Singapore PR Schemes

Singapore PR Schemes

We know that the Singapore PR application process can be a confusing one. With so many available channels and options to apply for permanent residence, along with the lack of clear information, choosing the right avenue to apply for your Singapore PR can be tough. So here is a guide on all the Singapore PR schemes that are available to get started on your journey!

PTS Scheme for Work Pass Holders

More widely known as the PTS Scheme – Professionals/Technical Personnel and Skilled Worker Scheme, this guide will explain in detail about what this PR scheme is all about. The PTS scheme is the most popular and commonly used scheme amongst foreigners in Singapore who apply for permanent residence.

GIP Scheme for Global Investors

The GIP Scheme – Global Investor Programme Scheme, is aimed at entrepreneurial foreigners who plan to invest funds in Singapore. Under the scheme, foreign investors have to invest in a business or a GIP-approved fund.

ForArts Scheme for Foreign Artistic Talents

Armed with a vision to further develop the local arts scene in Singapore, the ForArts Scheme –  Foreign Artistic Talent scheme – was launched as a means to attract foreign individuals who were deemed to be outstanding in their respective field of the arts. To qualify for this scheme, the individual must have made significant contributions to the Singapore’s arts scene.

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