SG Arrival Card (SGAC) with Electronic Health Declaration


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Revised Border Control Measures for vaccinated travellers are in place with the easing of international travel restrictions.
Please refer to the public education page or visit the SafeTravel website for more details.


The SG Arrival Card with electronic Health Declaration ("SG Arrival Card") facilitates the submission of personal information, trip details and health declaration by all travellers seeking entry into Singapore. 

Please note that the SG Arrival Card is not a visa. You may refer to entry and visa requirements for more information.


Submit Online Submit the SG Arrival Card with electronic Health Declaration

Things to note when submitting the SG Arrival Card:

  • Submit your SG Arrival Card within three (3) days prior to the date of arrival in Singapore. For example, travellers arriving in Singapore on 30 Jun 2020, can only submit their declaration from 28 Jun 2020 onwards. This is to avoid unnecessary delays during immigration clearance.
  • Submit your SG Arrival Card via https://eservices.ica.gov.sg/sgarrivalcard/ or through the official "MyICA" mobile application that can be downloaded for free from either the App Store (iOS) or Google Play (Android). Beware of potential phishing sites if you choose to submit the SG Arrival Card through unofficial channels.
  • Submission via the official SG Arrival Card e-Service is free of charge. ICA does not support or endorse services offered by commercial entities who provide assistance in submitting the SG Arrival Card at a fee. Please refer to advisory for more information.

At the landing page of the SG Arrival Card e-Service, please proceed with the submission by selecting one of the two options:

Singapore citizens, Permanent Residents & Long-Term Pass HoldersForeign Visitors
- including In-Principle Approval (IPA) Letter Holders

Submission of health declaration for:

  • Singapore citizens
  • Singapore permanent residents
  • Student's Pass holders
  • Dependant's Pass holders
  • Long-Term Visit Pass holders
  • Work Pass

Submission of arrival information and health declaration for:

You will receive an acknowledgement upon successful submission.


At the Immigration Counter

You will need to present your travel documents and SG Arrival Card acknowledgement (soft copy is acceptable as well) to the ICA officer at the immigration counter upon arriving Singapore.


Click to enlarge the specimen image of the SG Arrival Card
Check If You Need an Entry Visa

If you hold a travel document issued by one of the countries or places listed on the page to check if you need an entry visa, you will require a valid Singapore visa to travel and seek entry into Singapore.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

SG Arrival Card (SGAC)
Q1: What is SGAC?

A1: The SG Arrival Card is the electronic version of the paper disembarkation/embarkation (DE) card (or commonly known as the white card) that foreign visitors are required to submit upon arrival in Singapore for immigration clearance. From 27 March 2020, ICA will discontinue the use of paper DE card and all travellers will have to provide their arrival information via the “SG Arrival Card” e-Service instead.
Q2: I am visiting Singapore for leisure travel/holiday; do I need to submit SG Arrival Card?

A2: Yes. All returning Singaporeans, Permanent Residents, Long-Term Pass Holders or Foreigners entering Singapore are required to submit the SG Arrival Card.
Q3: Can I submit the SG Arrival Card for multiple trips under “Group Submission”?

A3: The “Group Submission” is meant for a group of persons who are travelling to Singapore together for one trip.
Electronic Health Declaration
Q1: Where can I find/submit the health declaration?

A1: Your health declaration should be submitted together with the SGAC found in this e-Service.
Q2: Who should submit the electronic health declaration?

A2: All travellers entering Singapore, including Singapore citizens, Permanent Residents, Long-Term Pass holders (Student’s Pass, Dependant’s Pass, Long-Term Visit Pass and Work Pass), travellers enrolled in the Frequent Traveller Programme and foreign visitors, should submit a health declaration.
Q3: Why am I required to submit the electronic health declaration?

A3: This requirement is part of ICA’s border control measures in response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019). Those who make false declarations may be prosecuted under the Infectious Diseases Act.
Q4: How early can I submit the electronic health declaration?

A4: You can submit the electronic health declaration up to three (3) days prior to your arrival in Singapore, to avoid unnecessary delays during immigration clearance. For example, travellers arriving in Singapore on 30 Jun 2020, can only submit their declaration from 28 Jun 2020 onwards.
Q5: What if there is a change in my health status and I have already submitted my health declaration earlier?

A5: You should resubmit your health declaration if there is any change in your health status. It is an offence to submit a false declaration. Those who make false declarations may be prosecuted under the Infectious Diseases Act. 

Please refer to the FAQs page on SG Arrival Card for further queries related to SGAC and electronic health declaration.