Italian citizens residing in the territorial jurisdiction of Singapore and Brunei duly registered with the AIRE (Register of Italians Residing Abroad) can apply for passports at the Embassy of Italy in Singapore. For information on how to register with AIRE, click here.
To apply for a passport, an appointment under “Consular services” section must be made through the online booking system at the following link: Prenot@mi.
The passport renewal application can be submitted no earlier than seven months from the expiry date indicated in the document unless lost (police report has to be filed and presented), damaged or run out of pages.
The new passport will be issued on the same day of the appointment barring unforeseen circumstances.
Documentation to be sent in advance by email
- Copy of the passport Application Form, duly completed and signed by the applicant;
- Copy of the applicant’s passport stating his/her personal details and the names of the issuing authority.
To be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Documents to be presented at the Consulate:
- Original copy of the passport’s application form, duly completed and signed by the applicant;
- Current passport, if available;
- If the passport is lacking, a self-identification document can be presented pursuant to D.P.R. 445/2000;
- 2 recent photographs (identical, face front, coloured with white background, 35 x 40 mm format), taken less than 6 months ago, in compliance with ICAO international standards;
Adult applicants only can now be digitally photographed by our office camera at this Embassy for issuing their passports. It is, therefore, not required from the adult applicants to present either passport photos mentioned above or the hard copy of the completed application form, which will be digitally printed by the consular officer in charge during the appointment.
Italian citizens, parents of minor children, starting from 14 June 2023 will no longer need to present the other parent’s consent for the purpose of issuing their own passport (pursuant to D.L. 69/2023).
Specifically, the new article 3-bis of Law 1185/1967 indicates that, when there is a concrete and current danger that the partner may escape from fulfilling his obligations towards the children once transferred abroad, it will be possible for the other parent to request an injunction against the release of a new passport.
The application can be presented to the competent judge at the ordinary Court in which the minor has his habitual residence or, if the minor is resident abroad, the Court of the city where the children are registered AIRE.
Note that for the purposes of issuing documents for minors, the obligation remains for the consent signed by both parents or by those who exercise parental responsibility.
The passport fee is subject to quarterly exchange rate between euros and Singapore dollars (EUR / SGD). To check the updated amounts, please, refer to the Consular Fees. The total amount of the administrative fee and the passport booklet’s fees is to be paid at the time of issue in cash or by NETS.