Man loses PR status, barred from re-entering Singapore after breaching Stay-Home Notice

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#COVID19: Man loses permanent residency status, banned from re-entering Singapore for breaching Stay-Home Notice

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2/26/2020

COVID19: Man loses permanent residency status, banned from re-entering Singapore for breaching Stay-Home Notice

SINGAPORE: A 45-year-old man has lost his permanent residency status in Singapore after breaching a Stay-Home Notice while the country battles the ...

close breaking news Singapore A man looks at a health advisory at Changi Airport Terminal 3's arrivals hall. (Photo: Jeremy Long) 26 Feb 2020 03:57PM Share this content Bookmark SINGAPORE: A 45-year-old man has lost his permanent residency status in Singapore after breaching a Stay-Home Notice while the country battles the novel coronavirus outbreak. He will also be barred from re-entering Singapore, the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) said on Wednesday (Feb 26). Advertisement Advertisement Singapore implemented the Stay-Home Notice on Feb 18 in a bid to reduce the number of imported cases of COVID-19. The notice is served to Singapore residents as well as long-term and work pass holders who have travelled to mainland China in the last 14 days. The man, who had travelled to China recently, was served with the notice when he arrived at Changi Airport on Feb 20 and told about its requirements. However, he failed to respond to phone calls and was not at home when ICA officers conducted enforcement checks in the days after his return to Singapore. Advertisement Advertisement On Feb 23, the man attempted to leave the country at Changi Airport and was warned by ICA officers that he had breached the requirements of the Stay-Home Notice. He insisted on leaving Singapore, ICA said. ICA said it has rejected his application for the renewal of his re-entry permit, which allows a person to retain his or her PR status while outside of Singapore,"in view of the wilful breach" of the Stay-Home Notice. "The Government will continue to conduct regular random checks through house visits and phone calls to ensure compliance with the Stay-Home Notice, so that the well-being of the community is not put at risk," ICA said. Source: CNA/nh(cy) Read more: CNA

The recent case of the Malaysian PR who tricked a few underage girls into sex with him is a 2nd time serious offender, having serve a few years for his first crime yet still keeps his PR to torment girls again. Why? CPF money got back already is enough. 👍🏼 dont play play!

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