Can you work for free on a tourist visa?
Thinking of doing some good while you’re touring the US? Volunteering in America with a tourist visa is feasible, so long as the nature of your volunteer work agrees with the rules of the US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) and the US Department of Labor.
How long can you stay in Singapore without a visa?
You do not need a visa for tourist or business visits up to 90 days. Visit the Embassy of Singapore website for the most current visa information. The U.S. Department of State is unaware of any HIV/AIDS entry restrictions for visitors to Singapore.
How long I can stay in Singapore as a visitor?
You can stay up to 30 days during each visit, and no minimum gap is required between visits. If you plan to exit and re-enter the country numerous times, you need to apply for a new visa. Singapore does not issue double and multiple-entry visas.
Every other country who was not mentioned on the tables above is exempt from holding a Singapore visa. Visa-exempt nationals can stay in Singapore without a visa for a maximum of 30 days except for the following countries, who are allowed to stay for 90 days: Do I Need a Visa to Transit Through Singapore?
Can I work in Singapore if I have a long-term visit pass?
If you are holding a Long-Term Visit Pass (LTVP or LTVP+) issued by ICA, you can work in Singapore if you get a Letter of Consent (LOC). You first need to find a job in Singapore and get the employer to apply for an LOC for you. LTVP and LTVP+ holders are not affected by the changes to the work arrangements of Dependant’s Pass holders.
Do you need a visa to travel beyond Singapore?
If you plan on regional travel beyond Singapore, make sure that your passport is valid for at least six months beyond the date you plan to enter other countries in the region. You do not need a visa for tourist or business visits up to 90 days.
Can a US citizen travel to Singapore?
U.S. citizens seeking to enter Singapore as short-term visitors will generally not be permitted to enter Singapore unless they have been issued a SafeTravel Pass or have an approval letter of entry from the relevant government agency in Singapore.