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You will need to provide original documents and official translations (for documents in languages other than English), as well as copies of the documents for ICA to retain.

ICA accepts:

  • Translations provided by the embassy of the country that issued the document
  • Translations produced by a notary public in Singapore or the country that issued the document
  • Privately created translations attested by the embassy of the country that issued the document, or notarised by a notary public in Singapore or the country that issued the document.
  • ICA does not endorse any private translation companies or entities. Insufficient documentation may result in non-acceptance of your application. You may be required to provide additional documents to support your application.


    Please have these documents ready before you apply:

    From the parent (applicant)
    • Passport biodata page
    • Disembarkation/Embarkation (D/E) card
    • Your recent passport-sized, digital, colour photograph taken within the last three months. Please click here for photo guidelines.
    • Adoption papers, if any.

    From the Singapore citizen/ permanent resident child aged above 21 (sponsor)
    • Birth certificate
    • Marriage certificate (if applicable)
    • Certificate(s) showing highest level of academic qualification
    • Income Tax Notice of Assessment for the past three years, and Central Provident Fund (CPF) Statement showing monthly CPF contributions for the past 12 months
    • Letter of employment, stating date of commencement, designation and monthly salary.
      For those who are self-employed, a valid registration certificate from the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) and the company’s Profit and Loss Statement for the past 12 months.

    From the spouse of Singapore citizen/ permanent resident child (sponsor’s spouse, if applicable)
    • Income Tax Notice of Assessment for the past three years, and Central Provident Fund (CPF) Statement showing monthly CPF contributions for the past 12 months
    • Letter of employment, stating date of commencement, designation and monthly salary.
      For those who are self-employed, a valid registration certificate from the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) and the company’s Profit and Loss Statement for the past 12 months.


    Note:

    For Long-Term Visit Pass (LTVP) holders, please renew your LTVP at least 10 days before the expiration of your current LTVP.

    First-time applicants need to apply for an LTVP with at least 10 days remaining on their Visit Pass. Visitors to Singapore must have a valid Visit Pass at all times during their stay. They must also have a passport issued only in their name.


    Procedure

    You will need SingPass 2FA to submit the LTVP application online using the e-Service

    Both you and your applicant will also need to complete Appendix (VP), giving consent for ICA to obtain and verify your financial information with the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore and/or the Central Provident Fund Board of Singapore. 

    You and/or your applicant will be contacted by ICA for any additional documents or to arrange an interview, if required.


    Fees

    A S$30 non-refundable processing fee for each application. 

    Payment can be made using:

    • Visa or MasterCard credit/debit card or,
    • American Express (AMEX) credit card or,
    • Internet Direct Debit (DBS/POSB, OCBC, UOB, Standard Chartered Bank and Citibank Internet Banking accounts in Singapore).

    Note: Additional fees will apply upon collection (see below for more details).


    Processing Time

    The LTVP processing time may take up to six weeks. 

    If the application is still within this processing time, please wait to be notified of the application outcome via email or check on the application outcome using the Status Enquiry, rather than contacting ICA to enquire about the status of the application. 

    Original documents or photocopies may be required during the processing period. You and/or your applicant may also be called up for an interview during this time. ICA will contact you and/or your applicant to request any additional documents or to arrange an interview, if required.


    Collection

    1. Upon approval of application, make payment using the e-Service within 30 days of the issue date on your approval notice:
      • S$60 for your LTVP
      • S$30 for a Multiple Journey Visa (if applicable)
      • S$40 extension fee (if applicable)*
      If you fail to make payment, your approved application will be withdrawn.
      *If you need to extend your short-term stay during your LTVP application, an extension fee is required upon approval. This fee only applies if you have continuously renewed your Short-Term Visit Pass for three months or longer from the date you arrived in Singapore.
    2. Retrieve your In-Principle Approval (IPA) letter using the Status Enquiry.
      You can download the IPA letter and it is valid for two months from date of issue, and does not equate to being issued an LTVP.
    3. Undergo a medical check-up if it is stated in your IPA letter.
    4. Book an eAppointment for completion of  Long-Term Visit  Pass formalities.
      You and your applicant will need to complete the formalities for the LTVP and collect the LTVP card in-person from ICA Building.
    5. Refer to your IPA letter. Prepare originals and photocopies of documents listed in the IPA letter, including documents that were submitted during your application.
      You may need to pay a security deposit in support of your LTVP. Your IPA letter will mention if it is required along with the amount and method of payment. You can download a copy of the LTVP card Terms and Conditions here.
    6. On the day of the appointment, both you and your applicant must come to the ICA Building, Level 4, and provide the documents listed in your IPA letter to the ICA officer:
    Visitor Services Centre
    ICA Building
    10 Kallang Road, Level 4 (next to Lavender MRT station)
    Singapore 208718

    Operating hours are 8.00 am to 4.00 pm on Mondays to Fridays (except public holidays).