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Jurisdiction Applies

 
  Your India visa processing site depends on where in the United States you currently reside, also known as jurisdiction.  
  We can help you only if you reside in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virgin Islands. Proof of residency, such as photocopy of driver's license is required.  
  VisaRite charges a service fee to help you expedite your Indian visa application. You may apply in person at the Indian Consulate and avoid paying a service fee by visiting the Indian Consulate website.  
     
  Tourist Visa (click here to proceed)  
  A Tourist Visa is given to those visiting India for tourism or other non-business related purposes. Valid for 6 months to 10 years. Ten (10) year visa is available only to US citizens under a bilateral arrangement. Irrespective of the duration of validity of visa, on each visit maximum period of stay in India is limited to 6 months (180 days). Multiple entry visas are given.  
  Please note the visa is valid beginning on the day it is issued. So a 6 Month visa issued on January 1 would be valid till June 30.  
     
     
  Business Visa (click here to proceed)  
  A Business Visa is strictly given those who are doing business in India such as making sales or establishing contacts on behalf of a company outside of India. Business visas may be valid for one year or more with multiple entries. However, the period of stay in India (for each visit) under this category is limited to six months only. Business visas valid for ten years with multiple entries may be available to foreign businessmen who have set up or intend to set up joint ventures in India.  
  Please note the visa is valid beginning on the day it is issued. So, a 1 year visa issued on January 1 would be valid till December 31. Applicants going for employment in projects/contracts in India should apply for an Employment visa and not a Business visa.  
     
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