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New Rules for an Indian Visa

April 29, 2019 by iamkumar  

India is one of the quickest mounting sources of outbound travel. As per the United Nations World Tourism Organization, the number of Indian visitors visiting abroad nations may cross the 50 million mark by 2020.

The Indian passportpresently enables Indians to go without a visa or with a visa on arrival to 59 nations. Zimbabwe is one of the most recent expansions to the list. However, Indians still need visa approval before travel to the USA and the greater part of Europe country.

Though, in what comes as minor help to Indian passport holders, visa rules have been loosened up a bit. There is a new visa rule set up and if you hold an Indian passport, this may comfort your travel a bit.

Pay a glance at the new e visa India rules which have come into effect recently.

In case you're going through the international zone of any air terminal in France, you needn't bother with an airport travel visa anymore.

If you hold a legitimate visa for the USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Japan or any of the Schengen nations, you may now get a tourist visa on an entry in Oman. This is extendible to your partner and kids too. The tourist visa is substantial for one month and costs 20 Omani Riyal.

UAE is presently conceding a 10-year visa to very talented experts and financial specialists who are eager to visit the nation. These visas are conceded to experts in science, drug and research. Visas are likewise being allowed to “exceptional students."

A single entry e-visa valid for 30 days is available for Indians. The application for this e-visa needs to be submitted only 3 days before the intended trip.

In an order to make Saudi Arabia a more moderate Islamic nation, ladies over the age of 25 years would now be able to go to the nation on a tourist visa regardless of whether they are not joined by a man.

Israel has now reduced its visa fee for Indian passport holders from Rs 1,700 to Rs 1,100. You need to apply for a visa in the B2 visa category if you want to take the benefits of the new price.


It is simpler for Indian passport holders to head out to Japan. While applying for a momentary visa or a various entry visa, the candidate will never again need to give a letter clarifying the purpose behind the visit or demonstrate an employment certificate.