Indian Visa Fees and Charges

Foreigners who are applying for the Indian Visas are required pay the visa fee which includes visa service fee and Indian Government fee. The visa service fee is applicable for processing the application while the eVisa government fee is payable to the India Immigration Department. Depending on the applicant’s nationality, entry scheme, the period of stay, and other factors, the visa cost may differ. The following list provides the Indian visa fees and charges applicable for Indian Visas:

India eVisa Service Fee

Visa Category Number of applicants
1 Applicant 2 Applicant 3-5 Applicants 6-9 Applicants 10+ Applicants
Normal $69 $67 $65 $62 $55
Urgent Additional $79
Super Urgent Additional $99

Applicable for e-Tourist/Business Visa (double entries for 60 days), e-Medical Visa (triple entries for 60 days)

  • Normal: Visa processing within 3 business days.
  • Urgent: Visa processing within 24 hours.
  • Super Urgent: Visa processing within 5 business hours.

India eVisa Government Fee

Based on the nationality of the applicant, the following fee is applicable in addition to the visa service fee:

No government fee is charged for nationalities from -

Argentina Marshall Islands Palau South Africa
Cook Islands Mauritius Papua New Guinea Tuvalu
Fiji Micronesia Samoa Uruguay
Jamaica Nauru Seychelles Vanuatu
Kiribati Niue Island Solomon Islands

$25 is applicable for nationalities from -

Japan Singapore Sri Lanka

$50 is applicable for nationalities from -

Albania Cape Verde Gabon Latvia Norway Swaziland
Andorra Cayman Island Gambia Lesotho Oman Sweden
Angola Chile Georgia Liberia Palestine Switzerland
Anguilla China Germany Liechtenstein Panama Taiwan
Antigua & Barbuda China-Macau Ghana Lithuania Paraguay Tajikistan
Armenia Colombia Greece Luxembourg Peru Tanzania
Australia Comoros Grenada Madagascar Philippines Thailand
Austria Costa Rica Guatemala Malawi Poland Trinidad And Tobago
Azerbaijan Croatia Guinea Malaysia Portugal Turks And CaicosIsl
Bahamas Cuba Guyana Mali Macedonia Uganda
Barbados Cyprus Haiti Malta Romania United Arab Emirates
Belgium Czech Republic Honduras Mexico Rwanda Uzbekistan
Belize Denmark Hungary Moldova Saint Lucia Venezuela
Bolivia Djibouti Iceland Monaco Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Vietnam
Bosnia & Herzegovina Dominica Indonesia Mongolia San Marino Zambia
Botswana Dominican Republic Ireland Montenegro Senegal Zimbabwe.
Brazil East Timor Israel Montserrat Serbia
Brunei Ecuador Italy Myanmar Sierra Leone
Bulgaria El Salvador Cote D'Ivoire Namibia Slovakia
Burundi Eritrea Jordan Netherlands Slovenia
Cambodia Estonia Kenya New Zealand Spain
Cameroon Finland Republic of Korea Nicaragua Saint Kitts and Nevis
Canada France Laos Niger Republic Suriname

$75 is applicable for nationalities from-

Mozambique Russia Ukraine United Kingdom USA

News About Indian Visa Fees and Charges

  • India reopens medical visa for Bangladeshis after 2 months

    India has reopened medical visa for Bangladeshi citizens after a period of two months. Following this 45 Bangladeshis have travelled to India through Benapole port on medical visas in the last three days. The Government of Bangladesh had imposed a travel ban to and from India from 26 April to curb the spread of Covid-19. A good number of Bangladeshis visit India on medical visas regularly. However, due to the travel ban, the treatment process of many people got disrupted. People dealing with complex conditions suffered the most.The Government of India has also shown a positive response and opened medical visa for Bangladeshi citizens.

    29 June 2021

  • Visas for students who want to study in the U.S. is priority

    The United States Embassy and Consulate General in India have wanted to issue visas to students planning to study in the United States of America (USA). Students who want to pursue programmes at various levels for the academic year 2021-22 have been encouraged to apply.

    Robert Batchelder, the consular section chief, US Consulate General Mumbai has said that before the pandemic, Indian students were the second largest population of the foreign students in US universities after.

    21 April 2021

  • Support for fintechs announced by ICICI Bank and Visa in India

    Digital payments technology company, Visa, announced a collaboration with ICICI Bank for its ‘Visa in a Box’ programme which will facilitate fintech companies tso access application programming interfaces (APIs) and the developer sandbox of Visa and ICICI Bank to build, test, and deploy applications for consumer payments. ICICI Bank has launched co-branded prepaid cards with three fintechs, one each in business expense management, business banking, and neo banking. Examples of services include loyalty solutions, digital KYC, innovations in designs of cards, and payment gateway facilities.

    26 November 2020

  • Indian passport holders to get visa-free entry into 16 countries

    The Minister of State for External Affairs had said that 16 countries will be providing a visa-free entry to India passport holders. Apart from this, there are 43 countries which will be providing visa-on-arrival facilities and other 36 countries providing e-visa facilities.

    The 16 countries which will be visa-free facilities to the India passport holders are Barbados, Bhutan, Nepal, Haiti, Hong Kong, Bhutan, Senegal, Hong Kong SAR, the Maldives, Trinidad and Tobago, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Vincent, Samoa, Niue Island, the Grenadines and Montserrat.

    The Minister has also stated that continued efforts are being made to increase the number of e-visa facilities, visa-on-arrival and free-visa travel.

    24 September 2020

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