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US passport holder to enter into Singapore

Postby inusa » Mon, 22 Aug 2011 9:35 am

Hi,
I have a question about US passport holder to enter into Singapore.
I am a US citizen holding a US passport and also have a valid EP with multientry visa on the back of it.
My son is also a US citizen holding a US passport, but in his DP pass card, there is no visa on the back.
When we travel back to USA and come back, there will be no problem for me, how about my son? If I understand correctly, there is no problem for my son to enter, but how about stay with me for 2 more years? What kind of stamp will be on my son's passport? Is that stamp for 90 days stay?
Because I'll be working with my valid EP for another 2 more years, my son is still valid with his DP card for the next 2 years?
Thank you very much.

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 22 Aug 2011 9:42 am

His DP is directly tied to your EP so if traveling with you, should be no problem. A quick call/email to ICA could confirm that though.

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Postby inusa » Mon, 22 Aug 2011 10:57 am

Called ICA and confirmed it is OK.
Thank you very much.

sundaymorningstaple wrote:His DP is directly tied to your EP so if traveling with you, should be no problem. A quick call/email to ICA could confirm that though.


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