Guides for Expats

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Residing in a new country like Singapore would require you to know a lot of 'what to dos' and 'how to dos'. Our handy guide for expats includes information a new expatriate, would-be expat or even local Singaporean might need to know.

We cover information about relocation, home care, moving, procedures for both rental and purchase, living, staying and working in Singapore, useful information for healthcare and international schools. Do take a look at our travel and transportation guide, tips on finding a house in Singapore. There is even a FAQ section for quick tips.


Career, Jobs, Employment

Career, Jobs, EmploymentInformation of career, job, employment opportunities, working in Singapore. Including some links to job portals and career related site.

Expatriates FAQ

Expatriates FAQFrequently asked questions, including banking, employment pass, housing, immigration, schools, transport and living in Singapore.

Healthcare in Singapore

Healthcare in SingaporeInformation on healthcare, medical services and hospitals in Singapore.

House Hunt Guide

House Hunt GuideAccommodation and house hunting guide focusing on price, location and expatriate housing choice like an apartment or house.

Insurance

InsuranceExpat Insurance is a leading provider of insurance for expatriates and business in Singapore.

International Schools, Education

Listings of international schools in Singapore, education system in Singapore and procedure to admit into a local school.

Medical & Health Directory

Medical & Health DirectoryMedical Services, Aesthetic Services, Dentistry, Specialist, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Wellness.

Preschools

Preschools Singapore Expats comprehensive list of schools from preschools to playgroups.

Procedure for Purchase

Procedure for PurchaseBrief information on the procedures to buy or purchase property in Singapore. Like apartment, house or other private properties.

Procedure for Rental

Procedure for RentalStep by step guide and information on the procedures to rent or lease apartment or house in Singapore.

Relocation to Singapore

Relocation to SingaporeGuides on relocation, staying and living in Singapore, information and tips when relocating to Singapore.

Singapore Immigration

Singapore ImmigrationInformation on immigration matters, Social Visit Pass, Student Pass, Visa, Permanent Residence Application, National Service.

Singapore Travel Guide

Singapore Travel GuideTips and guides on Singapore travel and motoring, includes MRT, bus and taxi. We also includes a MRT route map and detailed information of having a car in Singapore.

Universities

Singapore Expats provides a comprehensive listing of Universities in Singapore and abroad.

Useful Numbers & Services

List of useful contact numbers or links for all the essential services in Singapore.


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Re: Lets be friends! 23/F/Aus/TCK.

enaiviv:
Hey same home town :) ! I've sent you a pm.

Re: Singapore is for everyone!!

Strong Eagle:
What was his name again?

...I'll get my coat.....

His first choice for his Western name was John.
Kinda like Peter North.....

And the guy who thought Peter Pan was a wash basin in a whorehouse.

Re: Singapore is for everyone!!

Brah:
What was his name again?

...I'll get my coat.....

His first choice for his Western name was John.
Kinda like Peter North.....

Re: Singapore is for everyone!!

x9200:

Done.

Re: Singapore is for everyone!!

nakatago:
What was his name again?

...I'll get my coat.....

His first choice for his Western name was John.

Re: SIA cabin crew

cl0udz:
Hi all! I just want to ask, what do they do at the medical check ups? Like back bone check, eyesight and what else? I heard there is blood test too?

Re: SIA cabin crew

cl0udz:


Hey I've PM-ED you! :)

Re: Open a Sole Proprietorship on a DP and getting the LoC

astrologypandit01:
As of now, here are the directions for applying for a Sole-Proprietorship given you're on a Dependent Pass:
1) Register your business name with ACRA and pay the $65 fee
2) Download and complete the LOC Form from MOM
3) Add the 6 other additional documents I mentioned in one of my earlier posts (the 6th was the signed written paragraph saying I was employing myself). I put my business logo on all forms
4) Make your way to MOM with your paperwork (or you can mail it) on Havelock, get a number and wait in the Blue Room to talk with a Work Pass Manager
5) Wait for a Response from MOM

I hope this helps!

Re: Information on CPF (Central Provident Fund)

astrologypandit01:
Subject says it all. I'm in Singapore on my own Entrepass so I don't have the luxury of a company behind me that knows all the rules.

Thank you.

Re: Singapore is for everyone!!

Brah:
What was his name again?

...I'll get my coat.....

Re: SIA cabin crew

isabella23:
Anyone knows how it will go about if you have pending docs for submission?
And anyone (girls) from interview 17th, medical on the 19th have recieved the 'golden' sms :)?

Re: Singapore is for everyone!!

JR8:
Irony; they'll never get it.

Friday night at Boat Q, 29 April 2016

amui:
Its a long weekend and most peoplr are away for holiday while me and my friends kinda stuck in Singapore. :-({|= :-o

We decided that we are going to start our long weekend by having dinner and chill out around boat q. :cool: \:D/

So, if you have no plan for Friday night, why dont you come and join us.

Cheers

Re: Expenses Breakdown and Salary Suggestion - Company transfer but no expat package

Hatem:
Yes, few %.
In my country, if you register yourself as a Citizen living in a foreign country, and you do not have any belongings/properties/etc.., you do not pay anything.
(You lose the pension apart from the minimum one as well as the health coverage unless you catch anything that must be treated with some emergency)

Re: Eagles Spring Fly-in?

rajagainstthemachine:
You'll recognize me banana,