The government of India has introduced a liberalised medical visa policy which will allow citizens to obtain medical treatment on other Indian visa types, such as the eVisa for tourism. The Consulate General of India has confirmed that foreign citizens visiting the country on an Indian eVisa for other purposes will now be exempt from […]
The majority of foreign citizens are required to obtain a visa for India to visit the country, no matter the duration of the stay or the purpose of the travel. The only two counties who can enter India visa-free, for unlimited periods of time, are Bhutan and Nepal. Most travelers will need a visa for […]
The government of India has announced that it is extending the availability of the Indian visa on arrival for nationals of the United Arab Emirates in a move to boost travel and improve trade relations between the 2 countries. An India visa on arrival (VOA) for UAE citizens is a double-entry visa valid for a […]
Just like many other countries around the world, India has implemented a new electronic system (the Indian eVisa) to assess tourist visa applications and grant travel permits to foreigners. This makes things easier for both tourists and the Indian government, who now has a streamlined process in place and can count on speedier screening at […]
India is a great place to enjoy a long vacation or during a gap year. However, overstaying an Indian Visa can have some severe consequences and should be avoided at all costs. With the number of foreign visitors now exceeding over 10 million people a year, the Indian government has introduced increasingly punitive and costly […]
The eVisa that was introduced by the Indian Government in 2014 has updated its system and the government has announced that the electronic visa system will incorporate Saudi Arabian citizens in a bid to facilitate the visa application process and increase tourism. When the Indian eVisa was originally launched in 2014, it was available for […]
Tourism in India is playing an important role in the country’s economy, and it continues to grow. On November 27th, 2014, the government of India introduced the eVisa for India, an electronic travel authorization available to citizens of 40 countries, which was called ETA. In 2015, the eVisa programme expanded and is now offered to […]
Every traveler that arrives in India with a valid India e-Visa will also receive a visa on arrival in the form of a sticker.