Working holiday visa insurance Singapore WHV
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If you stay abroad at least 12 months, expat plans are accurate. For example: Indigo Expat plans (min. 12 months).
For a less comprehensive cover, Start Expat is convenient. It covers accident and unforseen illness. And correspond to a travel insurance (1 to 12 months).
Republic of Singapore
Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is a sovereign city-state and island country in Southeast Asia.
Main cities: Singapore
Currency: Singapore dollar (SGD)
Area: 728,3 km²
Official language: Singaporean
Capitalising on its melting pot of cultures, Singapore is finally getting some spark, and is fast becoming one of Asia’s hit-list destinations.
Source: Wikipedia, Lonely planet
Info on the working holiday visa Singapore
European citizens as well as citizens from European Economic Area or Switzerland do not need a visa.
- Age: between 18 and 25 yo (“You are an undergraduate or graduate of a university in Australia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Switzerland, United Kingdom or United States“)
- Cost of the visa: 175 Euro for a pass
- Duration max: 6 months
- Quota: 2 000 applicants
- Requirements: –
- Insurance: WHV insurance required
- Jobs: “If you will be working in professions such as medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, architecture or law, you will need to comply with registration requirements to practise in Singapore”
- Renewal: not possible
Update: August 2020
WHV form and request
Useful links for working holiday visa Singapore
First of all, please find here after useful web pages for medical and security aspects:
Then, you can have a look on this web site:
Legal considerations for working holiday visa Singapore
Please note that subscribing to an international health insurance does not free you from local regulation. Our plans are not substitute for local mandatory insurances. The above data are just for information, and does not represent a legal advise or an advise.