India Visa for Japanese CitizensPublished 1 month ago Views (14) Lifestyle
The online visa for India, which can also be called Indian eVisa, is available to Japanese passport holders who plan to travel to India. The Indian Visa for Japan Citizens is of three subcategories which are the e-tourist visa, e-business visa, and the e-medical visa. So if a Japanese citizen is traveling for either business, medical or tourism then the citizen will need to apply for an Indian e-visa before arriving. The visa can easily be obtained by travelers when they complete an online form which has spaces for filling one’s passport information and personal details.
Do Japanese Passport Holders Need a Visa for India?
A Japanese citizen will need to get the eVisa before entry into India. Before applying for an eVisa, the applicant needs to have a passport that is valid for at least six months from the expected date of arrival in India. The applicant’s passport must have at least two blank pages which will enable the border control authorities to give an immigration stamp on these blank pages upon entry and when departing. The visa validity depends on the type of India eVisa. For the e-business visa, the visit shouldn’t be more than 180 days, and...
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