. The privilege of sponsoring a foreign spouse for LTVP+ is only applicable to Singapore citizens.



Q21: My child is born overseas and is currently on a Visit Pass/ Student Pass. Is my foreign spouse eligible for LTVP+?

A21: Couples who have at least one child who is a Singapore Citizen from their marriage will be eligible to apply for the LTVP+. For those without an SC child, we will look at other factors such as duration of marriage, and will in general consider more favourably those who have been married for at least three years.


Q22: I am the foreign spouse of a Singapore citizen and I am holding a valid work pass at the moment. I wish to apply for the LTVP+. How do I do so?

A22: Foreign spouses of Singapore citizens who are on valid work passes and want to be considered for an LTVP+ should submit their applications over the counter at the Visitor Services Centre, 4th floor, ICA Building. For information on LTVP+ application, please visit www.ica.gov.sg or email ICA at : ICA_Visit_Pass@ica.gov.sg.



(B) Employment Benefits


Q23: I am an LTVP+ holder. What is the appropriate work pass that I should apply for?

A23: As an LTVP+ holder, your prospective employer will have to apply for a Letter of Consent (LOC) with the Ministry of Manpower (MOM). You can start work only when your LOC application is approved by MOM.

Q24: What is an “LOC”?

A24: The “LOC” stands for a Letter of Consent. This is a letter issued by MOM to acknowledge and give approval to LTVP+ holders to take up employment in Singapore.

Q25: Who should be submitting the LOC application?

A25: The company that is planning to employ you in Singapore has to submit the LOC application via MOM’s Employment Pass Online (EPOL) portal.


Q26: Is there an administrative fee for a LOC application?

A26: There is no administrative fee imposed on a LOC application.


Q27: What is the LOC duration if approved?
A27: The duration granted is based on the request indicated by the prospective employer in the LOC application, or up to the LTVP+ expiry date.

Q28: Is the LOC issued in the form of a secure card?

A28: No, the LOC is issued in the form of a letter to both the employer and the LTVP+ holder.


Q29: Is the LOC renewable?

A29: Yes, the LOC is renewable for so long as you hold a LTVP+ that has at least three months’ validity.


Q30: Can an LTVP+ holder apply for multiple LOCs?

A30: No, an LTVP+ holder can only hold one employment and one LOC at any point in time.


Q31: As an LTVP+ holder, can I set up a business by applying for an LOC?

A31: No, the LOC is not meant for LTVP+ holders to set up his or her own business. It is for him or her to be working as an employee for a locally-registered company in Singapore.


Q32: I am an LTVP holder and not an LTVP+ holder, Can I apply for an LOC if I intend to work in Singapore?

A32: As an LTVP holder, your employer would need to apply for the relevant workpass, eg. an Employment Pass, S pass or a work permit if you intend to work in Singapore.



Q33: I intend to switch jobs and work for a new employer. Must I cancel my existing LOC before my prospective employer submits a fresh LOC application on my behalf?

A33: If you no longer wish to work for your current employer, you are advised to give notice in writing to your current employer. The notice period shall be in accordance with what was stated in your contract of service. Your current employer must cancel your existing LOC before your prospective employer submits a fresh LOC application on your behalf via MOM’s EPOL portal.


Q34: I am a valid work pass holder and my husband is a Singapore Citizen. Will I have to cancel my work pass before applying for LTVP+?

A34: No, there is no need for you to do so. If your LTVP+ application is approved, your work pass will only be cancelled when you report to ICA to collect the LTVP+ card.


Q35: I am an existing work pass holder and my application for LTVP+ is successful. I understand my work pass will be cancelled once I collect my LTVP+ from ICA. Can I continue with my employment in the interim before my employer obtains a LOC for me from MOM?

A35: When you report to ICA to collect your LTVP+, ICA will issue you a temporary approval letter on behalf of MOM allowing you to work for one month from the issuance date of your LTVP+. If your employer would like to continue employing you, he would need to submit and obtain an LOC for you from MOM before the one-month temporary approval expires.


Q36: Is the employer required to cancel the LOC if the LTVP+ holder leaves the company?

A36: Yes, the employer has to cancel the LOC within seven days after the LTVP+ holder leaves the company.


Q37: Is there a quota on the number of LTVP+ holders that a company can employ?

A37: There is no quota on the number of LTVP+ holders a company can hire as long as the LTVP+ holders are issued with a valid LOC. LTVP+ holders issued with LOC will not be counted against the foreign worker quota of their employers


Q38: Must the company pay foreign worker levy to hire LTVP+ holders on LOC?

A38: There is no foreign worker levy imposed for hiring LTVP+ holders.


Q39: My company intends to employ an LTVP+ holder. We submitted an S pass application via MOM’s EPOL portal instead of an LOC application. What should we do to rectify the situation?

