You will need to seek approval from the Ministry of Manpower and your company.
Frequently Asked Questions : Immigration & Work Visa
Yes, you can hold shares in other companies or be a shareholder of another company while you are holding an Employment Pass (EP).
Yes, a Dependant's Pass (DP) holder can work after the employer has received the Letter of Consent (LOC) from the Ministry of Manpower.
Yes, provided your salary is above $ 6,000.
No. Under Section 108 of the Employment Act, failure to allow an employee to leave the service is an offence. The employer is liable on conviction to
The terms and conditions of employment can only be changed if the employee agrees to it. Without your employees' consent, there will be a breach of
Yes, our Entrepreneur Pass (EntrePass) Package includes drafting of the Business Plan. We will require information such as the Applicant Profile,
No at the point of application, but you will need to hold at least 30% shares in the company by Year 2.
This is up to the employer's discretion.
A Dependant's Pass holder who holds a key appointment in any entity will not be entitled to a Letter of Consent. If they wish to draw a salary in the
Yes, a shareholder can. However, if it is a newly established company, it is important for the company to show that it is able to generate enough
No, if you are already holding an Employment Pass of a company, you cannot serve as a director of another company in Singapore.