of any wrong doings in Singapore?
Who Can help?
Our speaker for this event Hanne-Rie Madsen, Royal Danish Embassy,
knows that serious cases with Danes involved do in fact occur in Singapore
When taking up residency in another country, it is always wise to make yourself and your family familiar with local laws and customs. Not only can it be helpful when dealing with local colleagues and neighbours, but even more importantly, it may help you stay out of trouble.
Singapore is no exception. There are some important regulations you should be aware of when moving here, single or as a family. Laws that may appear harsh are very different compared to you home country.
This event will cover the basics of criminal and civil laws in Singapore, including popular topics such as unruly teenagers, drugs and alcohol, and divorce, as well as information on how the Embassy can assist Danes in conflict with the Singaporean law.
Based in Singapore for the last four years, with previous consular experience from the Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Copenhagen and from previous posting to Ghana and Kenya, Rie brings a solid practical experience on the issues relevant for Danes living abroad.
In addition, Rie will brief us on current consular affairs in Singapore, the latest issues on Danish nationality, and she will be available for Q and A as well.
Time: 7pm - 9pm
Venue: Duba-B8, 45B Cantonment Road, Level 2, Singapore 089748
Fee: S$25 for members, S$35 for guests.
Seats are limited and will sold on a first come, first served basis
Sandwiches and drinks will be served.
Register at firstname.lastname@example.org by 12 May.
Kindly note that cancellation is only possible until closing date and no-shows will be billed.
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