With the cross-border flow of workers gaining momentum around the world, workplaces are becoming increasingly eclectic.
We offer assistance with the application and renewal processes for the various passes and permits to enable foreign employees to work and live in Singapore. These include:
Professional visit passes
Social and business passes
Multiple entry and re-entry permit
Permanent residence applications
Employment and dependent pass applications
Rankings Received From Professional and Commercial Publications
The Ministry of Manpower announced on 27 August 2020 that in light of Singapore’s weakening job market and uncertain growth outlook, MOM will update the salary requirements for Employment Pass and S Pass and the job advertising requirements under the Fair Consideration Framework. These changes, as set out below, seek to support Singaporeans in securing meaningful work while ensuring that Singapore remains open to global talent and a connected hub for international businesses.
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The Employment (Immigration) Team
Pradeep acts for corporations, whether they are private or listed companies, on all aspects of their business including advice and drafting of documentation on investments, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions and restructurings. With Pradeep co-heading the Employment and Immigration team, The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2020 has commented that CNPLaw has “a solid reputation” for assisting local and foreign clients, who are employers or employees, with a range of issues.
Pei Ling has over 23 years of legal experience and has advised clients with Malaysian and Singaporean interests on their cross-border transactions, joint ventures, investments, commercial and technology agreements. Find out more about Pei-Ling by viewing her profile and read an article of hers about employment, one in particular – Employment Law Guide 2020.
Kenn’s practice covers a wide range of corporate and commercial transactions such as mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, foreign investments and private equity transactions. In 2018, Kenn was nominated as part of Singapore’s 20 most influential lawyers aged 40 and under by Singapore Business Review.
In addition to Li Fei’s experience in acting for banks on varied transactions and in general corporate law, he also helps individuals in estate planning, including the legal aspects of wealth management, advising on and setting up trusts and off-shore structures to secure their future and the future of their families.
Lorraine is experienced in advising clients, comprising start-ups and SMEs to multinational firms, on general corporate legal matters, including compliance with applicable laws such as personal data protection and employment/immigration.
Marvin’s main areas of practice include corporate advisory and general employment matters. Prior to joining CNPLaw, he trained and practised at a leading commercial law firm, under the practice areas of commercial litigation and international arbitration. Find out more about Marvin by viewing his profile and read an article of his about employment, one in particular – Employment Law Guide 2020.
Wan Shuen regularly assists in the formation and operation of private funds in several jurisdictions, including drafting the full range of fund documentation, as well as the provision of related regulatory advice. She is also regularly involved in other transactional work involving mergers and acquisitions, banking and finance, and employment issues.