As reported in Singapore Law Watch, in the case of Lin Lifen v Public Prosecutor  SGHC 273, the accused was charged for Immigration offence. According to the report, she gave a false statement supported by the use of forged documents in the application in her application for Singapore Permanent Residence. This also includes giving a false statement on a disembarkation form. At the lower court, she was sentenced to a total of 16 weeks imprisonment. Upon appeal, it was reduced to 10 weeks.
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