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Thread: Withdraw CPF if PR leaves country

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    Default Withdraw CPF if PR leaves country

    Hihi, can a PR can withdraw his CPF monies if he leaves the country and renounces his PR status? He will still come back to Singapore for short term visits but will no longer stay in Singapore to work or for an extended duration.

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    He may withdraw his CPF in full if he's leaving Singapore permanently with no intention of returning for employment.

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    If the ex-PR is a West Malaysian residing in West Malaysia, according to the CPF website, he or she must also satisfy the following:
    1. You do not hold a valid Singapore Work Permit/Employment Pass
    or have renounced your Singapore Permanent Residency; and
    2. You are:
    a) 55 years old or above, or
    b) below 55 years old but above 50 and have not worked in
    Singapore in the two years before your application, or
    c) physically or mentally incapacitated from ever continuing in
    any employment or found to be of unsound mind.

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    Thanks for the info. Looks like will have to wait for more years before CPF can be withdrawn...

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    Quote Originally Posted by vincehu564 View Post
    Thanks for the info. Looks like will have to wait for more years before CPF can be withdrawn...
    Let me know if you are trill interested to withdraw your cpf amount from cpf board before 55years old. I can tell you on how to do.

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    Why withdraw the money unless you intend not to get back to singapore ever.

    After you withdraw... you will not be able to work here again.

    Keeping the money in your cpf account does give good interest. .. may make sense to keep it in the cpf account.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mar**** View Post
    Let me know if you are trill interested to withdraw your cpf amount from cpf board before 55years old. I can tell you on how to do.
    hi bro , can tell me what to do?
    i am spr and from johor ,36 years old and intend to leave singapore and withdraw all my cpf , thanks in advance

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