Thank you.Strong Eagle wrote:Since you will be working in a management position, you will need an employment permit (EP) to work. Therefore, your German company will need to create a wholly owned subsidiary in Singapore that will employ you... OR... they need to contract with an already existing Singapore company who can hire you. It doesn't matter where your salary is paid... what matters is whether you are working in Singapore in a revenue producing capacity.
The fact of the matter is that in white collar jobs, this happens all the time. He'll get a 60 or 90 visa, stay in a hotel or Serviced Apartment, perform whatever work he is going to perform and not show up on the radar because his pay is in Germany.nutnut wrote:And if you try and work without an EP, then woe-betide you if you get caught!
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