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All Halal applications have to be made via LicenseOne (https://license1.business.gov.sg). You may wish to refer to the steps below for a better idea:
Generally, there are 3 types of requirements in the Halal application process:
Refer below for the process of applying to Muis Halal Certification.1. Steps to follow prior to submitting an Application for Muis Halal Certification:-
Muis Halal Certification Conditions (HCC):Please read through Muis Halal Certification Conditions (HCC) found on our website, http://www.halal.sg > Halal Certification > Scheme Types & Eligibility Criteria (HCC) before submitting the application in LicenseOne (https://license1.business.gov.sg). Fees Schedule:The list of fees schedule is as attached and can be found the website, http://www.halal.sg > Halal Certification > Halal Fees Schedules. Please take note that application fee is applicable for new applications for all schemes and is non-refundable.Registration:All applications are submitted via LicenseOne. Please log-in using your CorpPass (applicable to all other schemes) or SingPass (applicable for Hawker and School Canteen schemes).
2. Steps to follow to submit a "New" application for Muis Halal Certification:
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Step 1: Login > Under "Halal Certification", Select "Amend" as your actionStep 2: Profile > Select one of the two options Step 3: General Information > Click "Next" after verifying the auto-populated infoStep 4: Application Details > Review Application Info, Amend Application Info, Step 5: Upload Attachments - Click "Upload"Step 6: Review & Submit - Read Declaration, Select check box & Click "Next"Step 7: Receive "Acknowledgement" that submission is successful
The show of respect in Islam is done through offering greetings of peace between individuals regardless of gender, and handshakes between individuals of the same gender. This is the customary practice and religious etiquette when Muslims meet each other in social gatherings.
This custom is different between Muslims and those from other communities. In a multi-religious society and secular country such as Singapore, it is customary to offer a handshake to welcome and show respect to neighbours, friends and colleagues, or to show appreciation at events and ceremonies. This practice is in line with the Islamic principle of preserving the larger common good, especially when Muslims live alongside, and frequently interact with other communities in a multi-religious society.
In particular, at state and national-level events and ceremonies, the principle of the secular government should be upheld and the norms of courtesy and social interaction in our multi-racial and multi-religious society should be observed by all communities, including Muslims. In such contexts, it is appropriate for Muslims to shake the hands of the GOH, regardless of gender, race and religion. Similarly, at public service ceremonies, Muslim public officers are expected to observe this protocol in receiving awards from GOHs which applies to all award recipients.