My daughter (ex-PR Indonesian Chinese) obtained her SG citizenship at the age of 5. As a minor she does not need to go through the citizenship journey. She will have to take the ORAL (Oath thingy) between the age of 21 and 22 though, which is stated clearly in her Certificate of Singapore Citizenship. She has her SG passport, applied with Certificate of SC, do not need to wait till she is 21yo. Hence, she now has dual citizenship until she reached 21.CJtheBear wrote: ↑Thu, 24 Jun 2021 5:29 pmMy daughter (18y/o) started schooling here from primary 3, now on JC2.
Applied PR last August 2019 as student.
Got approval October 2020.
Applied SGC last month (15May2021)
Received SGC IPA this month.
She will have her SG passport when she reached 21. By now, she is advised not to renounce her citizenship yet until she reached 21.
As a minor (under 21yo) she couldn’t renounce her Indonesian citizenship even if she wanted to. Neither could we, as her parents, renounce it on her behalf.
That being said, your daughter’s case is the fastest SC approval I’ve read in this forum, so maybe different criteria.