ICA requires an applicant to submit a minimum 6-month payslip attached with the application to prove their employment in Singapore. We suggest that you wait for at least 12 months to get a higher chance of getting approval.
Each approved Singapore PR has a 5-year Re-Entry Permit (REP) validity. We will suggest the PR holder stays at least 50% of the time in Singapore and be gainfully employed by a Singapore-registered entity in his/her latest 2 years before the renewal to secure high chances of having the REP renewed. Similarly, there are not Singapore PR points when it comes to renewal of the REP. With Singapore emerging into a Smart Nation, all records are digitalized, which means that your arrival and departure from Singapore, employment records, tax contribution etc., are digitally recorded. When ICA reviews your renewal of your REP, all these records will be considered before giving you an extension or renewal.
It depends on which stage you are at. If you have submitted your Singapore PR application and waiting for the outcome, you need to update ICA if there are changes in the followings:
You must renew your REP at least three months before it’s expiry. We will suggest you do it as early as possible so that if there are other documents required from your side, you have enough time to provide them.