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Man jailed for employing foreigners without work permits

 

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Previous Convictions of Tan Kang Han

Tan Kang Han has three previous convictions under section 5(1) of the Employment of Foreign Workers Act, Chapter 91A.

(1)  On 14 July 1994, investigations by MOM Employment Inspectorate revealed that Tan had employed 11 foreigners without valid work permits. On 19 October 1994, Tan pleaded guilty to 11 charges under section 5(1) of the Employment of Foreign Workers Act, Chapter 91A. He was fined a total of $79,200.

(2)  On 10 August 1995, investigations by MOM Employment Inspectorate revealed that Tan had employed seven foreigners without valid work permits. On 16 January 1996, Tan pleaded guilty to four charges under section 5(1) of the Employment of Foreign Workers Act, Chapter 91A. He was fined a total of $60,480 and sentenced to one month imprisonment on each charge for employing seven foreigners without valid work permits. The imprisonment terms in respect of the first two charges were to run consecutively and the other two concurrently. The three remaining charges were compounded.

(3) On 10 September 1998, investigations by MOM Employment Inspectorate revealed that Tan had employed two foreigners without work permits. On 21 June 1999, Tan pleaded guilty to one charge under section 5(1) of the Employment of Foreign Workers Act, Chapter 91A. He was fined a total of $13,200 and sentenced to five months imprisonment. The remaining charge was taken into consideration.
 

Source: Ministry of Manpower Press Release 24 Mar 2005

 

 

 

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