Dear sir, 2 simple reasons.sundaymorningstaple wrote: ↑Wed, 07 Aug 2019 12:36 amFirst of all, Alvin, please get rid of the attitude problem. I think this forum probably has a pretty good handle on most of these issues. We know better than most about dual nationality. In fact, I have two children that had dual citizenship. This isn't Hardwarezone, okay?
If your child is a dual national why didn't you just get her both passports? There is not an NS issue to worry about and if she has dual nationality, then she should have both passports. Not difficult to do at all. Right of entry is for those who did not take up Singapore citizenship but were qualified to do so. Therefore they used to be able to go up to the sixth floor of ICA to e get a Right of Entry chop (not sure if it's still there or not - you just have to ask) but they will probably tell you that because you took up citizenship for both countries, she will need to get a proper passport for both countries as that is all she will need to stay as long as she wants in either country until she reaches the age of Majority (21). She will have to choose between them at that time. By law, if she has Singaporean citizenship she must enter and exit the country with her own passport and enter and exit Malaysia with her Malaysian passport. Now there might be a separate agreement with Malaysia about dual national there thanks to the wacko's running that country, where she might have to get the Right of Entry Chop, but I doubt it.
Yes, I see that you remember me from last year. I had already taken your (and MS) advice of NOT to give my boy SGC, so you hardly wasted your time. Having said that, information is power, so more information is a good thing.sundaymorningstaple wrote: ↑Wed, 07 Aug 2019 1:11 pmI just remembered why your nick looked so familiar. Went back and had a read of your previous forays here and realized we are wasting our time. Do as you like Alvin, I wish you the best, but if you should trip and stumble along the road of your children's formative years, I hope they survive your manipulations. Again, go to ICA, 6eth floor and ask them. Out.
Sadly, Google did not lead me to the ICA website giving proper information, if not I will not even need to come here to ask.sundaymorningstaple wrote: ↑Wed, 19 Oct 2011 9:03 pmI think the deciding issue is not whether or not they have dual citizenship, but whether or not they are carrying two passports. Even if Dual Citizens by right of birth, if they never apply for nor get a Singapore Passport, but opt to only get a foreign one with an ROE, then the Gahmen cannot say that they have used any socio-economic benefit derived from their Singaporean citizenship. Having a Right of Entry stamp in their foreign passport just acknowledges that they are Singaporean Citizens without a Singapore passport. They cannot use that ROE to enter any other country in the world "as a Singaporean". Hope that clarifies it sufficiently for you.
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