The Consular Section of the Embassy of the Republic of Singapore in Paris is open from 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm, Monday to Friday. Tel: +33 1 56 79 68 00; Fax: +33 1 56 79 68 29; Email: For consular services in Spain, please refer to the Honorary Consulates-General in Madrid and Barcelona. For consular services in Portugal, please refer to the Honorary Consulate in Lisbon.

For Singaporeans requiring emergency consular assistance after office hours please call duty consular number at +33 6 75 03 25 55. Singaporeans visiting or residing in France are encouraged to eRegister with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs here.

What can our Consular Officer assist in? Please click here to find out more.


Lost Passports

Singaporeans who have lost their passport can apply for a temporary travel document called a Document of Identity (DOI) via the APPLES system or at the Embassy.

For applications at the Embassy, the following are required:

  1. Police report;
  2. 2 passport sized photographs on white background;
  3. Personal particulars as given in your NRIC & NRIC number.
  4. Fee - 10 euros per DOI (Payment only by bank transfer, cash or local cheque). 


Passport Applications/Renewals

Please submit your passport renewal applications via the APPLES system. You will need your Singpass.

If you do not have a Singpass, please apply for it here. If you require assistance for your Singpass, please contact Singpass directly.

If you are unable to access the APPLES system due to Singpass issues, the Consular Section can process manual applications for Singapore passports, but please note that they may take a longer time. Application forms are available at the Embassy or can be downloaded from the following links:

Passport Application Form


Applications for Singapore Citizenship

Please click here for detailed information on Singapore citizenship applications.


Notarial Services


Legalisation of Documents


Most documents that do not originate from Singapore have first to be legalised by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs before they can be legalised by the Singapore Embassy for use in Singapore. The contact details of the relevant French department are :


Ministère des Affaires Etrangères
Bureau des Légalisations
57 bd. des Invalides
75007 - Paris
Tel.                     +33 1 53 69 38 28
                           +33 1 53 69 39 29

Email :

Opening hours : Mondays to Fridays

                                     09h00 - 13h00


Documents originating from Singapore must first be legalised by the Singapore Academy of Law before they can be legalised by the Singapore Embassy for use in France. Please check with the relevant authority that the Embassy's legalisation will be accepted. Each legalisation costs 7 euros, payable by cash or cheque only.


Certification of original/ true copies of documents

The Embassy can only certify original documents issued by the Singapore government.

The Embassy can certify true copies of documents for use in France or Singapore.

Each certification costs 4 euros, payable by cash or cheque only.


Witnessing of signatures

The Embassy can witness signatures on documents for use in Singapore, such as power of attorney, HDB documents and CPF documents.

Each witnessing for one person costs 12 euros, with additional exhibits at 1 euro each, payable by cash or cheque only. Additional certifications required during the witnessing process will be charged separately, in accordance with the above paragraph.


Attestation of documents

The Embassy can issue an attestation in French or English for Singapore government issued documents, such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, driving licences, etc. The "attestation de concordance" also falls under this category. Each attestation costs 12 euros, payable by cash or cheque only.

The generic "certificat de coutume" required for marriage in France is issued for free.

Please call (+33 1 56 79 68 00) or email ( the Embassy if you require further information, and to make an appointment for the services you require. Appointments are only available from 9.30 am to 1.00 pm, Mondays to Fridays except public holidays and 9 August.


For more information, you may consult the following sites:

ICA (Immigration and Checkpoints Authority)

Travel Page