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Renounce 2nd Generation PR and the impact of it

Postby fishgoh » Sat, 19 Feb 2011 1:30 pm

I am Singapore PR and also the sponsor for the PR-Ship for my wife and my son. my son is 14 years old. (My boy is 2nd generation PR).

At this moment, what will be the impact if I renounce the my son's PR-ship?

We will leave Singapore to work in another country after we renounce the PR. Will he be treated as deserter and arrested in the furture after 16.5 years old if he visit or transit in Singapore?

I understand that it will be diffcult for my boy to apply the EP or PR again in the furture.

Need your advice.

Thanks.

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Postby Mad Scientist » Sat, 19 Feb 2011 1:57 pm

YOU have already known the answer to many of the questions.

If he renounce now, NO, he is NOT considered a deserter as long as it is before 16.5 before the NS pre medical check up

Yes he can travel as a social visitor like anybody else.

If you intend to leave without renouncing make sure your son apply for EP when he turns 13.

EP impossible and PR is like asking the moon after the renounciation
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Postby fishgoh » Sat, 19 Feb 2011 3:47 pm

Thanks for the advice. clear.

One more question: is it possible that Parent keep the PR and renounce only the boy's? Did we see the sucecessful case to apply like this in ICA.

Thanks again for advice.

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Postby Mad Scientist » Sat, 19 Feb 2011 3:57 pm

fishgoh wrote:Thanks for the advice. clear.

One more question: is it possible that Parent keep the PR and renounce only the boy's? Did we see the sucecessful case to apply like this in ICA.

Thanks again for advice.


Yes you can renounce your child PR if he is before the pre enlistment age.

There are cases where SPR child renounce after pre enlistment age. I cannot account for that hence I am not able to ascertain the success or its implication.

One thing I do know that if he renounce after pre enlistment age, your REP maybe affected although ICA website does not state this but I am guessing this is the reason as I came across a few cases like this.

If you do it for him now, less implications and complication on you. Remember you are only SPR. It means ICA can remove you for being undesirable person or ????. Strange things has happened.

I would be incline to do it cleanly. Make sure ICA has no ground not to renew your REP/PR. Cover all your bases. Read www.ns.sg and www.ica.gov.sg website
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