You can stay up to 30 days during each visit, and no minimum gap is required between visits. If you plan to exit and re-enter the country numerous times, you need to apply for a new visa. Singapore does not issue double and multiple-entry visas.
Can I stay in Singapore for more than 30 days?
The Immigration & Checkpoints Authority allow you to apply for a one-time 30-day extension of a short term Visit Pass. The Global Singapore Visa processing center offers a procurement service for an online extension of stay in Singapore for additional 30 days.
Can I stay in Singapore for more than 90 days?
If you find that you need (or want) to stay in Singapore for longer than the time you were issued, then you should apply for a Singapore Short-Term Pass Extension. The extension will allow you to stay for a maximum of 89 days from the date you initially entered (not the date you are applying for the Pass Extension).
How many times can a tourist enter Singapore?
You can enter ANYTIME between date of issue and date of expiry of the visa SUBJECT TO MULTIPLE ENTRY VISA. If you have SINGLE ENTRY VISA, you can ONE TIME only can enter in Singapore with in the date of expiry of the visa.
What happens if you overstay in Singapore?
Should you be guilty of overstaying in Singapore for up to 90 days, you may be sentenced to a maximum fine of $4,000 and/or a jail term of up to 6 months. Overstaying beyond 90 days may result in a maximum of 6 months’ imprisonment and a minimum of 3 strokes of the cane (or up to a $6,000 fine if you cannot be caned).
Can I extend my stay in Singapore?
Visitors who are in Singapore as a tourist for social purposes or seeking medical treatment, and require a longer period of stay beyond the Visit Pass granted on entry into Singapore, may submit an application for extension of stay (not more than 89 days from date of entry) online using the e-Service.
Can I extend my stay in Singapore due to Covid 19?
If you have cancelled the pass and need more time to send your pass holders home (e.g. waiting for an embassy-facilitated flight), you can request to extend their stay in Singapore.
How can I stay in Singapore for 6 months?
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 parents stay in Singapore?
To bring your parents with you to Singapore, apply for a Long Term Visit Pass (LTVP), which is valid for up to 2 years, and tied to the validity of the main work pass. This pass is also suitable for common-law spouses, step/handicapped children, and other relatives.
How can I stay in Singapore long term?
Eligibility for Long Term Visit Pass
- Hold an Employment Pass or S Pass.
- Earn a minimum fixed monthly salary of $6,000. This is based on your salary, and not based on your combined household income.
- Are sponsored by an established, Singapore-registered company (usually your employer).
How many times can I extend my tourist visa in Singapore?
If you possess a Multiple Journey Visa, there is no limit on the number of times that you can use the visa so long it is within the validity period. Please note that possessing a valid visa does not guarantee entry into Singapore.
Can I enter Singapore without a return ticket?
Visitors must satisfy the following basic entry requirements before they can be considered for entry into Singapore: Yes, you can get a visa on arrival but your passport should be at least 6 months valid. You need air tickets for your visa processing. No, without air ticket and hotel booking it’s not possible.
Can I stay in Singapore without a job?
Yes. You can stay in Singapore for 6 months.
How do I pay overstay fine in Singapore?
remains in Singapore after the pass has expired or has already been cancelled (revoked) by MOM? An overstaying fine ranging from $100 to $500 will be imposed. Payment of the overstaying fine can be made via credit card (Master and Visa) or eNets Debit using this “cancel” function.
How long can I stay in Singapore after EP expires?
Most people who have had their EP cancelled will spend the remaining 30 days in Singapore to complete any remaining formalities because the 30-day validity period of the STVP may not be extended. Those who have plans to continue working and living in Singapore may apply for jobs during this period.
Can Tourists enter Singapore now?
General Advisory for Visitors
Short-term visitors are not allowed entry into Singapore, except those coming in under the Green/Fast Lane arrangements, Air Travel Pass, Connect@Singapore initiative or with special prior approval.