Apply for Indian Visa Online

It's easier and faster

Indian Government simplified Indian Visa Application procedure, you can apply online for all visa (including Indian e-Tourist Visa, e-Business, e-Medical, e-Conference, or e-Medical Attendant visas). You can upload supporting documents, passport, photographs and pay for your Indian visa application online. It's faster and easier to apply online India e visa.

Basic Documents Requirements for All Application:

  • A clear and coloured scanned copy of the Passport biodata page of the traveler in PDF, JPG or PNG format.
    • Passport must be valid for at least 6 months with two blank pages
  • A recent colored clear photograph, showing your current appearance, full face, front view with a plain white or off-white background, no glasses.

Business e visa additional documents:

  • Invitation Letters from company / Invitation letter for business visits
  • A Business card / Visiting card of the travelling person or a letter from applicant Company which justifies the purpose of travel.

Medical Attendant e Visa:

  • The relative patient already has an e-medical visa that serves them alone and it can be granted only to a maximum of 2 family members.

Conference e Visa:

  • Proof of the address of your residence
  • A formal letter of invitation from India.
  • Evidence of political clearance by MEA
  • Evidence of MHA event clearance


  • Travel itinerary (Details about places to visit).
  • Hotel bookings.
  • International Travellers should have a return ticket or onward journey ticket,with sufficient money to spend during. his/her stay in India.
  • Invitation Letters from family. And Identity card / Passport / Alien card / Entry permit of the host.

3 Simple Steps to Obtain Indian e Visa Online!

Step 1

Apply online

Secure, Hassle free online application saves time and check status online.

Step 2

Upload documents & Payment

Submit your online application with required documents and make payments.

Step 3

Receive e-Visa on email

Electronic visa will be sent on your registered e-mail from Indian government website.

Apply for Indian Visa Extension

All foreign visitors can extend their Indian visa through online services. It is a completely online process and you do not need to visit the FRRO/FRO office. And no need to make an appointment to visit the our office. Go through to apply Indian visa extension.

Emergency / Urgent Indian Visa Application (Process within 1 to 3 Days)

You can easily avail the facility for urgent processing of your Indian Visa by applying through the Fast track Visa Services we provide. This facility is specially for those who want an e-visa issued urgently in case of emergency travels or you did not have time to prepare or forgot to get a visa for India just by paying some additional charges. The applicant can get their Urgent Visa within 1 to 3 days. To avail the expedited service, you can apply now for Emergency / Urgent Indian Visa.

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  • 1. International Travellers whose sole objective of visiting India is recreation, Sightseeing, casual visit to meet friends or relatives, short duration medical treatment or casual business visit.
  • 2. Passport should have at least six months validity from the date of arrival in India. The passport should have at least two blank pages for stamping by the Immigration Officer.
  • 3. International Travellers having Pakistani Passport or Pakistani origin may please apply for regular Visa at Indian Mission.
  • 4. Not available to Diplomatic/Official Passport Holders or Laissez-passer travel document holders.
  • 5. Not available to individuals endorsed on Parent's/Spouse's Passport i.e. each individual should have a separate passport.

Travel to India & COVID-19 Travel Update

  • All travellers should (i) submit self-declaration form on the online Air Suvidha portal before the scheduled travel
  • Upload a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR report. This test should have been conducted within 72 hrs prior to undertaking the journey.
  • Arrival in India without negative report shall be allowed only for those traveling to India in the exigency of “death in the family”.
  • All passengers shall be advised to download Aarogya Setu app on their mobile devices.
  • Biometric details of the applicant will be mandatorily captured at Immigration on arrival in India.

W.e.f 2359 hours of 22nd Feb 2021, international arriving passengers can only apply for exemption in case of 'Death in a Family'. Air Suvidha Exemption Request Form For International Arriving Passengers To India / RT-PCR Negative Certificate not required if one has Approved exemption due to death in the family. Exemption of Covid Test for International Passenger Form sample.

It is mandatory for all international arriving passengers to upload a negative RT PCR certificate while filling the self declaration form.
Your application reference number is SRXXXXXXXXXXXXX ( reference)
Passengers must carry application printout or soft copy to present at the airport.

All International arriving passengers are required to fill the self-reporting form as mandated by the India Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. Air Suvidha is an online system for International passengers to submit mandatory Self-Declaration Form to declare their current health status. This form is mandatory and should be filled anytime before boarding. check the sample of Self-Declaration

As per the state rules of Karnataka, Kerala, and Odisha, all asymptomatic passengers will undergo home quarantine. All asymptomatic passengers having the first airport of entry located in these states, have to undergo 14 days mandatory home quarantine.

