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DOCUMENT OVERVIEW
Medical travelers from more than 160 countries can apply for an Indian Medical e-Visa. Travelers who use the Medical e-Visa program apply, pay a fee online and receive their electronic visa online all before traveling to India. Unlike the Tourist and Business e-Visas, medical travelers can enter the country up to Triple Entry with the e-Visa.

In addition to the Medical e-VIsa travelers also have the opportunity to add the India Self Declaration Form while applying.

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WHO CAN ENTER INDIA WITH THESE DOCUMENTS?
More than 160 nations can apply for a Medical e-Visa and get the India Self Declaration Form as well. To verify if you’re eligible for that, we recommend you use our visa checker on our homepage. Get started here.

OBTAIN THE INDIA MEDICAL EVISA AND THE INDIA SELF DECLARATION FORM
To obtain the India Medical eVisa and the Self Declaration, you’ll have to provide information about your flight, health condition, and intended stay in the country. You must adhere to the country’s health protocols as well.

Visit our application page to fill in the application form for both documents.

DISPLAY THE FORM
Once you apply, if you have added the India Self Declaration Form, we will send it to your email before your trip. Make sure you have both documents ready to show to the immigration authorities upon arrival. Start the application now.

Visit the FAQs below to view quarantine rules for India.

Required Documents to Apply
  • Hospital Letter

  • Applicant Photo

  • Passport Personal Details Scan

  • Last Page of Passport (if applicable)

  • Selfie holding the physical credit card used for the transaction is need to verify payment. Only the last 4 digits of the credit card must be visible in the picture. Only one image is needed per order. (if applicable)

Important Instructions
  • The Indian Medical e-Visa allows for Triple Entry

  • The Indian Medical e-Visa is valid for 60 days after arrival. You can enter India on any date within this period.

  • The visa holder can stay in the territory of the country for no more than 60 days in Total.

  • The applicant should carry a copy of the Indian visa along with him/her at the time of travel.

  • The Indian Medical e-Visa is valid for entry through 26 designated Airports (i.e. Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bagdogra, Bengaluru, Calicut, Chennai, Chandigarh, Cochin, Coimbatore, Delhi, Gaya, Goa, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Madurai, Mangalore, Mumbai, Nagpur, Pune, Tiruchirapalli, Trivandrum, Varanasi & Vishakhapatnam) and 5 designated seaports (i.e. Cochin, Goa, Mangalore, Mumbai, Chennai). However, travelers can exit from any of the authorized Immigration Check Posts (ICPs) in India.

  • The Indian Medical e-Visa is non-extendable.

  • Your passport should have at least six months validity from the date of arrival in India, and two blank pages.

  • Nationals of Yellow Fever affected countries must carry a yellow fever vaccination card at the time of arrival in India, otherwise they may be quarantined for 6 days upon arrival in India. See Yellow Fever countries here

  • Applicants must arrive using the same passport with which they used when applying for the Medical e-Visa.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Medical e-Visa is an official document permitting entry into and travel within India. The purpose of travel must be medical and treatment must be received at a reputed/recognized hospital or treatment center in India. Start applying here.
The India Self Declaration Form is an online document in which you declare your health status and details about your intended stay in India. It is obligatory to enter this country while the coronavirus outbreak is still present. Get your documents on this link.

We require the following to submit your application for both documents:

  • Hospital Letter
  • Applicant Photo
  • Passport Personal Details Scan
  • Last Page of Passport (if applicable)
  • Negative Pre-Departure PCR COVID-19 Test Result
  • Selfie holding the physical credit card used for the transaction. Only the last 4 digits of the credit card must be visible in the picture. (if applicable)

Start the process now.

The cost will vary depending on the processing speed. The faster you want to have it, the more you have to pay. These are your options:

  • Standard Processing: 5 days - USD 147.50.
  • Rush Processing: 3 days - USD 177.50.
  • Super Rush Processing: 2 days - USD 212.50.

Note: The prices mentioned above are the cost of the India Medical e-Visa. If you want to add India Self Declaration Form, you just need to add the amount of USD 9.95 to each processing time.

The India Medical e-Visa is valid for 60 days after arrival. This means you must enter India within this period of time. It allows for Triple Entry into the country. As for the India Self Declaration Form, it is valid for a single entry. That means you’ll have to get a new one each time you wish to enter India.
Your passport should have at least six months validity from the date of arrival in India and two blank pages. Get started now.
You are allowed a maximum of 3 e-Visas in a given calendar year (January - December). As for the India Self Declaration Form, it doesn’t have a limit for a year because it is valid for a single entry. Apply now.
Once approved, we will send you the e-Visa via email, which you must present upon entry to India. Remember that after you apply for the Medical eVisa, we will also send you the India Self Declaration Form if you add it to your order while applying online.
Once you have received the approved Medical e-Visa, you must print at least one copy of the document and present it to the border authorities upon your arrival in India, along with the same passport that was used for the online application and your self-declaration form if added. It is recommended to keep a copy of these documents with you at all times throughout your stay. Start your application.
The maximum stay allowed is 60 days in Total.
Medical e-Visa allows for Triple Entry, meaning you can enter and leave India Triple Entry during its validity period of 60 days after arrival. Obtain your eVisa now.
The India Medical e-Visa is valid for entry through 26 designated Airports (i.e. Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bagdogra, Bengaluru, Calicut, Chennai, Chandigarh, Cochin, Coimbatore, Delhi, Gaya, Goa, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Madurai, Mangalore, Mumbai, Nagpur, Pune, Tiruchirapalli, Trivandrum, Varanasi & Vishakhapatnam) and 5 designated seaports (i.e. Cochin, Goa, Mangalore, Mumbai, Chennai). However, travelers can exit from any of the authorized Immigration Check Posts (ICPs) in India.
You may be required to quarantine upon arrival and you must have a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result. The test must be taken within 72 hours before departure. Start your process now.
The validity period of your e-Visa begins from the date specified in your approved Medical e-Visa document. You can enter India on any date within this validity period.
It will depend. India will require proof of yellow fever vaccination if you are arriving from a country with a risk of yellow fever. Apply now.
No, you don't. As of today, COVID vaccination passports or certificates are not a mandatory to enter India. Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest India travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.

