Consulate-General of The Republic of Singapore - Dubai

Reporting & Replacing a Lost, Stolen or Misplaced Singapore Passport

It is recommended that Singapore citizens make a photocopy of their passport and Identity Card before they leave home, so that they can be identified by these documents in case they lose their passport. Citizens are also advised to keep their Singapore National Registration Identity Card (NRIC) separately from the passport when travelling.

If a passport is lost, stolen or misplaced and you need to return to Singapore urgently, you must:

  1. Lodge a police report at a police station in the Emirate where the passport was lost, stolen or misplaces. Please request a copy of the report. In some cases where this may not be possible, citizens should request an acknowledgement slip or receipt;

  2. Call or email the Singapore Consulate-General as soon as possible to report the loss of the passport;

  3. Schedule an appointment to see the consular officer;

  4. Bring along the following documents on the day of the appointment:
    • Original police report or copy 
    • Proof of Singapore citizenship status (NRIC, birth certificate, citizenship certificate, marriage certificate)
    • 2 passport - sized colour photographs
    • A copy of flight itinerary / electronic ticket to Singapore (if any)

After the citizen’s identity has been verified, the Consulate-General can issue a Document of Identity (DOI) to enable the citizen to return to Singapore. Upon his/her return to Singapore, he/she must surrender the Document of Identity and apply for a replacement passport at Immigration & Checkpoints Authority.

Singapore citizens living in the UAE must submit personally their application for a replacement passport at the Consulate-General of the Republic of Singapore in Dubai or the Embassy of the Republic of Singapore in Abu Dhabi.


The passport processing fee required is AED 225 in cash. The Singapore Consulate-General cannot accept any personal bank cheques as a form of payment. Please note that an administrative fee of AED 140 and AED 280 are applicable for the first and second replacements respectively, of a lost, destroyed or damaged Singapore passport.


 All fees are collected up-front at the point of application. 


Villa No 124,
Street 30d,
Community No. 334,
Al Satwa, Dubai.
P O Box:
214661, Dubai

+971 4 321 9498

+971 4 321 9497

Emergency Contact:
+971 50 455 1959


Operating Hours:
8.00 am to 4.00 pm
Appointments & Notarisations:
8.30 am - 12.30 pm

The Consulate-General is closed for the New Year's Public Holiday on Tues, 1 Jan 2019. Singapore Citizens who require urgent consular assistance may contact the Duty Officer at +971 50 455 1959.

The Consulate-General is closed on Fridays, Saturdays and Public Holidays.

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