You should bring the following for your court mention:
If you have lost your NRIC, work permit or passport and do not have any other photo ID, you can bring documents which support your reasons for not having a photo ID.
For example, you should bring along a police report as evidence of the loss of your NRIC. Alternatively, you can also show correspondence with the relevant agencies such as the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) as evidence of your attempts at obtaining a replacement NRIC or passport.
On the day of your court mention you should:
At the Mentions Court, you will see many other cases being heard. Listen for your name, stand up when you are called and show the court officer your identification document. You may then be directed to stand in the dock, and be asked for the language of your choice.
If you have limited knowledge of English, you may request for a court interpreter who speaks the language or dialect you are comfortable with to be assigned to you.
You are also expected to observe court etiquette during your court mention.
The information here is for general guidance as the courts do not provide legal advice. If you need further help, you may want to get independent legal advice.Find out more