- United States of America, Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Finland, France, Norway, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Italy, Iceland, Luxemburg, Japan, Republic of Ireland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Netherlands, San Marino, Switzerland.
- Countries that are members of the British Commonwealth (except India).
Visa applications can be submitted either at the nearest Singapore Overseas Mission or online via Submission of Application for Visa Electronically (SAVE) .
- The original and a photocopy of applicant’s passport bio data page.
- Completed original Form 14A.
- One recent passport-sized colour photograph (to be pasted on the top right-hand corner of Form 14A and must meet the following requirements:
- Image must be taken within the last 3 months
- Photograph should be in colour, taken against a white background with a matt or semi-matt finish
- Image must show full face, no headgears allowed unless they do not cover your facial features
- Completed Form V39A (Letter of Introduction for Visa Application )
- Local contact’s Singapore Identity Card (original and photocopy)
- Other Requirements:
- The applicant and the local contact may be required to furnish additional documents and information whenever it is needed.
- If documents are not in the English language, official translations are required.
After the Submisison
A processing fee of S$30 will be collected at the time of submission per application in order to apply for a Long-Term Visit Pass. This fee is non-refundable regardless of the outcome of the application or if you withdraw the application after submission.
Online submission of visa application will take 1 working day (excluding the day of submission) to be processed.
Other modes of submission may take 4 days to 4 weeks to be processed, so do allow sufficient time for the application prior to your departure.
Extension of Visa:
Those who need to extend their stay in Singapore beyond the Visit Pass granted on entry into Singapore may submit an application for extension of stay online via e-XTEND.
The extension period is limited to a maximum of 89 days from the date of entry.
According to ICA,
“Overstaying is an Immigration offence. If you overstay, you may be subjected to a composition fine or prosecution in Court. Holder of Visit Pass (on a social, business or professional visit; or as a tourist) is not permitted to engage in any form of employment, business or occupation without a valid work pass issued under the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act (Cap. 91A)”.