Walk-ins for some Singapore driving licence services to cease from May 13

The Traffic Police will also use an online form for applications to convert foreign driving licences.

“This follows a previous trial, announced in July 2022, where holders of Malaysian driving licences could submit their applications for conversion of their foreign driving licences online via FormSG,” said the police.

Applicants will be updated on the outcome of their applications via email within six weeks.

“Only successful applicants will be given an appointment date and time to finalise the conversion process. During the appointment, applicants will be required to bring their supporting documents (both original and copy) to the TP headquarters for verification,” said the police.

Walk-ins for these services will still be allowed from Apr 29 to May 12. From May 13, all walk-ins will cease, with the exception of long-term visit pass holders renewing or replacing their driving licences.

“The Traffic Police would also like to seek the public’s continued understanding as it processes a high volume of applications for conversion of foreign driving licences, and that during the processing, time is required to authenticate the documents and ensure that the conversion eligibility criteria are met,” the police said.

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