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Magrath Global (Singapore)

Supporting the immigration requirements of businesses and individuals in the Asia Pacific Region.

"I have been very impressed with their responsiveness and knowledge level, and they are super timely and efficient" - Chambers Global

Magrath Global (Singapore) specialises in the provision of immigration advice and visa services to businesses and individuals across the Asia Pacific Region.

Our dedicated immigration lawyers work with major financial institutions, multinational organisations, high net worth individuals and private clients across all industry sectors.

We have the professional expertise and local knowledge to enable senior executives, employees and their family members to travel lawfully, work and reside in the host location within the shortest possible timeframes.

Immigration law is increasingly complex and we provide ourselves in providing clear, creative, tailored solutions which meet the strategic objectives of our clients.

We provide an efficient and innovative approach, and are frequently praised for the extraordinary level of client service we provide.

Our web based technology, Global Reach, enables us to manage, coordinate and track the application process, ensuring full compliance with immigration regulations and ensuring you are kept up to date.

Magrath Global (Singapore)

30 Raffles Place

23-00 Chevron House

Singapore 048622

Contacts:
Debra Durnford – [email protected]
Ruth Wilkins – [email protected]

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