Thailand-born man gets chance to reapply for Singapore citizenship

Mr Koh Huan Yin, who was born in Thailand to a Thai mother and Singaporean father, had failed to take his Oath of Renunciation, Allegiance and Loyalty (Oral) within a one-year period from his 21st birthday in 2016.
Mr Koh Huan Yin, who was born in Thailand to a Thai mother and Singaporean father, had failed to take his Oath of Renunciation, Allegiance and Loyalty (Oral) within a one-year period from his 21st birthday in 2016.PHOTO: LIANHE WANBAO

His citizenship had been revoked as he failed to take required oath within stipulated period

A Thailand-born man, who was serving his national service (NS) when he got his Singapore citizenship revoked, has been given a second chance to apply to become a Singaporean again.

Mr Koh Huan Yin, 22, was born in Thailand to a Thai mother and Singaporean father, and was a Singaporean.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on August 05, 2018, with the headline 'Thailand-born man gets chance to reapply for S'pore citizenship'. Print Edition | Subscribe