That depends where you are traveling from. All travelers will be required to self-monitor for 14 days on arrival. Travelers from UK, Brazil, South Africa, Europe, and the Middle East need to undergo a COVID test upon arrival. Travelers coming to India from the UK, Brazil, and South Africa will need to home quarantine for 7 days. After 7 days, they are required to take a PCR test after 7 days and if the results are negative, they will be released from the quarantine.

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Yes! To enter the country, all travelers will need a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before departure. However, it's not necessary to have a test to apply for the India Tourist, Business, or Medical Visa.

In addition, travelers coming from the following countries must undergo a COVID test upon arrival: Aland Islands, Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Guernsey, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Jersey, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Kosovo, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Svalbard and Jan Mayen, Sweden, Switzerland, Vatican, Ukraine, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, and United Kingdom.

India may still be a developing country, but it got some things right. Of course, there are some sectors within the state’s institutions that are very well managed, but improvements are needed in others. In the meantime, you would probably like to know that India is a country known for medical tourism. It may be hard to believe for some of you, but India’s medical tourism is a multi-billion dollar industry. The numbers show that people outside of India will spend up to 7 billion dollars by the year 2020. The reason why India is chosen as a destination for medical care is the costs, of course. As you can imagine, the cost of healthcare is way cheaper there than in the United States, for example. Plus, your chances of getting the same quality of services are pretty high. So, as a result, instead of spending hundreds of thousands of dollars in the US for a particular medical procedure, people go to India and end up spending just a few tens of thousands. That is a pretty significant difference, don’t you think? Even if India is a developing country, you should probably know that they have the latest medical technology in some of their hospitals. As you can imagine, technology is not the only thing that matters, and human resources are just as important. Even so, the doctors in hospitals known for medical tourism are often educated and trained in Western countries such as the UK and the US. Basically, you get the same treatment but at a much lower cost. At least in some cases, that is. As far as cost is concerned, just to get a clear picture, the cost of medical treatment is about ten times lower in India than the US or UK. Some people go there for alternative medicine, but you can also use India’s healthcare for hip replacement, cardiac bypass, eye surgery, and bone-marrow transplants. Believe it or not, India is one of the best countries when it comes to heart surgeries. So, should you have heart problems that require surgery and you cannot afford treatment in your home country (knock on wood,) going to India to get the care you need is not something that should be overlooked. Medical tourism does work, and thousands of people do it every single year. The first concern people have is the quality of care. After all, we are talking about a developing country and small prices. That can give people the wrong idea that what is cheap lacks quality but this is not always the case. In fact, India has 33 JCI accredited hospitals, and the place you want to go for medical care is Chennai. The city hosts the most visited hospitals. As far as the foreigners are concerned. According to statistics, Chennai has 12,500 hospital beds, and about half of the occupied ones are occupied by foreigners. The hospitals are very well equipped, and the personnel is highly qualified. Before checking yourself into an Indian hospital, one of the most important things is to find the right doctor and the right hospitals. It is a combination that can make the difference between a successful treatment and a lovely stay and one that is not. It may seem a superficial thing to some of you, but in reality, the doctor-hospital combination is crucial. After all, not all hospitals are specialized on certain health issues, and it goes the same for doctors. The point is that the process of finding the right hospital and physician can take more time than you think. Once you do find the combination, there will be a lengthy process that requires a lot of emails back and forth. Not to mention the medical letters and whatnot. One of the things that you do not need to worry yourself with is communication. You would think that it may be an issue since you probably do not speak Hindu. Rest assured that the majority of the medical personnel you will find in hospitals speaks English. Plus, a lot of them studied abroad, in English. The only issue may be the fact that you do not speak English very well, which is highly unlikely since you are reading this article right now. The Government of India noticed the phenomenon of medical tourism in its country, which is why it has simplified the process of foreigners getting into the country for medical purposes. Before the officials came up with the idea of simplification, it was pretty hard to come back for check-ups. There was a long waiting period, and the overall process was tedious. However, that changed, and you can now get whatever document you need in just a couple of days, literally. Plus, the requirements are easy to meet, which is a big plus. The purpose was to focus more on the health and less on bureaucracy. While that does not solve many issues, the effort must be commended. Believe it or not, a lot of people are put off by complicated processed of getting the proper documentation. At the end of the day, the question remains whether or not you would go to India if you had a medical issue that requires expensive treatments. I suppose that the answer would be ‘why not?’ As long as the hospitals in India are well equipped, and the staff is very well trained, it is of little matter where you are getting your treatment. Plus, there is no reason why you should go bankrupt when you get sick when you know that there is someplace else where you can get the same care but at a lower cost. Makes sense, right? People have a lot of misconceptions about India. Yes, it has its issues, just like any other country, but when it comes to health care, you would be surprised. After all, there is a reason why medical tourism increases year by year in India, and it can only be the fact that doctors and facilities there are more than satisfactory. If you can get that at a lower cost, that is even better.
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