An Advance Medical Directive (AMD), also known as a “living will,” is a legal document that you sign in advance to inform your doctor that you do not want the doctor to use any extraordinary life-sustaining treatment to prolong your life, in case you have a terminal illness and are left unconscious or incapacitated. of. Anyone here over the age of 21 and in their right mind can make a living will free of charge. The application form, available online or in private polyclinics and clinics, must also be signed by a doctor and another witness.
Still, Singapore has made it easier for travelers to enter and seems more attractive to expats living in Hong Kong's rival financial hub, which has much stricter rules due to its zero COVID strategy. Usually, expats already have a job when they arrive in Singapore, but there is a possibility that your situation will change, or you may be traveling with a partner who would like to find employment.
Foreigners can purchase private properties, such as apartments and private condominiums, but they will need government approval to purchase properties such as bungalows. Foreigners can only purchase Executive Condominiums (EC) that are at least 10 years old.
It's also quite easy for spouses to advance their own careers, as they have the option to work or start a business in Singapore. Currently, PD holders are exempt from the current work pass criteria and only need a letter of consent (LOC) from the MOM to work here.