Visa

WHAT IS A VISA?

 

A visa is an official document issued by a foreign government that permits entry into their country. Visas have various expiration dates. They may be 10 days, 30 days, or 60 days – or longer. Once your visa expires, you will no longer be able to stay legally in that country. Visa requirements may be different from one country to the next according to purpose and reason of visit.

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WHAT ARE SOME POPULAR VISA DESTINATIONS FOR INDIAN CITIZENS?

USA

DUBAI

SINGAPORE

AUSTRALIA

THAILAND

CANADA

WHAT ARE SOME COMMONLY ISSUED VISAS FOR INDIAN CITIZENS?

 

TOURIST VISA


  a visa that allows you to visit a country for a short time on holiday.

BUSINESS VISA


a visa issued to  travelers who intend to conduct permissible business activities and attend meetings that do not constitute labor or employment in a specific country.

TRANSIT VISA


A transit visa is a travel document allowing you to pass through another country until you reach your destination.

WORK VISA


A work visa authorizes you to seek and take employment in the country that issues it

STUDENT VISA


Student visa is an official document issued to students to help them enter different countries and pursue education there.

WHAT ARE DIFFERENT CATEGORIES FOR VISA ISSUAL?

 

E-VISA


An electronic Visa or e-Visa is an official document that permits people to enter and travel within a country. To apply for an e-Visa, people have to visit the Visa issuing website of the country they wish to visit and select the option for getting an e-Visa. They have to enter their details and pay the Visa fee.

STAMP VISA


A visa stamp is the physical document that is placed in your passport by the consular officer of the country you are visiting. The stamp is issued after you submit verifiable documents and  your application is processed by the government body in charge of issuance.

VISA ON ARRIVAL


Visa on arrival means that travelers must obtain a visa in order to enter the destination country, but it can be obtained upon arrival. Visitors do not need to apply for a travel visa beforehand.

WHAT IS THE PRICE OF A VISA?

  • The price of the visa you’re applying for will be determined by the type of visa, the country of visit and the current exchange rates of currency. 

WHAT ARE THE COUNTRIES INDIANS CAN TRAVEL TO WITHOUT A VISA?

 

BhutanNepal
IndonesiaSeychelles (permit on arrival)
JamaicaSenegal
SerbiaTrinidad and Tobago
Haiti (for up to 90 days)Micronesia
EcuadorDominica
VanuatuSvalbard
Saint Kitts and NevisGrenada (for up to 90 days)
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (for up to 30 days)Montserrat (for up to 180 days)
Turks and Caicos (for up to 90 days)El Salvador & Macau

WHAT ARE SOME COUNTRIES WHICH ISSUE VISA ON ARRIVAL FOR INDIAN CITIZENS?

Usually, to obtain a visa on arrival, the immigration officials examine the visitor’s passport, collect the stipulated visa payments and subsequently issue the visa.

Few countries also collect the visitor’s biometrics as a part of their on-arrival visa issuance procedure.

The on-arrival visa is usually issued at major points of entry to the country – like large ports and airports. You should, therefore, look up the information about where the visa will be issued when you arrive in the country. The following table illustrates the list of countries offering on-arrival visa facilities to Indians.

 

ThailandMaldives
LaosMauritius
CambodiaBolivia
Hong Kong (Need to do pre-arrival Registration)Fiji
PalauMacedonia
Saint LuciaEthiopia
TuvaluMauritania
ComorosGuinea Bissau
GuyanaTogo
Cabo VerdeAngola
BarbadosCook Islands
Iran (apply online & obtain ‘Submission Notice’ before departure)Kiribati
Nigeria (only pre-approved VOA)Samoa
SurinameTunisia
SomaliaKenya
ZimbabweRwanda & Jordan

WHAT ARE THE VARIOUS STEPS TOWARDS ACQUIRING A VISA?

 

The visa application process differs from country to country. Each country has its own set of rules when it comes to accepting visa applications. Normally, an applicant needs to go through the following steps to obtain a visa: 

 

Step 1: 

Select the type of visa you are applying for.

Step 2: 

Next, check your eligibility.

Step 3: 

Fill the online application form entering all required information.

Step 4: 

And finally appear for the visa interview(if required) along with all required documents at a select embassy.

WHAT ARE THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR VISA?

  • PASSPORT
    * Original passport issued within 10 years
    * Valid for 6 months beyond the last intended date of departure * Should contain at least 2 blank visa pages
    * Should have no alteration or handwritten amendments in the data pages

     

  • PHOTOGRAPH
    * Three recent colored passport size photographs (35 mm wide by 45 mm high without border) and taken within the last 6 months
    * 50% – 69% of each image’s total height should comprise of the applicants face
    * Image must be taken against a plain white background

     

  •  INVITATION
    * Official invitation from inviting company mentioning the purpose of the visit/inviting

     

  • PROOF OF SUFFICIENT FUNDS TO TRAVEL
    *Employed applicants must produce bank statements proving sufficient funds & employment
    * If self employed then their company’s bank statement is required
    *If being sponsored then provide your sponsors bank statement
    * All applicants must provide 6 months bank statement signed & attested by a bank official
    * All bank statements must be dated within the last week of application & be verifiable

     

  • INCOME TAX RETURNS
    * Income tax return assessment for the last 3 years in case the applicant is employed
    * If self employed then provide company’s last 3 years of ITR
    *If being sponsored provide income tax return of the person sponsoring your trip

     

  • NOC
    * NOC from Employer (if employed) along with ID card copy / Business card
    * NOC from School / Institute along with Xerox of ID card (in case of student / minor

     

  • SUPPORTING FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS
    Examples –
    *Fixed Deposits, Property Investments, Recurring Deposits, any other Investments etc

     

  • OTHER DOCUMENTS REQUIRED
    *Personal Cover Letter (For Employed – Plain paper/ For Self-Employed – Letterhead)
    *GST Copy (If self employed)

 

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