Requirements for Singaporeans
Along with most other countries around the world, travelers or persons conducting business in the Schengen Zone will be required to apply for the visa-waiver, providing a number of details in the process. However, because the ETIAS for France acts as a visa-waiver, there is no need to visit any physical embassy or consulate during the application process, but there are a number of requirements.
ETIAS France Personal Information
The ETIAS application for France should only take a few minutes for Singaporean travelers to fill out. During the application, travelers will be asked to provide certain details about their history of health, their history of security, and of course standard points of data. Questions about applicants’ names, passport information, and current residency can be expected, as well as the aforementioned more detailed questions about their medical and security history, which will all then be cross-checked against the data that the European authorities already have to ensure that there are no potential security risks.
Applicants should have all of this information (name, passport number, passport date of expiry, contact details, and place of birth) on hand before they begin their application to ensure a smooth process.
Documents That I Need for France ETIAS
Medical Info for Singaporean
In most cases, your domestic medical care will not cover the costs of any medical attention you receive while in France. For this reason, it is recommended that you purchase insurance for the duration of your stay in France and the Schengen Zone. In some cases, you will be denied care should you not be able to pay up front. A “Feuille de Soins” or treatment form is also available for you to inquire about reimbursement.
Should you require medical attention while you are in France, you can contact an operator by dialing either 15 or 122.
ETIAS Application for France for Singaporean citizens
Before submitting the application, be sure to double-check each section for accuracy as any incorrect information, including an errant keyboard strike, could be grounds for a delayed or denied application.