Voluntary Disclosure Programme
Under the Voluntary Disclosure Programme (VDP), individuals and companies are encouraged to voluntarily disclose their declaration errors and omissions.
Disclosure applies to all types of offences under laws and regulations administered and enforced by Singapore Customs.
Am I Eligible to Make a Disclosure?
You are eligible for this programme if your disclosure is:
- Complete, with all relevant information submitted and,
- Made before notification or commencement of audit checks and investigations
There is no fixed time period for making a voluntary disclosure.
How do I Make a Disclosure?
Please make a VDP submission using the Voluntary Disclosure form by logging in via your Singpass or Singpass (Corporate). Please note that Singpass should be used for individuals or self-registered traders with no UEN. Singpass (Corporate) must be used if you are making a disclosure on behalf of your company. Your submission should also include the following supporting documents:
|Types of Voluntary Disclosure
||Supporting Documents Required
Bill of Lading or Air Waybill
Other applicable documents
|Disclosure involving Strategic Goods
|Disclosure involving rules of origin under Singapore’s free trade agreements
||VDP-FTA or ROO Non-Compliance
Please note that your submission may be rejected if there is an omission in any information and/or document required.
You can send your queries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may refer to the FAQs on the programme.