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Singapore visa processing time

Singapore visa processing time
iVisa | Updated on Jan 16, 2019

A trip to Singapore may entail you getting a visa. Of course, depending on which country you originate from, you may not have to apply. This is because the visa policy of Singapore contains a list of 34 nationalities that are visa exempt. At the same time, other 15 are eligible for a Singapore electronic visa, which means that those who qualify can apply online instead of paying a visit to the nearest diplomatic mission.

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To find out in which category you are, you can use iVisa’s Visa Checker. It is a simple feature that will spare you the trouble of going over Singapore’s visa policy itself. All you have to do is choose your nationality from the drag-down menu on the left and add Singapore in the menu on the right. The result will tell you whether or not you need a visa, and if you do, it will lay down your options. If you are eligible for a Singapore e-visa, you can apply on the spot. If not, you will be provided with a list of embassies where you can apply.

What is iVisa’s Singapore visa processing time?

iVisa takes great pride in satisfying its customers, and one of the reasons why they are happy with its services is the speed with which we process applications. Furthermore, iVisa gives you more than option so that you can choose how fast your Singapore e-visa is issued and how much you want to pay for it. As you can imagine, the more urgent is your request, the more you will be charged. Here is a list of the Singapore visa processing time options:

  • Standard processing time – this is the cheapest option you have at hand. Most people go for it. You can too if you like to plan ahead of time. But even if this is the slowest option, you still get your Singapore visa pretty fast. Your application is processed within 72 hours. As for price, you will be charged $57. Keep in mind that it takes 72 hours during business days.

  • Rush processing time – the option at hand is not the slowest, but not the fastest either. It is the ‘in-between] processing time, but it comes in handy for some people. It takes 24 hours for your visa to arrive in your e-mail inbox, and it costs $87.

  • Super Rush processing time – as you can imagine, this is the fastest processing time you have at hand. It is ideal for emergency situations. You have to wait only 18 hours for your Singapore e-visa to be issued. Of course, this is the most expensive option. You will be charged $122 if you choose the Super Rush processing.

If you are wondering when you must express your option, it is the first step of the online application form. You will be given all your options, and every single one of them will have the price so that you can see.

As you can see for yourself, iVisa moves pretty fast to get you what you need. It definitely beats waiting for a consular visa. Plus, it is a lot easier to apply for. You do not have to go anywhere, the application process is short and simple, and you can have your Singapore e-visa in as little as 18 hours. It does not get any better than that.

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