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Cork Fashion Products!

Posted By: andya

Date: Tue, 14 Dec 2021

Price: Best Offer

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Welcome to the StarBear Shop!



We offer a wide range of uniquely beautiful cork fashion products, including purses, wallets, pouches, sling bags and tote bags!



All imported from Portugal!



Please visit us at https://shopee.sg/starbear.sg



About StarBear Shop:
StarBear Shop aims to provide a one-stop shopping experience through offering a wide variety of unique and beautiful products including fashionable goods, home living products, toys and many more!




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Re: Ex-SG PR (male), will I be allowed to visit?

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While it might be possibly, I don't think it's probable. Especially coming in on a tourist visa.
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Alright, I appreciate the response mate. Thanks a lot!

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national immunisation registry for ltvp formalities.

Before you make an appointment to complete LTVP formalities for issuance of LTVP, you will need to be vaccinated* if you are aged 13 and above. you will not be allowed to complete formalities for issuance of ltvp if you are not vaccinated, i.e, your vaccination records are not found in the ministry of health's national immunisation registry.

Guys!! help on this. My spouse who is vietnamese on STVP. Does she needs to get her vaccination record registered in NIR? or since her entry into sg, she show ICA her vietnam vaccinated cert already and ica update her record in trace together apps. Since trace together apps got her vaccination record does that means she is already auto registered in national immunisation registry?

to add on, the other day I went to SATA clinic for the ltvp medical check up and NIR, the admin told us if my spouse doesn't has ic or ltvp will be kind of troublesome to registry her record in NIR by using her passport. Suggest that she take her ltvp card first then .....

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Re: Ex-SG PR (male), will I be allowed to visit?

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Yes you would be allowed to enter the country, however, there is a VERY GOOD possibility there will be an ICA officer waiting for you after you pass through the immigration counter as you will be considered at defaulter. The fact that you renounced at an Sg consulate office in the 'peens doesn't mean you are off the hook. Now all the major government databases are linked on a supercomputer along with facial recognition and AI, (e.g. ICA, MOM, MINDEF, MHA, Birth and Deaths, etc.) unless you have an actual letter from MINDEF/CMPB acknowledging you NS duties no longer exist or are waived. You are more than likely going to get picked up. As you are only 21 you have sufficient time to do your NS as you are not that old yet, so you will probably get 2 or 3 years behind bars, a fine possibily up to around 10K .....

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Re: Ex-SG PR (male), will I be allowed to visit?

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Hello, I am a former PR, and been residing in the Philippines my whole life, now 21 yrs old. I only visited SG about just 5 times at 1 month max periods. I was able to renounce my PR status since I was 16 years old (16 years and 10 months) through the SG Embassy in Manila. Just for the record, I was able to get PR status in the first place due to my father. As of the moment, he's the only one left in the family with the PR status.

Since then, I haven't been to SG since 2016 (and my PR renouncement) due to my life and studies in the PH, and now I'm planning to visit SG for a 10-day vacation, would I still be able to enter the country and not get charged or smth? As my concern is I did not take NS, tho again I was able to renounce my PR.

Hopefully someone could help.

Thanks in .....

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Re: Ex-SG PR (male), will I be allowed to visit?

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Hello, I am a former PR, and been residing in the Philippines my whole life, now 21 yrs old. I only visited SG about just 5 times at 1 month max periods. I was able to renounce my PR status since I was 16 years old (16 years and 10 months) through the SG Embassy in Manila. Just for the record, I was able to get PR status in the first place due to my father. As of the moment, he's the only one left in the family with the PR status.

Since then, I haven't been to SG since 2016 (and my PR renouncement) due to my life and studies in the PH, and now I'm planning to visit SG for a 10-day vacation, would I still be able to enter the country and not get charged or smth? As my concern is I did not take NS, tho again I was able to renounce my PR.

Hopefully someone could help.

Thanks in advance!
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Yes you would be allowed to enter the .....

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