Please keep in mind that these fees are subject to change, and additional fees or requirements may apply depending on your specific circumstances and the type of pass or permit you are applying for.
Here are some common costs associated with immigration in Singapore:
Type of Visa
|Multiple journey visa||$30|
|Short term visa extension||$40|
|Long Term Visit Pass (Issued by ICA)||$30
Issuance/ Renewal $60
|Long Term Visit Pass (Issued by MOM)||$105
Issuance/ Renewal $225
Issuance/ Renewal $60
What is the difference between Multiple and Single Journey Visa?
If you have been issued with a single journey visa, it only allows you to use the visa once. If you possess a Multiple Journey Visa, there is no limit on the number of times that you can use the visa so long it is within the validity period.
Please note that possessing a valid visa does not guarantee entry into Singapore. Visitors have to satisfy the basic entry requirements before they can be considered for entry into Singapore.
Long Term Visit Pass (Issued by ICA)
Singapore citizen – Non-resident (NR) couples are strongly encouraged to complete their Pre-Marriage LTVP Assessment (PMLA) before marriage.
Long Term Visit Pass (Issued by MOM)
The Long-Term Visit Pass (LTVP) is for a common-law spouse, step-child or handicapped child of an Employment Pass or S Pass holder. Pass holders earning over $12,000 can also get a pass for parents.
To apply for a Student’s Pass, you must be accepted into an approved full-time course in Singapore. Part-time courses and courses conducted in the evening or on weekends are not eligible.
If you wish to transfer to another school after your application has been approved but have yet to collect the Student’s Pass, you will need to submit a new application.
Permanent Residence (PR)
|Entry permit for PR Application||$20|
|5-year re-entry permit||$50|
|Entry Visa (foreigners requiring a visa)||$30|
|Citizenship (Adult PR and Children of PR)|
|Overseas Born Children to Singapore Citizen Parents|
|Certificate fee||Not required|
|All other overseas or locally born children|
Non-Singaporeans may be eligible to apply for permanent residence if you are a/an:
- Spouse of a Singapore citizen or Singapore permanent resident (PR)
- Unmarried child aged below 21 years old, born within the context of a legal marriage to, or have been legally adopted by, a Singapore citizen or PR
- Aged parent of a Singapore citizen
- Holder of an Employment Pass or S Pass
- Student studying in Singapore
- Foreign investor in Singapore.
Please refer to Immigration & Checkpoints Authority’s website here for more information.
Work Passes and Permits
|Personalised Employment Pass||$105|
|Training Employment Pass||$105|
|Work Holiday Pass||None required|
|Work Permit for Performing Artiste||$75|
|Training Work Permit||$35|
|Miscellaneous Work Pass||$175|
All foreigners who intend to work in Singapore must have a valid pass (commonly known as a work visa) before they start work. If you are engaging foreigners to work in Singapore, you must ensure that they hold a valid pass.
Please refer to Ministry of Manpower, Singapore’s website here for more information.
Information was obtained from Singapore’s Immigration and Checkpoint Authority’s (ICA) and the Ministry of Manpower’s (MOM) official websites.
The costs associated with immigration in Singapore can vary depending on the type of visa, pass, or permit you are applying for. Please note that immigration fees may change over time, so it’s essential to check with the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) and the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) websites or contact them directly for the most up-to-date information.