ICA Document Checklist for holders of Employment Pass or S Pass

Oftentimes, our clients ask “What documents do I need to translate and notarise?”

We checked on ICA’s website and downloaded a document that is essentially an Explanatory Note and Document Checklist for holders of Employment Pass (EP) or Special Pass (S-Pass), who wish to apply for Permanent Residence (PR) in Singapore.

IMPORTANT!

Please ensure that all the required documents are submitted within 7 days/ 168 hours from the time you start the online application.

We gathered that the common documents (if not in English) that may require translation are as follows:

If you are single, have never been married before:

 (1) Identity Card (if applicable)

(2) Birth Certificate or Household Register or Family Card that shows both parents’ name

(3) Highest Educational Certificates, Professional License/Membership Certificates and Vocational Trade Certificates

If you are married or have been married before:

(4) Official Marriage Certificate

(5) Death Certificate or Divorce Certificate in respect of your previous marriages (if applicable)

(6) Custody papers for the child(ren) in respect of your previous marriage(s) (if applicable)

(7) Spouse’s Highest Educational Certificates, Professional License/Membership Certificates and Vocational Trade Certificates

If you are including your spouse in the application

(8) Spouse’s valid travel document with valid Immigration Pass and passport pages showing personal particulars and official descriptions are required

(9) Spouse’s birth certificate showing both parents’ name

(10) Spouse’s deed poll or change of name certificate (if applicable)

(11) Spouse’s identity card (if applicable)

(12) Death certificate or divorce certificate and the custody papers for the child(ren) in respect of your spouse’s previous marriage(s) (if any).

 If you are including your child(ren) in the application:

(13) Child’s valid travel document with valid Immigration Pass and passport pages showing personal particulars and official descriptions

(14) Child’s birth certificate showing both the child’s and the parents’ names

(15) Child’s adoption papers (if applicable)

(16)Child’s deed poll or change of name certificate (if applicable).

ICA accepts:

(i) Translations provided by the embassy of the country that issued the document

(ii) Translations produced by a notary public in Singapore or the country that issued the document

(iii) Privately created translations attested by the embassy of the country that issued the document, or notarised by a notary public in Singapore or the country that issued the document.

Our official  translations, which are notarised by a notary public in Singapore are compliant to (iii) above.

You just need to email your documents to inquiry@sagelanguages.com or whatsapp 82803328 to get a no-obligation quotation from us.

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