Is there a Singapore Visa for Indians on arrival? No, currently there is no visa on arrival for Indian Citizens. Indians must apply for the appropriate visa before arrival. Indian citizens will also need to have an Arrival Card completed.
Is Singapore issuing visas?
Visa applications are required for Indian citizens / passport holders. If your travel document is issued by one of the countries or regions below, you will need a visa to enter Singapore. Click on individual countries or regions below to find out more.
Can we travel to Singapore now?
With effect from 7 May 2021, 2359 hours, all short-term travellers entering Singapore via the Air Travel Pass and Connect@Singapore initiative are required to stay in their declared departure point for the last 21 consecutive days before departing for Singapore.
How can a foreigner stay in Singapore?
All visitors to Singapore must:
- hold a passport or a travel document valid for more than 6 months at the time of departure,
- hold an onward or return ticket;
- have sufficient funds for the duration of stay in Singapore;
How long can foreigners stay in Singapore?
But, it’s important to mention that the SG Arrival Card has a validity of 14 days after issued or until passport expires. Furthermore, with this document, you can stay in the country for a maximum of 14 days Per Entry with a Single Entry.
What countries can enter Singapore?
Currently, travellers with travel history to all countries/regions except Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka are allowed to enter through these lanes.
Can I stay in Singapore without a job?
Yes. You can stay in Singapore for 6 months.
What will happen if I overstay in Singapore?
Overstaying is a punishable offence in Singapore. If you want to stay beyond the period of stay granted, you can apply for an extension online using the e-Service or go to the Visitor Services Centre on Level 4 of the ICA Building before your Visit Pass expires.