The Singapore visa application for an Indian citizen requires an NOC certificate. I currently work in a start up and there is no official letterhead. A travel agency that I contacted told me that the letterhead is mandatory. How should I go about this?

  • Note : The travel agency through which I applied (Thomas Cook) asked for a copy of my work ID card on looking at my application. – Prajeeth Emanuel Feb 16 '17 at 14:31
  • Nope. I work at an incubator and had the ID card they issued me. What should one do if he/she doesn't have ID? – Prajeeth Emanuel Feb 16 '17 at 18:56
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    Yeah. Two of them had a difference of opinion – Prajeeth Emanuel Feb 16 '17 at 19:03

Startups are famously flexible in the way things are done, which in your case is a good thing. It will only take twenty minutes for someone in your HR Department to prepare a letterhead for your purpose.

Note that in Singapore, it is mandatory to mention the company registration number (UEN No.) on invoices and letterheads and other official stationery of the Company, if any.

A sample of a NOC can be found here

Make sure you get the authority of someone in responsible for HR/Administration to sign off on the paperwork.

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