Automated immigration clearance in Singapore for eligible China passports
Eligible People’s Republic of China (PRC) passport holders will be able to sign up for automated immigration clearance, enabling them to use the automated gantries at Singapore’s checkpoints when they arrive in Singapore.
Overseas Immigration Assist (OIA) have summed up the application process and requirements:
When does it start?
16 November 2015.
Who can apply?
PRC passport holders aged 6 and above who are holding a valid five-year (or longer) Multiple Journey Visa issued by Singapore and who have visited Singapore at least three times in the past 12 months and have no adverse record in Singapore.
How to apply?
To apply, PRC passport holders can bring their passports with remaining validity of at least six months, a recent colour passport-sized photograph and other relevant documents to:
- Changi Airport,
- Woodlands Checkpoint;
- Tuas Checkpoint; or
- Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) Building.
Enrolment is on a voluntary basis and those aged 17 or younger must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Documentary proof of their relationship must be presented.
How much does it cost to apply?
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