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Visa to India Online Application

The eVisa is an official document required to enter and travel inside India. It is not required to meet with the Indian embassy or consulate at any time. You can apply for your visa easily online at least 4 days before arriving in India. Once you have applied online, it will be reviewed by the Ministry of Interior Affairs, once approved, you will receive your eVisa via email as a pdf file. This online application has been designed to streamline the visa to India process, making it as easy as possible. Currently, travelers from over 160 countries are eligible to apply for a number of different electronic visas online. Processing: 1-4 business days


Allowed Activities for Tourist eVisa

Allowed Activities for Business eVisa

Allowed Activities for Medical eVisa


Complete Online Application

Step One

After payment is captured, the eVisa application will be reviewed and submitted to Immigration Control for approval. Processing can take up to 1-4 business days.


Receive eVisa Document

Step Two

After the application is approved, the applicant will receive the eVisa document via e-mail. Print the document and keep with travel documents.


Arrival into India

Step Three

Once in India, you will be asked to present the eVisa document by an Immigration agent. Always keep an extra copy of the eVisa document while in India



Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, US Citizens and visitors need a valid visa and passport to enter and exit India for any reason. If your stay is shorter than 60 days you can apply online for a tourism, business, or medial e-Visa through Visatoindia.org

India no longer provides foreign citizens visas on arrival like they have in the past. A valid visa needs to be obtained before arrival in the county to avoid being denied entry.

Available ports are: Ahmedabad (AMD), Amritsar (ATQ), Bagdogra (IXB), Bengaluru (BLR), Calicut (CCJ), Chandigarh (IXC), Chennai (MAA), Chennai Seaport, Cochin (COK), Cochin Seaport, Coimbatore (CJB), Delhi (DEL), Gaya (GAY), Goa (GOI), Goa Seaport, Guwahati (GAU), Hyderabad (HYD), Jaipur (JAI), Kolkata (CCU), Lucknow (LKO), Mangalore (IXE), Mangalore Seaport, Mumbai (BOM), Mumbai Seaport, Nagpur (NAG), Pune (PNQ), Tiruchirapalli (TRZ), Trivandrum (TRV), Varanasi (VNS), and Vishakhapatnam (VTZ)



Requirements for travel to India on a short term e-Visa

1. Your passport needs to have at least six months’ validity from the date of arrival to India. Your passport needs to have at least two blank pages required for stamping by the Immigration Officer.
2. You need to have a return ticket or ticket of your onward visit and sufficient money to support your stay in India.
3. If you are of Pakistan-origin or you have a Pakistan passport, then you will have to apply for a regular visa at Indian Mission.
4. Unavailable to Laissez-passer travel document holders or Diplomatic/Official Passport Holders.



E-VISA APPLIES FOR CITIZENS OF FOLLOWING COUNTRIES


Andorra
Anguilla
Antigua & Barbuda
Argentina
Armenia
Aruba
Australia
Bahamas
Barbados
Belgium
Belize
Bolivia
Brazil
Cambodia
Canada
Cayman Island
Chile
China
Colombia
Cook Islands
Costa Rica
Cuba
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
El Salvador

Estonia
Fiji
Finland
France
Georgia
Germany
Grenada
Guatemala
Guyana
Haiti
Honduras
Hungary
Indonesia
Ireland
Israel
Jamaica
Japan
Jordan
Kenya
Laos
Latvia
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
Malaysia

Mauritius
Mexico
Micronesia
Monaco
Mongolia
Montenegro
Montserrat
Mozambique
Myanmar
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Niue Island
Norway
Oman
Palau
Palestine
Panama
Papua New Guinea
Paraguay
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Republic of Korea
Republic of Macedonia

Russia
Saint Christopher
Saint Lucia
Saint Vincent
Samoa
Seychelles
Singapore
Slovenia
Solomon Islands
Spain
Sri Lanka
Suriname
Sweden
Taiwan
Thailand
Tonga Turks & Caicos
Tuvalu
UAE
Ukraine
United Kingdom
USA
Uruguay
Vanuatu
Vatican City-Holy See
Venezuela
Vietnam

Overview of eVisa Implementation

In 2014, the government of India released the online electronic tourist visa (e-visa). This was created to encourage and promote easy travel to India. At this point, travelers no longer had to visit an embassy. In 2017, India updated its electronic visa program and introduced subcategories for business, medical, and tourists visits

Cruise Arrivals

Visitors arriving in a cruise ship, are allowed entry into India twice (2) with the eVisa. If your cruise will make more than 2 stops in India, you are not eligible for eVisa and will need a regular visa. If one of your arrival seaport is not listed below, you are not eligible for eVisa and will need a regular visa. Available seaports are: Cochin seaport, Chennai seaport, Goa seaport, Mangalore seaport, Mumbai seaport.
Visitors arriving in a cruise will no longer need to provide biometrics. This measure has been waived until December 31, 2020.