From 2008, the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) of Singapore introduced e-visa. Consequently, certain nationals will no longer be issued with the sticker visa has been replaced by an electronic visa in a PDF format. Applicants who are eligible for Singapore e-Visa no longer need to furnish additional supporting documents or the duly signed application form, unless specifically requested by Immigration & Checkpoint Authority (ICA) to do so. An approved electronic visa is emailed to the applicant in a PDF format which will contain a unique identification number. The visa can be printed on an A4 sheet of paper and presented to the immigration officer together with the passport and completed landing card at passport control. You will be able to verify the authenticity of a visa issued on the website of the Immigration & Checkpoint Authority.
Applicants with local contact or travel agent in Singapore may submit
their applications online directly at Immigration & Checkpoints
With effect from 1st April 2009, the Singapore High Commission no
longer accepts individual walk-in applications. All applications would
be submitted via a new electronic visa (e-Visa) application system that
allows visas to be processed online. Applications must be submitted to
any of the authorised visa agents. Applicants whose application has been approved, can have the e-Visa printed online by the authorised visa agents. Any local sponsor in Singapore (with a Singpass account) can also submit your application online on your behalf.
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