Course Outline
  • How to file your tax when you return?
  • What are your Central Provident Fund (CPF) obligations?
  • New laws and regulations that may affect you
  • National Service requirements and reservist obligations
  • The housing market – current conditions and new regulations
  • HDB Regulations
  • The education landscape – local and
    international schools
  • Public and private transportations – the changes
  • Changes in workplace culture
  • Working with people of different ethnicity Culture shock – how coming home will affect your family emotionally
About the Homebound Programme

Moving home after a long time away is exciting. The time has come for you to reconnect with your loved ones, eat your favourite dishes and visit all the places you’ve missed. But Singapore is a place that never stays still – changes happen in this city quickly that you will need to know what has changed and how it affects you.

“Homebound” is an interactive workshop designed for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents returning home after living overseas. developed by CS Mobility, each workshop covers the important changes that have happened during your absence. This information ranges from government policies, to regulations and obligations as well as physical changes and tackling the re-settling challenges you may face.

Moving home is always hectic, and the last thing you need at such a busy time is to overlook something important, or to make the wrong decisions based on outdated information. Homebound prepares you and your family for a seamless relocation experience back to Singapore and ensures you are brought right up to date on the latest in legislative, physical and other key changes since you

With the knowledge that the Homebound workshop will give you, you will feel better prepared to settle into your new life in your old home.

Frequently Asked Questions
Who Should Attend?
Any Singaporean or Permanent Resident who has recently returned to Singapore. If you need to know more about changes to regulations and policies, changes in Singapore as a place to live – this programme is for you! Information covered include housing, education, CPF, National Service and Reservist obligations
How Much Does It Cost?
SGD80 [excluding GST] per participant*

*No-Shows and Cancellations (less that 96hours before date of programme) will be chargeable at full price and no refunds will be issued. Payments in Cash will be acceptable only by customers of corporate clients.
When Are The Programmes Held?
• 10th Nov 2012(10:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.)
• 08th Dec 2012(10:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.)
• 12th Jan 2013(10:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.)
• 16th Feb 2013(10:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.)
• 09th Mar 2013(10:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.)
• 13th Apr 2013(10:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.)
• 11th May 2013(10:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.)
• 08th Jun 2013(10:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.)
Where Are The Programmes Held?
• CS Mobility (S) Pte Ltd Tanglin, 19 Tanglin Road #05-39-43, Tanglin Shopping Centre, Singapore 247909
What is the Group Size?
Groups can range from 6-10 Participants
Can a Homebound Programme Be Performed At My Office For Larger Groups?
Please contact our local office to find out more about customized Homebound Programmes either
by email or call 6731 8101
Is Parking Available?
Where is the Nearest MRT Station?
Orchard Road MRT
Register for the Homebound Programme Online Now!