India Visa

India Visa

India Visa

Select Your India Visa Type Below

  1. General Information and Eligibility
  2. India Tourist Visa Requirements
  3. India Business Visa Requirements
  4. India Transit Visa Requirements
  5. India Student Visa Requirements
  6. India Research Visa Requirements
  7. India Medical Visa Requirements
  8. India Medical Attendant Visa Requirements
  9. India Conference Visa Requirements
  10. India Employment Visa Requirements
  11. India Entry Visa Requirements
  12. India Journalist Visa Requirements
  13. India Missionary Visa Requirements
  14. India Re-Entry Visa Requirements

Visa Hunter’s Miscellaneous Tips for India Visas

  • India has many different visa types.  Fortunately, for those applying for the India visa within the United States, the visa procedure has been streamlined through Cox & Kings Global Services, the Embassy of India in Washington D.C.’s outsourcing agent.
  • If you are applying for an India visa from the United Kingdom, VFS global will be your go-to place to take care of all of your India visa needs.
  • The India visa process reminds me so much of the Brazil visa process in terms of the rule of reciprocity (basically what the United States or other countries does to citizens of India, India will do to the citizens of the United States/other countries).
  • I have known a ton of people who have gotten the visa for India (U.S. citizens and citizens of other countries).  The process is not rocket science.

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