New Visa rules for Indian passport holders

  • Visa

    Planning a trip abroad? Well, now is the best time for us, as many countries have relaxed visa norms for Indian passport holders.

    Applying for a short-term stay or a multiple-entry visa to Japan? Now, you don’t need an employment certificate or explanation letter stating the reason for your visit. Documents required include your visa application form along with a recent photograph and proof of your financial stability. If you’re going on a business trip, you will need to show documents to prove your affiliation to the enterprise.

    Zimbabwe has relaxed visa rules for 28 countries. So, now Indian passport holders can get visa on arrival in Zimbabwe.

    Every year, UAE offers visa-free travel to kids below 18 years, if they travel with their families to the UAE between 15th July and 15th September.

    A 10-year long-term visa to investors and highly-skilled professionals will now be granted by the UAE. Skilled professionals include specialists in research, science and medicine.

    Now, airport transit visa is not required while transiting through the international zone of any airport in France.

    If you’re planning to drive to Myanmar, now you don’t need a special land route permit. All you have to show is an e-visa at the checkpost that you can get in only two days.

    Now, women aged 25 and above can obtain tourist visas to Saudi Arabia, even if they have no male companion while visiting the country.

    Need a single-entry e-visa to Uzbekistan for a period of 30 days? All you have to do is submit your application three working days, prior to your trip.

    Indians with a valid visa to the US, UK, Canada, Australia, Japan and Schengen States can now get an e-visa to Oman for a period of 10 days.

    Good news for visa applicants for Israel falling under B2 category (business, tourism or meeting or conference)! Visa fee for Indian passport holders has reduced to INR 1,100 from INR 1,700.