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Discussion in 'Hong Kong Open 2007' started by K Genetics, Nov 30, 2007.
Well, do I?
Well..good then..,then u knew that he was an indonesian as well.Not a singaporean.
To me, it matters not at all what nationality someone is.
What's important is that he or she play badminton... and play it fairly.
Asep is Singapore's head coach and Eng Hian is one of Singapore double coach....
..i would tend to concur with taufik-ist and Hau-ge..
..actually here's a bit of the explanation:
U.S. allows for dual citizenships. HOWEVER, Indonesia (amongst a few other countries, incl. i believe China) does not allow dual citizenships (of any nationalities). Thus if a person already has a U.S. Citizenship/Passport, and wants to keep his/her INA passport/citizenship, the Indonesian govt. WILL NOT allow that person to extend his/her Indonesian passport, when he/she wants to extend her INA passport/citizenship. So, one has to choose to either drop one citizenship or not. Of course, that person can alway lie (not tell the truth on the extension application form)..
*You can read a bit more here (post #34):
He should drop Indonesian passport. It doesnt worth anything.
Then it would be problem if he wanna visit INA for a longer period!
it worths something.. tony will get back to indonesia for running his family bussiness
How much does an indonesian passport get in the black market? Msia one is about RM10k I heard ?
He can get visitor visa on landing and extend it every 30 days.
He would have stayed and run his family business, but he didnt.
He want a bite of the big apple! Running his family business is so boring