Indian High Commission in Singapore suspends consular services amid COVID-19 spread

India House, which houses the office of Indian High Commission. Photo courtesy: IDF, Singapore
India House, which houses the office of Indian High Commission. Photo courtesy: IDF, Singapore

The Indian High Commission in Singapore has announced the suspension of consular services with effect April 1, 2020 to help contain the spread of COVID-19. 

In a social media post, the mission said that all services related to issuance of Visa, OCI Cards, attestation of documents, surrender/renunciation Certificates and other miscellaneous services shall remain suspended at the High Commission of India, Singapore till further orders. 

The mission, which is led by HE Jawed Ashraf, has also requested applicants to not visit the High Commission. 

Passport applicants however can submit their applications to the mission’s outsource agency M/s BLS International offices located at Little India and Anson Road.

Additionally, the High Commission has said that Attestation and Police Clearance Certificates, pending at the High Commission, will be shared via emails with the applicants.

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