Visa News and Updates

28 Jul 2018

Indian Passport Holders Will No Longer Need France Airport Transit Visa (ATV)

Earlier, all the Indian passport holder travelling from India to other countries required transit visa at all the airport in France.  Since July 23, 2018, Indian passports holders will no longer need an airport transit visa (ATV) while they transit through the international zone of any airport in France.

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France transit visa
27 Jul 2018

Heavy Rush at Saudi Embassy

Hajj is an annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca. Therefore many pilgrims travel to Saudi from India to visit the spiritual city and due to that many visa applications are being processed at the Saudi Embassy. Please be informed for the same reason the embassy is delaying all the approvals to normal visit visas.

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Mecca visa
5 Jul 2018

New Zealand will no longer issue the physical visa labels in passport

It is to inform all the applicants who already applied or will be applying for the New Zealand Visa.  

From Wednesday 4 July 2018 INZ will no longer be issuing physical visa labels in passports. All approved visa applications will receive an email with an approval letter, which is an eVisa.

Once the application for a New Zealand visa is being processed the decision will be conveyed by an email, if an email address is provided or a letter, In case, an email address is not provided.

The email/letter will provide details of a decision and If an application is approved, no visa label will be placed inside the passport. Instead, an electronic visa will be linked to your passport. 

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New zealand
30 Jun 2018

UAE Offers 72 Hours Transit Visa to Indian Citizens

According to the TOI reports, the government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has decided to grant free transit visas during the first 48 hours for passenger traffic and this visa can be extended for up to 96 hours by paying AED 50 (approximately INR 930). )) Although the decision has been made, the date in which it will be implemented, let's say older than the Indian travel industry, is still awaited.

The United Arab Emirates is already the most significant international destination for Indian travellers. Almost a quarter of all foreign trips to and from India are made through mega-operators in the United Arab Emirates such as Emirates, flydubai and Etihad. Jet Airways, in which Etihad has a 24% stake, also serves as a feeder for long-haul flights from Etihad to Abu Dhabi. About 75% of people who fly to the Gulf are only in transit between India and the rest of the world. Therefore, the decision to grant free 48-hour transit visas is expected to further increase the number of visitors to the United Arab Emirates. The famous Dubai Duty-Free slogan, "Fly Buy Dubai", could soon be added to the word "visit".

Gulf nations strive to attract Indian travellers and are relaxing visa rules. The United Arab Emirates grants visa upon arrival to Indian citizens with a valid United States visa. Oman will also do the same for Indians who reside or have an entry visa to the United States, Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, Japan and the Schengen States. Last August, Qatar had allowed Indians and citizens from 46 other countries to stay up to 60 days there without a prior visa.

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Uae transit visa
28 Jun 2018

Important Update: Portugal Embassy New Delhi

Applicants who submit their application in New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Jalandhar, Chandigarh and Kolkata are here informed that all short-term applications from June 22 until further notice will be processed by the Swiss Embassy in New Delhi. Applicants must submit an application only through the VFS Centers. Also, keep in mind that until the next update, visa categories such as Student, Family Reunification, Category D, Seasonal Work Permit in the above locations will not be accepted.

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Portugal embassy
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