Apply Online What is Electronic Arrival Card (Beta)?

The Electronic Arrival Card (Beta) is an e-Service provided by the ICA to facilitate the electronic submission of arrival information and trip details by foreign visitors. The Electronic Arrival Card (Beta) will eventually replace the paper-based disembarkation/embarkation (D/E) card that foreign visitors are currently required to submit on arrival.

With the Electronic Arrival Card (Beta), foreign visitors can submit their personal information and trip details here or via a mobile application known as "SG Arrival Card" from either the App Store (iOS) or Google Play (Android).

Please note that the Electronic Arrival Card (Beta) is currently on trial.


Who can use the Electronic Arrival Card (Beta)?

We are conducting a trial on the beta version of the "SG Arrival Card" e-Service on the ICA website and mobile application. For this trial, only foreign visitors travelling to Singapore via selected air, bus and ferry transport operators can submit electronic arrival cards. These transport operators are:

  1. Airlines - AirAsia, Jetstar Asia, Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines
  2. Coach - Transtar Travel
  3. Ferries - BatamFast Ferries, Bintan Resort Ferries, Horizon Fast Ferry, and Majestic Fast Ferry

All other visitors, including foreign visitors arriving at sea checkpoints via cruise liners, land checkpoints via rail, cars, motorcycles and lorries, as well as those entering Singapore to assume work pass status are still required to complete the paper-based disembarkation/embarkation cards.

ICA will study the results of this trial and progressively extend the "SG Arrival Card" facility to all foreign visitors. More details will be announced when ready.


When should I submit the Electronic Arrival Card (Beta)?

You should submit your Electronic Arrival Card (Beta) within 14 days prior to the date of your arrival in Singapore. This is to avoid unnecessary delays during immigration clearance.


Clearing immigration

Simply present your travel documents to the ICA officer at the immigration counter.


Last Update: 14 Aug 2019