Starting in 2012 appointments are now required for all routine American citizen services. This includes passport renewals for adults and minors, report of birth abroad, adding visa pages, and notaries.
It is possible to have several services during the same visit to the Embassy. Please make a separate appointment for each individual service.
To make and cancel an appointment, please visit the U.S. Citizen Services Appointment System.
Scheduled appointments will be automatically cancelled for applicants who arrive more than fifteen minutes after their scheduled time. Applicants who arrive late will be required to make a new appointment via our website. Please plan accordingly, and arrive at the Embassy at least fifteen minutes before your appointment time to go through security and enter the waiting room.
New Passport Pick Up Hours
To better serve our customers, as of May 2, 2013 we have expanded the hours for passport pick-up! The new hours are:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday
8:30am – 12:00pm and 1:30pm – 3:00pm
Be sure to check the Embassy website for Consular closure dates.
Please do NOT take a Q-number for passport pick-up.
Security Message to U.S. Citizens: Demonstration in Medan, September 18, 2012
A July 4th Voting Reminder, July 5, 2012.
Security Message for U.S. Citizens in Singapore, February 17, 2012 (PDF 26.3 KB)
- April/May 2013
- February/March 2013
- December 2012/January 2013
- October/November 2012
- August/September 2012 (PDF_177 KB)
- June/July 2012 (PDF_153 KB)
- April/May, 2012 (PDF_116 KB)
- February/March 2012 (PDF_165 KB)
- December 2011-January 2012 (PDF_108 KB)
- October/November 2011 (PDF_107 KB)
- August/September 2011 (PDF_86.5KB)
- June/July 2011 (PDF_123KB)
- April/May 2011 (PDF_496KB)
- February/March 2011 (PDF_419KB)
- December 2010/January 2011 (PDF_521KB)
Other Important Information:
APEC Business Traveler Card (ABTC)
The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum has established an APEC Business Traveler Card to help expedite business travel among APEC member countries. The United States is a "transitional member" of this program. The ABTC is not yet being issued to U.S. citizens. Please look online for answers to U.S. Participation in the APEC Business Travel Card (ABTC) Scheme - Frequently Asked Questions (pdf file)* about the ABTC. To track the progress of U.S. participation, please see the APEC website or contact the APEC Office, U.S. Customs & Border Protection, International Affairs & Trade Relations division by fax at 202-344-3549 or e-mail USA-ABTC@cbp.dhs.gov.
Applicants for consular services are advised that effective January 22, 2013, the Embassy will no longer accept U.S. currency as payment for consular services. The Embassy will accept payment by credit card (Master Card, Visa Card, or American Express), or in Singapore currency only.