Deceptive advertising can be generally defined as “a representation, omission or practice that is likely to mislead the consumer" and practices that have been found misleading or deceptive in specific cases including false oral or written representations. The Singapore Code of Advertising Practice (SCAP) is the guiding principle of Advertising Standards Authority of Singapore (ASAS). This Code seeks to promote a high standard of ethics in advertising through industry self-regulation. The basic premise of the SCAP is that all advertisements should be legal, decent, honest and truthful.
With a plummeting birth rate and ageing population, it might seem odd that such a high number of Singapore permanent residency (PR) applications get rejected. The truth is, immigration is a complex topic with many factors at play. There is a long list of requirements for PR acceptance by the Singaporean government, which can be daunting for applicants.
That’s where we come in. In this blog, we offer insight into the more common reasons that PR applications tend to get rejected. Our Immigration Specialists have a deep understanding of the system, leveraging this knowledge to help expatriates from across the globe discover a new life in Singapore. Read more here and get in touch if you have any questions!
Singapore is deemed as one of the safest countries to live in, especially amongst the other Southeast Asian countries. Throughout the years, Singapore has gained world class recognition in the following:
- No. 1 Investment destination in Asia
- The world’s easiest place to do business
- Best business environment in Asia Pacific and the world
- Top 6 in the world for least corruption in the economy
- Most transparent country in the world