Asked on 18 May 2019
I believe that a minimum income of $30,000 per year is required to apply for a basic credit card in Singapore, and that could be higher if you are a foreigner.
I do think you would need to wait 3 months first, because chances are that the credit card application would get rejected and you would need to re-apply again when you have 3 months of salary to show.
Yepp min a year is 30k salary. If you dont have salary slip with you, they will ask to open up your cpf and do a back calculation, because they need a verifiable source.
Gotta wait >3 months. Because on their end they gotta make sure your salary is consistent and stable.
If you are working for commissions, then will require longer period like 6mth-1year or depending
If you are a foreigner, may require higher than 30k a year depending on credit card terms
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