Easier travel to many Japan, Uzbekistan, and Myanmar Transit visa no longer required for Indians transiting through French airports Indian women can travel to Saudi Arabia unaccompanied by men More and more Indians are traveling abroad every year. While some countries do offer visa on arrival and visa-free travel, a visa is still needed in most places. If you’re … [Read more...]
From the Indian Ocean to the magnificent peaks of Himalayas, the massive South Asian country of India has a history that dates back to 5 millennia. India is known for its breathtaking terrain that's covered in icy peaks on the northern side and sun-drenched beaches towards the south. India is also known for its ancient temples, monuments, and fortresses.
From the delicious vegetarian thali to deliciously spiced meat and thousands of varieties of sweets the food in India is glorious. The artistic heritage, ancient traditions, glorious landscapes and a wide variety of food that causes you to crave for more this nation is known for its remarkable diversity.
If you wish to visit India as a tourist or to visit your friends and relatives you require a tourist visa which is valid for a period of 30 days. The India Tourist Visa on Arrival (TVoA) allows travelers from 43 counties to visit India as a tourist, for a medical treatment, for a business visit or to meet loved ones.
To obtain this visa you need a valid passport, proof showing that you have enough money to cover your expenses in India, flight tickets, enough proof showing that you don't intend to work during your stay in India, that you intend to leave the country before your visa expires, and that you are willing to keep the laws of this country.
There are more than countries that offer visa on arrival to Indians. Cambodia lets an Indian stay in the country for around 30 days with a visa obtained on arrival Indians visiting Jordan can get a Visa on Arrival for a duration of 2 weeks A list of countries offering visa on arrival to Indians There are many countries that offer visa on arrival to Indians. Before we … [Read more...]
Indians migrating to OECD countries are increasing and are looking for new shores. In this article, we discuss which are the OECD countries, how many Indians are migrating and much more. Well, Indians have a long history of migrating to other parts of the world. In fact, one in every twenty migrants is believed to be Indian. Since the United Nations began tracking migrants … [Read more...]
In 2017, India welcomes over 1 crore foreigners. Of these, over 3.6 lakh people had to visit an FRRO office for visa related services. In an effort to remove this discomfort and make the experience of visiting India better, the Home Ministry has launched a web application – e-FRRO or e Foreigners Regional Registration Office. This application will offer a number of services … [Read more...]
The places to which Indians are migrating are changing? Did you know that more Indians are moving to Norway, Sweden, and Belgium? Let us find out the changing trends of citizenship and why it happens. While a visa can let you explore a foreign country and even work in it temporarily, if one were to settle in there, this would not be enough. A permanent residency status or … [Read more...]