Singaporeans who wish to find out if they require a visa to visit a particular country should contact the country’s authorities closest to them to be apprised of the latest requirements.



For visitors, to check if you require a visa to visit Singapore, please visit the ICA website at




With effect from 3 August 2018, the Singapore Consulate-General in San Francisco has ceased to accept visa applications. Visa applications can be submitted to the following Authorised Visa Agent at:




VFS Services USA

Singapore Visa Application Centre







Application for a visa

Book an appointment to the Singapore visa application centre via the ‘Schedule an appointment’ link on the VFS website at Please note that there may be fees charged for walk-ins without appointments. 






Complete visa applications may be mailed to VFS Global Singapore Visa Application Centre. Please issue a money order / cashier's cheque in US currency for the visa and service fee. Personal/corporate cheques will not be accepted. If you wish to have your passport(s) and visa(s) returned by mail, please provide a self-addressed and prepaid envelope with tracking service from a carrier of your choice. You may also choose to purchase courier services from VFS (see 




Visa processing fees


The visa processing fee payable for each application is US$22.   Please note that this is a processing fee and is non-refundable regardless of the outcome of the application.



Service fee


There is also a service fee of US$55 that is charged by the Authorised Visa Agent for their services, on top of the visa processing fee of US$22 per application.



Application via local contact


If you have a Singapore citizen or a Singapore PR who can act as your local contact and who has a SingPass account, the local contact can also submit your application online on the ICA website. Please visit the ICA website at for more details.

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