BBCWatcher is correct... you essentially want your parents to live here, which you cannot do. Get another maid.revathisaravanan wrote:Since our combined income is more than 10K by which we were able to bring in maid.But for LTVP,individual income should be 10K.
Strong Eagle wrote: BBCWatcher is correct... you essentially want your parents to live here, which you cannot do. Get another maid.
PNGMK wrote:I would be very hesitant about spending money with a visa agent in India. Worthless promises I fear.
I know BBCW is a treasure trove of supplying TL- DR kind of info .. but ..BBCWatcher wrote:Elaborating on the childcare center option, the government has a Web site listing all of Singapore's authorized childcare centers. In Singapore childcare is available for infants as young as two months of age, and operating hours are typically 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. weekdays (and 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturdays) to help working parents meet their regular work schedules and also have some time for errands on Saturday mornings. NTUC (My First Skool) and PCF (Sparkletots) are the two biggest operators.
Infant care (younger than 18 months) costs quite a bit more than toddler care. Once you get to toddler age, if you care about the dollars, the math changes quite a bit. I think we bought a total of 14 months of infant care.ecureilx wrote:Comparatively a Maid who speaks the native language works out cheaper, much much cheaper, though the mother would be the cheapest
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