TItle: Rikvin Provides Singapore Work Visa Application Services Investors and employment seekers from across the borders may stay in Singapore and work. Pursuant to the rules formulated by the Ministry of Manpower, applicants may apply for an Entrepreneur pass, Employment pass, Personalized Employment pass, or S pass. “A work visa exclusive for businessmen is the Entrepreneur pass,” says Rikvin “this visa prohibits the holder from seeking any employment from another company, except the one in which he’s part of the owners.” It adds: “The businessman pursuing an Entrepreneur pass has given more importance to entrepreneurial experience than completion a tertiary level of education. It is also sought first before the company is registered.” Rikvin is a specialist assisting companies and professionals in their needs. It handles company incorporation and processing of work visas among others. “To apply for an Entrepreneur pass, the applicant must prepare a 10-page business proposal, entrepreneurial in nature and highlighting the business goals, specifying the product and services, and the marketing strategies through which the Total Business Spending should be satisfied,” quips Rikvin. The company assists foreign investors in drafting the business proposal. There shall also be curriculum vitae detailing the applicant’s entrepreneurial prowess. Moving on, for foreigners who have completed their tertiary level of education, the work visas such as the Employment pass, Personalized Employment pass, and S pass are sought. “Investors and employment seekers who have earned their Bachelor of Arts Degree and higher may apply for an Employment pass,” chimes Rikvin, “the salary earned monthly determines the type of Employment pass given.” The Q1 is given when the monthly salary is S$2,800, and P2 is sought when S$4000 is received monthly, and P1 is deserved when the holder earns S$8,000 monthly. Investors who are qualified for an Employment pass should first incorporate a company before the work visa is applied with the Ministry of Manpower. Employing companies on the other hand, shall apply the work visas for their foreign employees. Meanwhile, the Personalized Employment pass is not tied up to any company in Singapore. “With PEP, the holder can change employment at any time without having the need to revoke and re-apply a new labor pass,” assures Rikvin, “it also affords the holder 6 months of being unemployed in Singapore.” The Specialist pass or S is also issued to foreign professionals. However, in this labor pass, the Ministry of Manpower uses the point system. “More often, the applicant falls short of the salary requirement to qualify for a Q1 pass. The S pass is required to have a monthly income of S$2000,” Rikvin says in conclusion.
About the Publisher: Rikvin has successfully helped foreign and local entrepreneurs form a Singapore company. The company provides complete corporate solutions to investors and entrepreneurs both local and abroad. Among its specializations are Singapore company registration, income tax Singapore and providing professional services relating to financing and compliance services. Rikvin assures its clients of confidence in dealing with every transaction. Its employees maintain competence and above all, Rikvin’s principles adhere to business ethics and all applicable laws. Its goal is to provide a highly personalized and professional service worthy of our clients loyalty. “Our phones are answered during business hours by specialists and not by an answering machine. We appreciate the value of your time and understand that a person cannot be replaced by technology. This is especially true when it comes to making important business decisions.”
For more information, visit: Rikvin PTE LTD 20 Cecil Street, #14-01, Equity Plaza, Singapore 049705 Main Lines : (65) 6438 8887 Fax : (65) 6438 2436 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.rikvin.com/
Published on Apr 27, 2011
Published on Apr 27, 2011
Investors and employment seekers from across the borders may stay in Singapore and work. Pursuant to the rules formulated by the Ministry of...