APEC Business Travel Card (ABTC)
Biometric Identification of Motorbikers (BIKES)
Enhanced Immigration Automated Clearance System (eIACS)
Frequent Traveller Programme
Apply for Extract/Search
Renunciation of Singapore Citizenship
Application for e-IACS
Application for Long-Term Visit Pass
Collection of Long-Term Pass Card
Completion of Long-Term Visit Pass Formalities
Report to VSC Appointment
Revitalised ICA Crest
15 years old Registration
Change of Address
Change of Particulars
Collection of IC
Collection of Identity Card at iCollect
Collection of Identity Cards at Alternate Sites
Loss of IC
Immigration Exemption Order (IEO)
New Singapore Biometric Passport
Application by Post/Deposit Box
Application Over the Counter
Over the Counter
Permanent Residence Services
Completion of PR formalities for successful applicants
Global Investor Programme
Renunciation of PR
Pre-Marriage Long-Term Visit Pass Assessment (PMLA)
Renewal of CI
Renewal of REP
Transfer of REP
Use of eIACS
SG Arrival Card (Beta)
Collection at Alternate Sites
Completion of Formalities
Loss of valid LTVP/STP Card
Polytechnics and Universities
Solar / Solar +
Collection of Long-Term Visit Pass (LTVP) at Alternate Sites
Cancellation of LTVP
Letter of Consent (LOC) to work
Long-Term Visit Pass - Plus (LTVP+)
Long-Term Visit Pass (LTVP)
Completion of Formalities
Withdrawal of Application
Loss of valid LTVP/STP card
Short-Term Visit Pass (STVP)
Visitor to Deliver a Child In Singapore
Most Popular Questions
How to obtain a visa?
Visa can be applied through an authorised visa agents appointed by the Singapore Oversea Missions or at the nearest Singapore Overseas Mission or through a local contact in Singapore who will submit the application via the
online using his/her SingPass/CorpPass.
You may also visit the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs'
website under "Singapore Missions Worldwide" for locations of the Singapore overseas missions. Visitors are advised to liaise with the nearest Singapore Overseas Mission direct for detailed procedure if the visa application is to be submitted at the mission or through their authorised visa agents.
What if I encountered technical issues when I am submitting online visa application at home?
What if I do not have SingPass/CorpPass account
What are the documents required for visa applications?
I submitted my passport application but have not received any outcome / notification from ICA. Where can I check the status?
The processing time for a passport is about one week upon the receipt of the application. It may take longer during peak periods. Your application will be delayed if your photograph does not meet requirements. You will be notified of the outcome through a notification card by mail or email (for applicants who had entered a valid email address in their online application).
You may enquire the status of your application by logging into MyICA at
with SingPass 2FA.
Alternatively, you may write in to
for more information.
Do I need a visa to Singapore?
Please refer to the
list of countries/regions and the respective passport types
who required a visa to enter Singapore.
If you are unable to find your country/regions and the passport types in the list below, please forward a clear scanned copy of the passport\travel document's front cover and particulars page (i.e. showing holder's full name, nationality, passport number and its date of issue/expiry) to ICA for assessment.
You may write to
How do I submit a PR application via the e-PR system?
You can submit a PR application via the
through ICA's website at
. It is advisable that you read through the "Step-by-Step Guide", "Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)" & "Explanatory Notes and Document List" on
before submitting your application online.
I have received the passport expiry notice from ICA informing me to renew my passport. Can I still use my existing passport?
As long as your current passport has at least 6 months of remaining validity, you can continue to use it for your travels*.
(*The grant of entry into a foreign country is the prerogative of the foreign immigration authority concerned. The possession of a valid passport does not always guarantee entry to foreign countries.)