FAQs

    11 . Can I apply for a visa at the airport?

    No, you cannot apply for a visa at the airport. You need to have an e-Visa before travelling to India. Then you can get the visa stamp in your passport when you arrive.

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    12 . Who can apply for an e-Visa?

    Citizens of 160 countries, including the United States, can apply for an e-Visa. The e-Visa is for people visiting India for business, treatment, recreation, sightseeing, visiting friends or relatives and so on. People of Pakistani origin cannot get an e-Visa.

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    13 . How does the e-Visa work?

    The e-Visa is emailed to you within a few days of you applying online. You need to print the e-Visa off and take it to India with you. When you arrive in India, you will get a visa stamp in your passport.

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    14 . What is the SEPA Transfer?

    The SEPA is in short for The Single Euro Payments Area which is a single market for euro-denominated payments
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We are a commercial website. If you use our service to get an e-Visa, you will have to pay our service fee and an Indian Government Fee. We will give you advice and support to help you with your e-Visa applications. You will have your e-Visa updated frequently, and get a decision on your e-Visa from us. If you do not use our service, you can apply in person at the Indian embassy in your country or by using the official Indian Government website. The cost of this is lower, but you do not get a refund if your e-Visa application is rejected.