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Singapore Immigration Specialist

Job Description

Alchemy are partnering exclusively with an international firm who are looking to hire a Singapore Immigration Specialist in Singapore.

You will be responsible for immigration management across the Singapore ensuring compliance and client satisfaction, you will also have some oversight of APAC wide applications.

The Singapore Immigration Specialist will serve as the subject matter expert on immigration services as well as supporting mobility management and general HR administration.

Responsibilities include:

  • Act as subject matter expert for Singapore immigration queries as required by the client
  • Managing the immigration processes for Singapore
  • Preparing and filing Singapore work permits
  • Delivering guidance and advice to internal stakeholders and assignees
  • Handling visa applications including work permits, renewals, permanent residency, business travel visas etc.
  • Gathering relevant documentation, reviewing work permit applications and obtaining work visa cost approval
  • Partnering with the HR & Management team to ensure the successful delivery of mobility services across Singapore
  • Staying up to date on Ministry of Manpower ‘MOM’ immigration legislation and regulations
  • Organising signatures required for visa’s including visa renewals and changes to corporate sponsorship licences
  • Advising the talent management team on policies and procedures
  • Handle legal processing such as arranging affidavits for acquisitions and office changes with the UK legal team
  • Obtaining signatures and immigration support letters
  • Managing immigration cases from start to finish

Skills required:

  • 3-5 years of experience filing cases in Singapore 
  • Strong knowledge of Singapore visa and immigration processes and procedures
  • Knowledgeable on MOM Ministry of Manpower immigration legislation
  • Experience handling visa and immigration applications; especially, work permits
  • Knowledgeable on the assignee management and relocations process
  • Ability to create and run reporting data
  • Understanding of human resources management
  • Knowledgeable on the APAC region – Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia (excluding Australia and New Zealand)
  • Ability to work independently as well as partnering with a team
  • Excellent communications skills both written and verbal
  • Strong IT skills including MS Word, Outlook and Excel