Singapore Electronic Arrival Card for citizens of Uzbekistan

Singapore Electronic Arrival Card for citizens of Uzbekistan

iVisa | Updated on May 25, 2020

IMPORTANT: Uzbekistan citizens who plan to visit Singapore are obligated to obtain the visa and Arrival Card to enter Singapore. Click here and review the details and instructions for this document.

Back in August 2019, the Singapore Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) introduced the Electronic Arrival Card to substitute the traditional paper Disembarkation/Embarkation Card (DE Card). In iVisa, we are assisting travelers and giving them all the help to save time and avoid lines to obtain the Singapore Arrival Card. (the arrival card doesn't replace a visa. If you aren't out of a visa-exempt country, officers in the airport will ask to view your visa. In that case, we recommend that you consult the closest embassy.)

The application for the Electronic Arrival Card can be submitted. The minimal processing time is 3 days along with the final decision of approval or denial will be sent to your email address. The document you receive have a validity of Single Entry, and it allows you to remain in Singapore for 14 days Per Entry.

Click here and get all the information about the Singapore eVisa.

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MOST COMMON QUESTIONS:

Which documentation do I need to present in order to enter Singapore?

  • Singapore eVisa - Uzbekistan is one of the fortunate countries whose citizens are entitled to a Singapore digital visa. As a result, all nationals can avoid a visit to the embassy and apply online with us. The course of action is easier, shorter, and more convenient. It is possible to apply from home any time of day or night.

  • Singapore Arrival Card - We do not offer you this item yet, but fear not, as long as you've got your eVisa, you won't have any difficulty accessing Singapore. In the not too distant future, you'll also be able to get your arrival card here, which means that you may proceed with your trip without any worries. Stay tuned for any more updates from your visa processing service.

What documents do I need to apply for the Electronic Arrival Card?

You must get these documents when applying online:

Passport valid for 6-month from the arrival date, travel information, and credit/debit card or PayPal account for the payment.

It is possible to submit an application for an Electronic Arrival Card beginning 14 days in advance of your arrival in Singapore.

iVisa gives you three options when it comes to processing period (each with a different cost.) You are able to select between this options:

  • Standard 24 hours - USD 20.00.
  • Rush 4 hours - USD 35.00.
  • Super Rush 30 minutes - USD 70.00.

For how long can I use my Arrival Card?

The document you receive will be valid for 14 days after issued or until passport expires from the arrival date.

Is there any additional information for the Singapore Arrival Card?

All nationalities are eligible as long as you aren't a working pass traveler or a cruise passenger. The Arrival Card may only be used for a single entry. But if you are planning on going into the country more than once over the 14 days per entry of validity, please contact us prior to applying. Please remember that The Singapore Electronic Arrival Card doesn't guarantee entry into the country.

Customs officials may decide whether to allow entry into a visitor upon arrival. We advocate that citizens of Uzbekistan apply for this Electronic Arrival Card a minimum of one day before their visit to Singapore. Please note, you cannot apply before 14 days before your trip.

With the Singapore Arrival Card, all you need to show upon arrival is the passport. The Arrival Card isn't a visa. Travelers of nationalities may need to present a visa upon arrival to Singapore. Some nationalities must present a yellow fever vaccination card or other documents specified in their own visa application.

IMPORTANT: The Arrival Card on its own is not sufficient to enter Singapore, it is also vital to receive an eVisa. Click here to learn more about your eVisa

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