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: Swiss Consulate General in Bangalore, IndiaNo. 26, Crescent Park, Rest House Crescent, Bangalore 560 051, India
: (+91), 80, 4940, 2000 | : (+91), 80, 4211, 7813,
The Swiss Consulate General in Bangalore, India helps to maintain bilateral ties of the Indian government with the Switzerland government on cultural, social and economic fronts. This page contains information on Swiss Consulate General in Bangalore, India. It has up-to-date information about the address, website, social handles, phone numbers, opening hours, physical address, and email address of the Swiss Consulate General in Bangalore, India.
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Visiting : Consulate Appointment or Contact Swiss Consulate General in Bangalore.
Visiting the embassy or consulate is strictly by appointment which can be done through phone call during the official opening hours. Take note that the Switzerland embassy and consulate are in different cities and they may provide services that are not the same, always contact the embassy to confirm on how to proceed. The Switzerland Embassy is always closed during Switzerland and India public holidays.
Consular, Visa and Passport Services
The consulate provides services such as issuing Switzerland visas to foreigners, emergency evacuation of Switzerland's citizens, Issuance and renewal of Switzerland passports, and protecting Switzerland citizens and interests in India. The Switzerland Embassy may give priority to their citizens.
These consulate services are listed below:
An unexpired travel insurance is required by the Switzerland Embassy for foreigners traveling to Switzerland due to emergency and unforeseen circumstances. You can get a good Travel insurance quote.
Diplomatic mission of Switzerland in India
The Embassy and Consulate of Switzerland in India serves the diplomatic end of Switzerland in India. The Embassy office is located in Bangalore, the contact information is shown above.
Diplomatic mission of India in Switzerland
The Embassy and Consulate of India in Switzerland serves the diplomatic end of India in Switzerland. Get more information about Diplomatic mission of India in Switzerland.
Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) disease the Swiss Consulate General in Bangalore could have adjusted its office hours or services. Please do confirm personally.
This page was last updated on Jul 27, 2020. We have put great efforts to ensure accuracy of information herein and be rest assured that we frequently update the information as any change occurs. Be that as it may, we will not be held liable or responsible for any mistake or omission on the information provided on this page.
The purpose of your intended travel ( Tourist, Business, Studies or Medical ) and other facts will determine what type of visa is required under India immigration law. As a visa applicant, you will need to establish that you meet all requirements to receive the category of visa for which you are applying.
Please check Switzerland international travelers Indian Visa requirements to travel to the India. The Visa section of this website is all about Indian Visa for foreign citizens to travel to the India.
Note: When planning travel or stay longer than 60 days you may need a regular visa issued by one of the Indian Mission of his/her location of residence, Applicant is mandatorily required to give Biometric capture at the time of application submission and subsequently may be called for an interview in person in the Consulate General of India.
Along with the Swiss Consulate General in Bangalore, Switzerland also has 4 other representations in India as:
Swiss Consulate General in Mumbai, India
102 Maker Chambers IV, 10th floor, 222, Jamnalal Bajaj Marg, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400 021, India
Phone: (+91) 22 2288 4563, (+91) 22 2288 4564
Fax: (+91) 22 2285 0626, (+91) 22 2285 6566,
Indian Consulate In represents one of 212 consular and diplomatic representations of India all over the world.
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