The topic is only continuing because vagaries, irrelevancies and insinuations are being brought into it (IMHO). But we seem to be getting to some form of conclusion now. Right, so, if there was a court case/judgement that found against him, presumably there is a way for the OP to find this? I.e. are court Judgements a matter of public record, and are they searchable? If so do you know where he might conclusively search?ecureilx wrote:In a way, yes, you can file police reports for any unsubstantiated accusations, but unless there was a case/judgement, then unlikely it went further, or, as I said, the person went to great extremes to ensure one of the above was done.
Yep, I still agree it is more likely a case of scare tactics
Because what I'm thinking is if the police report was falsified, or even the report is real but the alleged case went no further, i.e. it wasn't taken to court, then he can gauge the/any extent of any record he might have in SG.
Again this is irrelevant and a distraction. Maybe he would like to do all the lovely things advertised so widely by the STB, or spend some time studying there? Or perhaps more likely he would simply like to know that in his future life he can travel via Changi without being arrested or deported.ecureilx wrote:But then again, I have this burning question to OP, again, if he doesn't plan to go near his father's other family (or legal family), what's the urgency to visit Singapore ?