Electronic Visa (eTV)
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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. VisatoIndia.org is not associated with the Government of India or any third parties that provide similar travel authorization services. We offer high-quality travel and immigration services to both individuals and legal entities for a service fee. Processing: 1-4 business days
After the eVisa application is received, it will be reviewed and submitted to the Ministry of Home Affairs for approval. Processing can take up to 1-4 business days.
After the application is approved, the applicant will receive the eVisa document via e-mail. Print the document and keep with travel documents.
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
|E-VISA APPLIES FOR CITIZENS OF FOLLOWING COUNTRIES|
|Andorra||Anguilla||Antigua & Barbuda||Argentina|
|Costa Rica||Cuba||Dominica||Dominican Republic|
|Palestine||Panama||Papua New Guinea||Paraguay|
|Republic of Korea||Republic of Macedonia||Russia||Saint Christopher|
|Saint Lucia||Saint Vincent||Samoa||Seychelles|
|Thailand||Tonga||Turks & Caicos||Tuvalu|
|UAE||Ukraine||United Kingdom||United States of America|
|Uruguay||Vanuatu||Vatican City-Holy See||Venezuela|
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
Visitors arriving in a cruise ship, are allowed entry into India multiple times with the eVisa. 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.