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Want to bring son

Post by arkaroo » Wed, 16 Oct 2013 11:16 am

Hi i am a spass holder and i would like to bring my son to singapore. my pass applied in jan 2013 with single. My wife also spass holder she will come sg next week...her pass is married.. Let me know how to change single to married in my spass app and how can bring my son. thanks

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Re: Want to bring son

Post by sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 16 Oct 2013 11:33 am

arkaroo wrote:Hi i am a spass holder and i would like to bring my son to singapore. my pass applied in jan 2013 with single. My wife also spass holder she will come sg next week...her pass is married.. Let me know how to change single to married in my spass app and how can bring my son. thanks
Unless either you or your wife is earning a basic salary in excess of $4,000/mo on an S pass, you will not be allowed to bring in your son at all, regardless of whether you are listed as married or single.
Passes for family members

S Pass applicants whose fixed monthly salary is at least $4,000 a month may apply for the Dependant's Pass (DP) for their family members. The DP application and supporting documents may be submitted together with the S Pass application or separately.

S Pass holders who earn less than $4,000 per month are not allowed to bring in their dependants, i.e. spouses (legally married) and children.
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Post by Wd40 » Wed, 16 Oct 2013 11:55 am

The fact that your S-Pass has it as single doesn't matter. Like what SMS said, if either you or your wife earns more than 4k a month, then all you need is your child's birth certificate that has both your names on it.

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