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Please complete this application atleast one day before you are due to arrive in Singapore. The earliest you can submit this is 3 days prior to your arrival.
A single entry visa allows you to enter the country only once. You must leave the country prior to the expiry of your Visa. You can only re enter the country once you have applied and received a new visa.
A multi entry Visa allows you to enter the country several times within the validity of the Visa.
No, as with all countries, entry is governed by the immigration officer.
The Singapore business visa is not an immigration pass. It is a pre-entry permission for the holder of a valid Singapore visa to travel to, and seek entry, into Singapore. Possessing a valid visa does not guarantee entry into Singapore. Visitors who are eligible for entry will be issued with visit passes upon arrival. These visit passes determine the number of days that visitors are allowed to stay in Singapore and are separate to the validity of your visa.
On Arrival you need to present the following
1. Arrival Card
2. Health Declaration,
3. Valid Visa (if applicable)
4. Vaccine certificates (if appliable)
If your visa application has been rejected, you have one month from the date of rejection to submit an appeal. You are able to do this via an Authorised Visa Agent who originally handled your application. Each appeal is considered on its own merit and can take upto 14 working days.
If you reside in or you’re travelling from a yellow fever-affected country, you’ll be required to present proof of vaccination against the disease.
The situation in each country during the Covid 19 pandemic is changing rapidly. Please check with the foreign office of the country in order to ascertain the most up to date entry requirement for vaccination and Covid tests.
You should apply for an entry visa around 30 days prior to your arrival in Singapore. It’s recommended to submit an application at least one week before a trip during the non-peak season (June – February) and two to four weeks before a trip during the peak season (March to May).
Yes, the date of expiry is included in the visa validity period.
Once the visa has been issued, the validity period cannot be amended. If you want to change your validity period, please consult with an Authorised Visa Agent and submit a fresh application.
You will only need to apply for a new Business Visa if your date of travel is not within the visa validity period.
Unfortunately, you are prohibited from extending your business visa validity or change your visa type. You’ll have to send in a fresh application upon the expiry or upon utilisation of your current visa. Each new visa application is assessed on its own merits, rather than the success of previous ones.
The validity period of your visa will be printed on the documents.
Retrieve and download your eVisa on our website. Make sure you have your visa application reference number and travel document number ready.
On successfull submission of an application, an order reference is provided on the confirmation page, you will also receive the confirmation along with your reference number to the email address provided on the application form.
Please refer to the details of visa you wish to apply for most upto date details. In general Singapore offers visas that are valid for 30 days but this may vary based on visa officer.
No, you do not need a Visa if you are only in transit, and staying within the airport. Any passengers arriving at Singapore Changi Airport and have been issued with their onward boarding passes for connecting flights out of Changi Airport can remain within the Changi Airport transit area until their flight departure. Passengers can also obtain their onward boarding passes from any of the Transfer Lounges within the transit area and remain in the transit area. All other passengers should exit the transit area as soon as possible.
This is a single entry card. If you are entering Singapore more than once, please contact us prior to applying.