How to Obtain a Visa (Assessment Level II countries)
Those who are citizens of an Assessment Level II country obtain visas in a way that is largely similar to that of their Assessment Level I counterparts. They are to complete Form 14A, and just as in the case of Assessment Level I citizens, it serves as their visa application.
The primary difference in application method lies in the documents required. These applicants need to have a completed copy of Form 14A, a passport with a remaining validity of at least six months on the date the applicant is to enter Singapore, and passport-sized photographs which have been taken within the preceding three months. However, for those who are from Assessment Level II countries, they will always require a completed Form V39A and a Letter of Introduction for Visa Application.
Applicants from Assessment Level II countries can expect to have their visa processed within five to seven working days after the authorized visa agent submits the application.
The Assessment Level II countries are Afghanistan, Algeria, Bangladesh, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kosovo, Lebanon, Libya, Mali, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, and Yemen.