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hogsee
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Getting PR when already pregnant

Post by hogsee » Mon, 10 Mar 2008 6:36 pm

Hello
Does anyone have any experience of the benefits of PR when pregnant for a working mum (CPF help with hospital costs, longer maternity leave) ? I am expecting, and my husband and I both hold EPs.

Thanks
(and sorry for posting cross thread, I dont know what the natural home for this is)

viajera
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Post by viajera » Wed, 12 Mar 2008 3:40 pm

here you go:

http://www.mom.gov.sg/publish/momportal ... Leave.html
Eligibility of Extended Maternity Leave for a foreigner or PR working in Singapore

Any female employee covered under the Employment Act has the right to take leave of absence from work for 12 weeks when she delivers a baby, regardless of her (or the baby's) nationality or the baby's birth order. The maternity leave is paid by the employer only for the first 8 weeks of each leave period taken for the first 2 confinements. The employee will only be eligible for the government-paid maternity leave under the Children Development Co-Savings Act if she satisfies the following conditions:

a) the child is a Singapore citizen at birth; and
b) legitimate; and
c) 1st to 4th child in birth order; and
d) the female employee has worked for the employer for at lease
180 days before the birth of the child

Otherwise, the extended maternity leave will be unpaid.

m_flying
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Any updates?

Post by m_flying » Sat, 15 Mar 2008 11:31 am

Hello Viajera,

I am also looking for similar benefits. My wife is pregnant & am looking for CPF medical advantages for that.
Please let me know if you find anything relevant, & I'll keep you posted too.

Thanks

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