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The staff at Global Visas can help you to obtain your ideal visa to India – for work, study, tourism or domestic reasons. Whether you are an individual or a business client, we can offer you comprehensive immigration services. If you need advice about your India visa application, you can get in touch with Global Visas by taking our free assessment. An adviser will call you back within 24 hours to discuss the different visas for India.
Below is a summary of the main categories of India visas. For information on long-term or permanent residence, see the Indian Immigration section.
Indian visas for students
Foreign nationals can apply for a student visa to study in India for a period of up to five years. Research visas are also available to new applicants, or to those wishing to convert their student visa at the end of their studies. For more information see the Indian Student Visa page.
Indian visa for business/employment
Business visas are for foreign nationals wishing to enter India for business-related activities like conferences and meetings. But to take up employment in India, applicants will require a work permit/employment visa, which covers a huge variety of occupations. For more about the duration of these permits, or help with your India visa application form, contact Global Visas.
Journalist visa for India
Most foreign nationals may enter India on a journalist visa for up to 180 days without the need to register. Different rules apply to nationals of Pakistan and Afghanistan. For longer stays, however, journalists must register with the relevant Foreigners Regional Registration Office (FFRO) or Foreigners Registration Office (FRO). Visa extensions are possible both for accredited reporters and freelancers.
Foreign nationals may obtain a medical visa (MV) or medical attendant visa (MXV) to cover a period of medical treatment in India. For short-term visits (up to 180 days) most applicants will not need to register once they are in the country. Different provisions apply to nationals of Pakistan and Afghanistan. For more details see the Indian Medical Visa page.
India visa for tourists
Foreign nationals can obtain a tourist visa for sight-seeing, recreation or visiting family. These visas are not extendable or convertible and applicants will normally have to wait at least two months before they can re-enter India on another tourist visa. Foreign nationals from nine countries also have the right to apply for a single-entry tourist visa on arrival. For more information about the types of tourist visa India can issue, contact Global Visas.
Global Visas can help with your India visa requirements
Asking Global Visas for advice on your Indian visa application can save you time and make the whole process seem less stressful. Our consultants are fully qualified to handle any immigration enquiries. If you need guidance on filling out your Indian visa application form, take the Global Visas free assessment.
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