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Expat Insurance
Expat Insurance is a leading provider of insurance for expatriates and business in Singapore. We specialise in providing professional insurance advice on a complete portfolio of products including: Employer Benefit Programmes, Business Insurance and Medical Insurance, Home Insurance, Travel Insurance and Motor Insurance.

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Insurance for Expats in Singapore

Expat Insurance is an award winning provider of insurance for expatriates and business in Singapore. The company won Expat Living readers award for “ Best Insurance” and was a Winner in British Chamber of Commerce Business Awards. They specialise in providing professional insurance advice on a complete portfolio of products including: Employer Benefit Programmes, Business Insurance and Medical Insurance, Home Insurance, Travel Insurance and Motor Insurance.

As Singapore’s first client-focused insurance service for expats, our goal is to provide insurance coverage tailored to suit individual and corporate needs. Consistent with our own high standards, our advisors recommend only the most reputable international insurance companies known for superior claims handling, broad coverage and value-for-money products. The insurance companies compensate us directly, so the benefit of coverage reviews and advice we offer you is free.

Insurance for Expats in SingaporeMedical Insurance
There are numerous Medical Insurance policies available, but few are suitable for Expats. We provide specialist advice on Medical Insurance for Expats in Singapore. During our consultation process, Expat Insurance will first want to understand your needs and priorities; then advise which Health Insurance plans will provide you and your family with the most comprehensive and affordable Medical Insurance available.

Insurance for Expats in SingaporeHome Insurance
We offer a range of Home Insurance for Expats in Singapore. With prices suitable for every budget, we’ll provide value-for-money Home Insurance tailored to cover your belongings. We can combine your jewelry insurance and contents coverage as well as Personal Liability in one policy. Contact us today for Home Insurance.

Insurance for Expats in SingaporeEmployee Benefits
With the complexities associated with local and international workforce protection and retention, we offer end-to-end Employee Benefits solutions for your business. We ensure insurance requirements are aligned with your HR objectives and provide advice on insurance matters at a strategic and operational level, structure, negotiate, place and manage appropriate insurance policies. We appoint a service team with proven experience and abilities to provide professional, proactive and innovative services and support, and offer claims escalation support to enhance claims arrangements for your employees.

Insurance for Expats in SingaporeTravel Insurance
Expat Insurance offers value-for-money Single Trip Travel Insurance starting from $26. If you’re planning more than three trips a year, Annual Travel Insurance policies offer cost savings covering unlimited trips abroad, leaving you with one less thing to worry about when booking your holidays. Buy your Travel Insurance online now.

Insurance for Expats in SingaporeMotor Insurance
Expat Insurance has partnered with the largest International Motor Insurance Companies in Singapore to bring you the most comprehensive, competitive Motor Insurance products. This often means we are able to save our customers hundreds of dollars compared with their old insurer. Contact us for Motor Insurance today.

Insurance for Expats in SingaporeBusiness Insurance
Running a successful business requires careful planning of your sales and finances. No matter how prepared you may be, the unthinkable may happen: a fire, burglary, outbreak of disease or a customer’s slip and fall.  Without adequate protection, the effect on your business could be crippling. We provide a comprehensive range of Business Insurance to protect your business including: Liability, Fire, Cargo, Travel and Employer Benefits Programmes.

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Re: PR Application - Chances/Odds

Barnsley:
Looking for some insight...! First PR application was in 2014 rejected within the first 3 months...
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2nd application - Jan 2016
Current Status - Pending
Nationality - Indian
Male - Single
Moved to Singapore in 2011
Profession - BIM Manager - 7k - EPass
Self published author
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You think I got a chance ?

I will quote our esteemed moderator SMS.

"If you don't try you are guaranteed not to get PR"

However it probably unlikely all the same , but you never know , with a fair wind at your back.

Re: UK vote to leave the EU ['BREXIT'] - 23rd June

Barnsley:
From BBC news:
"...Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has become the first cabinet minister to join the petition in favour of a second referendum on EU membership...Mr Hunt is calling for the start of the withdrawal process - Article 50 - to be delayed until shortly before the next scheduled general election in 2020, which would mean Britain would not leave until after 2022 at the earliest..."

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I believe that this is the rules , its a complete farce.......

Nobody has a clue whats happening ](*,) ](*,)

Re: PR Application - Chances/Odds

k1983:
Looking for some insight...! First PR application was in 2014 rejected within the first 3 months...
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2nd application - Jan 2016
Current Status - Pending
Nationality - Indian
Male - Single
Moved to Singapore in 2011
Profession - BIM Manager - 7k - EPass
Self published author
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You think I got a chance ?

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Re: SIA cabin crew

taromilktea:

Hey. Both my friend and I we are still waiting. I dont think anyone from 30th and 31st are contacted yet?

