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I am holding a valid Singapore visa, but I have obtained new passport as the old one was full. I would like to travel Singapore in couple of days. Can I do this?

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    @traveller In that question, OP has lost their old passport. – MJeffryes Feb 26 at 9:02
  • My strong suspicion is that they will accept if you bring the old passport along. But need a confirmation from ICA. – Anish Sheela Feb 26 at 9:53
  • @MJeffryes Agreed - but the answer also covers travelling with both old and new passports, and transferring the visa, although admittedly that’s likely not possible in the timeframe. – Traveller Feb 26 at 10:10
  • @traveller If the question is different, it isn’t a duplicate. – MJeffryes Feb 26 at 11:02
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From the embassy website

I have an existing visa, but had just changed my passport. Can I extend my visa?

We do not do extension of visa. However, we can transfer your current visa from your old passport to your new passport. Please send both your original old and new passports (including current Singapore Visa), Form 14A application form, Australian contact details and a self-addressed envelope to the Singapore High Commission.

There is no fee charged for the transfer of visa to your new passport.

https://www.mfa.gov.sg/content/mfa/overseasmission/canberra/visa_information/faq_new.html

I think its not possible in a couple of days. However, you can call Immigration and Checkpoints Authority of Singapore in below URL to see if its allowed.

https://www.ica.gov.sg/contact-us

  • Where to submit the passports varies by country. You've quoted information for Australia. The OP is probably not in Australia and should check the Singapore embassy website for the country where he lives. – Michael Hampton Feb 26 at 16:33

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