More info needed. Are you working for a Singapore incorporated Pte Ltd that is wholly owned by the foreign/US company? If not, who are you working for, and how have you managed to obtain a work permit with no locally incorporated company?anthem wrote:I am thinking of taking the plunge and applying for PR.
If any of you work for small US or foreign companies, I'd be curious to hear your advice on how you structured the CPF setup with your employers. How did you negotiate the process? Any tips would be welcome. I am the sole employee here in Singapore for now.
On a similar note, I'd also welcome your thoughts on how you pitched the notion of becoming a PR to your employer. After all, there is nothing in it for them, but it helps to have the PR if you are let go and you want to stay here.
Thanks in advance.
So... administratively, setting up for CPF is a no brainer... filing the employee's NRIC number to set up an account is about it.anthem wrote:We have a local Pte. Ltd. and I am currently on am Employment Pass. So the Singapore entity is wholly owned by the US parent co.
I have also been here for 2 years as of September. Sorry for the confusion and thanks again in advance.
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