• 07 Jan 2022

    COVID-19 – General Information for Travellers to Singapore and the UK

    Updated general information, useful links, resources, and FAQs on COVID-19 border health measures and restrictions for travellers to UK and Singapore.

  • 27 Jul 2022

    ICA - SG Arrival Card

    Please beware of scam websites requiring payment for filling out the Singapore Arrival Card (SGAC). The filling out of the SGAC is free. Travellers can login to ICA’s website at or download the SG Arrival Card mobile application from iOS App Store or Google Play Store for free.

  • 07 Jun 2022

    MOE 2023 School Placement Exercise for Returning Singaporeans

    Ministry of Education's (MOE) press release on the 2023 School Placement Exercise for Returning Singaporeans (SPERS). The SPERS will be open from 6 July 2022 for Returning Singaporean students who wish to join our secondary schools, junior colleges (JC) or Millennia Institute (MI) at the start of the 2023 academic year.

  • 01 Apr 2021

    UK-Singapore Free Trade Agreement and Beyond Webinar

    What does the UK-Singapore FTA mean for businesses trading between Singapore and UK? Learn through this webinar session what the UK Singapore trade deal means for businesses, with opening remarks by UK High Commissioner, Kara Owen and Singapore's Chief Negotiator for the UKSFTA and Director, North America and Europe Division, Chua Sun Loong.

  • 11 Feb 2021

    Entry into Force of the UK-Singapore Free Trade Agreement

    The UK-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (UKSFTA) entered into force on 11 February 2021. It will ensure continuity and certainty in trading arrangements between both countries, and is the UK’s first FTA with an ASEAN country. Companies will be able to enjoy tariff elimination for goods trade and reduction of non-tariff barriers.

  • 29 Sep 2020

    ICA - Online Change Of Residential Address From 1 October 2020

    All Singapore Residents (Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents) who need to report a change of residential address can do so online.

  • 25 Jul 2020

    SingPass OneKey token to be discontinued from 1 April 2021

    Overseas Singaporeans can use SingPass Mobile to access government digital services. OneKey token will be discontinued due to low usage of the token combined with availability of alternative two-factor authentication (2FA) methods.

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