For overseas tourists, the Indian government has made it simple and convenient to obtain an Indian e-Visa. An authoritative and thorough explanation of all e-Visa requirements can be found on this page. It describes the types of e- visas available and the documentation that must be provided to meet the requirements for the e-Visa. It also lists the paperwork needed for each e-Visa category, including tourist, business, medical, and medical attendant. You can apply for an Indian e-Visa online without visiting the closest Indian Embassy after you are familiar with the documents needed for an Indian visa.
You can finish this process at your convenience using a tablet, laptop, or mobile phone. After that, you can bring an electronic copy of the Indian e-Visa the Indian government sent you to the airport. No passport must have a stamp or sticker attached to it.
It is necessary to submit the following documents to the Indian Embassy to apply for an e-Visa to India:
To enter India through the border entry points, you must present a printed copy of the Approved Tourist E-Visa on arrival.
The following special documents are required for the Business e-Visa for India in addition to the usual Indian Visa documents if you are travelling to India for business or trade:
The visitor will additionally be required to provide the following information if they are travelling to India to give lectures as part of the Global Initiative for Academic Networks (GIAN):
The following documents, which are unique to the Medical e-Visa for India, are necessary in addition to the normal Indian Visa paperwork if you are travelling to India as a patient to receive medical treatment from an Indian hospital:
In addition to the general Indian Visa documents needed, you will also need the following paperwork if you are travelling to India as a family member travelling with a patient who is seeking medical treatment from an Indian hospital:
You should be able to apply for the Indian Visa rather easily if you have all of the necessary paperwork prepared, are eligible for the visa, and are applying at least 4–7 days before your flight or the date you want to enter the country. The application form is really easy to understand. There shouldn't be any issues with applying for and receiving the Indian visa. However, you should contact us at the Indian e-Visa Support & Help Desk for assistance and direction if you need any explanations. The majority of your questions ought to be answered in the Frequently Asked Questions section.