Emigration and Visas in Singapore
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I run a UK business and my fellow Director is an Indian National (I am a British citizen).We now want to launch our company in India and I am struggling to make any progress with the Indian High Commission. Can anyone help me with the process. I have twice visited the commission in London and wasted hours of time due to their complete lack of organisation.I will appreciate any help to make
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The rules to emigration in Singapore are rather intricate. Most will not need a visa in advance, but you are required to have return ticket, supporting documents, and sufficient money to cover expenses.
Nationals from the UK do not need a visa to enter Singapore if it is a business or social visit. However, if planning to stay there in employment then applicants must first secure a job offer then apply for an Employment Pass (EPEC) or Residence Permit.
Permanent residence is a rather meritocratic affair. The government requires you demonstrate that you are qualified or educated, therefore beneficial to the overall well-being and perpetuation of the economy. Annoyingly, the criteria can fluctuate and change in accordance with the needs of the economy.
The residency permit process requires the following documentation:
- Two application forms
- Original Birth Certificate
- Two photographs
And, if applicable:
- Spouse's passport
- Marriage Certificate
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