The fee depends on the type of passport you apply for:
Standard 10-year 34-page passport – SGD $145, PHP 6,200
Large 66-page, 10-year passport – SGD $190, PHP 8,200
Passport for Minors, age 0 – 17 years, 5 year passport– SGD $70, PHP 3,000
Emergency Travel Document* - SGD $45, PHP2,000
Out of hours fee** - SGD $120, PHP 5,000
Passport Certification Fee*** - SGD $60, PHP 4,000
*This fee applies to both Emergency Travel Certificates and emergency passports.
**The fee is additional to the fee for the passport itself.
***This a standard consular fee that is charged for the verification or certification of any document.
* Additional communication charge of PHP 1,500 applies to applications for Emergency Passports from the Philippines
We regret that we cannot accept payment by debit or credit card. We accept payment by cash, cheque or postal orders, which should be made payable to the "Embassy of Ireland" in the relevant Singapore dollar amount.
Single entry visa: SGD $95 / PHP 3,600⁺
Multiple entry visa: SGD $155 / PHP 6,000⁺
⁺ Additional communication charge of PHP 400 – PHP 1,000 applies to visa applications from the Philippines, depending on category of visa
Certificat de coutume/Freedom to marry certificate: $100 / PHP 3,600
Additional fee for application submitted 28 days or less before intended marriage: SGD $100 / PHP 3,600
Legalisation/authentication of documents: SGD $60 / PHP 2,600
Fees must be settled in local currency in the office in which your application is submitted.
Payment by cash is acceptable for applications presented in person at the Embassy in Singapore or at the Honorary Consulate General in Manila. Please do not send cash by post.
You can pay by cheque payable to “Embassy of Ireland” for applications submitted in Singapore, or “Consulate General of Ireland” for applications submitted in Manila.
It is important to provide a full postal return address (not a P.O. Box address) and a contact number for all applications.
If you are not able to collect documents personally, you may arrange collection by your representative. In this case, a letter authorising the person to collect your documents on your behalf should be provided to the Embassy. You may also arrange for a courier to collect your documents; however you do so at your own risk.
The Embassy cannot accept responsibility for any documents or items lost in transit.