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Contents

Long Title

Part I PRELIMINARY

Part II ENTRY INTO AND DEPARTURE FROM SINGAPORE

Part IIA SINGAPORE VISAS FOR NON-CITIZENS

Part III ENTRY AND RE-ENTRY PERMITS

Part IV PROCEDURE ON ARRIVAL IN AND DEPARTURE FROM SINGAPORE

Part V REMOVAL FROM SINGAPORE

Part VA OBLIGATIONS RELATING TO IDENTIFYING INFORMATION OR PASSENGER INFORMATION

Part VI MISCELLANEOUS

THE SCHEDULE Personal Identifiers

Legislative History

 
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On 01/09/2014, you requested the version in force on 01/09/2014 incorporating all amendments published on or before 01/09/2014. The closest version currently available is that of 19/12/2012.
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Non-citizens born in Singapore
6A.
—(1)  A child who —
(a)
is born in Singapore on or after 15th January 2005; and
(b)
is not a citizen of Singapore at the time of his birth,
shall be deemed to be issued with a special pass authorising him to remain in Singapore.
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(2)  A special pass referred to in subsection (1) shall be valid for 42 days from the date of the birth of the child and may be extended for such period as the Controller thinks fit.
[53/2004]
(3)  An application to renew a special pass referred to in subsection (1) —
(a)
shall be made —
(i)
in the case of a legitimate child, by the father or mother; or
(ii)
in the case of an illegitimate child, by the mother; and
(b)
shall be in such form as the Controller may determine.
[53/2004]
(4)  Upon an application made under subsection (3), the Controller may extend the special pass or issue the child with such permit or other pass as the Controller thinks fit.
[53/2004]
(5)  The father or mother in the case of a legitimate child, or the mother in the case of an illegitimate child, shall ensure that the child referred to in subsection (1) does not remain in Singapore after the expiry of the special pass or, where a permit or pass has been issued to the child under subsection (4), the expiry of the permit or pass, as the case may be.
[53/2004]
(6)  Any person who contravenes subsection (5) shall be guilty of an offence.
[53/2004]