How to get a visa to visit Singapore after being denied entry
A man in his 20s has been denied entry to Singapore on technical grounds after claiming he was banned from entering due to his nationality, Singapore’s immigration agency has confirmed.
The man was denied entry at the airport because he had not been given an official entry document, Immigration Minister Lim Chee Hock told reporters at a news conference on Tuesday.
He said he had requested a document showing his nationality.
“We will consider the case on the basis of our information,” he said.
The immigration ministry has not responded to questions about the man’s case, nor has it released the official reasons for his rejection.
Earlier this month, the country’s chief immigration official said the country was taking a “hard look” at the issue of visa refusal.
It is also investigating whether a case of visa denial can be brought under the Immigration Act.
The issue of people who are denied entry because they are not citizens has been a concern for Singapore since 2014.
A recent surge in the number of people denied entry has triggered an outcry from rights groups.
Singapore is one of the world’s most open-door societies.
The country’s economy, tourism industry and government are all booming.
Singulands immigration policy is aimed at attracting foreign workers.
It allows people to stay for up to four years in the country without having to go through a visa application process.
In 2015, it was reported that Singapore was one of only three countries in the world to require foreign nationals to pay a fee to enter.
The country has strict controls on immigration to and from the country, including a mandatory immigration card.
Singans visa policy allows for those who do not have a valid passport to apply for a tourist visa and to work in Singapore for a limited period.
The foreign workers who apply for the visa are usually able to work up to six months, after which they have to apply again for a second one.
In recent years, immigration officials have been tightening the rules.
In March last year, Singapore banned foreigners from travelling to Hong Kong, with a six-month ban lasting until January 1, 2020.
The government has since tightened its immigration rules to ensure that there are sufficient workers in the territory for jobs.