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  1. #41

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    Hi All:

    I am "Back" from Malaysia liao.

    What an exprience!!!

  2. #42

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    Thank you to those kind souls who advised me get a letter from the Malaysia High Com on the matter.
    It is a very sound advice, but too bad the Malaysia High Com does not provide letter on such mattter.

    Spoke to three of the officers in the high com on three seperate day and get the same answer.
    "Go over to the same custom and tell them the case and get your passport chop."

    I ask: "It is possible to settle the matter in Singapore?".
    Ans: "No Way."

    I ask: "What's the procedure they will take in Malaysia?"
    Ans: "Don't know, they will advise you when you are there."


    I am very concern and ask my Malaysia friends to accompany me to Malaysia.
    When I told them the case, they laugh it off and say "You typical SingaPo Kia".
    "Be a Man, Just follow us, do what we do and you will be just fine."

    I did it and the passport matter is settled.

  3. #43

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    After the Passport matter is settled, on the way back I was help up by the Singapore customer officer for more than an hour.

    Damn it.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silence Sky View Post
    Thank you to those kind souls who advised me get a letter from the Malaysia High Com on the matter.
    It is a very sound advice, but too bad the Malaysia High Com does not provide letter on such mattter.

    Spoke to three of the officers in the high com on three seperate day and get the same answer.
    "Go over to the same custom and tell them the case and get your passport chop."

    I ask: "It is possible to settle the matter in Singapore?".
    Ans: "No Way."

    I ask: "What's the procedure they will take in Malaysia?"
    Ans: "Don't know, they will advise you when you are there."


    I am very concern and ask my Malaysia friends to accompany me to Malaysia.
    When I told them the case, they laugh it off and say "You typical SingaPo Kia".
    "Be a Man, Just follow us, do what we do and you will be just fine."

    I did it and the passport matter is settled.

    err... so what happened exactly?

  5. #45

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyxx88 View Post
    err... so what happened exactly?
    I am not sure if I can say it here.
    But it is very easy....way too easy than I have thought.

    You will notice it too if you pay attention to how the Malaysian get across at the Johore sde.
    When in Rome, do what the Roman does.

    "Malaysia Boleh"
    Last edited by Silence Sky; 13th May 2008 at 11:18 PM.

  6. #46

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    To put a chop on your passport, the brain cells have to send a signal to the hands to open the passport and to lift up the right arm to stamp it.

    Such demanding precision mental and physical co-ordination may be beyond the ability of some immigration officers in our neighbour.

    Please try to be understandable.
    I told my friends about your comments,
    They said: must learn how to walk before you learn how to fly. First of all, people must learn how to count.

  7. #47

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silence Sky View Post
    I am not sure if I can say it here.
    But it is very easy....way too easy than I have tought.

    You will notice it too if you pay attention to how the Malaysian get across at the Johore sde.
    Of course you can't tell here , you naughty boy
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  8. #48

    Default Re: Passport was not chop when leaving Malaysia.

    Quote Originally Posted by Silence Sky View Post
    I am not sure if I can say it here.
    But it is very easy....way too easy than I have thought.

    You will notice it too if you pay attention to how the Malaysian get across at the Johore sde.
    When in Rome, do what the Roman does.

    "Malaysia Boleh"
    so.. you just followed your frens across la

  9. #49

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    Quote Originally Posted by airfins View Post
    Of course you can't tell here , you naughty boy
    Do you know what makes me to be naughty? It an ICA officer who tips me over my logical behavior.

    Before I left the Singapore custom, I spoke to an ICA officer, I told him about my situation.
    He looked at me sternly and said: Wish you good luck and God Bless.....

  10. #50

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyxx88 View Post
    so.. you just followed your frens across la

    The real story is when I get back to singapore. Was help up by the ICA.

    During the ordeal, I met this cute ICA officier with a pair of lovely eyes and she has a very captivating smile.
    Wonder how can I meet up with her again without going through the same ordeal.
    Last edited by Silence Sky; 13th May 2008 at 11:40 PM.

  11. #51

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silence Sky View Post

    ......Was help up by the ICA.
    i think you meant ..... "holdup"
    always the Light, .... always.

  12. #52

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canonised View Post
    i think you meant ..... "holdup"
    Yes.. Yes.. Pardon my language standard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silence Sky View Post
    Yes.. Yes.. Pardon my language standard.
    Hi, you have gone to the custom to get a return chop, how have you done it, My old parents also encounter this problem, they returned from malaysia without a exit chop two weeks ago, ICA and high Com Malaysia also couldn't do anything. I have to settle this problem for them, help help!

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