01 January 2015

New Year New Hope!

Happy New Year!

Looking forward to my baby this year, due date is 15 Jun, I hope everything goes smoothly. I also hope that this year can get a good increment and bonus, and also can excel at work, maybe get a promotion.

8 comments:

S'porean looking to marry foreigner said...

Happy new year! Thanks for writing this blog.

I have a question for an expert like you:
For someone who has just entered the workforce for a year, and hence has not yet has CPF or Tax records, would it be possible to apply for LTVP for spouse?

More details:
Entered workforce in beginning 2014, will submit tax forms in March 2015, but looking to apply for the new Pre-Marriage Long-Term Visit Pass Assessment as soon as possible.

Thanks for your help!

marrythaigirlsingapore said...

Happy New Year!

No problem, just inform the ICA counter staff when you are submitting the documents. What is more important is that you are holding a stable job with regular income, they can tell from the letter of employment that you will need to submit.

Best of luck!

mr lee said...

Here's to wishing you all the best and achieving all you set out to achieve in 2015. Cheers!

marrythaigirlsingapore said...

Hi Mr. Lee,

Thanks, I wish you all the best too!

Anonymous said...

Hi MTGS,

When u mean stable job does it mean u have to be with the same company for a prolonged period? cuz I recently changed jobs to a higher paying job but I have heard that changing jobs is not very good also cuz ica wanna see stability?

any idea how true that is?

marrythaigirlsingapore said...

Stable job means you are employed full-time, regular income means you get paid on a regular basis e.g. monthly pay.

Change of job should be fine as long as it is stable with regular income.

Douglas said...

Hi, another question, is it harder for self-employed persons to get a LTVP for foreign spouse? Any tips for the self-employed people?

I am currently a private tutor, hence under the self-employed category.

Thanks for your help!

marrythaigirlsingapore said...

Hi Douglas,

I think most cases not easy because people don't keep track of their earnings, but if you can prove that you have regular income, I think should be fine.