The Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India on Monday (June 1, 2020) changes the visa requirements for Indians who wish to travel abroad on repatriation flights.
As per the pervious rules;
“Only those persons shall be allowed to travel to the destination countries, who are citizens of that country; who hold visas of at least one-year duration of that country; and green card or OCI cardholder.”
“In cases of medical emergency or death in the family, Indian Nationals holding a six-month visa can also be allowed.“Advertisement
Now the Ministry of Home Affairs has amended the rules and ease the Visa requirements for Indians who are willing to travel abroad in the repatriation flights operated by Air India.
According to the new rules;
“Indian Nationals who are holding visa of that country, with a minimum residual validity of three months. In case an Indian National is having a confirmed offer of employment/internship/admission in an educational institution, he/ she can be allowed with a visa of that country, with a minimum residual validity of one month.”
Here is the official letter on Movement of Indian Nationals to Travel Abroad;
The new rules will be benefiting for those who wish to travel abroad for employment or educational purpose and holding a valid residual visa of one month.
To get travel updates directly on your mobile, save and send a message at 9461777617 on Whatsapp to start.