A39: Your company should withdraw the S pass application via MOM’s EPOL portal and then submit an LOC application.


Q40: What is the processing time for an LOC application?

A40: The processing time for an LOC application is about one week.



For information about Letters of Consent for LTVP+ holders, please visit www.mom.gov.sg or call the MOM general enquiries line at (65) 6438 5122.



(C) Healthcare Benefits


Q41: What are the healthcare subsidies that LTVP+ holders are eligible for?

A41: LTVP+ holders are eligible for healthcare subsidies for inpatient services only at Restructured Hospitals and institutions (RHIs). The levels of inpatient subsidy will depend on the choice of ward class, and will be similar to the corresponding subsidy levels for Permanent Resident (PR) patients. LTVP+ holders are, however, not eligible for subsidies for day surgery, specialist outpatient clinics (SOCs) and polyclinics services.



Subsidy Levels for LTVP+ Holders (as at 1 March 2012)
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Q42: Why am I not entitled to healthcare subsidies for outpatient services?

A42: The benefits for the different groups of non-citizens (i.e. PRs, LTVP+ holders and other foreigners) are differentiated. Generally, foreigners are not eligible for subsidies. Healthcare subsidies for inpatient services are extended to foreign spouses of Singapore citizens under LTVP+, to provide some assistance for their healthcare costs.


Q43: Do I have to undergo means-testing?

A43: Yes, like Singapore citizens and Singapore PRs, LTVP+ holders will have to be means-tested for admission to Class B2+/B2 and C wards.

Q44: I am worried about my healthcare costs, as the subsidy for LTVP+ holders is limited. How can I obtain increased protection?

A44: We would strongly encourage you to take up health insurance with a Medisave-approved Integrated Shield Plan. These plans provide additional protection against large medical bills for PRs and foreigners who receive reduced or no subsidies. These plans also help cover selected expensive outpatient conditions (e.g. cancer) where there are no subsidies for foreigners, including LTVP+ holders.



LTVP+ holders are encouraged to consider purchasing health insurance early as health conditions may arise at any time. If you purchase health insurance only after you develop a condition, the condition may be excluded from coverage or you may have your application rejected.



Premiums for the Medisave-approved Integrated Shield Plans can be paid using cash or through the Medisave accounts of your spouse or your children. The annual premiums for these Plans are affordable. For a policy holder below 40 years of age, the annual premium ranges from $100 to $200 a year for plans that provide higher coverage suitable for those who receive reduced or no subsidies.



There are five insurers who offer Medisave-approved Integrated Shield Plans – AIA, Aviva, Great Eastern, NTUC Income and Prudential. You may approach any of them or a financial advisor for more information on the application process.



The website addresses of the five insurers are as follows:



- AIA : www.aia.com.sg

- Aviva: www.aviva.com.sg

- Great Eastern: www.greateasternlife.com

- NTUC Income: www.income.com.sg

- Prudential: www.prudential.com.sg


Q45: Can my spouse use his Medisave to pay for my health insurance premiums?

A45: Your spouse or your children’s Medisave can be used to pay for the premiums of your Medisave-approved Integrated Shield Plan.



For information about healthcare benefits, please visit www.moh.gov.sg or call the MOH hotline at 1800-225 4122.



(D) Other Issues



Q46: I have obtained an LTVP+. My husband is an SC. Are we allowed to purchase HDB Flats?

A46: Presently, an SC-Foreigner couple with an SC child is eligible to purchase new or resale HDB flats. Those without an SC child are eligible to purchase resale HDB Flats. Although such couples receive a lower amount of housing grant for buying resale HDB flats than SC couples, they can apply to top up to the full housing grant accorded to SC couples if they have an SC child or when the foreign spouse obtains Singapore citizenship subsequently.


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發表於 2013-9-8 15:13:04 |顯示全部樓層
本帖最後由 louistsai 於 2013-9-15 01:03 編輯
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Jean 發表於 2013-9-7 12:44 8 ~, A% b; T, J' X
如果你還在台灣工作,
$ I' z# g, P+ v/ y+ g0 ^可以請人事幫你出英文工作證明,; F- t2 r) W% y0 C+ @: _5 {7 _
上面註明你的英文名字/身份證字號/到職日/年薪等資訊 ...

