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  • Ambassador Kirk Wagar

    Sep 25: Ambassador Wagar opened the new EducationUSA Center in Singapore at the Stamford American International School...

  • Corporate Community Day, September 27, 2014

    Sep 27: American Chamber of Commerce Corporate Community Day with Ambassador Kirk Wagar and his wife Crystal Wagar

  • Ambassador Kirk Wagar

    Sep 11: Marking the Thirtheen Anniversary of 9/11

  • Erinn Westbrook

    Aug 20-23: Erinn Westbrook's "From Harvard to Hollywood" Asia Tour

  • Ambassador Kirk Wagar

    June 5: "A Vote of Confidence: U.S.-ASEAN Economic Ties" remarks by Kirk Wagar, U.S. Ambassador to Singapore at Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

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    U.S. Embassy- donated ebooks The U.S. Embassy, National Library Board (NLB), and LASALLE College of the Arts are continuing our strong partnership with a new ebook initiative. NLB members can check out the first Embassy-donated ebooks. Keep checking back for more titles to be added soon along with ereaders available for checkout at the libraries.
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  • IRC Outreach Publication
    IRC Outreach Publication


  • Ambassador Kirk Wagar

    Are you an American living overseas? U.S. Ambassador to Singapore Kirk Wagar has an important message for you.


  • YSEALI Call for Application - YSEALI Generation Workshop: Power of Human Capital, Singapore, December 3-7, 2014.

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Emergency Contact

  • Emergency Contact

    In an emergency involving an American citizen living or traveling in Singapore, you can reach us 24 hours a day/7 days a week via the Embassy Switchboard number:

    Calling within Singapore: 6476-9100

    Calling from the United States:  001–65-6476-9100



  • ESTA

    Singaporean passengers and passengers from other countries eligible for travel to the U.S. under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) must obtain authorization through the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA™) and pay a US$14 fee prior to initiating travel to the United States.  The public is encouraged to file their applications through the cbp.GOV site, and avoid the excessive fees charged by “.com” sites.