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Unlocking Opportunities: Your Guide to the Singapore Dependant Pass (DP) Journey

As a PR Application Agency, we understand the challenges involved in obtaining a Singapore Dependant Pass (DP). We know that it can be a daunting process, and that’s why we have created a detailed guide to help you through it. Whether you are applying for the first time or need to make a PR appeal, we are here to assist you.

Our guide covers all the crucial aspects of the Singapore Dependant Pass, including the eligibility criteria, application process, and necessary documents. With our expertise and knowledge, we can guide you through the process and increase your chances of a successful outcome.

So, let us help you navigate the complexities of the PR appeal process and achieve your goal of obtaining a Singapore Dependant Pass.

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Eligibility Criteria:

To apply for a Singapore Dependant Pass, the application must be sponsored by a registered company in Singapore. Must be holding either a Singapore Employment Pass (EP) or Singapore S Pass holder. Earning a fixed monthly salary of 6,000 SGD per month.

The following categories of individuals are eligible to apply for a Dependant Pass:

  • Spouse of an EP or S Pass holder
  • Unmarried children under 21 years old, including legally adopted children
  • Passport bio-data of the applicant

Application Process:

The application process for a Singapore Dependant Pass can be completed online. The sponsor or the EP or S Pass holder can apply for the Dependant Pass on behalf of their dependants through the Singapore Ministry of Manpower (MOM) website.

The following steps are involved in the application process:

Step 1: Check eligibility

Before applying for the Dependant Pass, it is essential to ensure that the dependant meets the eligibility criteria. The sponsor or EP or S Pass holder should also ensure that they have a valid employment pass.

Step 2: Gather the required documents

The next step is to gather all the necessary documents required for the application. These documents include:

  • Passport and travel document
  • Passport-sized photograph
  • Marriage certificate (if the applicant is the spouse of the sponsor)
  • For Unmarried children under 21 years of age:

i. Birth certificate and

ii. Vaccination Requirements documents for children under 12 years of age

  • For Unmarried legally adopted children under 21-year-old:

i. Copy of the court order of the child’s custody

ii. Letter from the biological parent stating that they have no objection in sending the child to Singapore

  • Educational certificates (if applicable)

It is important to note that all documents must be in English or officially translated into English.

Step 3: Apply online

Once all the required documents are ready, the sponsor or EP or S Pass holder can proceed to apply for the Dependant Pass online through the MOM website.

Step 4: Pay application fee

Upon submission of the application, an application fee of 105 SGD for each pass must be paid.

Step 5: Wait for outcome

The processing time for a Dependant Pass application is typically around four to six weeks. Once the application is approved, the applicant will receive an In-Principle Approval (IPA) letter, which is valid for six months.

Step 6: Collect Dependant Pass

The final step is to collect the Dependant Pass from the MOM office in Singapore. The applicant must bring their passport and IPA letter for verification purposes.

Conclusion

At Singapore Top Immigration, we understand that the process of obtaining a Singapore Dependant Pass can be challenging. However, by following the steps outlined in this guide and ensuring that all the required documents are in order, you can increase your chances of a successful application.

If you have any further questions or require assistance with your application, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to help.

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