) P% @0 [  I; o! G9 d; A謝謝你們的回答,我在台灣沒有繳稅,我回台灣再請公司幫我開這些證明。等我下一次回新加坡再申請囉& h$ _7 d7 r' e- A0 W- G

9 Y, \' V7 f) j3 `謝謝你們的幫忙,我有請台灣公司再重新寫一份在職證明,上面有寫上我的英文名、護照號碼、公司名稱、我的職稱及任職日期、以及補上我的薪資,4 z3 b7 i% R* N: d5 z9 M
我送去ICA,他們沒有講甚麼就直接收件了,還跟我說要等四到六個月的審查期,過了會再通知我。我可以準備過完中秋節就回台灣囉。9 C% T3 K' [: j2 k4 o7 L4 f


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louistsai 發表於 2013-9-8 15:13
2 V% C" `1 ^/ @( Z! J1 F- Q7 j謝謝你們的回答,我在台灣沒有繳稅,我回台灣再請公司幫我開這些證明。等我下一次回新加坡再申請囉
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申請結果不批准,新加坡政府真的有點奇怪,就算不批准也要告訴我理由吧!* S  W! V1 D/ h8 p! s+ m4 c
哀~~看來是不希望我去那邊發展吧!!  也不希望我的小孩當公民吧~~   ; O- h  Q* b4 u. L9 ^
看來只好讓我岳父他們來台灣定居好了,把房產賣了,到台灣養老。


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申請結果不批准,新加坡政府真的有點奇怪,就算不批准也要告訴我理由吧!6 n# e8 X) ?$ t3 s  B
哀~~看來是不希望我去那邊發展吧 ...
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對於移民審查的結果,政府一向不給理由的,只能說憑個人運氣吧!0 F( S: @! ]5 I' d
類似你這種case真的很多啦!PR是不可能馬上就批給外籍配偶的。
9 v5 Q. M( X2 [9 C3 `) ?重點是你自身要長期住在這裡,度過了一段時間的觀察期,PR自然輕鬆到手


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建議你還是先申請 LTVP+,
+ d$ p# W6 A+ Y, s/ z  p只要有 LTVP+ 就能居住找工作,8 d' V  g: w# W$ E
不會影響你在這裡的定居.


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louistsai 發表於 2013-12-4 01:53 1 W5 I' W9 R/ v  A8 l3 {
申請結果不批准,新加坡政府真的有點奇怪,就算不批准也要告訴我理由吧!5 k. X8 w* z- ^# X  Q8 y" G6 J7 {
哀~~看來是不希望我去那邊發展吧 ...
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正常,現在批給在這裡工作兩年以上的人比較多,你沒住在這裡一下就要申請 PR 確實比較不容易。


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louistsai 發表於 2013-12-3 09:53 + \: C8 c( v% W1 I' b, w4 S  g7 r' v
申請結果不批准,新加坡政府真的有點奇怪,就算不批准也要告訴我理由吧!
# V- p1 ?* e: s( @0 p; l哀~~看來是不希望我去那邊發展吧 ...

