Short-term Visit Pass for Singapore

Singapore

Most people do not require a visa to visit Singapore. The nations which are subject to Singapore visas are separated into Assessment Level I and Assessment Level II Nations, and they can appeal over Singapore’s online e-Service.

Singapore receives a large amount of tourism regardless of its small size every year. In assessment, Singapore has a population of 5 million, out of which, only about 60% are Singaporean nationals. Singapore delivers uncountable attractions for visitors, whether you wish to enjoy its exhibition hall, modern construction, the tasty food, or the greenery that is on each street. Most people do not require a visa to visit Singapore. The nations which are subject to Singapore visas are separated into Assessment Level I and Assessment Level II Nations, and they can appeal over Singapore’s online e-Service.

Assessment Level I Nations

Armenia

Azerbaijan

Belarus

Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

Georgia

India

Kazakhstan

Kyrgyzstan

Moldova

The People’s Republic of China (PRC)

Russia

Tajikistan

Turkmenistan

Ukraine

Uzbekistan

 

Assessment Level II Nations

Afghanistan

Algeria

Bangladesh

Egypt

Iran

Iraq

Jordan

Kosovo

Lebanon

Libya

Mali

Morocco

Nigeria

Pakistan

Saudi Arabia

Somalia

Sudan

Syria

Tunisia

Yemen

Who Should Apply

The Singapore Visit Pass is provided to overseas citizens who wish to arrive in Singapore with the aim of:

  • Tourism
  • Social visits
  • Medical treatment

Necessities

When you arrive at the Singapore point of entrance, you have to provide the following documents to the ICA officials:

  • A valid passport with six months validity
  • Adequate funds to cover the expenses during the visit
  • Finalized return ticket
  • The accomplished Disembarkation or Embarkation card
  • If appropriate: Yellow Fever Vaccination Documentation
  • In some situations: The finalized Singapore visa appeal form

How to Obtain

The Singapore visa appeal procedure is as follows:

  • Appeal for a visa online at the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) web portal or in person at a Singapore overseas mission
  • If you obtain the Singapore e-Visa, you or your selected agency can print it, and you are permitted to travel to Singapore with your visa
  • At the point of entrance in Singapore, the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) officials will check whether you come across the necessities or not. They hold the authority to refuse you entry
  • If you are permitted to go in, they will give you a Singapore Short-Term Visit Pass, which declares the number of days you are allowed to stay

Singapore Short-Term Visit Pass Extension

If you find that you require to stay in Singapore for lengthier than the time you were delivered, then you must appeal for a Singapore Short-Term Pass Extension. If you cannot appeal online, you can request at the ICA offices in Singapore.

Short Term Pass Extension Circumstances: The circumstances for a Singapore Short-Term Pass extension are:

  • Subject to visas: You will require a local sponsor who is a minimum of 21 years old and has a SingPass Account
  • You should appeal for the Visit Pass Extension at least three working days prior to your existing Visit Pass ends
  • After your visit to Singapore finishes, you do not plan to return in the next five days

Documents Needed to Get an Extension: The documents you should provide for a Visit Pass Extension are:

  • Your valid passport with the validity for at least six additional months after you leave Singapore
  • A copy of your passport’s biodata sheets
  • Your existing and legal Visit Pass
  • The Disembarkation or Embarkation card
  • A credit card to pay the Pass Extension charge (S$40)
  • Form V75 signed by a Singaporean doctor which particulars your medical condition and the extension period you require (applicable for medical treatment)


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