Ail travellers subjected to self-paid confirmatory molecular tests on arrival a the Indian airports concerned (port of entry) Book test as

  • Ail travellers to submit self-declaration form online on Air Suvidha Portal ( before the scheduled travel
  • Upload a negative RT-PCR report, conducted within 72 hrs prior to undertaking the journey & also submit a declaration with respect to authenticity of the report
  • Give an undertaking on the Air Suvidha Portal or to Ministry of Civil Aviation through concerned airlines before the journey, to abide by the decision of concerned authority to undergo home quarantine/self-monitoring of health for 14 days
  • Arrivai in India without negative report to be allowed only for those traveling in the exigency of death in the family
    • To seek such exemption travellers shall apply to the online portal ( at least 72 hrs before boarding
    • The décision taken by the govt as communicated on the online portal will be final

Before Boarding

  • Do’s & Don'ts to be provided along with ticket to travellers by the airlines/agencies concerned
  • Boarding to be allowed only to those passengers who have filled in the Self Déclaration Form online & uploaded the negative RT-PCR test report

During Travel

  • Suitable announcement about COVID-19 including precautionary measures to be made at airports and in flights and during transit
  • While on board required précautions such as wearing of masks, respiratory hygiene, hand hygiene etc. to be observed by airline staff, crew & ail passengers

On Arrival

  • Deboarding to be done ensuring physical distancing
  • Thermal screening of all the passengers at the airport. The self-declaration form filled online to be shown to the airport health ies
  • Passengers found to be symptomatic during screening to be immediately isolated and taken to medical facility as per health protocol
  • Passengers who have been exempted for pre-arrival RT-PCR testing will show the same to the respective State counters.
  • They will be prioritized for sample collection in the designated area, samples collected and permitted to exit the airport
  • They shall monitor their health for 14 days (subject to negative test report of the sample taken at the Airport)
  • Passengers who have uploaded RT-PCR negative certificates online to be allowed to leave the airport/take transit flights and will be required to undertake self-monitoring of their health for 14 days
  • They will also be provided the list of the National & State level surveillance officers & the respective call centre numbers, in case they develop symptoms any time during the quarantine or self-monitoring
  • Travellers arriving through seaports/land ports to undergo the same protocol, except that facility for online registration is not available for such passengers currently
  • Travellers to submit the self-declaration form to the concerned authorities of Government of India at seaports/land ports on Arrival

All travellers to submit Self-Declaration Form (SDF) online at before the scheduled travel and will be required to declare their travel history (of past 14 days)

  • Whether they plan to disembark at the arrival airport or take further flights to reach their final destination in India
  • The passengers will need to display the transit receipt SDF to State authority/Govt officials at the airport for segregation
  • All the passengers to carry a negative RT-PCR report, conducted within 72 hours prior to undertaking the journey
  • To also be uploaded on the online portal (
  • Airlines to allow boarding only to those passengers who have filled in the SDF online & uploaded the negative RT-PCR test report
  • Travellers will be segregated in-flight or while disembarking to facilitate the authorities to follow the due protocol
  • Relevant information to be prominently displayed in arrival area and waiting area of the airports of Arrival
  • All travellers subjected to self-paid confirmatory molecular tests on arrival at the Indian airports concerned (port of entry)
  • Adequate arrangements to be provided for passengers at the airport for confirmatory molecular test & test results duly following effective isolation
  • Streamlined systems at the concerned airports for testing to ensure seamless sampling, testing & waiting arrangements
  • Airports can provide options for online booking of the confirmatory molecular test, offline booking, and digital payment facilities to be
  • Sample collection cum waiting lounge to follow all sanitization & physical distancing related guidelines issued by Health Ministry
  • Concerned States/UTs to set up help desks at concerned airports to facilitate implementation of the SOP
  • Transit travellers who tested negative, to be allowed to take their connecting flights and to remain home quarantine for 7 days & regularly followed up by the concerned State/District IDSP
    • To be tested after 7 days and if from quarantine isolated in an institutional
    • All those tested positive to be isolation in an institutional isolation facility

Activities Permitted : Attend technical/business meetings

  • Continuous stay during each visit should not exceed 180 days.
  • If the intention is to stay for more than 180 days, then you should register with concerned FRRO/FRO within two weeks after the expiry of 180 days of your arrival in India.
  • You should also be required to register with the FRRO/FRO concerned in case the aggregate stay in India exceeds 180 days.
  • Multiple entries will be granted within e-Visa validity period stamped on your passport. For Tele Enquiries (IVRS enquiry) call at +91-11-24300666.Please use 00xxxxxx as key