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
Immigration & Work Visa FAQs / Singapore Permanent Residency
You can apply for citizenship once you have been a Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR) for at least 2 to 6 years prior to the date of application. The spouse of a Singapore Citizen can apply for citizenship after a minimum of 2-year residence as a PR and must be married…Read More
As an investor who is interested to start up a business or invest in Singapore, you may apply for the Singapore Permanent Residence (PR) status through the Global Investor Programme (GIP). You are eligible to apply for PR under the GIP if you have substantial business track record and a…Read More
The two most common routes used by foreigners to apply for Singapore Permanent Residence (SPR) are: They are married to a Singapore citizen or SPR residing in Singapore The Professionals / Technical Personnel & Skilled Worker scheme (PTS scheme)
Under the Professionals/Technical Personnel and Skilled Workers (PTS) scheme, you can apply for Singapore Permanent Residence (PR) after working a minimum of six months in Singapore.
You are married to a Singapore citizen (SC) or Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR); You are working in Singapore and can apply for Professionals/Technical Personnel & Skilled Worker (PTS) scheme after 6 months of employment in Singapore (must be a P, Q, or S work pass holder) You are investing in…Read More