The Embassy is not authorised to soleminise or register marriages of citizens in China.
Neither the Embassy nor the Singapore Registry of Marriages (ROM) issues a Certificate of No Impediment (无配偶证明). The Embassy can however issue a letter to certify a Singaporean's marital status.
In order for us to issue such a letter, please obtain the following prior to coming to the Embassy:
(a) An original certified hardcopy of the search result for marriage records (searched using NRIC only) issued by the Registry of Marriage (note: this does not refer to the print copy of on-screen result generated through the free search service for marriage records). Singaporeans who are overseas may apply for the original certified hardcopy Search Results via the ROM Website and/or through the assistance of friends/relatives. For more information, please contact ROM at +65 6338 7808 or visit their website, http://www.rom.gov.sg.
(b) If you are a Divorcee, please produce a copy of the Divorce Certificate (duly certified by the Subordinate Courts official).
You are required to be present in person at the Embassy to execute a Statutory Declaration as required by the Chinese authority. Please bring along your Singapore Passport for this purpose.
You may also wish to approach the nearest Singapore Consulate-General (Shanghai,Chengdu, Guangzhou, Xiamen) in China to issue a similar letter.