Looking for Malay Maid Agency Singapore? Due to cultural similarity, the majority of Malaysian maids are employed in Singapore, the closest neighbouring nation. In general, maids in Malaysia work very hard and remain in their jobs for a longer period of time. Because of this, they are favoured by employers, particularly locals who want to recruit domestic help for a longer time. Hire from our approved Maid Agency portal.
EAZYMAID PTE. LTD
Address : 33 Ubi Ave 3, #06-62 Vertex, Singapore 408868
Mobile (whatsapp) : 65 8670 8944 (Messages Only)
General Enquiries : [email protected]
Website : https://www.housemaid.com.sg/
Please Login and use the Contact User form to contact the advertiser directly.
There should be a list of things that you need to bring. Just follow that.
This is not an interview so no invasive questions would be asked. Formality is to verify paperwork and to officially issue the PR. If she’s not good in English then you can stay with her at the counter as the officer explains.
Hello all, my wife's PR application has just been approved, and we are going to ICA to complete the formalities soon... For those who have done this before, what kind of questions do they usually ask?
SE, am I understanding you correctly? Are you saying that you can sail a yacht around Singapore without a captain's license, but that you do need one if you want sail your yacht with pax aboard?
Max, every operator of any kind of boat in Singapore (including jet skis) must have, at a minimum, a "Powered Pleasure Craft Driving Licence (PPCDL)" or a APPCDL (Advanced) to captain boats that are longer than 24 metres. Therefore, even if it is only you in the boat you must have a license.
Every boat that is used in Singapore, regardless of power or sail, must be registered as a private pleasure craft (SZ) or a commercial pleasure craft (SZH).
Commercial pleasure craft may not charge for individual paying passengers. Instead, the entire boat must be rented. If you have a PPCDL and .....
Posted in Business in Singapore
My former company (last 14 working years before I retired) was the 3rd largest Pest Control company in Singapore (don't know about now as I retired almost 4 years ago). I do know we occasionally gave qualified assessments. But again, we did have a fully degreed Entomologist on our payroll.
Posted in Property Talk, Housing & Rental