Visa, e-visa of stranded foreigners in India to be extended till 30th April 2020

Such visa extension will be given on basis of online applications submitted by foreign nationals stranded in India, whose visas have expired or will expire before 30th April.

The Union Ministry for Home Affairs (MHA) has clarified the ministry on  28th March 2020 had granted consular services on gratis basis to foreign nationals, presently residing in India due to travel restrictions in the context of COVID-19 outbreak, till 30th April, 2020.

Regular visa, e-visa or stay stipulation, of such foreign nationals who have who have been stranded in India because of spread of COVID-19 in many parts of the world and due to consequent travel restrictions imposed by Indian Authorities and whose Visas have expired or would be expiring during 01.02.2020 (Midnight) to 30.04.2020 (Midnight), would be extended till 30th April 2020 (Midnight) on GRATIS basis, after making online application by the Foreigner.

 

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