Tag Archives: deportation

FOREIGN TALENT WANTS ICA OFFICERS TO USE THEIR BRAINS AFTER THEY DEPORTED HIS RELATIVE FOR CONFIDENTIAL REASONS

Dear ICA Officers in Changi, Please do your assessment properly on the people you want to deport. Know what really is their purpose in coming to your country and do not discriminate, nor act rudely. Please be fair-minded and use your brains logically in your decisions. The officer said we need not wait for her and ask politely if we could talk to the deciding officer or talk to my cousin since she doesn’t talk english well and doesn’t have the proper budget of going back alone. The officers are heartless and said that it is confidential. I want to yell, scream and tell the officer what if he is on my shoes.

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HAN HUI HUI DEMANDS ANSWERS: WAS S’PORE GOVT INVOLVED IN HER DEPORTATION

Last week, I was invited overseas again and my flight was on 18 June 2017. However, I was detained at the airport for more than 4 hours and the police refused to say why I was detained or why am I being blacklisted. The police revealed to overseas lawyers that I was detained under Section 8(3)(k) of the Immigration Act and told me that I am a “national threat” that will affect “bilateral relationship”. May I know if the foreign police are right that the Singapore government has contacted the overseas immigration to deport me back to Singapore?

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S’POREAN FT IN UK LIVED WITH HUSBAND FOR 27 YEARS DEPORTED BACK TO SG

A Singaporean woman, Irene Clennel, who lived without valid immigration papers with her Scottish husband for 27 years in the UK, has been deported back to Singapore by the UK authorities. Irene had been held in a Scottish detention center since the start of February before being sent back to Singapore on Saturday. She was put into a van and forced into a plane bound for her home country. She did not have access to her lawyers or have the chance to pack any clothes.

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Britain seeks to allow ministers rather than judges to have the final say on deportation

UK Home Secretary Theresa May wants to strip naturalised terror suspects of their British citizenship in a last minute amendment to an immigration bill expected to face strong opposition in parliamentary debates on Thursday. The interior minister has introduced an amendment which would allow the removal of a British passport from any naturalised person whose conduct is deemed "seriously prejudicial to the vital interests of the UK".

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