How long can I stay in Singapore after my employment pass is Cancelled?
If you are laid off without any notice period before the last date of employment, you have seven days from the date of termination of employment to cancel your work pass and other related passes. You will be issued a 30-day Short Term Visit Pass (STVP), which will allow you to temporarily stay in Singapore.
How long Malaysian can stay in Singapore after cancellation of employment pass?
Most people who have had their EP cancelled will spend the remaining 30 days in Singapore to complete any remaining formalities because the 30-day validity period of the STVP may not be extended. Those who have plans to continue working and living in Singapore may apply for jobs during this period.
Can I extend my Stvp?
Please submit the extension request within 1 week before the pass holder’s Special Pass/Short-Term Visit Pass ( STVP ) expires. E.g. If the Special Pass/STVP expires on 10 February, please only submit the request from 3 February.
How long can EP holder stay out of Singapore?
Yes, you can work overseas as long as necessary, if it’s for your Singapore-based employer. The same requirements will still apply. If you want to leave Singapore for more than 6 months to work for an overseas employer, you should cancel your Personalised Employment pass ( PEP ).
Can we extend Work Permit in Singapore?
You can renew a Work Permit online 6 to 8 weeks before it expires. Before renewing, you also need to complete certain steps, such as checking your quota and extending the worker’s security bond and medical insurance.
How long can you stay in Singapore after Masters?
Long-term Visit Pass
If you still need to search for a job after graduation, you can apply for a Visit Pass which will allow you to remain in Singapore for up to 12 months. To qualify, you will need to be a graduate of an accredited Singapore Institute of Higher Learning to be eligible for the pass.
What happens when employment pass is Cancelled?
Once the EP is cancelled, all the related Dependant’s Passes, Long Term Visit Passes, Letters of Consent and Work Permits for the family will also be cancelled.
Can I extend my special pass?
If your Work Permit holder needs more time to leave Singapore (e.g. flight has been rescheduled), you can request for an extension of their Special Pass: Log in to the relevant eService: FDW eService for helpers > click ‘Ask for or Extend Special Pass’.
How long can Malaysian stay in Singapore?
Visa May Not Be Required
Visa exempt for a stay of up to 30 days. The traveller must: Hold a passport valid at least six months on entry with one blank visa page.
How many times can I extend my visit pass in Singapore?
If you possess a Multiple Journey Visa, there is no limit on the number of times that you can use the visa so long it is within the validity period. Please note that possessing a valid visa does not guarantee entry into Singapore.
What will happen if you overstay in Singapore?
Should you be guilty of overstaying in Singapore for up to 90 days, you may be sentenced to a maximum fine of $4,000 and/or a jail term of up to 6 months. Overstaying beyond 90 days may result in a maximum of 6 months’ imprisonment and a minimum of 3 strokes of the cane (or up to a $6,000 fine if you cannot be caned).
How do I renew my long term visit pass?
Log in to EP Online to apply for renewal. For dependants of Employment Pass (sponsorship) and EntrePass holders: complete the form and mail it to us. Remember to include all supporting documents mentioned in the form. The outcome will be emailed to the email indicated in the application.