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  • Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal Guns N' Roses

    Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal Guns N' Roses Performance at Gardens by the Bay, April 18, 2015

  • APAO Bill Gilbert

    Public Affairs Section Singapore Launches Girls Power Program With Hewlett Packard

  • Deputy Chief of Mission Blair Hall

    Mar.17: Deputy Chief of Mission Blair Hall Motivates and Plays Tennis With The Girls Of SportCares

  • Ambassador Kirk Wagar

    Mar.12: Ambassador Wagar Delivers Keynote Address to 2015 APCAC Business Summit

  • (L-R) Kishore Mahbubani; U.S. Ambassadors Kirk Wagar (Singapore), Joseph Yun (Malaysia); Derek Mitchell (Burma) and Senior Official Bob Wang

    Mar.11: Panel Discussion on "Expanding U.S. Engagement in Asia" with Regional U.S. Ambassadors

News from the Embassy

  • Earth Day
    Obama Proclamation on Earth Day 2015

    Apr.21: As he proclaims Earth Day 2015, President Obama says that as caretakers of our planet, we all have an obligation to combat climate change and protect our e...  Fact sheet »

  • Secretary John Kerry
    Remarks by Secretary John Kerry at the SelectUSA Investment Summit

    Mar.24: "We've also learned that investment, innovation, and trade are not just the principal engines of a strong economy; they are the principal engines of a strong society."   video »

  • EducationUSA
    New EducationUSA Website Now Live!

    EducationUSA is a U.S. Department of State network of over 400 international student advising centers in more than 170 countries. The network promotes U.S. higher education to students around the world by offering accurate, comprehensive, and current information about opportunities to study...  

  • Michelle Obama speaks at the annual Building a Healthier Future 2015 summit in Washington
    Michelle Obama: Let’s Ensure Every Girl Can Learn

    Mar.16: “We cannot address the issue of girls’ education unless we are also willing to confront the complex issues that keep so many girls out of school,” Michelle... 

  • Fulbright Programs in Singapore
    Fulbright Program in Singapore

    Application Now Opens for the Fulbright Singapore Student Program 2016-2017 

  • Secretary of State John Kerry speaks to the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva
    Kerry: Advancing Universal Values at U.N. Human Rights Council

    Mar.3: The United States supports the U.N. Human Rights Council “because we strongly believe in its mission and its possibilities,” says Secretary of State John K... 

  • State of Rights
    State of Rights

    “State of Rights” is a public diplomacy initiative that brings together experts and citizens for an interactive dialogue on global trends that affect both emerging powers and fledgling democracies. By using the Twitter hashtag #StateofRights, online audiences can join the discussion...  

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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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    Information Resource Center
  • IRC Outreach Publication
    IRC Outreach Publication


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Announcement - ESTA

  • Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA):  Effective November 3, 2014 those seeking to travel to the United States from countries in our Visa Waiver Program (VWP) will be required to provide additional data fields of information in the travel application submitted via the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA).   More on Enhanced ESTA FAQ


  • 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.

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