In line with the advisory by the Ministry of Health on Elevated Safe Distancing Measures, from 7 April to 1 June 2020, Muis will only operate certain essential services at its counters. We are experiencing high volume of calls at this moment. You may expect a longer waiting time. We appreciate your patience and understanding. Alternatively, you may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Islamic teaching refers to the provision of Islamic instruction in any subject or field in an IECP to one or more persons who are not his or her family member or members. A “family member” here refers to one’s spouse, children, parents, in-laws, siblings, or any other individual who is related by blood or marriage and is living in the same household as the person.
Asatizah Recognition Scheme (or known as 'ARS') applies to everyone teaching Islam in Singapore. This includes
ARS is not applicable to foreign religious speakers as they are regulated under a different permit scheme known as the Miscellaneous Work Pass (MWP) issued by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM). Local sponsors of such religious speakers should ensure that the speakers possess formal religious qualifications before applying for the MWP.