Sounds like you may have just dumped yourself in the brown stuff bigtime. Depending on which two countries you hold, one may well have had your S pass approved, but the other may not be on the "desired" list. What in the heck were you thinking! Or you weren't thinking, which sounds like more the case. You pass is approved based on the nationality, academia, experience, age and remuneration. Change any one of those things and the resulting difference in the point spread may well find you out of a job and out of Singapore.meaningless wrote:Hi,
I have passport A and B. My S Pass was applied on passport A. Now because passport A is going to expire in coming July (so that my current S Pass is going to expire in June) and I have to go back to my country for renewal, I renewed Passport B instead which doesn't need my presence. After that I approached my company's admin to help activate the renewal of my S Pass to my passport B, and submitted the form which stated the changes of passport number, nationality stated on the passport and the expiry date.
Days after, MOM emailed my company to confirm with them i am holding dual nationality. I confirmed about that.
My question is simple: why dy they want to ask and does that have anything to do with my S Pass? I only want to work here and do my PhD, i currently have no intention to apply for PR. (and i believe a S Pass is not eligible for such?)
when you have two of the most popular passports, you can say that ..meaningless wrote:if that is so important. A is Hong Kong, B is British National (Overseas), where i don't have any right of abode in any places on Earth with the latter one. it is just considered as a travel document which everyone of us hop on that for convenience to travel in europe.
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