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ICA WARNS OF FAKE WEBSITE THAT PHISH INFORMATION

The ICA has warned the public that there is a fake website that disguises itself as ICA official page, but is actually a website phishing for visitors' visa reference numbers and passport numbers. The website has been named as singaporeonline-epass.com.

Members of the public have been advised that they should exercise caution by checking on the URL and Web address, so as not to become a victim.

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M'SIA CUSTOMS CHOP WRONG DATE ON MY PASSPORT, ALWAYS CHECK WHEN U ENTER JB!

When you cross into JB, Malaysia for you shopping trips, always check your passport when the customs return to you. See this passport stamp, malaysia customs chop the passport but put the date as 32 April? Where in the world have date 32 April? Malaysia is really boleh. You need to be vigilant and check your passports or you will have problem exiting Malaysia later and they will detain you for this error!

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SINGAPORE PASSPORT IS MOST POWERFUL IN THE WORLD, TIED WITH GERMANY IN 1ST PLACE

According to the Global Passport Power Rank 2017 published by Arton Capital's Passport Index, Singapore is the country with the most powerful passport in the world, and is tied with Germany in first place. Singaporeans are able to travel to 122 countries without a visa and able to get visa-on-arrival to 37 countries.

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RIDICULOUS COURT DECISION TO ALLOW KONG HEE TO TRAVEL FOR $1.5 MILLION BAIL

After reading that Kong Hee is allowed to travel overseas on condition of a $1.5 million bail, I couldn't believe my eyes. Who in the right mind will allow Kong Hee, the main culprit in the CHC scandal to travel out of Singapore? This is ridiculous. None of these convicts should be allowed to travel at all with all their passports surrendered. I do not know what is the basis that the judge is allowing KH to travel at all. Isn't this giving him an opportunity to jump bail?

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Five things you need to know if you lose your passport

Under the Passports Act (Cap 220), the loss of a Singapore passport has to be reported at the ICA's Passports Unit within 14 days of the loss. You will need to bring application forms for the loss of your Singapore Passport, a supplementary form depending on how many times you've lost your passport, as well as a police report if you were a victim of a crime.

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