Why do you call it National Salvery? Just curious. This Country gave you a safe home, good schooling, healthy environment and a host of other things. Do you think that would have been possbile without a military here (regardless of it's size - the military of course has allies if it needs them). Without said military don't you think it would have been easy for your mother's country to just waltz in and take it over or Malaysia for that matter. It's not Slavery at all, it's called obligation.Dyum wrote:Hi again, thanks for replies.
I'm not afraid of doing National Slavery for that 2 years, I'm just planning ahead so I know what to do when I grew up.
Many said it's not as easy as I think it is, that is why I would like to know the process of renouncing a citizenship.
Both of my parents are here, in Singapore as my Dad is a Singaporean and Mum is an Indonesian.
A lot of things can happen between doing your national service and going to canada afterwards, that's at least 4 years and maybe even more depending on whether this is just a unilateral decision or something the entire family is planning. I'd worry about getting a good education and your military obligation out of the way first. You have the rest of your life to do the rest.
I am curious though, is your mother Indonesian Chinese by chance?