Singapore Work Visa

A "Singapore Work Visa" does not exist in Singapore. Instead of a work visa, the government grants something called a work permit or work pass, allowing foreigners to work in the country either permanently or temporarily. Anyone from India who is competent and trained and wants to work in Singapore can submit an application for a work permit directly or via an employer or authorised employment agent (EA).Work permit laws in Singapore compel employers who recruit foreign workers to pay them a salary for their job, maintain a security bond, and provide health insurance.

Documents required to apply for work visa in Singapore are mentioned below

You must submit your application form and a few supporting documents. Your application will be deemed incomplete if you don't. The following papers are among them

  • Application for a Visa: You must have a properly completed and signed visa application form. The form is available for download or to be picked up at a location where visas are distributed.
  • Two colour images that were shot within the last three months are required. Your face and shoulders must be visible in the photo. You are not allowed to wear any headgear or glasses in the image.
  • Financial Documents: You will need to bring financial documents, such as your past three months' worth of pay stubs and bank statements, to demonstrate that you have enough money to support yourself while you are in Singapore.
  • Travel itinerary: It would be ideal if you let them know where and what you intend to do while in Singapore. Additionally, you must provide documentation of your hotel reservation.
  • Vaccination Certificate: If you are travelling from a place where yellow fever poses a risk, you must present documentation of your vaccination.

Eligibility- Work Visa Singapore

  • The candidate must have a current passport.
  • The candidate needs to be at least 18 years old.
  • Only the types of jobs listed in the work permits the government has issued are permissible for the applicant.
  • neither participate in any other businesses nor launch their own.
  • Work exclusively for the employer and in the profession that are listed on your work pass or work permit.
  • not marry a Singaporean native or permanent resident within or outside of Singapore without first receiving permission from the Ministry of Manpower.
  • only reside at the address specified by the employer when the work relationship began.

At all times, carry your original work permit with you, and whenever a public authority demands to view it, present it to them.