Mmmmm.Cricketbay wrote: Here is my concern. Most countries in the world including Singapore have implemented what is called Advanced Passenger Information. Your passport information is transmitted to your destination country when you check in at the airport. So the airport staff will be instantly notified of your visa status. In other words, they do not have to physically see the visa label in your passport to determine if you have the right of entry.
So if I want to board a flight with passport B, they may smile: Sorry sir, the EP belongs to another person.
No. EP info is the domain of ICA and MOM.
Airlines have no way to know which passport is tied to the EP.
In any case, the APIS integration is extremely limited, unlike Interpol passport watch lists.