You can check the status of an S Pass by scanning the QR code on it with the SGWorkPass mobile app. This will allow you to check the most updated status of the S Pass, as well as verify variable information such as date of expiry and occupation.
Immigration & Work Visa FAQs
You can get a job visa for Singapore by applying for the respective work passes (Employment Pass, EntrePass, Personalised Employment Pass, S Pass, and Work Permit) depending on your profile, qualifications and salary. To get an understanding of the various work passes available and their eligibility criteria, view this Snapshot…Read More
There are no restrictions for moving funds in and out of Singapore. You should check with a qualified professional in your home country regarding the rules and regulations in your home country there, if any.
Dependant’s Pass (DP) holders are not permitted to draw a salary and work in any company in Singapore. Letter of Consent (LOC) holders are not permitted to be named as directors and/or shareholders in any company. Dependant’s Pass holders who wish to draw a salary from any company in Singapore…Read More
No. You have to apply for an Entrepreneur Pass (EntrePass) separately. In addition, your application will be subject to review by three government agencies, SPRING Singapore, the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) and the National Research Foundation (NRF), according to prevailing criteria. To learn more about EntrePass, please refer to…Read More
Foreigners with Singapore Permanent Residence (SPR) can live in Singapore and have the advantage of travelling in and out of Singapore throughout the validity of their Re-Entry Permit (REP). Furthermore, SPRs are not required to apply for a new work visa each time they find employment. Singapore Permanent Residency can…Read More