i'm not sure if it will apply to you, but other more experienced members have noted that using lawyers with ICA is a big no-no and generally a waste of money.believeinmiracle wrote:...I am thinking to probably find an attorney, to consult my matter, to find out where I stand in Singapore's(MOM/ICA) eyes.
...Probably, I will come back to this forum after settling this matter. (hopefully with good news)
And if anyone of you could recommend me a good attorney who is expert in this matter, it would be highly appreciated...
You're properly f-cked, fairly or not. Singapore gets a lot of heat for human trafficking from various holier than thou western organizations. Whether Singapore's bad reputation is for ignorance, indifference, or actual facilitation, the gahmen doesn't want that reputation to stick. The last thing they're going to do is let you in, when a few years from now your family name pops up in some appendix of an Amnesty International report as an example of Singapore's continued ignorance/indifference/facilitation by giving a visa to an associate of a known trafficker.believeinmiracle wrote:@lynx
any idea how serious does it hold against me?
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