& Z% V) K7 U" H$ J"申請結果不批准,新加坡政府真的有點奇怪,就算不批准也要告訴我理由吧!"; M: F9 ]2 k6 U

4 F; r0 Z) T' x, SNo, 新加坡政府一點都不奇怪!+ r" t5 w+ W" y9 E4 j5 L
這讓你更了解新加坡啦。你可以按照所有程序去申請,但,這並不代表你會被批准.7 R# z+ i% R6 f( A$ X, U0 |
新加坡政府最常使用的回答是“case by case”,不用給你理由.. k' b; `$ T" y7 h
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7 M" y2 _, N& U# Z8 [+ ^5 M正常,現在批給在這裡工作兩年以上的人比較多,你沒住在這裡一下就要申請 PR 確實比較不容易。 ...
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我認識的一個朋友,一年半前他剛結婚也順便申請PR,他也沒在新加坡住過,他們沒有小孩,很快就通過,
1 K' J7 x& ~. c我有兩個新加坡公民的小孩跟一個新加坡公民的老婆,我在台灣也有工作及房產等,我們在新加坡有住的地方(我岳父的家),我有很好的學歷,本來想帶孩子回去新加坡發展,看來只好請我岳父他們到台灣跟我們住。
8 s+ L1 ^7 M7 |! W另外,我想到一個問題,如果我兒子都沒住在新加坡,以後是不是要回去當兵,既然不讓我的PR申請通過,; k) p  V! X0 Q, s
我也不想回去新加坡了,把兩個孩子的公民早點放棄掉,雖然覺得新加坡的護照很好用。
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我認識的一個朋友,一年半前他剛結婚也順便申請PR,他也沒在新加坡住過,他們沒有小孩,很快就通過,) T+ Z/ Z- }( M& j
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+ b. A+ }$ T1 w看來你對本地的移民慣例不是太了解啊?& e& ~5 T) U+ l
申請外籍配偶居留,一向以來就是以有保證人資格的本地人為主,也就是說你太太在這裡的條件是很重要的。
2 K% ?( L# `+ O! @7 g3 W' Z她每個月的薪水是否足以養活全家,她對國家的貢獻等等。
# U# _; R8 i8 A' ^還有,每年PR都有限額,所以近年才有LTVP+這種新的准證,方便外配申請及找工作。
7 c  n7 o2 s8 }- W$ u* R' S" x你的問題不只是你本身沒在本地居留,連主申請人及小孩都沒住在這裡,政府當然沒有理由批給你啊。; a( o/ p  c) P0 |/ R8 L7 X& K
還有,SC不是那麼容易放棄的,你兩個孩子如果是男生,兵役也是一個大問題喔!. b1 w  _' R% @
孩子到了中學以後,每次入境探望親友,在海關就會有困難了。. x9 ~; B* d7 p1 J- N
我也曾在報上看到四十歲未服役的人士一入境就面對政府提控的。
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louistsai 發表於 2013-12-6 08:22
9 A4 s1 d% a% `+ E, d我認識的一個朋友,一年半前他剛結婚也順便申請PR,他也沒在新加坡住過,他們沒有小孩,很快就通過,
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(1) "我有兩個新加坡公民的小孩跟一個新加坡公民的老婆", 這是因為, 新加坡沒有足夠的人啦! 所以,當父母之一是新加坡人,他們所有的孩子 = 新加坡人。
4 F( i2 T: b" ?; v( [(2) "我也不想回去新加坡了,把兩個孩子的公民早點放棄掉", 辦不了, 新加坡規定, 只讓他的子民在21歲之後才可以放棄國籍. 但是,男生需要在18歲當兵。高明, 高明. 如果不回新加坡當兵, 男生成為逃兵.
( f. N8 m( k+ ^7 }(3) 如果, 你的孩子永遠不會回新加坡,那現在,你應該開始計劃,讓他申請(擁有)另一個國籍。尤其, 是在允許雙重國籍的國家。
( ]; |% ]0 Q$ ~, A. F; ^. {$ _9 m( E/ a# u(4) 網上有一些方法, 讓孩子在18歲不當兵,也可以放棄他們的公民身份. 同時,可以返回到新加坡. 成功與否,還是那句 "case by case".; y. N; }0 Q- k0 o8 G
請問, 你的男孩幾歲了?


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taanson 發表於 2013-12-7 16:50
6 f2 y, ]+ F+ X(1) "我有兩個新加坡公民的小孩跟一個新加坡公民的老婆", 這是因為, 新加坡沒有足夠的人啦! 所以,當父母 ...
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% C4 g% Z" c! e$ w  O我的小孩是需要申請才會是新加坡公民,雖然,我老婆是新加坡公民,若是我們沒有提出申請,小孩將不會自然成為新加坡公民。我是因為想去新加坡發展才幫小孩申請公民,既然不批准,以後小孩就不要拿新加坡護照回去就好了。


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9 O$ G) A/ o! n0 P5 m8 f1 W% g我的小孩是需要申請才會是新加坡公民,雖然,我老婆是新加坡公民,若是我們沒有提出申請,小孩將 ...

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3 I2 T+ Y! j$ d6 k是的,您的孩子需要申請才會成為新加坡公民。
0 m9 }. W; f  }( d2 c因為你的帖子寫"我有兩個新加坡公民的小孩跟一個新加坡公民的老婆", ,我以為他們已經是公民了。孩子要成為公民是容易的,當父母之一是新加坡人,他們所有的孩子 = 新加坡人.
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* [& s# n& A- ^% \+ \如果, 你的孩子已經有公民身份,那麼,男孩需要當兵. 倘若不當兵, 男生成為逃兵. 大不了, 永遠不要進入新加坡. 但是, 你應該開始計劃,讓他申請(擁有)另一個國籍。尤其, 是在允許雙重國籍的國家。因為,新加坡這國籍, 對男孩已經是沒有用的. ; p! R# Q9 }* K0 O/ b, f" l! h2 H
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但是,如果你的孩子還沒有成為公民。如您說 "我也不想回去新加坡了", 那就不要為男孩申請公民, 這樣, 他可以自由出/入新加坡, 也沒有兵役問題 (but, 女孩可以申請新加坡公民 )/ X& g8 i3 U6 u1 B* S) e2 w/ a. U

4 |" v' |6 w! G1 q  P您說"既然不批准,以後小孩就不要拿新加坡護照回去就好了。",
3 p% R' E$ j2 `6 d; x+ R% A這一點,我想你有一些誤解。如果你的孩子已經被批准他們的公民身份。他們便是新加坡公民了。和孩子申請護照與否,沒有關係, 他們仍然是新加坡人。男孩有兵役問題,即使他沒有申請護照。+ D1 _" [+ d/ l2 ]' N' x/ w

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