The Consulate General provides notarial services include notarisation and authentication of documents, attestation and certification of signatures and stamps, witnessing of a signature affixed to statutory declaration and certifying a true copy of a document that are used in Singapore or Singapore Courts.
The whole of document should be presented in proper form. The Consulate General has the right to reject the documents if the full documents are not provided.
Please bring along with you the following original document as a form of identification.
a. Passport/NRIC for Singaporeans.
b. Passport, Blue NRIC as well as Form 7 for Singapore PRs.
c. Passport/HKID card (depending on which identification document is used on the documents meant to be notarised) for Non-Singaporeans.
Certifying a True Copy of a Document
For Certifying a True Copy of a Document, please note that the Consulate have to see the original document and compare with an exact copy of the document. On the day of service, please bring the original documents and an exact photocopy of each document to be certified as true.
Please note that there will be a fee levied in respect of notarial functions. The list of fees is displayed on the notice board in the Consulate-General.
On the spot services if documents present are in proper form and complete. The Consulate-General does not require you to make an appointment for the above services. However, you may like to contact the Consulate-General to check if the person performing the notarial act is around before coming.
For any questions relating to notarial services, please contact the Consulate-General at:
Tel: (852) 2527 2212
Note: With effect from 1 September 2017, notarial and legalisation services at the Singapore Consulate-General in Hong Kong will only be available from Monday to Friday at 09:00 am to 12:30 pm. Such services will also include the Application for Singapore citizenship, Oath-Taking for Singapore Citizen who turn 21 years old and Application for Renunciation of Singapore Citizenship as these applications require you to sign in the presence of a Consular Officer.