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Post by bondgee » Thu, 19 Nov 2009 12:12 am

I was presented a tricky case today by a friend. A remote cousin(female) of him, a student visa holder then, was deported from singapore 3 yrs ago with adjudication of prostituting.

She claims the accusation was absurd because she was with her boyfriend(an SG citizen) at a hotel when caught by police(Why they raided that particular hotel I didn't ask). After the tragedy, her boyfriend has been visiting her regularly in China and now they plan to get married, hoping for getting her to singapore again.

And this is my question: is this even remotely probable? If not, what are other options for the poor loving birds to live happily in singapore?

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Post by ksl » Thu, 19 Nov 2009 12:27 am

bondgee wrote:I was presented a tricky case today by a friend. A remote cousin(female) of him, a student visa holder then, was deported from singapore 3 yrs ago with adjudication of prostituting.

She claims the accusation was absurd because she was with her boyfriend(an SG citizen) at a hotel when caught by police(Why they raided that particular hotel I didn't ask). After the tragedy, her boyfriend has been visiting her regularly in China and now they plan to get married, hoping for getting her to singapore again.

And this is my question: is this even remotely probable? If not, what are other options for the poor loving birds to live happily in singapore?
No!
None to my knowledge unfortunately!

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Post by bondgee » Thu, 19 Nov 2009 12:45 am

ksl wrote:
bondgee wrote:I was presented a tricky case today by a friend. A remote cousin(female) of him, a student visa holder then, was deported from singapore 3 yrs ago with adjudication of prostituting.

She claims the accusation was absurd because she was with her boyfriend(an SG citizen) at a hotel when caught by police(Why they raided that particular hotel I didn't ask). After the tragedy, her boyfriend has been visiting her regularly in China and now they plan to get married, hoping for getting her to singapore again.

And this is my question: is this even remotely probable? If not, what are other options for the poor loving birds to live happily in singapore?
No!
None to my knowledge unfortunately!
That's exactly why you don't wanna do it in a cheap crummy geylang hotel!
Anyway, thanks for your prompt reply.

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Post by ksl » Thu, 19 Nov 2009 2:05 am

bondgee wrote:
ksl wrote:
bondgee wrote:I was presented a tricky case today by a friend. A remote cousin(female) of him, a student visa holder then, was deported from singapore 3 yrs ago with adjudication of prostituting.

She claims the accusation was absurd because she was with her boyfriend(an SG citizen) at a hotel when caught by police(Why they raided that particular hotel I didn't ask). After the tragedy, her boyfriend has been visiting her regularly in China and now they plan to get married, hoping for getting her to singapore again.

And this is my question: is this even remotely probable? If not, what are other options for the poor loving birds to live happily in singapore?
No!
None to my knowledge unfortunately!
That's exactly why you don't wanna do it in a cheap crummy geylang hotel!
Anyway, thanks for your prompt reply.
It may well be worth an appeal to indicate the reasons why you was in the hotel at the time, obviously many genuine couples may get caught up in a raid. The authorities are not at liberty to give any reasons, you can bet your life, the hotel was being monitored before the raid took place.

Lets face it, who is going to own up to the offence anyway if they are actually tricking, maybe the boyfriend doesn't know she was doing it?.

But the police do! In these kind of cases, I would believe the police also have a reputation to protect themselves, especially in Singapore which is the centre of the world in business terms. Not just another Asian country, Singapore is highly trained and advised by outside experts. Though i would say the worlds best experts that fit the problems of the Country! Though the end result lies in the hands of the leader and the party

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