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Employment pass for wife

Post by harisadu » Tue, 08 Mar 2011 3:31 pm

Hi

Am moving in Aug for PHD, University is sponsoring LTSVP for my wife.

My Kid is 6 months old. Will he too need a separate pass or he can move in with mothers pass as an infant?

Is it possible that my wife's request for Employment pass is rejected when she moves in here on a LTSVP ? Or is it uncommon ?

Thanks

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Re: Employment pass for wife

Post by ksl » Tue, 08 Mar 2011 4:09 pm

harisadu wrote:Hi

Am moving in Aug for PHD, University is sponsoring LTSVP for my wife.

My Kid is 6 months old. Will he too need a separate pass or he can move in with mothers pass as an infant?

Is it possible that my wife's request for Employment pass is rejected when she moves in here on a LTSVP ? Or is it uncommon ?

Thanks
Not allowed to work on LTVSP.

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Re: Employment pass for wife

Post by singaporeflyer » Tue, 08 Mar 2011 4:16 pm

harisadu wrote:Hi

Am moving in Aug for PHD, University is sponsoring LTSVP for my wife.

My Kid is 6 months old. Will he too need a separate pass or he can move in with mothers pass as an infant?

Is it possible that my wife's request for Employment pass is rejected when she moves in here on a LTSVP ? Or is it uncommon ?

Thanks
Are you moving as a SC or PR or EP?

If it is EP, then your wife and kid have to stay here on a Dependant pass

If it is PR, then your wife and kid can stay here on a LTSVP

while being on a LTSVP your wife cannot work, whereas when she is on a DP she can apply for a LOC and work in Singapore

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Post by harisadu » Tue, 08 Mar 2011 4:39 pm

Am moving on a students pass

My wife will get sponsorship from univ for a LTSVP, she can get employment here as she has spoken some of the companies.

But conversion of the Visit pass to employment pass wont be an issue ?

Thanks

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Post by Strong Eagle » Tue, 08 Mar 2011 4:46 pm

harisadu wrote:Am moving on a students pass

My wife will get sponsorship from univ for a LTSVP, she can get employment here as she has spoken some of the companies.

But conversion of the Visit pass to employment pass wont be an issue ?

Thanks
Hello! She CANNOT work on a LTSVP. End. Period. If a company wants to hire her, then they will need to apply for an employment pass (EP). There is no 'conversion'. Her application will be judged on her qualifications AND the company's explanation of why they need her instead of local talent. Just like everyone else who applies for an EP.

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Post by beppi » Tue, 08 Mar 2011 7:16 pm

And of course your child, being a separate person, needs a separate visa (e.g. LTSVP based on your SP) to stay here.

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Post by ap 4POT » Tue, 15 Mar 2011 3:32 pm

i dont see a reason why cannot? i done conversion for my wife.period.
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Post by ecureilx » Tue, 15 Mar 2011 5:38 pm

ap 4POT wrote:i dont see a reason why cannot? i done conversion for my wife.period.
I know enough people who converted, from DP tp EP or LTVP to EP, but that is not conversion per-se - their prospective employer applies for a EP, and upon approval, from DP you move to EP - if you call that 'conversion' you are right ..

Did I see something wrong ?? :???: :???:

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