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EP is approved, what next?

Post by joeyatsingapore » Mon, 11 Sep 2006 12:03 pm

Finally my EP has been approved.

Now I'm wondering what is the next step. Do I need to apply for an entry visa to Singapore? Do I need to do the medical exam (if required) before going to Singapore?

Any advice will be appreciated.
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Post by Strong Eagle » Mon, 11 Sep 2006 6:57 pm

If you got an approval in principle letter that will let you into the country. At Changi immigration you will see a sign so that you can be processed in.

Your letter will also come with a form stating if you need a medical... not all persons do. You can get that done here.

Then, you go to MOM with letter, med exam, if needed, and some cash. Your passport gets stamped with multiple entry visa and you get your green card.

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Post by joeyatsingapore » Tue, 12 Sep 2006 10:14 am

Strong Eagle wrote:If you got an approval in principle letter that will let you into the country. At Changi immigration you will see a sign so that you can be processed in.
So that means, with a print out of the in-principle letter (which should be faxed to my employer by now), I'm be able to book a flight and get into singapore without stamp on my passport.

I appologize if the question seems stupid, but I'm used to going to countries with tight security at their entry ports, where I'm required to get an entry visa on my pass port before bording the plane.
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