Yeh, well... if it was so easy to do then there would be 1,000,000 Asians of every race and creed starting a business, getting an AIP, and moving to Singapore under the pretense of starting a business.Winxkid wrote:haha not so... actually...
You jus need to get the AIP from MOM first. Employment pass is harder to apply, while Entrepass is easier to apply but there's disadvantages too.
Go straight to ICA, tell them You need to get AIP to startup own business.
The requirement for AIP is, you must show action or prove that You are staying here for long.
haha, just tune your mindset to a Singaporean's one will do the trickStrong Eagle wrote:All the above means is that the government wants to stop wasting time and resources by registering companies to a person who will never be granted an EP. There is nothing 'easier' about going this route. You will still be judged on your ability to run a business and the ability of the company to prove up that they cannot hire a local to do the same thing.
Note also from MOM:
http://www.mom.gov.sg/publish/momportal ... uired.html
"- The applicant must be sponsored by a well-established Singapore-registered company, normally the applicant's employer. "
So how exactly would a brand new company, with no revenue history, qualify for the above?
I'll say it again. If it were so easy to do, Singapore would be completely flooded with 'fake' businessmen, creating companies and getting that easy AIP. But it doesn't work that way.
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