Ambasciata di Svizzera a Singapore

Ambasciata di Svizzera a Singapore
Ambasciata di Svizzera a Singapore © DFAE

Le attività dell’ambasciata in quanto rappresentanza ufficiale della Svizzera riguardano tutti i campi importanti per le relazioni diplomatiche tra i Governi dei due Paesi. L’ambasciata rappresenta gli interessi svizzeri in ambito politico, economico, finanziario, giuridico, scientifico nonché della formazione e della cultura.

Compiti dell’Ambasciata

COVID-19

Check the website of the Swiss health authorities on the current situation in Switzerland and for possible further local updates check our page on Facebook.

Transit through Singapore: Changi Airport allows transit with authorised airlines. Transit lanes are specifically granted airline-by-airline and are limited in scope. Travellers wishing to transit through Changi Airport are encouraged to contact their chosen airlines directly to ensure they are able to complete their full journey.

Entry into Singapore for Swiss short-term visitors: With very few exceptions, short-term visitors are not allowed to enter Singapore.

Entry into Singapore for Swiss citizens residing in Singapore: The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) is restricting the entry/re-entry of work pass holders, including their dependents, into Singapore. All work pass holders are required to obtain the MOM’s approval before they commence their journey to Singapore. Moreover, long-term pass holders (this includes holders of a Long-Term Visit Pass (LTVP), a Student’s Pass (STP), and those with an In-Principle Approval (IPA) for a Long-Term Pass) who are planning to enter Singapore must obtain the permission of the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority before they commence their journey to Singapore.

Furthermore, incoming passengers must submit online health declarations up to three days before arrival. Arrivers then must serve a Stay-Home-Notice (SHN) for 14 days at government-designated premises.

More permissive rules apply to travellers from select countries. Singapore allows entry for all travellers, including returning Singapore residents, from Australia (except Victoria State), Brunei, New Zealand and Vietnam. Passengers must register online on the Safe Travel portal at least 7 days before the planned entry date and must have remained for the last 14 consecutive days before entry in the before mentioned countries. Travellers must self-isolate until results from an on-arrival Covid-19 test are ready, those who test negative are exempt from the compulsory SHN, though they must still use the Trace Together App.

Travellers from Macao, Mainland China, Malaysia (excluding Sabah), Taiwan and Hong Kong countries/regions undergo a reduced 7-day SHN, and are allowed to serve the SHN at their place of residence instead of a designated SHN facility.

For binding information, consult the website of the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority and work pass holders the Ministry of Manpower before traveling to Singapore.

Register the Swiss “Travel Admin App” on your smartphone so that you can be contacted by the relevant Swiss embassy in an emergency.

If you wish to fly to Switzerland, please find here a list of airlines currently (PDF, 241.3 kB, English) (as of 7 September 2020) flying from Singapore to Europe. Please contact airline for binding information.

Entry into Switzerland from Singapore:
Who can enter Switzerland?
• Swiss citizens, EU/EFTA and UK nationals
• Spouses and descendants (of the said national or spouse) under the age of 21 of Swiss citizens, EU/EFTA and UK nationals, irrespective of their nationality
• Holders of a valid Swiss resident permit L / B / C / Ci
• Holders of a national visa type D (family reunification, students etc.)

With few exceptions, short-term (Schengen visa type C) applications remain suspended since 18 March 2020. Persons from third countries (like e.g. Singapore) wishing to enter Switzerland for tourism, visit etc. remain subject to strict entry restrictions.

Travellers entering Switzerland from Singapore are currently not required to undergo a mandatory self-quarantine for 10 days in Switzerland unless they spent, within the last 14 days before departure, time in a risk destination (new infections above 60 per 100’000 within last 14 days) according to a regularly updated list by the Federal Office of Public Health.

For additional information, please consult the webpage of the State Secretariat for Migration SEM or contact the Embassy.

Consular services: The Consular Section continues to be operational except for visa services (see “Entry into Switzerland from Singapore”). Swiss citizens can visit without appointment during the public opening hours.

Relevant sources of information:

Ministry of Health, Singapore
Official push notifications per WhatsApp (Singapore): www.go.gov.sg/whatsapp
MoH general enquiry hotline: +65 6325 9220

Immigration & Checkpoints Authority, Singapore

Ministry of Manpower, Singapore

Federal Office of Public Health, Switzerland

World Health Organization WHO

International Air Travel Association IATA

FDFA Travel Advice, Focus Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) , in German, French, Italian

Helpline, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA):
+41 800 247 365
+41 58 465 33 33
helpline@eda.admin.ch

Communication of 05.03.2020 (PDF, 321.9 kB, Inglese)

Communication of 17.03.2020 (PDF, 488.7 kB, Inglese)

Communication of 25.03.2020 (PDF, 233.5 kB, Inglese)

Communication of 02.06.2020 (PDF, 303.6 kB, Inglese)

Embassy Newsletter 1/2020

Embassy Newsletter 2/2020

Embassy Newsletter 3/2020

Messaggio di benvenuto

Messaggio di benventuo dell’Ambasciatore

La Svizzera e Singapore

Diplomazia e impegno svizzero nel settore dell'educazione, della cultura e dell'economia

Servizi

Rivolgetevi alla rappresentanza svizzera sul posto di documenti d'identità, pratiche di stato civile, notificazioni di partenza/arrivo, domande sulla naturalizzazione ecc.

Posti vacanti

Bandi di concorso locali e condizioni di ammissione per i praticantati

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