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Asked by Ms.Ashlyn from USA | Jul. 15, 2009 20:13
About:China Embassy in U.S.A.

I am a US Citizen looking to visit family for 1 month next year in Singapore. They will be there for 2 years. Do I need a Visa, or a Passport? If so, what type of visa do I need to apply for? Answers are greatly appreciated.

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Answered by Mr.Brandon | Jul. 15, 2009 22:55
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The holder of a United States passport, with a validity of six months or longer, does not require a visa to visit Singapore as a tourist, for business or for social visit purposes. The visitor must be in possession of a confirm onward or return air ticket, sufficient funds and entry facilities to the visitor’s ultimate destination. The period of stay permitted is at the discretion of the immigration officer in Singapore and is normally for 30 days.
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