i am planing to marru Pak gir
- Hi i have a GF who is Pak who really loves me and she has come on vist visa to UAE and i am indian orgin working in UAE and planing to marry with her so i need to know what are the rules if i take her to india and how the visa process i have to do in UAE please let me know . on below mail email@example.com
- —Guest Sk
- pakistan visa stamp on passport is a problem for USA visa..on tourist visa??
- —Guest kumari
Cannot Board Cruise Ship
- We are cruising and India is on the itinerary. We have tried to get our Tourist visa and the Canadian consulates either don't have a phone, don't answer them, or the message is full and another the message is not initialized. It is a disaster and now we find that we are in the lasst 2 days before we depart on our cruise and find out that we CANNOT board the ship because we don't have an Indian visa.
- —Guest Sharon Rand
- my Father was born in Burma and my grandparents(deceased)were born in Pakistan my Mother is white British I have never visted Pakistan in my life and wanted to go to India for my 50th Birthday in two weeks time, I have waited since jan for my visa my husband has visited the embassy 3 times with different information requested(bank details employee letter etc ect) they do not answer the phone(was originally given the wrong number) they do not answer emails (have sent at least 10) I have been told finally that my application is in Delhi before my father is Pakistani how utterly ridiculous I have now had to cancel my holiday at cost to me and am left with the dilemma of where to go for my 50th Birthday silly silly people and your stupid old fashioned rules.
- —Guest yasmin
- My family came back to India from US for good in 2001, my son was born in US and had a 10 year visa. He joined school here and has been living here since 2001. HIs visa expired in 2008. Now we are planning to visit singapore and would like to know what is the procedure for visa. He has a US passport. Answer: You'll have to go to the Foreigners Regional Registration Office in your city and get his expired Indian visa problem sorted out first.
- —Guest AM
absolute nightmare india visa system
- We're getting married in Goa my brother says - Yeah - a holiday! Now to get there... My dad's Indian, should be easy? Here begins the utter utter nightmare that is the Indian Visa system. The website - correction multiple websites, some linking to old outdated information. some new but antequated. took me 6 hours to decipher all the info and fill in 4 forms online and get them in a state for printing. everything is online, they say. except it isn't. You enter the details online, then need to save, and then print out - everything, and then (if you don't trust the mail) take it to a consultate office via VFS's office, who send it onto the high commission. make sure you get the right area (or India Mission as they call it) right. If you live in Yorkshire as I do, and you're not sending everything by post to London (who trusts the post with your passport) , then stuff goes to Birmingham - via Manchester. Makes sense! be sure to write the very long temp number during the application
- —Guest frustrated
visa for india
- hi, i born in india but i move in australia 11 years ago and i am australian citizenship and passport now, i am wondering if i need to get visa to go to india now to see my family. Answer: Yes, of course you do!
- —Guest guest aussie
Getting an Indian Visa whilst travelling
- I am a Canadian citizen. I will be travelling a whole year around south east Asia and Australia. I wish to visit India in December 2013. The Indian Embassy will not issue a visa that will permit me to enter India in December. Can I apply for the tourist visa in Australia closer to December? Answer: Yes, you don't need to be a resident or citizen of Australia to apply there. Here is the website: http://www.vfs-in-au.net/tourist.html
- —Guest Brian Monteiro
Medical Visa for Surrogacy
- How long is it taking to get medical visas for surrogacy since the new requirements were put into place? My husband and I are US citizens and we sent all our documents etc to Travisa on 2/21. Tracking says they were recieved by the India Consulate on 2/27 and since 3/4 pending approval with india government. It's now 3/8 and no change. When can I expect an answer? Anyone had any luck getting medical surrogacy visa since the rule change? Thanks
- —Guest Intended Parent
- india embsy cancel my thailand visa i dont know why. i ask him why he say i dont know
- —Guest dev
INDIAs VISA POLICY IS SELF DESTRUCTING
- I live in the UK,and love tHe Indian culture and religion..but the absolute hassle and The £92 fee for 1 tourist VISA is an absolute joke! If you see a good deal on a holiday site..say to Goa for example..you sure as hell are not going to bother with India and its stupid Rules. If a tourist has a return ticket and is in India for less than 30daYs,then whats the bloody issue with the Indians. We are spending money in your country,and hElping your economy you morons. How can one respect such jokers up the top,when the rest of the population live by comman sense?
- —Guest Jenny
Two months out no longer applies
- As of November 26, 2012 there is no longer a requirement to be out of the country for 2 months! Thankfully! To get a new 6 month tourist visa you can go to Columbo, Sri Lanka or Katmandu, Nepal and it takes a little over one week to process the visa - be prepared to stay 2 weeks. If you are American and have a 10 year visa then you simply have to fly to an airport out of India and return on the next flight back (if you didn't want to visit the country you've just arrived in :)
- —Guest DestinationOM
- i am indian got married with pakistani .and now have a 10 month baby paki national.my baby got indian visa for 30 days but i want to extent his visa so will u please help me. Answer: Sorry, it's difficult to provide help here as this isn't a question and answer forum. It's simply a place where people can share their experiences.
- —Guest dilraj
an absolute joke
- I have never been so frustrated about applying (and paying a huge sum) for visas. It is a disaster, with multiple checklists, letter of consent, inconsistencies in the "advice" - a national embarassment, but the sad thing is, no one from the government gives a toss; only visiting because I have to, not out of choice
- —Guest frustrated
- We are from Afghanistan. I and my wife have M visas and our two minor children have T visas. We all had to go to the doctor for the treatment, and we did. Our treatment completed on Feb 07 2013. Afterwards, we applied to the office of UNHCR in New Delhi for Refugee Status. We will be interviewed at the end of March 2013 and our result will be out at the end of June. However, our visas expire at the end of Feb 2013. I went to FRRO to extend our visas, but they said I should bring a certificate for them from a recognized hospital in which my doctor says his/her patient needs e.g. 1/2/3/4/5....months more so that his/her treatment will be completed, then, they can extend our visas. As I said before, our treatment already completed and our doctor will not issue such a certificate to us. My questions is: If, for example, UNHCR doesn't accept our Refugee Status and our Visas are expired (for 6 or 7 months) and we need to go back to our home country, what will happen? Regards
- —Guest Jan Faisal