Our Singapore work visa services range from work permit application for domestic workers and labourers, to Singapore Employment Pass advisory and application for experienced professionals with good credentials in both education and industry knowledge. Non-residents aspiring to work in Singapore require a work visa before they can legally begin employment. Companies that hire non-residents without a valid work pass will be prosecuted under the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act.
Work Pass Application Services
Our services include reviewing your candidacy, acting as a liaison with MOM, applying for your work pass, processing renewals, appealing and tracking your application.
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Our Singapore Employment licensed work visa specialists can help you with any of the following:
The Singapore Employment Pass is issued to professionals, managerial personnel (managing directors, general managers, CEOs), executives or specialists who wish to work in Singapore. An employer or appointed employment agent needs to apply on behalf of the candidate. The candidate must earn at least S$4,500 and S$5,000 in the financial sector to qualify (more experienced candidates need higher salaries). Learn More »
The EntrePass (also known as the Entrepreneur Pass) is designed primarily for technopreneurs as well as R&D-intensive enterprises that can inject innovation and vibrancy in Singapore. There is no stipulated minimum salary for EntrePass and has a validity of 1 year. Your proposed business needs to meet certain requirements for you to be eligible for an EntrePass. Learn More »
The PEP is a special type of Employment Pass issued to top-tier individuals based on their merits. The PEP is independent of any employer; hence its holder can switch employers without affecting the status of the pass. He/she is also entitled to stay in Singapore for up to 6 months in between jobs to evaluate opportunities. The PEP is issued for a period of 3 years and is non-renewable thereafter. The qualifying salary threshold is S$144,000 per annum. Learn More »
The S Pass is designed for mid-level skilled foreign workers employed by companies operating in Singapore. The application is assessed based on a point system with consideration for each of the following factors: salary, education qualifications, skills, job type and work experience. The number of S Pass holders employed by a company is capped according to its industry’s DRC (Dependency Ratio Ceiling). The qualifying salary for this pass is above S$2,500. Learn More »
The Dependant’s Pass (DP) entitles the immediate family member of a work visa holder to live in Singapore. To qualify for dependant privileges, the sponsoring work visa holder must earn a minimum monthly salary of SGD 6,000. The status of the Dependant’s Pass is connected to the validity of the Singapore work visa. Learn More »
The Letter of Consent (LOC) is for eligible LTVP/LTVP+ holders married to a Singaporean or permanent resident and Dependant’s Pass holders who want to work in Singapore. The employer or appointed employment agent can apply for the Letter of Consent. You can only begin working after the employer has received the LOC. Learn More »
The Long-Term Visit Pass (LTVP) is for a common-law spouse, step-child or handicapped child of an Employment Pass or S Pass holder. Their are LTVP scheme and the LTVP+ scheme. Employers of LTVP+ holders may apply for the Letter of Consent (LOC) through the Ministry of Manpower’s (MOM) EP Online service. Learn More »
The Work Permit (WP) is issued to basic-skilled workers who want to work in Singapore’s in-demand sectors and are from approved source countries. The duration of a WP is two years, subject to the validity of the worker’s passport, the Banker’s/Insurance Guarantee, and the worker’s employment period, whichever is shorter. The worker is only allowed to work for an employer and in the specified occupation. The qualifying salary must be S$2,000 or less. Learn More »
The multi-journey business visa facilitates the frequent entry of business executives from visa-requiring countries into Singapore. This will benefit investors or business personnel who visit Singapore frequently to attend to their business or investment needs. Learn More »
The Work Holiday Pass is likely to be of most interest to undergraduates and post-graduates aged between 17-30, and study in an approved university in Australia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, or the United States, to work and holiday in Singapore for up to 6 months. Learn More »
The Miscellaneous Work Pass is for eligible foreigners on short-term work assignments, such as speakers at a seminar, religious workers or journalists. You must be sponsored by a Singapore-based organisation or society. The Miscellaneous Work Pass lets you take on assignments of up to 60 days in Singapore. Learn More »
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