Long-Term Visit Pass Application

The Long-Term Visit Pass (LTVP) is for the spouse, unmarried child or parent of a Singapore Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident. The Long-Term Visit Pass is valid for up to 2 years. LTVP holders can also work in Singapore under Letter of Consent (LOC)

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Eligibility Criteria to Apply for Long-Term Visit Pass

You will be eligible to apply for a Long-Term Visit Pass if you are a:

  • Spouse of a Singapore citizen 
  • Spouse of a Singapore permanent resident 
  • Unmarried child (aged under 21) or have been legally adopted by a Singapore Citizen/SPR
  • Parent of a Singapore citizen or Singapore permanent resident 

According to the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA), the following categories of people may also apply for the LTVP:

  • Graduate from an Institute of Higher Learning seeking employment in Singapore
  • Mother or Grandmother of a child or grandchild studying in Singapore on a Student’s Pass
  • Visitor seeking permission to give birth in Singapore

Long-Term Visit Pass Application Package

fr $300

  •  Verify the Candidate Eligibility
  •  Collate and Verify documents according to ICA requirements
  •  Online Filing of Long-Term Visit Pass application
  •  Tracking of the application status 
  •  Issuing of the In-Principle-Approval
  •  Physical Pass card collection on behalf of the client
  •  Provide with one-time Appeal if application become unsuccessful

Note : Excluding Mom application fee

Documents Required for Long-Term Visit Pass

Spouse of Singapore Citizen

  • Passport biodata page
  • Disembarkation/ Embarkation (D/E) number (if applicable).
  • Applicant’s recent passport-sized, digital, colour photograph taken within the last three months.
  • Letter of employment, stating date of commencement, designation and monthly salary (if applicable).
  • For those who are self-employed, a valid registration certificate from the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) and the company’s Profit and Loss Statement for the past 12 months (if applicable).
  • Payslip for the past 6 months (if applicable)
  • Certificate(s) showing highest level of academic qualification
  • Marriage certificate
  • Divorce certificate(s), if either or both of you have been married before
  • Letter of Long-Term Visit Pass Eligibility (LLE), if applicable.

Spouse of Permanent Resident

  • Passport biodata page
  • Disembarkation/ Embarkation (D/E) number (if applicable).
  • The applicant’s recent passport-sized, digital, color photograph taken within the last three months. 
  • Letter of employment, stating date of commencement, designation and monthly salary (if applicable)
  • For those who are self-employed, a valid registration certificate from the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) and the company’s Profit and Loss Statement for the past 12 months (if applicable).
  • Payslip for the past 6 months (if applicable)
  • Certificate(s) showing highest level of academic qualification
  • Marriage certificate
  • Divorce certificate(s), if either or both of you have been married before
  • Letter of Long-Term Visit Pass Eligibility (LLE), if applicable.

Unmarried Children and Parents of SC/SPR

For Unmarried children under 21 years of age

  • Passport biodata page
  • Disembarkation/ Embarkation (D/E) number (if applicable).
  • Birth Certificate and adoption documents (if any)
  • The applicant’s recent passport-sized, digital, color photograph taken within the last three months.

For Parents

  • Passport biodata page
  • Disembarkation/ Embarkation (D/E) number (if applicable).
  • The applicant recent passport-sized, digital, colour photograph taken within the last three months. 
  • Adoption papers, if any.

Steps To Apply for Long-Term Visit Pass

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    Step 1 - Consultation with an Expert

    Undergo a free consultation with us. We will also assess your profile to check your eligibility.

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    Step 2 - Preparation of Documents

    We will send you the checklist of documents you need to prepare prior to submitting your application.

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    Step 3 - Submission of LTVP Application

    After you’ve have complied with the necessary documents. We will then submit your application online.

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    Step 4 - Receive the Outcome

    Upon approval, an in-principle approval (IPA) letter will be issued. The IPA letter and it is valid for two months from date of issue, and does not equate to being issued an LTVP.

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    Step 5 - Medical Examination

    Undergo a medical check-up if it is stated in the IPA letter.

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    Step 6 - Long-Term Visit Pass Formalities

    The applicant and the sponsor will need to complete the formalities for the LTVP and collect the LTVP card in person at the ICA Building.

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FAQs About Applying For Long-Term Visit Pass

How long is the validity of my Long-Term Visit Pass?

LTVP is valid for up to 2 years and is renewable. 

Can I apply for LTVP while I am on a Visit Pass?

Yes, you need to apply for an LTVP with at least 10 days remaining on your Visit Pass. Visitors must have a valid Visit Pass at all times during their stay.

What is the difference between LTVP and LTVP+?

Foreign spouses of SCs who submit applications for LTVP would automatically be considered for LTVP+ if they are eligible. The LTVP+ provides foreign spouses of SCs a longer period of residency.

Can I work with my Long-Term Visit Pass?

You can work with your LTVP as long as you obtain a Letter of Consent (LOC). 

When can I renew my Long-Term Visit Pass?

For Long-Term Visit Pass (LTVP) holders, you can renew the LTVP at least 2 months before the expiration.

Can LTVP work part-time in Singapore?

Yes, if you are a holder of a LTVP, you may work part-time, provided that you obtain a letter of consent (LOC) from the Ministry of Manpower.

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