Our simple online application costs just $50
If you are a Singapore citizen and wish to change your name in the Singapore government records, what you need to do, is sign a document known as a deed poll. Your signature on the deed poll needs to be witnessed by a qualified lawyer in order to be valid.
After the deed poll is signed, it has to be submitted to the Singapore Immigrations and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) where your new name will be updated in the Singapore government records. Submission of the deed poll can be done either in person at the ICA Building, or via soft copy at the ICA website.
Do note that ICA charges a processing fee for this service, which is not included in our charges.
We can assist with the preparation of the deed poll, and arranging for our lawyers to witness you signing it. Please use our online submission form to begin the process.
Please note that online deed poll submissions cost $50. If however you wish to complete the deed poll offline [i.e., in person by walk-in/appointment] it is $100.