Process for Return of Indian Nationals Stranded Abroad


Are you an Indian stranded abroad and wants to return back? Here is the complete process you need to follow for your safe return to India.

The government of India is already started the world’s biggest ever repatriation mission Vande Bharat Mission to bring back all Indian national stranded abroad.

The first phase of Vande Bharat Mission is already started from 07th May and the govt. of India is all set to operate 64 flights in 7 days to bring back 15,000 Indians stranded abroad.

Here is the process of Return of Indian Nationals Stranded Abroad

  1. Register with Embassy
  2. Embassies to Prepare List of Distressed Citizens
  3. Non-schedule Commercial Flights Being Arranged
  4. Medical Screening Before Departure
  5. Only Asymptomatic Travelers Allowed.
  6. Medical Screening on Arrival
  7. Compulsory Registration on Aarogya Setu App
  8. Quarantine for 14 Days, in Hospital or Designated Facility.
  9. COVID-19 Test After 14 Days
  10. Free to Go Home

If you want to return India the first thing you need to do is register your self with the embassy.

If you don’t know how to and where to register, here we are providing all the required links for registration with the embassy.

After successful registration you don’t need to do anything, respective authorities will contact you for all the further steps.


Priority will be given to workers in distress, elderly people, urgent medical cases, pregnant women as well as to other people who are stranded in difficult situations.

All the flights and navel sheep are operated on a commercial basis so you need to pay the fare; Here is how much fares you need to pay for evacuation flights

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Manish Khandelwal
Manish Khandelwal

Manish Khandelwal, a travel-tech enthusiast with over a decade of experience in the travel industry. Founder and Editor-in-Chief of, he's passionate about writing.

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