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Looking to Relocate/Setup Your Business to Singapore?

If you are looking to incorporate or expand your business to Singapore, look no further. Regardless whether you are a seasoned business professional or a budding entrepreneur, we are in a position to dispense the best advice on the various options available.

Setting up a business, especially if you are a non-Singaporean, requires that you be familiar with the policies and systems in place. As such, it may be worthwhile to engage the services of a professional firm to register your company in Singapore. This ensures that your business complies with local immigration laws and policies.

With its pro-business environment and laws, Singapore has established itself as a hotbed for innovation and entrepreneurship, attracting corporates both small and large as the choice destination to relocate.

As one of the world’s easiest places to do business, setting up in Singapore is seamless and efficient for both corporate or individual investors.


Why is Singapore an Ideal location for Business?

 

Covid Unveils Need to Accelerate Smart Nation Drive



With mandatory lock-downs and work from home orders befalling us all globally, one key take away we can agree on is that the world needs to digitalise or die.

Part of the Digital Government Blueprint tabled back in 2018,  the Smart Nation initiative is an ongoing digital revolution, that recognises how advancements in digital technologies are transforming the way we live, work and play. Singapore envisions Smart Nation to lead the economy powered by digital innovation, and a world-class city with a Government that provides citizens the best home possible, complying with their different and changing needs.

What Covid-19 has clearly showed the world is that at all levels (Enterprises, Schools, Workers, Students, Families) - we are all going digital. From the swift adoption of digital alternatives to the abrupt transition from traditional office to home office setup, the world is changing rapidly, and we will need to be ready to embrace 'new norms'.

As Immigration Professionals, the Circuit Breaker provided us with an opportunity to analyse how foreigners in Singapore can make use of this period to elevate their chances of securing Singapore PR / Citizenship. Simply by knowing how to put together a compelling case profile, candidates with the right skill-sets and experience can stand out from other applicants.

Further, Singapore is already looking ahead to overcome this pandemic with resilience and fortitude. To do this, Singapore cannot do it alone. In the last few weeks, Ministers from the various government bodies have reaffirmed how vital, foreign talent contribution is to the economy. 

If you are keen to apply for either Singapore Permanent Residence or Citizenship, you can take light that to date, there are no major policies that has been meted out to freeze nor reduce annual approval quotas. On the contrary, below are some reasons why Singapore probably needs you if you have a strong Digital / Tech background :

 

ICA PR Applications: Overcoming e-PR Submissions

The introduction of the online submission system for Permanent Residency (PR) applications has left doubts in the minds of many applicants. Although moving to digital mediums is convenient in many ways, it can leave some aspects of the application process a bit more ambiguous.

In this blog post, we discuss some of the challenges brought about by the implementation of e-PR applications. Ultimately, the team at IASG are able to address all concerns inherent to this new process with our 20 years of combined experience within the Singapore immigration sector. If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch today to organise a free consultation!

We are at the end of the first week since the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) launch of the new e-PR submission system for Singapore PR Applications.  With this, Immigration@SG (IASG) has been receiving increased enquiries from individuals to help them negotiate this transition smoothly.

Applicants Finding ICA e-PR Submission a Chore for their Singapore PR Application

At the close of the first week of ICA's newly implemented ePR Submission system, we notice increased enquiries and comments from potential clients and members of the public pertaining the challenges they face. Largely negative in nature, we can empathise with them on the matter. What used to be a more traditional method of physical form submission has now gave way to a purely online-based process. And this comes with a few unnerving points on top what public feels is a hefty $100 per applicant submission fees.

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