Hello Nana,NanaK wrote:Hello Every one, My name is Nana Kwame , My wife and i flew to Singapore On the 9th of March2014 to do baby shopping and we intended to stay for 2 weeks,Our Doctor back home in our country gave her an estimated period on which she would deliver the child to be on 23rd April 2014, so we thought we could take a quick turn here, look around , shop and return, we are young couples and this is our first baby so we do not have much idea about alot of things, My wife is smallish in size and due to that we didnt have any one asking or checking if she was okay to fly whiles we was coming. We had 21hours of Flight and when we got here she started having some complication after 3days, so we went to Mount Alvania to check if everything was fine, a doctor there ,after a scan told us my wife was 36weeks plus pregnant and could have the baby anytime so we should be ready and that she cannot fly back at this time cause no airline would accept her and she wont be fit for it...
We check online to see the legal way of having a baby in singapore and we realized you need a Letter from a registered doctor stating applicant's expected date of delivery and whether there is any complication to the pregnancy
Letter from the Embassy or High Commission of applicant's country stating that her newborn child will follow the parent's nationality and a valid travel document of that country will be issued to the newborn child & also Duly completed Form 14* signed by the applicant and a local sponsor (the local sponsor must be either a Singapore Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident) .
We can get everything needed by ICA and also untake for our child having our country's nattionality except the local sponsor cause its our first time here and we barely even know our way around , aside from using a map to the shopping malls.
Also on the website http://www.ica.gov.sg/page.aspx?pageid=237&secid=338 its said there that it would take 6weeks to get the application processed which by then am sure my wife would have long given birth and the baby is weeks old..
We need help and directions on how to get this done the right and easy way because its a matter of life and death and an emergency!
? que?PNGMK wrote:Singapore anchor baby fail.
Tounge in cheek mate.... anyone with any common sense knows there's no such thing as a Singapore anchor baby.ecureilx wrote:? que?PNGMK wrote:Singapore anchor baby fail.
op. I know enough foreigners who have delivered here, just to boast that the baby was born in Singapore, though some have longer term plan, I.e future benefits for the baby should the baby end up in Singapore one day ....
as long as you can put up the deposit required from the hospital plus guarantee, no issues
based on the country either you need to take the baby to the embassy for an emergency travel certificate post delivery for flight back home or the mission will visit you in the hospital and do the needful ... (like mine ... )
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