Singapore Electronic Arrival Card

Electronic Arrival Card Details
Visa type
Duration
Multiple entries
Service fee
Visa fees
Electronic Arrival Card
Duration:
Multiple entries: Yes
Service fee: 29 USD
Visa fees: 0 USD

How to get Electronic Arrival Card for Singapore

Complete online application

Prepare your passport and fill out our simple online application form in less than 5 minutes.

Receive your travel visa

You'll get the document on your email in a couple of days. No need to go anywhere!

Start your journey

Get ready to go! Print the document we send you and show it with your passport upon arrival.

Singapore Electronic Arrival Card Requirements

Most of the countries require only travel registration (Singapore Arrival Card), not a visa to enter Singapore. The Electronic Arrival Card replaces the paper Disembarkation/Embarkation Card (D/E Card) to ease the arrival process. You need the following to apply for the Singapore AC:

- passport
- arrival and departure dates
- accommodation in Singapore
- information about your flights
- email to receive the documents
- payment card to pay the fees

If you are missing any of the documents or details, your application will be saved so you can complete it later.

The Electronic Arrival Card on Visagov is simplified and we also take care you get it on time (using the official website you can apply only certain number of days before your arrival). Please note everyone is required to have the Arrival Card, or D/E Card, but some nationalities still require also the travel visa.

Please, print the approved document and confirmation before your trip.

Application for online e-Visa for Singapore

FAQ

With Visagov.com it will be faster and easier. You just need to fill out our simple application form for the SG Arrival Card, you make the payment for all the services and you will receive it directly in your email address. We recommend you to print it out before your travel because you will be asked for it upon arrival.

You will need your the Electronic Arrival Card if you want to travel to Singapore. It’s a trial project of the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) with the aim of facilitating the arrival to the country by reducing the queues at the immigration offices.

No, the SG arrival card is not a visa. However, holding an Electronic Arrival Card help you with the process to get a visa. The aim of SG Arrival Card is to reduce time at immigration offices and replace the Disembarkation/Embarkation Card (D/E Card). You can apply now for the SG Arrival Card in order to save time while preparing your trip.

You can fill out our simple application form and get your SG Arrival Card in time. If you don’t want to be fixed with the dates of 14 days prior arrival and leave it done asap, you can apply now and we will take care of the rest.

The Singapore Electronic Arrival Card is a form you fill out prior your travel to the country. It’s still in trial period and the final objective is to substitute the Disembarkation/Embarkation Card (D/E Card). Singapore Visa is a permission that allows holders to visit the country.

With Visagov you are paying for comfort during your trip. We don’t only offer the SG Arrival Card, we also give you the freedom of applying whenever you want. Besides, other services such as a detailed review of our experts, a simple form to fill out or 24/7 customer services.

No, if you are planning to travel to Singapore you will need also other documents to enter the country: a valid passport for at least six months, a valid visa and a return ticket (depending on the nationality)... SG Arrival Card will save you time while preparing all paperwork.

No, you will need also other documents specified by the Singapore immigration office depending on the national passport. Just holding US visas doesn’t mean you can enter Singapore.

Depending on your national passport yes. Check here your national passport in order to see whether you can visit Singapore without visa or not: [CHECKER]

The general requirements for a Entry Visa for Singapore are the following: A valid passport of at least 6 months, a passport-sized color photograph, the corresponding forms (depending on the nationality) and Electronic Arrival Card.

Other extra documents may be requested depending on your national passport and it will be valid up to 30 days or 90 days in a period of 6 monts. You should know Singapore visa is a pre-entry permission. The final decision will depend on ICA officers when entry the country. However, having a visa will facilitate all the processes of course.

No, you don’t. However, depending on how long the layover is you will need to check whether you want to stay at the airport or visit Singapore for a few days. In that case you will probably need a transit visa.

You should submit the Electronic Arrival Card within 14 days prior your arrival in Singapore. However, with Visagov you can apply before and we will take care of the rest in order to avoid any delays at the immigration office upon arrival.

Every foreign person traveling to Singapore except citizens who arrive by cruise or those who hold a work pass will be asked for the SG arrival card.

Check your eligibility

Do you need Electronic Arrival Card for Singapore?
Use our visa checker to find out if you match with the requirements.
Yes, you are eligible for Electronic Arrival Card Singapore!
You cannot apply for Electronic Arrival Card.
We are sorry, you have to apply at the embassy.

Electronic Arrival Card for Singapore: More information

Every foreigner traveler arriving to Singapore needs an Arrival Card, or the Disembarkation/Embarkation Card (D/E Card). The first one is electronic, and you can complete it before your flight, the second one is paper, and you have to complete it before you enter the country. Please note that some foreigners need to apply also for the tourist visa to enter the country, and if you plan to work in Singapore, you need to always have a valid working visa.

Please note that every government reserves the right to deny the entry into the country despite having approved visa. Each traveler will be processed individually upon their arrival by the immigration officer at the airport, port or border. However, this occurs mostly due to the fact the person poses a threat to security or national interests.