The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) has raised the fixed annual salary requirement for existing Personalised Employment Pass (PEP) holders to position the PEP as a premium pass for top-tier talent. Existing PEP holders who are unable to remain on the PEP can continue to work and live in Singapore on…Read More
Immigration & Work Visa FAQs / Singapore Personalised Employment Pass
The following groups of foreigners will be eligible for Personalised Employment Pass (PEP) before the end of Nov 2012: Overseas Applicants earning a minimum salary of S$8,000 per month (last drawn salary should not be older than 6 months at the time of application). A former P1 category Employment Pass…Read More
Before 1 December 2012, all Personalised Employment Pass (PEP) holders are required to earn a minimum annual fixed salary of S$34,000. After which, the new salary thresholds apply. With effect from 1 December 2012, and in a bid to maintain the quality of foreign talent as well as to ensure…Read More
Existing Personalised Employment Pass (PEP) holders who are unable to remain on the PEP can continue to work and live in Singapore on an Employment Pass (EP) or S Pass, subject to the prevailing EP and S Pass assessment criteria.
Personalised Employment Pass (PEP) holders who have completed the 3 years of their PEP have the option of applying for Singapore Permanent Residency (PR) after one year of employment or applying for Employment Pass (EP) at the end of the PEP expiry.
Personalised Employment Pass (PEP) holders cannot be unemployed in Singapore for a more than six months while you are holding a PEP Pass. If you are unable to find suitable employment within this 6 month period, your PEP will be cancelled.