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Part-Time, Fixed Term, and Seasonal Visas for Singapore Workers

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Are you planning to join the vibrant workforce in Singapore? Seeking the right visa for your appropriate work qualification can be an uphill task, especially if you do not know what is needed of you. But all you need is the right information, like what we are going to share below, and a trusted agent to take you through the process.

The official website for the Singapore government shows the right procedures to apply and the qualifications for all of the visas that they have. Here, we are just going to give you an overview insight of getting part-time, fixed term, and seasonal visas for Singapore workers.

Part-Time Work Visa

  •       Performing artiste work permit – Foreigners with a talent for performing in various entertainment joints like bars and clubs on part-time are given this permit. It is usually a short-term pass but can be renewed when there is a need.
  •       Holiday work pass – This is reserved for Australian students who come to Singapore for a holiday that want to work on a part-time basis during this time. They get the industry exposure to help them when they get back to school at home.
  •       Training work permit – According to authorized visa agents, students and trainees in Singapore can work on a part-time basis during their six-month training program when they acquire this permit.

Fixed Term Visa

  •       Personalized employment pass – Every professional should have a look at any reliable website to check for more info on how they can apply for this visa. Often, those with an employment pass that have worked in Singapore for a long time may also apply for this.
  •       Entrepass – This is a fixed-term visa for entrepreneurs and investors in different sectors. Later on, they can apply for other permits if they want to continue operating in Singapore. They can also bring their dependents like children, spouses, and parents to Singapore.

Seasonal Worker Visa

  •       Work visa for confinement nanny – This one is reserved for domestic workers from Malaysia who will work as nannies for only 16 weeks from the date a baby is born. Thereafter, it is possible for them to acquire a domestic worker’s visa if they wish to continue working in Singapore.
  •       Training employment pass – If you are a professional in another country, you can come to add skills in Singapore for a short term by acquiring this pass. If you like it here, why not apply for a normal employment pass and get a job in the island state?

Applying for Work Permits and Passes

Agents can help people to apply for the appropriate visa before they travel to Singapore. It works in an easy way because they operate online. All you need to do is to identify legit ones. There is a fee for each pass or permit that goes to the Singapore government and there is an agency fee that varies depending on the expert you are using.

The Takeaway

After a successful issuance of the appropriate visa, traveling, working, and staying in Singapore is fun. It is also good exposure to a vibrant economy with skills from all over the world, not to mention the endless attractions that you can visit every weekend.

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