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
Immigration & Work Visa FAQs / Singapore Entrepreneur Pass
The Singapore Ministry of Manpower usually takes eight weeks to process an Entrepreneur Pass (EntrePass) application. If further clarification is required by the MOM, the processing period will be extended.
Examples of businesses that will not be considered for Entrepreneur Pass (EntrePass) include: Coffee shops, hawker centres, food courts Bars, night clubs, karaoke lounges Foot reflexology, massage parlours Acupuncture, traditional Chinese medicine, herbal dispensing Employment agencies, geomancy agencies To learn more about EntrePass and its qualifying criteria, please refer to…Read More
The Singapore Entrepreneur Pass, more commonly known as EntrePass, is a type of visa which is catered towards technopreneurs who are planning to set up a company in Singapore.
The following documents are required when applying for the Singapore Entrepreneur Pass: Singapore EntrePass application form 8 A copy of educational certificates One passport-size photograph taken within the past 3 months A copy of the passport personal particulars page Contracts (or definitive understanding) with potential clients for the new business…Read More
To be eligible for a Singapore Entrepreneur Pass (EntrePass), you must meet the following criteria. 1. The Singapore company must be incorporated already or intended to incorporate: If the Singapore company is already incorporated, it must be a Private Limited Company registered with Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority and must…Read More