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Key points on how to get a Singapore e visa

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Singapore should always be included in a tour of Asian countries. That is because, in Asia, Singapore is a very well-developed nation, and its tourism has exploded out of proportion. It’s easy to see why. Both urban zones and nature can be enjoyed. The people are most friendly, and the government has made the country a safe and enjoyable place since tourism has reached so high.

However, there are probably some things that you should know about Singapore and its culture before you leave. You will find below some of the things that will make your travel more enjoyable. You may have seen that this huge metropolitan area is represented as Singapore, but did you know that you can also explore Mother Nature. Many towns are literally surrounded by nature, where some of the most spectacular nature trails can be found.

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What is an e-Visa from Singapore?

The Electronic Arrival Card was launched by the Singapore Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) in August 2019 to replace the conventional paper Disembarkation / Embarkation Card (DE Card). It is an electronic document of admission that allows passengers to complete up to 14 days in advance of their expected arrival date in Singapore and to avoid wasting time and paper at the airport. After filling in our application form, applicants will receive their tourist card via e-mail. The aim of this arrival card is to facilitate entry to Singapore, but it does not substitute for a visa. If you are not from a country with a visa exemption, your visa will be sought by Singapore immigration officers at the airport.

How long is the e-Visa for Singapore valid for?

Once published, Singapore e Visa is valid for 63 days. Bear in mind that the Singapore e Visa allows you to enter several entries, but you can only remain in Singapore for up to 15 days per entry.

On my application, I made a mistake. After it is released, may I change the e-Visa?

No, once it is published, we will not alter or adjust any information on the e-Visa. However, if you do realize that you have made a mistake before issuing your visa, please contact us ASAP via online chat or by sending an e-mail to immediately, and we do our best to help you.

How should I get to apply for an e-Visa from Singapore?

To submit your application, we need the following:

  • Passport: Latest passport with a validity of at least six months and a minimum of 2 blank pages + all old passports if available.
  • Two recent color photographs and the image must be taken in the last three months. The digital picture is important.
  • Details about your occupation – If you are working and then the payslips & Job ID Card last six months. Company Registration License / MOA / Partnership deed if you are self-employed.

If you are a retired citizen, then retirement evidence such as pension book, declaration, etc.

  • Return flight ticket- When you arrive in Singapore, you will be asked to present the return Flight ticket to the Country of Origin.
  • Details about accommodation – Hotel reservation in Singapore.
  • Data on your academic/professional history
  • The payment must be made during the application process, which is why you need a credit/debit card.
  • Valid e-mail address-Click2visas will give you your visa in PDF format via e-mail. Until departure, do not forget to print it out in several copies ideally.
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What are the requirements that the applicant’s Singapore e Visa passport must meet?

Before reaching Singapore, your travel document must be valid for at least six months. For the placement of your e-Visa, your passport has to have at least two blank pages.

When do I apply for an e-Visa from Singapore?

Within 30 days of your expected arrival date, Singapore requires that you apply. However, with us, you could apply at any time, as we will immediately queue your order until it is the correct time to process your application.

Important instructions

  • Possession of the Singapore e Visa does not grant an automatic right of the entry (also known as an immigration pass) into the country. Any person may be denied entry by the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) officer at the port of entry if they consider that an individual is unable to meet the immigration criteria or that the presence of that person in Singapore would be contrary to national interests or security.
  • The e-visa for Singapore is for tourism purposes only.
  • Visitors should have their passport valid for at least six months from the arrival date and have at least one tab at their disposal for stamping.
  • The Singapore e Visa is valid for 63 days following issuance and allows a maximum stay of 30 days per entry for the holder. However, due to the high chances of rejection, we only process applications for tourists staying no longer than 15 days per admission.
  • Please be advised that we do not consider applications for women under the age of 40 traveling alone because of repeated refusals by the Singapore Immigration & Checkpoints Authority.

How to get a Singapore visa from the embassy?

If you do not have a visa exemption or are eligible for an electronic visa, you must go to the nearest Singapore embassy and apply there. Before you get there, what you can do is think about the specifications. The internet will help you with that, but we suggest that you use it as a guide, only the details you find online. It isn’t all reliable.

That is why the embassy or the diplomatic mission itself should be called, and your inquiries made there. Reliable details will be sent to you. You should go and fill up your application once you have collected what you are told you need. To ensure that everything is correct, you will have to pay a fee and go through your file. Then you apply it and wait until your visa is ready.

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