This thread will stay where it is. The CENOMAR is purely a Philippines matter. A cross-posted request has been put into the Asia: East & Pacific forum:
Anyone who disagrees with the placement of the current thread could have done the same as the above and been proactive, without complaining.
Note: There has been no posting activity in the Asia E&P forum for 4 days, so receiving any insights from there will be pure serendipity.
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So by that virtue it's believed by the moderators that a person in the Philippines has experience with acquiring a CENOMAR from Singapore or can assist this person? In fact the only close to helpful advice came from another in.... Singapore. That link leads back to another that was move away from the Singapore group, and within that topic was only a reference back to the embassy instructions letter for - SINGAPORE.
The CENOMAR is a Philippine document, that is a FACT, but how to acquire it from Singapore is in no way related to how it is acquired by those actually in the Philippines.
At least you double posted it this, as I have yet to see anyone in the Philippines forum knowledgeable in the visa process for Singapore and their requirements for obtaining the CENOMAR.
Only helpful info from another processing through Singapore, and it's just a reference to the embassy instructions in Singapore, so not too exciting:
The instruction from the US Embassy says, "For Filipino applicants, who claim no prior marriage(s), please obtain a 'Certificate of No Marriage' from the National Statistics Office and this must be sent directly from NSO to the Immigrant Visa Unit, Consular Section, American Embassy Singapore, 27 Napier Road, Singapore 258508. This office will not accept the certificate submitted by individual applicant"
- it would actually be helpful if the above information were in a location where those processing through Singapore could find it.
"Where there is no solution, there is no problem"
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