If you have a desire to visit India and check all of India’s national treasures such as historical monuments, beautiful nature. Not that long ago, people who wanted and planned to make an application for Indian visa were forced to devote a lot of time on waiting to their visa application approval. Usually, the most of the is spent on the Indian consulate in London to handle the request. Arranging a trip to the country just like India is much today with a growth of world wide web. The time needed for visa to be approved is now a lot shorter, than it was before. Today you have a lot of sites and a lot of different ways to get a visa. So what is the main problem, the main problem is that the country of India is changing conditions for getting visa rapidly, so the way it was 5-6 years ago, today is not the case.
Tourist to India are usually amazed by the incredible energy of the India’s streets and also its folks. While there’s a lot of poverty in the region the Indian people are very agreeable and typically see some thing’s they laugh about. A lot of people is going to see the Gang river as well as the people who spend their time to that location. Most of the people just want to visit Asian continent to see and experience the hot sun and some of the great tourist beaches which are famous.
So in February 2014 it was announced that Indian intelligence has given their approval to visa-on-arrival for up to 180 countries. Largely due to the new possibilities, provided by the Immigration, Visa and foreigner’s registration and Tracking (IVFRT) system. The system would not be a typical visa on arrival in order, to avoid clutter at the airports, but a system based on the prior online applications modeled like an Australian Electronic Travel authority. Just on a 5 February 2014 it was decided that this Visa should be introduced to more than 180 countries. Technical implementation, such is setting up the web site for applications, is expected to take about 6 months and authorities hope that they will solve this for the tourist season in 2014, at the time. The basic thing is that the prospective visitors will have to pay a fee and the electronic version of the visa should be granted for three days. This program is expected to apply to all international airports. But the airports from the Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan, Somalia and Sudan are to be excluded from this program. In july 2014 it was announced that India hopes to the program for Citizens of 40 countries in the first phase by the December of 2014, and later on for 109 additional countries if the first phase is implemented successfully.
Later it was revealed that ministers of Tourism, home affairs, and external affairs cannot agree on the list of countries for ETA. Ministry of Tourism proposed to allow the new system for the citizens of the 15 countries with the most visitors of India. But this was information about the India’s fees for the 2014 year so for the further information’s check the latest visa information’s.