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Good move getting out of Singapore in time, since simple possession of a controlled substance in Singapore (including cannabis metabolites in your system) is punishable by up to 10 years in jail. First time offenders usually get away with "only" 6 months in the Drug Rehabilitation Centre, which is located within Changi Prison and by most accounts ...


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In addition to staying away from Singapore, the one topic that hasn't been touched is extradition. Most countries with extradition agreements with Singapore only cover things seen as major crimes, and a marijuana offence would not fall under that category, but Malaysia is an example where they will extradite for anything carrying more than a 6-month sentence,...


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Hire a Singaporean lawyer experienced in drug offences and ideally migration, and ask them what their advice is. I don't think this website is a good place to seek legal advice over something so serious! Edit: I suggest you contact a lawyer from outside Singapore, and recommend that you do not enter Singapore unless you are advised that you will be able to ...


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No, according to the official website you mentioned: Travellers must: Take a COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction Test (“PCR test”) within 48 hours before departure for Singapore at an internationally accredited or recognised laboratory, clinic, or medical facility, and test negative for COVID-19; According to their websites, all the rapid tests you linked ...


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As a rule of thumb observed by virtually all embassies, if you are legally resident in a country, you can apply for visas in that country. For what it's worth, the Visas page of the Embassy of Poland to Singapore states no restrictions regarding who can apply for visas there.


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The Man in Seat 61 (whose website is pretty exhaustive for overland travel) says that there are no direct ferries from Singapore or mainland Malaysia to Borneo. One must instead take a ferry to Java and then to Borneo. From his page on Malaysia: Since 1988 there have been no ferries between Singapore or mainland Malaysia and the Malaysian states of Sarawak ...


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Check in for your flight to Australia with your Australian passport. When you get to the passport control before you board your flight, show your US passport, because that's where your entry stamp is for Singapore, and that's where you need to get an exit stamp. If, when you check in, the airline asks about your immigration status on Singapore, show them ...


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