Blog On Singapore Permanent Residence

Why People Move To Singapore To Live Over Other Countries

According to top immigration companies like DREAM IMMIGRATIONS SG or IASG or PAUL, Singapore is one of the most popular places for many expats looking to migrate to and live in.

For many of these high earning executives, they quickly see the attractiveness of SG, and want to migrate to Singapore permanently, and they apply to become a Singapore PR after having worked here and lived in Singapore for several years as an expatriate.

And it is really not difficult to see their reasons why! After all, there are lots of benefits of living in Singapore! Here are some of the most popular reasons why many people migrate and become a permanent resident in Singapore.

Best schools and educational system in the world

Singapore has some of the best schools in the world, both in the private and public sector. This is a great benefit for many parents to be able to send their children to good schools easily. As permanent residents, parents get benefits and priority for sending their kids to the best schools locally too.

Lots of shopping and family oriented entertainment locations

There are lots of shopping and entertainment places, mostly suitable for families. These are found literally all across the entire country, making it very easy for expats to find suitable living places there.

Good and safe living environment within condos

There are lots of condos with good facilities which have attracted a lot of fellow expatriates to Singapore. With sports facilities, swimming pools and safe environment for children to play, it is unbelievably attractive for people with kids to want to move to SG.

Since many expats to Singapore are also usually relatively high earning executives, they value security. With lots of condos with 24/7 security, this is a huge plus point for becoming a permanent resident in Singapore.

Great and cheap food in Singapore

Singapore’s food is also incredibly cheap and with lots of choices. Usually in such a developed city with such vast variety of food, it would cost a lot anywhere else in the world. However, in Singapore, you get these for the cheap! How amazing is that?

Blog On Singapore Permanent Residence

Can You Change Jobs During PR Application In Singapore?

Life changes all the time. Perhaps you had applied for your Singapore permanent residency 2 months ago when you were at your current job. However, just last week you received a headhunted opportunity by another company for you and now you want to switch company, but perhaps you are worried that if you change job at this juncture, you may jeopardize what is very important to you – your PR application. However, it is a great career leap for you! So which one should you do?

Well, first of all, if you actually engaged an actually good immigration consultant, they will have advised on this matter already, or when you ask them about it. Nonetheless, if you have winged your PR application this whole time by yourself, you really should start to consider using a professional PR application agency in Singapore.

Is this changing of jobs a career leap?

As you possibly already guessed, the higher your income, the more stable your employment and earnings, and the more reputable the company you are with, the higher the chances of your PR application status approval, among other factors, as explained further here in this article.

Therefore, just by changing companies or jobs, you are already showing that your employment is less stable.

However, if your earnings and salary will go up significantly, then yes it is probably perhaps even beneficial for your PR status approval by switching companies or jobs.

Or, perhaps it is a similar income level, but from a small to a significantly larger and reputable international company. In such a case, it is probably reasonable for you to still expect this change to not affect your application. Of course, find a professional permanent residency immigration consultant in Singapore if you want more details.

If this is a horizontal jump in terms of your position, and it is also to another similar company, then you are strongly recommended against doing this. Because by doing this, you will decrease the stability of your employment in the eyes of the Singapore ICA government office, and perhaps lower chances of permanent residence success.

Will anyone else put in your position also change company like you are planning to?

This is a great question and way to figure out if you should do something. If any reasonable man placed in your shoes will also effect that career change, then you doing so will be unlikely to impact you negatively. This is also closely tied to the points I had mentioned in the previous paragraphs.