09 Oct '11, 12pm

Ministry of Manpower Singapore increase Application fees for Employment Pass, S Pass and Work Permit

The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) has reviewed the administrative fees for all work passes, and will be making changes as it moves towards full cost recovery for the Ministry's work pass operations and services. The administrative fees for most work passes will be increased from 1 December 2011. This is in line with the Government’s financial principle that the full cost of providing a public service should be borne by users of the service rather than taxpayers in general. Background Employers have been paying administrative fees for the application and issuance of work passes since 2005. When the fees were first introduced, they were set at a level that was substantially below cost recovery. The fees have not been revised since they were first introduced in 2005. Key Features of the Changes The key features of the changes are: Employment Pass, S Pass, Work Permit Application...

Full article: http://www.sgrecruiters.com/news/work-pass-administrative...

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