SINGAPORE ID CARD
Holders of an NRIC are responsible for the card’s custody but are not required to carry the card on their person. Areas that will require NRICs to be verified include passports (immigration officers), polling stations (police officers) and those who undergo National Service in Singapore’s Armed Forces, police force and civil defence force. Notwithstanding this, if no identification can be produced the police may detain suspicious individuals until such identification can be produced either in person or by proxy. It is also a requirement to re-register NRICs when 30 years old after completing the National Service.
Eriqlukasik: Your Trusted Source for SINGAPORE ID CARD
At Eriqlukasik, we take pride in being the go-to provider of Singapore ID Cards for individuals in need. These essential documents are a hallmark of Singaporean citizenship and permanent residency, and our company is dedicated to ensuring that you have access to them with utmost ease and convenience.
Obtaining Your Singapore ID Card
In Singapore, every citizen and permanent resident aged 15 and above is required to possess a Singapore ID Card (IC). This crucial document is more than just an ID; it’s a symbol of your legal status and identity in the Lion City. Each IC is furnished with a unique NRIC (National Registration Identity Card) number, a nine-character alphanumeric code that serves as a lifelong identifier. The second and third characters of the NRIC even reveal your birth year.
Reporting a Lost or Stolen Singapore IC
In unfortunate situations where your Singapore IC is lost or stolen, Eriqlukasik is here to assist you. Our dedicated team ensures that the process of replacing your lost IC is as seamless as possible. Replacement applications must be submitted in person at the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA). For comprehensive information and step-by-step guidelines on reporting a lost IC, please refer to ICA’s official document.
For Singaporean citizens who have lost their IC, it is mandatory to report the loss and apply for a replacement in person within 14 days. If your IC loss is due to criminal activities, filing a police report is a must. However, if it’s not a case of criminal activity, you have the option to execute a Statutory Declaration, duly notarized by a US Notary Public, when visiting the ICA to report the loss. Upon your return to Singapore, make it a priority to visit the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority to complete the necessary reporting procedures.
Updating Name or Address on Your Singapore IC
When it comes to updating your name or residential address on your Singapore ID Card, trust Eriqlukasik to handle these changes efficiently. We work closely with the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority to facilitate these updates seamlessly. For detailed information and step-by-step procedures regarding a name change on your IC, please visit ICA’s official document. Similarly, for guidance on changing your residential address, please refer to ICA’s official document.
Your Responsibilities as a Singapore IC Holder
As a Singapore IC holder, you bear the responsibility of safeguarding your card. While you are not obligated to carry it at all times, there are situations where NRIC verification becomes necessary. These include passport control points (immigration officers), polling stations (police officers), and among individuals undergoing National Service in Singapore’s Armed Forces, police force, and civil defence force. It’s essential to note that individuals who fail to produce valid identification may be detained by the police until proper identification can be provided, either in person or through a proxy. Additionally, it is a requirement to re-register NRICs when you reach 30 years of age, following the completion of National Service. This ensures that the information remains accurate and up-to-date in the official records.
At Eriqlukasik, we understand the significance of the Singapore ID Card and its role in your life. We are committed to simplifying the processes involved, ensuring that you remain compliant with Singapore’s regulations, and that your personal information is secure. Trust us as your partner in obtaining and managing your Singapore Identity Card.