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I am staying in Singapore, holding a Dependant's Pass.
I wish to work here full-time

Spouses of Employment Pass holders can work in Singapore. The spouse may consider working on an Employment Pass. Prevailing eligibility criteria will have to be met. Alternatively, spouses on Dependant's Pass may also work on a Letter of Consent from MOM. The employer with whom the spouse has secured a job is to submit the application for an Employment Pass or a Letter Of Consent.

To ascertain if one is likely to qualify for an Employment Pass, a self-assessment tool (SAT) is available online.

For Dependants of Employment Pass Holders

Pass, Permit or Programme Type of applicants
Letter of Consent (LOC) Dependant's Pass holders who wish to work in Singapore. The validity of the LOC is dependent upon the main pass holder.
Employment Pass (EP) Dependants who meet the prevailing EP criteria and wish to work on an Employment Pass. The EP is dependent upon the employer who made the job offer
Personalised Employment Pass (PEP)* Dependants who meet the prevailing PEP criteria and wish to hold a work pass in his/her own right, not tied to an employer.

*conditions apply for PEP

For Dependants of S Pass Holders

Pass, Permit or Programme Type of applicants Examples of eligibility criteria
Employment Pass (EP) Professionals, Managers, Executives or Specialists

The applicants will need to earn at least $3,300 and possess acceptable qualifications.

Examples:
Young graduates from good institutions could qualify if they earn at least $3,300.

Older applicants would have to command higher salaries to qualify, commensurate with the work experience and quality they are expected to bring.

S Pass Mid-level skilled workers (e.g. Technicians)
  • Fixed monthly salary $2,200
  • Older applicants would have to command higher salaries to qualify, commensurate with the work experience and quality they are expected to bring
  • Education qualifications
  • Work experience
Work Permit Semi-skilled or unskilled Foreign Workers

 

Last updated on 06 November 2014 10:22:33