Dalia manages the inbound practice of Fragomen in Singapore, leading a large team of managers and consultants in providing a wide scope of Singapore immigration services to multinational, regional and local corporations. She is responsible for overseeing inbound visa and employment authorization matters as well as permanent resident and citizenship applications.

Dalia has experience devising practical and compliant immigration solutions for clients on mergers and acquisitions, short-term assignments and projects to Singapore. She also provides strategic support and immigration training and updates to client HR and global mobility teams, to keep them abreast of changes in Singapore’s work authorization regime, including implementation of Singapore’s Fair Consideration Framework.

Dalia initially joined Fragomen in 2007 as a consultant assisting with the immigration process for international transfers into other South East Asia countries.

Dalia speaks English and Mandarin.


National University of Ireland | Honours Degree of Bachelor of Business Studies (Business with Law), 2016

Provided training to multinational and regional companies on the implementation of Singapore’s Fair Consideration Framework (FCF)

Devised practical and compliant immigration strategies and solutions for clients on short-term assignments and projects to Singapore

Guided corporate clients on criteria for international company transfers versus local hires as part of the client’s global immigration program

Publications and Lectures

Speaker, “Singapore Immigration in the Digital Age.” Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM) APAC Summit, Singapore, September 6, 2018.

Speaker, “Singapore Permanent Residence … Prevalent to Privileged.” Fragomen APAC Conference, June 8, 2017.

Panelist, “Examining Latest Trends and Changes in Immigration Regulations and Compliance.” Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM) APAC Summit, Singapore, September 7, 2016.

Panelist, “Immigration Trends and Updates in Asia.” Fragomen Singapore Open House, November 25, 2015.

Panelist, “Navigating the Work Authorization Process in Light of More Stringent Immigration Policies.” Asia Pacific Global Mobility Summit, Singapore, October 14, 2014.