How can I apply for new IC in Singapore?

How much does it cost to create a new IC in Singapore?

Replacement Fees For Replacement Of NRIC Due To Loss

ICA charges a replacement fee is $100 for the first loss and $300 for subsequent losses. Payment can be made using NETS, NETS FlashPay or CashCard. If your lost NRIC is found after a replacement has been issued, your old NRIC must be returned to the ICA.

How do I get a new NRIC?

Replacement of NRICs must be applied for in person at ICA in Singapore. If you are unable to apply for a replacement NRIC in person at ICA within 14 days, you need to inform ICA of the loss by email at

Can I replace my IC online?

Login to our e-Service using your Singpass 2FA to complete the online application form. You will need to pay a S$60 fee using: Visa or MasterCard credit/debit card.

How much does a new NRIC cost?

The cost of replacing an NRIC is about S$60. Citizens pay S$10 and the balance of S$50 is subsidised.

Do I need to carry IC in Singapore?

The National Registration Identity Card (NRIC) is the compulsory identity document issued to citizens and permanent residents of Singapore. … Re-registrations are required for persons attaining the ages of 30 and 55, unless the person has been issued with an NRIC within ten years prior to the re-registration ages.

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How much does it cost to make a new IC?

You will need to pay the following fees: S$10 for Singapore citizens. S$50 for Singapore permanent residents.

Is Nric same as fin?

NRIC Number: This is for Singapore Citizens or Permanent Residents of Singapore. FIN: This is for Foreign Individuals who work/reside in Singapore and hold a Work Pass Card such as an Employment Pass or an Immigration Pass issued by the Ministry of Manpower (“MOM”).

How do I know my IC issue date?

The date of issue can be found at the back of your NRIC. For national servicemen, please approach your unit chief clerk for the date of issue stated at the back of your NRIC. For new cards with a QR code, you can use the SGWorkPass app on your mobile phone to scan the QR code for the card’s date of issue.

How long does it take to get new IC?

The processing time for the replacement of an IC is one month. Upon receipt of payment, you will be issued with a collection slip providing the date from which the new replacement IC will be ready for collection.

How many times can I change my name in Singapore?

How Many Times Can You Change Your Name in Singapore? There are no restrictions on the number of times you can change your name.

What can you do with someone’s IC?

with a person’s NRIC number and the right system access you would be able to find out:

  • date and time of birth, as well as which hospital (if the person was born in Singapore, otherwise it would just be country of birth)
  • father’s name.
  • mother’s name.
  • address.
  • schools attended.
  • hospitalization records.
  • immunisation records.
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