6 months? My AIP letter says only 1 month. Anyways, I just received an email from MOM that granted me a 1 month extension for the AIP letter validity starting from yesterday so I can incorporate my company name, and show prove of S$50,000 in a Singapore company bank account that I have to open. How did you get 6 months validity for your AIP letter?ukdesigner wrote:If I'm not mistaken your AIP is for a period of 6 months, they normally are anyway. Read the letter. There's no need to get an extension as I don't believe you get an extension, you have to apply again if you can't set up your business within that 6 month period. A business can be incorporated in a day.
The only thing you might need to increase the length of is you visitors pass if that is close to expiring. You can do that online but if you're refused then a trip down to ICA would be in order. Take your AIP with you and then you should be fine.
I have found MOM to be exceedingly efficient both in responses to emails (within 3 days) and phone calls back.
If I want to extend my Short Term Visit Pass, do I go to MOM or ICA with my AIP letter? Rather confused right now.
So now that I have a valid EntrePass AIP letter, what is usually the first step? Let me guess:
1. Go to ACRA and incorporate company as Private Limited
2. Use the business profile generated from ACRA to set up a company bank account in Singapore.
3. Transfer at least S$50,000 to the newly opened company bank account.
4. Send ACRA business profile and bank statement to MOM.
5. Wait at least 2 weeks. If approved, you'll get the EntrePass
Is that the procedure after getting a valid AIP letter? Please, anyone correct me if I am wrong. This is my first time applying for EntrePass in Singapore.