• E-Visa Success and Expansion Plans for India
    Posted on : 19 Oct 2016  |  Category: Travel Visa News ,
    India introduced the e tourist visa back in 2010 and since then it has been a huge success. It was extended to British tourists in 2015 who are now one of one hundred and thirteen nationalities that apply for an e-tourist visa. These visas are cheaper and quicker to obtain doing away with the need to book an appointment at the visa processing office or via a postal application. The cost of the visa has been reduced to $60. The....Read More
  • Massive hike in Saudi Visa Fees Announced
    Posted on : 21 Oct 2016  |  Category: Latest Visa News ,
    Saudi Arabia have announced that they have raised their visa fees an astonishing seven-fold increase resulting in some suggesting that businesses will be put off travelling to the country. Saudi business leaders have dismissed claims that business will be deterred from travelling to the Kingdom saying that most business can afford the increases and will pay them. Read More
  • India announce further relaxation on tourist visa regulations
    Posted on : 24 Oct 2016  |  Category: Travel Visa News ,
    The Indian government announced on 23rd October that they planning on further relaxing the visa regulations for tourism in an effort to boost tourism across the country. “We plan to further liberalise our visa regime for tourism, business as well as other areas shortly,” Sushma Swaraj, external affairs minister said. In an effort to reduce real concerns among tourists and Indians living abroad she said that ....Read More
  • India to discuss new visa rules with May
    Posted on : 25 Oct 2016  |  Category: Travel Visa News ,
    During Prime Minster Theresa May’s visit to India starting on November 6th High Commissioner Dinesh Patnaik is hoping to reach an agreement with the Britain on allowing short-term visas for Indians wanting to visit for a range of reasons.  The discussions will include visas for students, academics, and businessmen. "I hope we will have a deal on Britain facilitating short-term visas for students, academicians and busines....Read More
  • Brazil to Extend Tourist Visa Waiver
    Posted on : 25 Oct 2016  |  Category: Travel Visa News ,
    The tourism ministry of the government of Brazil has announced plans to waive visas for visitors from a number of countries in a bid to encourage more tourism to the country.  During the Rio Olympics earlier this year of visas were waived for visitors from four countries, America, Japan, Canada and Australia. The new proposal by Tourism Minister Marx Beltrao is planning to extend this waiver for a further twelve months. Shoul....Read More

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