Integration into society – Yay or nay?

In an article from August 2019, the following was mentioned during a session by Minister for Culture, Community and Youth, Ms. Grace Fu at the National Integration Council Convention:

Most Singaporeans accept the importance and value of having immigrants, but many also feel that immigrants are not doing enough to integrate into society.

These were some of the findings of a study made public at a National Integration Council (NIC) event on Saturday (Aug 3), where the issue of racial enclaves was also discussed.

Nearly nine in 10 (87 per cent) of the citizens and permanent residents surveyed in the study by the Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) and racial harmony advocacy group OnePeople.sg agreed that there is “a lot to learn” from the immigrants’ cultures.

Here at The Immigration People (TIP), we understand the importance of integration into the society. More often than not, our clients share about their lack of opportunities and/or information regarding community engagement. With our extensive knowledge in the requirements by Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) and also our vast number of connections, be assured that we are able to point you in the right direction and make key suggestions to get you started. Integration is not to be taken lightly and the lack of time can never be an excuse to overlook it.

We customize solutions for all clients and there is never a one-size-fits-all approach. Your next immigration milestone means the world to you and even more so to us. Therefore, we are adamant that your social front (and many other contributing factors) be significantly improved before we attempt to take your application to the next step.

We know the way and we have the TIP for your application. Make that contact with us for your complimentary consultation/profile evaluation at our office here at WeWork at MYP Centre, 9 Battery Road and you will thank us in the future.

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