ICA: PRC TOURISTS TO BE GIVEN VISAS WITH 10 YEARS VALIDITY FOR TRAVEL TO SINGAPORE

Singapore is extending the validity of visas issued to Chinese nationals for a maximum of 10 years after recording a fall in numbers from this source market in 2014.

The Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) announced today that from June 1, Multiple Journey Visas for Chinese nationals will be extended to 10 years, with the same right also extended to the traveller’s spouse and children under 21 years old.

Chinese travellers who have previously visited Singapore and whose visa application is supported by relevant Singapore agencies will automatically be granted visas with 10-year validity when they apply.

The visa application procedure itself and fees remain the same, and eligible Chinese travellers will be allowed to make use of the automated immigration clearance at Singapore’s entry points.

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