Got my text and call last thurs, 23 days after medical on May 30th! Hopefully yours comes soon too! :-)

Re: Need help with LTVP and PR application

jinsuke:
I applied for a LTVP recently. We were married about 3 years ago and have a SC child. There was no PMLA when we got married, so our LTVP was without it. We still got an IPA in 3 weeks (+4 weeks wait for a completion of formalities appointment after that, it was an LTVP+), so I'd say the PMLA does not affect the processing time as much as other factors.

Re: UK vote to leave the EU ['BREXIT'] - 23rd June

Mexikaner:
From BBC news:
"...Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has become the first cabinet minister to join the petition in favour of a second referendum on EU membership...Mr Hunt is calling for the start of the withdrawal process - Article 50 - to be delayed until shortly before the next scheduled general election in 2020, which would mean Britain would not leave until after 2022 at the earliest..."

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Re: LTVP Application Help!

Lostsoul:
I am still waiting.. has been 10 weeks...

Re: pass for foreign spouse

Lostsoul:
congrats! Your spouse received her LTVP really quickly.. I applied in late April.. still receiving attention despite getting approval from MOM and PMLE approved in Jan...

Re: JETSTAR INTERNATIONAL RECRUITMENT

rumbles29:
Any latest upcoming JQ recruitment?

Re: Best Way to Send Reasonably Important Documents to Singapore?

earthfriendly:


A word to the wise about USPS... $21.16 for 23 days of transit.

It averages $1 / day. You got your money's worth, SE :P .

Re: UK vote to leave the EU ['BREXIT'] - 23rd June

Barnsley:

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/ho ... 04191.html
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-camb ... e-36633388
I am not sure if these are some zealots spreading hysteria, it's simply in concern and that's why was quoted. Also, don't get me wrong, I just wanted to support a point I already made earlier - there seems to be a lot of problems with the understanding among the voters what they were actually voting for.

Hate crime of various sorts is nothing new, is it credible to suggest these hate crimes directly result from the BREXIT vote?
I am not sure what you think I suggest. If this is that Brexit made up some xenophobes, then of course not. If, that it made xenophobes to get encouraged and switch from passive to active, then yes, I think this what is happening. But again, that's not really my point.
Let me rephrase. Do you really feel fine that the referendum was won by such small fraction with people who voted by the racial hatred, by the less educated population that probably don't have enough insight to comprehend the whole complexity of the governing issues, and by the elderly? You emphasized on what was promised back in the 70s and that the promise was broken, but this whole referendum looks like one giantic manipulation to me. The end justifies the means? I was actually pretty positive to what has happened until I saw the voting statistics.

Mate its very upsetting , the whole thing has blown up and nobody has a clue on what to do to get everyone going more or less in the same direction.

Boris has already said that there wont be any changes to current polisy apparently , thus other than him wanting to oust Cameron as Tory party leader I really dont see what he was in the leave camp for.

The stories that have started appearing on the Xenophobic outburts sadly will come from folk that have been whipped up into frenzy.

Re: Aircon Usage - Utility Bills - Best Practices

taxico:
based on my 2016 usage/billing....

my wife and i live alone. we don't cook. our place is relatively well insulated.

we have an a/c in every room, 1 in the dining room, and 2 in the living room. they are mostly of the 2-to-1 types, some are encased within the wall/ceiling.

except from 7am to 10am, there is always at least 1 a/c turned on, at an indicated 23 degrees C. i would estimate we run 2 a/cs only about 25% of the time.

besides a fridge and 4 air purifiers, we also have an RO machine that is continuously powering an internal chilling and heating element. i have a habit of keeping a big TV screen running almost constantly, either to a show or a digital aquarium display. a lot of the lights in our place are fitted with filament bulbs...

the wife takes plenty of long, hot showers. i don't. we use the same bathroom for showering/baths so i need only heat up one heater. i will otherwise, use my own bathroom for everything else.

our SP bill is about $250 when we stay in singapore for a full month.

when my wife isn't around, and i reduce the use of a/c and don't use the heater much - if i turn it on only during one 10 minute shower, it stays heated for at least 2 days, and i also usually use just 1 a/c (maybe 19 out of 24 hours every day) when i'm slumming it out alone.

then my power bill goes down to about $150. i daresay the heater guzzles more money than the a/c!

Re: UK vote to leave the EU ['BREXIT'] - 23rd June

Barnsley:


Again , these paid shills still get airtime , it beggars belief!!!

Re: Tenancy agreements/leases and your rights as a tenant

PNGMK:
OP - if you're doing a runner I'd suggest just leaving the keys with the security guard or in the mail box and texting the LL or agent as your flight takes off. As your are forfeiting your deposit etc I see no reason for a formal handover but documentation is important.