Singaporean citizens get visa-free to Uganda for 90 days. However, to extend the stay after 90 days, Singaporeans must apply for a visa. The following are the documents required to be eligible for Uganda visa-free:
- A valid Singaporean passport: Applicants must present a Singaporean passport in order to qualify for an Uganda visa-free. Singapore passport must have at least 6 months remaining validity on the date of travel and have at least 2 visa pages clear of stamping.
- A copy of the passport's biographical information.
- A photograph of the applicant: The photo should be taken recently and on a white background.
- Verify travel plan: You may need to provide a copy of your flight itinerary or your travel plan to Uganda.
- Yellow fever vaccination certificate: Travelers also may need to provide a yellow fever vaccination certificate.
- A credit or debit card: for e-visa payment. See the Uganda e-visa fees section.
- Depending on the purpose of your visit, you may also need to provide additional documents such as a letter of invitation, a work permit, or proof of accommodation.
It's important to note that visa requirements can change at any time, so it's always a good idea to check with the Ugandan embassy or consulate in your country or visit the Uganda Immigration Services website for the latest information and requirements before you apply for your visa.