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Post by ecureilx » Thu, 30 Jun 2011 3:12 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:Wouldn't surprise me if Brunei did. Haven't checked but seeing they shared the currency for many years it could be a possibility. I reckon it's been close to 20 years since Singapore stopped using two different passports.
20 years ?? Don't think so

I been here for just 10 plus years, and when I was here, the announcement for the discontinuation was made ..

Should be 10 years or so .. ;)

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Post by Asdracles » Thu, 30 Jun 2011 3:53 pm

International Passport is just the common passport, different from Diplomatic Passport.

Everytime I fill an online application (EP,Visa, ...) this is the one to select for normal passport holders.

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Post by ecureilx » Thu, 30 Jun 2011 4:20 pm

Asdracles wrote:International Passport is just the common passport, different from Diplomatic Passport.

Everytime I fill an online application (EP,Visa, ...) this is the one to select for normal passport holders.
Gee .. Diplomatic passports ?? :???: :???:

Man, if you are on diplomatic passport, then you don't need EP .. you only notify the reciprocal country for your assumption of diplomatic duties ..

I am confused now .. :? :? :?

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Post by Asdracles » Thu, 30 Jun 2011 10:41 pm

What I meant is that International Passport = Passport

His International Passport expired means that his Passport expired just that, and that he's holding an ordinary passport, not any special one.

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 30 Jun 2011 10:54 pm

ecureilx wrote:
sundaymorningstaple wrote:Wouldn't surprise me if Brunei did. Haven't checked but seeing they shared the currency for many years it could be a possibility. I reckon it's been close to 20 years since Singapore stopped using two different passports.
20 years ?? Don't think so

I been here for just 10 plus years, and when I was here, the announcement for the discontinuation was made ..

Should be 10 years or so .. ;)
If you say so.
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Post by Gammaa » Fri, 01 Jul 2011 1:06 am

Rebate for Singapore Restricted Passport (SRP)
On 2 Dec 1998, Singapore Immigration & Registration announced that restricted passports would no longer be issued from 1 Jan 1999, while valid SRPs can continue to be used till 31 Dec 1999.
2 From 1 Jul 1999, SIR will compensate holders of Singapore Restricted Passports (SRPs) issued from 2 Jan 1990 up to 2 Dec 1998 with validity beyond 31 Dec 1999 for the remaining period of validity. The rebates will be offset against the Singapore International Passport (SIP) fee when holders apply for SIP.
http://www.ica.gov.sg/news_details.aspx?nid=8704

Picture of “Singapore Restricted Passport”

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Post by ecureilx » Fri, 01 Jul 2011 10:14 am

There you go SMS :D :D
Gammaa wrote:Rebate for Singapore Restricted Passport (SRP)
On 2 Dec 1998, Singapore Immigration & Registration announced that restricted passports would no longer be issued from 1 Jan 1999, while valid SRPs can continue to be used till 31 Dec 1999.
2 From 1 Jul 1999, SIR will compensate holders of Singapore Restricted Passports (SRPs) issued from 2 Jan 1990 up to 2 Dec 1998 with validity beyond 31 Dec 1999 for the remaining period of validity. The rebates will be offset against the Singapore International Passport (SIP) fee when holders apply for SIP.

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Fri, 01 Jul 2011 2:08 pm

Looks like you've been here longer than you think you have! :lol: Jan 1999? That's over a dozen years already! That or you hear the announcement on the discontinuation of the Malaysian ones which were later.

As for me? After the first couple of decades, things tend to get a little hazy. What's a decade or so when you been around over half a dozen already! :lol:
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Post by ecureilx » Fri, 01 Jul 2011 3:11 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:Looks like you've been here longer than you think you have! :lol: Jan 1999? That's over a dozen years already! That or you hear the announcement on the discontinuation of the Malaysian ones which were later.
Well, don't tell anybody .. actually I landed here in 1998, though I tend to round it to about ten years or so :D :D

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