Oh that is a tough one! I think it is worth a try but be prepared to be possibly rejected. Maybe a passport stamp or arrival card plus any relevant vtl form where he/she had to put in your address?skooch wrote:Hi,
With the opening of VTL with the Uk i have a family member due to visit in Singapore. Does anyone know what the process is to prove that he is a member of my household when going out for a meal (5 people in total) ? Appreciate any advice.
You might have a challenge to get that done. There was today a letter on ST when couple couldn't dine at same table with their parents living in same address in Singapore, but the parents are on LTVP, which does not have the address written on it. They were not allowed to dine together.
Last time I flew in 2019 they were still being given out if I recall correctly. Perhaps they’ve stopped due to COVID and taken things online.sundaymorningstaple wrote: ↑Thu, 18 Nov 2021 7:14 pmThey were 5 years ago. That's the last time I flew anywhere and as a PR I don't need one but they they came around dispensing them before the plane started it descent into Singapore airspace. I would assume that hasn't changed. Maybe somebody else here has more updated info.
That’s a good point, I can see how that might be a problem. Living in the same residence but with no way to prove it… is there some sort of documentation the gov could provide? There must be some way around it.
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