Has your Singapore PR application been rejected recently? Fret not! At Singapore Immigration Partners, our team specialises in PR appeals. So, let us help appeal against your Singapore PR rejection.
ICA never reveals the reason for rejecting your Singapore PR application. Hence, it can be challenging to determine why your application failed. However, based on the rejection letter template you receive from ICA, we can provide you with insights on your Singapore PR rejection and advise you accordingly to enhance your chances of a successful PR appeal. This includes reassessing your profile based on the current immigration situation, quota and policy changes from ICA and helping you with the PR appeal letter to ensure you follow the correct format.
We will suggest you submit an appeal on your rejection or reapply for Singapore PR after analysing your rejection letter. This is to ensure that your next application stands a better chance of approval.
Below are some of the common Singapore PR rejection templates we have handled before with great success. Upon reviewing our clients’ profiles and applications, we were able to successfully appeal their PR rejection, helping them to obtain approval for their PR applications.
Getting your PR rejection letter can be disheartening. Nevertheless, many might be tempted to appeal their PR rejection straight away. While we understand your desire to obtain Singapore PR, we recommend reviewing your eligibility again to ensure you fit the profile the ICA is looking for. This way, you do not waste time and effort preparing a PR appeal only to get rejected again.
Here are the requirements for becoming a Singapore PR:
Moreover, the ICA considers several factors as part of its evaluation process:
This assessment determines your readiness to integrate into Singapore society and contribute to its development. Often, an application is rejected because the applicant fails to fulfil the requirement for any of these categories. We recommend speaking with our consultants, who can help you determine the primary cause for your PR rejection and advise you on whether to appeal or work towards reapplying again in the future.
If we believe there is a high chance of success, our professional consultants will work with you to bring out the best in your PR appeal. Rest assured that we can guide you through the entire appeal process, including assisting you in preparing the PR appeal letter, ensuring you follow the correct format, and helping you prepare all the necessary documents, to increase your chances of securing a PR approval.
Need to appeal PR rejection in Singapore? ‘You have to back your appeal with necessary documents, a good letter of appeal and more. Contact us today so we can assist you with your appeal.
Your PR appeal letter can be submitted within 6 months from the date of your Singapore PR rejection. However, we recommend submitting your appeal as soon as possible. Ideally, within the first 2 weeks after rejection. The longer you take, the lower the chances of your letter being considered positively.
To appeal your Singapore PR rejection, you must craft and email your PR appeal letter to the relevant ICA department with your application number.
Alternatively, you can mail it to the following address:
Permanent Residency Department
10 Kallang Road
After submission, you will receive an acknowledgement that your appeal letter is received and a decision on your PR appeal will be communicated to you in due course.
It depends, as every individual’s case is unique. Nevertheless, ICA usually takes around 6 to 8 weeks to respond to a PR appeal.
ICA does not prohibit applicants from submitting a brand-new PR application while their appeal is in progress. So if your PR appeal is taking too long, you can consider reapplying. However, we would advise against filing a new application until you receive the outcome of your current appeal.
You can only submit a PR appeal once. Therefore, we recommend working with our professional consultants to ensure everything is in order before submitting your appeal to enhance your chances of success.