Singapore Visa for Lebanese Citizens
Apply for Visa to Singapore from Lebanon
People from Lebanon are eligible to apply for Singapore visa. The application procedure is entirely online, and you can get the eVisa sent to your email within just a few days.
To apply, you need to have a few basic requirements to fulfill. If you have all the right papers in hand, the application process will take just 5 minutes to complete.
With Singapore eVisa, you can stay in Singapore for 30 days for tourism, event, or business purposes.
Why Singapore Visa Online?
Ease of Application
Applying for a Singapore eVisa is much simpler than going through traditional channels. You can complete the application from the comfort of your home or office.
Generally, online visa applications are processed faster, and you can receive your Singapore eVisa in as little as 9 to 12 working days.
No In-Person Visits
With the online process, you don’t need to make a trip to the Singapore embassy or consulate.
Track Your Visa
When you apply for a Singapore visa, you’ll get an account with us. You can track your visa from the account and get to know the updates
Package of Singapore Visa for Lebanese Citizens
Requirements of Singapore Visa for Lebanese Tourists
- You need to have a valid Lebanese passport.
- Your passport needs to be valid for at least six more months from when you plan to go to Singapore.
- You are required to upload a digital copy of the main page of your passport. You can check out the passport example to see how it looks.
- In the case of a Lebanese child applicant, a separate visa needs to be issued. It doesn’t matter if the child has their own passport or if they’re listed in their parent’s passport.
- In these situations, parents need to share their passport number and include a copy of the passport page with the child’s details.
- You need to upload a recent passport-size photo of yourself on your application form.
- This photo should have been taken within the last three months from the time you filled out the application.
- Make sure that the background behind you in the photo is white.
- In the picture, your whole face should be clear and easy to see. Also, don’t wear anything on your head, unless you have to for religious reasons. Even then, it shouldn’t cover your face
- You can check the photo examples to see how it’s done.
- Travel Tickets: You need to attach your inbound and outbound travel tickets while submitting the application. If you don’t have them, we can assist you in getting them.
- Hotel Booking: You also need to have a confirmed hotel reservation in Singapore. If you don’t have one, we can help you with that as well.
- SG Arrival Card: After you get your visa approved, you need to fill out a card called the SG Arrival Card. Everyone has to do this, no matter where they’re from. When you arrive in Singapore, you need to show this card along with your eVisa.
Additional Requirements of Singapore Visa for Lebanese
Sometimes, the immigration department might need more papers from you based on your application. In such cases, we will be in touch with you soon. We will explain what you need to do and guide you through the process.
Processing Time of Singapore eVisa for Lebanese Peoples
It usually takes about 9 to 12 work days to work on your application (Excluding the day you send it, weekends, and holidays).
To avoid delays, make sure you have all the papers you need and some extra time.
We also recommend that you apply for your visa at least three (3) weeks before you plan to come to Singapore.
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Do Lebanese need a visa to Singapore?
Yes, people from Lebanon have to get a visa before they can go to Singapore.
How to get a visa for Singapore?
You can apply for Singapore e Visa or an Online visa. The e Visa is faster and can be received via email in a few days only.
How much does it cost to get Singapore eVisa?
The Singapore eVisa cost may vary depending on Immigration updates and the processing nature. To know the latest processing fees, we recommend you to visit this page regularly.
How long does it take to process a Singapore visa for Lebanese citizens?
Normally, it takes around 9 to 12 work days for applications from Lebanon to be processed. But sometimes, this time might become shorter.
Why my Singapore visa is rejected?
If your visa request isn't accepted, the Singapore immigration won't tell you why it happened. However, you can decide to try again and re-apply.
How long can I stay in Singapore without a valid visa?
The Singapore eVisa lets you stay for 30 days in a row from when you arrive. But once this time is over, it's against the rules to keep staying in Singapore, and this can get you in trouble. It's better to leave the country before your eVisa time is finished.
Can I extend my eVisa in Singapore?
Absolutely, you can do that. If you want to extend your eVisa, just send us an email. We'll tell you what you need to do next. Just remember, you should ask for an extension when your visa is still valid.
What happens if I overstay in Singapore?
If you overstay in Singapore, you will violate Singapore's immigration laws, which is considered a severe offense. The consequences of overstaying can include fines, a ban, detention, deportation, and even blocklisting.