Letter of indemnity for NS deferment application

May 4, 2010 at 2:09 pm Leave a comment

Just an FYI for employers in Singapore who are going through the National Service  Deferment application process – when the employee fills out the NS Deferment application (MyDeferment application) from www.ns.sg, it states that the employer must fax, within 3 days, the following:

– Letter From Employer
– Letter of indemnity
– Contract details; if any

I think most employers will be puzzled, wondering why they need to send a letter of indemnity with a request for deferment. Searching online did not reveal any information related to NS.

I called the NS office and asked them what I was supposed to put in the letter of indemnity.  Their answer: “No need.”

So there you go – if you’re wondering what to do for the letter of indemnity, don’t worry. You don’t need to submit it.

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