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Medical Exam Employment Pass P1 German / EU Nationals

Postby Peter1979 » Sat, 10 Aug 2013 11:39 pm

Dear all,

Please let me know if everybody applying for an Employment Pass in Singapore, if all the paperwork has been approved, has to pass the entire Medical Exam?

I found many contradictory Information on the net and would appreciate to get your experience.

In my case I am from Germany and will apply for Employment Pass P1.

Is it OK to bring an English certificate from abroad or do I possibly not have to take an examination at all?

Please share your experience.

Peter

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Re: Medical Exam Employment Pass P1 German / EU Nationals

Postby Strong Eagle » Sun, 11 Aug 2013 12:29 am

Peter1979 wrote:Dear all,

Please let me know if everybody applying for an Employment Pass in Singapore, if all the paperwork has been approved, has to pass the entire Medical Exam?

I found many contradictory Information on the net and would appreciate to get your experience.

In my case I am from Germany and will apply for Employment Pass P1.

Is it OK to bring an English certificate from abroad or do I possibly not have to take an examination at all?

Please share your experience.

Peter


You will probably be only required to sign a document stating that you do not have HIV or TB, but your AIP letter will specifically state what you must supply.

If you do need an exam, you should just do it in Singapore.

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Postby Dert42 » Mon, 12 Aug 2013 11:51 am

I didn't have to do any medical exams for my P1.
Nothing about a language certificate or exam either. That's something that wouldn't hurt to bring though.

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Postby DrPaulMasters » Fri, 16 Aug 2013 12:05 am

if you do need to have a medical, they aren't expensive - around $40.

Bring the original certificates. colour copies aren't accepted.

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Postby Jessie16 » Thu, 05 Dec 2013 10:19 am

Any one knows what subjects in Blood Test? Will HR send a list for medical examination? I am from UK. Thanks.

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Postby Strong Eagle » Thu, 05 Dec 2013 10:37 am

Jessie16 wrote:Any one knows what subjects in Blood Test? Will HR send a list for medical examination? I am from UK. Thanks.


HIV is the big one. TB also. After that, who knows.

If you are HIV positive you probably will not be given entry to Singapore.

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Postby Jessie16 » Thu, 05 Dec 2013 10:59 am

Strong Eagle wrote:
Jessie16 wrote:Any one knows what subjects in Blood Test? Will HR send a list for medical examination? I am from UK. Thanks.


HIV is the big one. TB also. After that, who knows.

If you are HIV positive you probably will not be given entry to Singapore.


There is no doubt with HIV and TB.
I don't think the answer could help.


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