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Posted in General Discussions
Hi everyone! I recently applied for work permit holder pass and they found out that I got married without seeking the approval of MOM to a Singaporean citizen. I was an ex work permit pass holder, we did not know there is such a rule. Now, they have replied asking say I have to serve a period of ban. Do I immediately leave Singapore or wait for the notice to come? When do I have to leave? I have no details about this.
If they have told you that you are subjected to a ban, they would have communicated to you on when the ban starts?
No. She is royally phucked. This is exactly what happened to my Nephew and his Filipina wife. They got married with approval from the MOM, She got pregnant and she was given an LTVP initially for 1 year, which gave enough time for the baby to be born and SG citizenship approved for the baby. When the LTVP .....
Posted in Relocating, Moving to Singapore
This is where the confusion is coming in. He could be in any country and OP can operate from his house working directly for his company here in Singapore. They didn't send him there, but he is caught there due to covid. Wfh is possible so I'm not sure if IRAS will make a distinction due the the prevalence of WFH during the pandemic. Pretty Grey area and I'm sure there are going to be a lot of test cases before long. I'm pretty sure that those who are working from home (in their own countries) will be flying under the radar in those countries while under WFH (especially if they are stuck there due to covid but are still able to work via internet with their respective employers via online. It will be interesting to see how this pans out, especially if a spouse and children are still in Singapore.
Posted in Careers & Jobs in Singapore
Actually Mal my employer has pushed a lot of expats onto localized terms in the last few years (with a transition period). A typical GME rotation is 2 to 3 years and if they are needed longer then they are expected to integrate into local terms - however the salary is usually good enough for a car, housing and schooling (but not clubs, flights home, good insurance, multiple maids, landed property, grooming and stable fees, personal valet and the box at the opera etc like you no doubt enjoy :roll: ).
My employer used to have a largish group of quasi-expats on partial packages. Then about 10 years ago, depending on their situation and the needs of the company, they were given either full expat terms with a path to return to their home country or a multi-year path of benefits reductions down to eventual full localization.
As for my situation, I was hired on local terms right from the beginning in 1997 and that .....