Are you a Bangladeshis and want to visit India? Then good news comes your way as India has liberalized its policy regarding process of E-token/online for tourist visa. According to press release on Wednesday The Indian High Commission in Dhaka, if you are the citizen of Bangladesh ad planning to visit India then without much efforts you are directly allowed to submit application for tourist visa for India without any prior appointment date from 1st Jan 2017, you just need to have confirmed travel tickets (air, train or bus). In conjunction to this, the date of journey should be after one week but within 30 days of submission of the visa application form for India.
As a matter of fact, from 1st Jan Mirpur Indian Visa Application will receive walk-in tourist visa applications form at 9am to 1pm with confirmed travelers tickets and senior citizens. Individuals who already have appointment dates can continue to submit their tourist visa applications in centres at Khulna, Jessore, Gulshan, Uttara, Sylhet, Mymensingh, Barisal, Rangpur, Rajshahi, Chittagong and Motijheel. Moreover, The mission elucidate that its Pilot project commenced in October for the walk-in visa application facility permission for women travelers and their immediate family members has been getting overwhelming and Pilot project is very successful.
What else to be delineated, the Mirpur visa application centre will start taking walk-in applications of travelers with confirmed tickets from Jan 1, 2017 in place of the centre in Uttara. So, if you have keen interest and urge to visit beautiful country India enriched with tradition and culture and on the top of all, many tourist spots to have pleasant view, good time is visiting you in the new year due to the discontinuation of the E- token/online for application form mere confirmation of journey tickets is required, as per high commission, this will build strong inter countries and people to people healthy relations between India and Bangladesh.
Exclusively for the Indian High Commission in Dhaka has offered an e-token free day Bangladeshis students seeking India visa. students must be enrolled in full-time degree courses in colleges or universities and were also asked to carry their original ID cards issued by the University or College and attach a photocopy of the same along with the visa application form. this is a nice gesture and great step in the direction of inter-country relationships and to ease the access of Bangladeshis to India.