Singapore Employment Agency is a licensed employment agency with the Ministry of Manpower. We specialise in the application and placement of workers for various industries. We provide application services for the following passes:

  • Employment Pass
  • S Pass
  • Work Permit for Foreign Workers
  • Personalised Employment Pass
  • EntrePass
  • Training Employment Pass
  • Dependant’s Pass
  • Long Term Visit Pass
  • Letter of Consent
  • Work Holiday Pass (Under Work Holiday Programme)
  • Work Holiday Pass (Under Work and Holiday Visa Programme)
  • Work Permit for confinement nanny
  • Work Permit for performing artiste
  • Trianing Work Permit
  • Miscellaneous Work Pass

Employment Pass

The Employment Pass allows foreign professionals, managers and executives to work in Singapore. Candidates need to earn at least $3,600 a month and have acceptable qualifications.

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S Pass

The S Pass allows mid-level skilled staff to work in Singapore. Candidates need to earn at least $2,300 a month and have the relevant qualifications and work experience.

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Dependant’s Pass

The Dependant’s Pass allows spouses and children of Employment Pass or S Pass holders to join them in Singapore. Find out which family members are eligible and how to apply for the pass.

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Personalised Employment Pass

The Personalised Employment Pass is for high-earning Employment Pass holders and overseas foreign professionals. It is not tied to an employer and offers greater flexibility than an Employment Pass.

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EntrePass

The EntrePass allows eligible foreigners to start and operate a new business in Singapore. Find out what businesses are eligible, how to apply and the requirements for renewing the pass.

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Letter of Consent

You can apply for a Letter of Consent to work in Singapore if you are an eligible Dependant’s Pass holder, or an LTVP/LTVP+ holder who is the spouse or unmarried child of a Singaporean or permanent resident. Find out the eligibility requirements and how to apply.

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Work Permit for Foreign Worker

The Work Permit allows semi-skilled foreign workers from approved source countries to work in certain sectors. Find out your sector’s requirements, foreign worker levy and quota, and how to apply.

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Training Employment Pass

The Training Employment Pass allows foreigners to undergo practical training for professional, managerial, executive or specialist jobs in Singapore. Find out who is eligible and how to apply for the pass.

Long Term Visit Pass

The Long-Term Visit Pass (LTVP) is for a common-law spouse, step-child or handicapped child of an Employment Pass or S Pass holder. Pass holders earning over $12,000 can also get a pass for parents. Find out about the pass and how to apply.

Work Holiday Pass (Under Work Holiday Programme)

The Work Holiday Programme allows eligible students and young graduates to work and holiday in Singapore for 6 months. Find out about the programme and how to apply.

Work Holiday Pass (Under Work and Holiday Visa Programme)

The Work and Holiday Visa Programme allows eligible Australian students and graduates to work and holiday in Singapore for 12 months. Find out about the programme and how to apply.

Work Permit for confinement nanny

The Work Permit for Malaysian confinement nannies is a short-term permit usually issued for up to 16 weeks starting from the birth of your child. Find out who is eligible and how to apply for the Work Permit.

Work Permit for performing artiste

The Work Permit for performing artistes allows foreign performers to work in public entertainment outlets such as bars, hotels and nightclubs. Find out about the requirements and how to apply.

Training Work Permit

The Training Work Permit is for unskilled or semi-skilled foreign trainees undergoing practical training in Singapore for up to 6 months. Find out who is eligible and how to apply.

Miscellaneous Work Pass

The Miscellaneous Work Pass is for eligible foreigners on short-term work assignments, such as speakers at a seminar, religious workers or journalists. Find out who is eligible and how to apply.