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Post by Mad Scientist » Wed, 06 Jul 2011 4:29 am

homelygal wrote:i got the approval from mom
for marriage ....can anyone tell me how to apply for long term pass for my hubby ....will it be approve
Have you tied the knot or not ?

Homygal
Once you tied the knot, apply for LTSVP

Here is the link.
You need to have min. income of $2.5K in order for you to support your spouse

BTW next time please explain in detail even in PM. I am getting older by the minute trying to figure out what the hell you are trying to convey
No wonder, SMS always get jumpy

http://ltpass.ica.gov.sg/eltsvp/FAQ.html
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Post by reay » Thu, 21 Jul 2011 10:30 pm

Sigh...my PRC wife went back China and was detained at China Custom. She was brought to the office and informed that she is suspected of using a fake identity and passport and will be referred to her Province Gong An Department (Police) for follow up actions and she will never be able to return to Singapore again. She explained to the officer that she did not and mentioned that she got married in Singapore and even worked there for a few months. However, the Custom officer told her that the marriage is not reflected in their system and thus not recognised. In addition, she is also suspected of using a fake identity to gain employment in Singapore. OMG....

She then recalled that when she was clearing the Singapore Custom at Changi Airport, she was referred to the ICA counter as usual as she has to surrender the white slip (Special Pass) upon the termination of her work permit. However, the custom officers told her something in English which she couldn't understand a single word and was later informed by another Chinese Officer that she will know it when she reached China Custom.

Is there any way to check with ICA on what exactly had happened and is she banned from returning to Singapore forever?

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Post by Mad Scientist » Fri, 22 Jul 2011 4:44 am

reay wrote:Sigh...my PRC wife went back China and was detained at China Custom. She was brought to the office and informed that she is suspected of using a fake identity and passport and will be referred to her Province Gong An Department (Police) for follow up actions and she will never be able to return to Singapore again. She explained to the officer that she did not and mentioned that she got married in Singapore and even worked there for a few months. However, the Custom officer told her that the marriage is not reflected in their system and thus not recognised. In addition, she is also suspected of using a fake identity to gain employment in Singapore. OMG....

She then recalled that when she was clearing the Singapore Custom at Changi Airport, she was referred to the ICA counter as usual as she has to surrender the white slip (Special Pass) upon the termination of her work permit. However, the custom officers told her something in English which she couldn't understand a single word and was later informed by another Chinese Officer that she will know it when she reached China Custom.

Is there any way to check with ICA on what exactly had happened and is she banned from returning to Singapore forever?
It has nothing to do with ICA. ICA already washed their hand , the minute she board the plane. You have to go to Immigration Ministry to check. Sorry I do not know and cannot help you . Just want to clear your assumption about ICA
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