Rampant use of fake documents in work permit application force Singapore govt to hire Delhi firm to verify documents of Indian workers

The Times Of India, 18 Jan 2014
Singapore has hired a New Delhi-based firm to ferret out Indians who present fake documents in their work permit applications.
Manpower ministry has hired Dataflow Services last month to conduct random checks on education certificates, employment history and scrutinise births and marriage certificates of Indian nationals working in Singapore, The Straits Times reported.
Citing sources, the Singapore daily said Dataflow was on a one-year contract and was expected to conduct 500 to 600 checks a year, taking not more than four weeks on each case.
The cost of each check would be about 100 Singapore dollars. Full story

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