Are you are setting up a new Singapore Company, signing an agreement, or applying for a Singapore Visa? You may need to engage a Commissioner of Oaths to authenticate your signature and documents to ensure their legal validity in Singapore.
Following the notarisation of your documents for overseas use, it is common for foreign parties to ask for your documents be ‘legalised’ by their Embassy in Singapore. The notarised documents must first be certified by the Singapore Academy of Law and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Document Preparation & Filing Services
Company decisions made by the Board of Directors or Members must be formally approved and recorded by way of Resolutions and/or by General Meetings. Often, these decisions need to be filed with the Company Registry (ACRA), and the Registers accurately updated.
Offshore Company Documents
To prove the ownership and good standing of your overseas-incorporated company, you may need to produce an original or Certified True Copy of a Certificate of Incumbency and/or Certificate of Good Standing from the overseas’ Companies Registry or Agent.
Applying for an Employment Pass or Singapore Permanent Residency? You may need your education, marriage, and identity documents translated into English by a certified translator. Likewise, you may need your foreign-Company documents translated into English for commercial purposes in Singapore.