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Indian eVisa for Dominican Republic citizens
4 min read
Updated on Feb 28, 2024

Want to visit India from the Dominican Republic? Let's make getting your visa easy.

Getting a visa can seem tough, but it shouldn't stop your plans to see India. We're here to make getting your visa simple.

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When you pick us for your visa needs, all you'll have to worry about is whether you'll be cruising through the peaceful backwaters of Kerala, checking out the ancient caves of Ajanta and Ellora, or getting lost in the exciting streets of Bangalore. Leave the visa process to us; your job is to get excited about the incredible journeys that await you in India.

Do Dominican Republic citizens need a visa to visit India?

Yes, if you're from the Dominican Republic and planning a trip to India, you'll need to get an Indian eVisa first. India's eVisa system makes it easier for Dominican Republic citizens to apply for their entry permits online, simplifying the process.

There are different types of eVisas available, each suited to the purpose of your visit. Here's a quick look at the three main ones:

  • Tourist eVisa: Ideal for those wanting to explore India's cultural sights, visit family or friends, or attend a short-term yoga retreat. It allows you to experience India's rich history and vibrant festivals.

Learn more about the India Tourist eVisa.

  • Business eVisa: If you're going to India for business meetings, conferences, or to explore business opportunities, this visa is designed to make your trip as smooth as possible, helping you focus on your business goals.

Learn more about the India Business Visa.

  • Medical eVisa: For those seeking medical treatment at India's renowned healthcare facilities. This visa provides access to a wide range of medical services, ensuring you receive the necessary care during your stay.

Learn more about the India Medical Visa.

How long is an India Tourist Visa valid for?

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When you're planning a trip to India, picking the right Tourist eVisa is important because it decides how long you can stay and how many times you can visit. There are three Tourist eVisa types, each with its own validity period and entry rules.

  • 30-day visa: This visa is good for quick visits. You can enter India twice within 30 days from the date your visa starts. For example, if your visa is valid from July 1st, you need to leave by July 30th.

  • 1-year visa: For those who want to visit India a few times within a year, this visa allows multiple entries. You can stay up to 90 days during each visit. Citizens from the US, Canada, or the UK can stay for up to 180 days each time.

  • 5-year visa: If you're looking to visit India multiple times over several years, this visa is perfect. It lets you enter multiple times over five years from the date it’s issued. Each visit can last up to 90 days, or up to 180 days for those from the US, Canada, and the UK.

The 1-year and 5-year visas let you travel to India as often as you like, just remember to keep each visit within the allowed stay period.

How to apply for an Indian eVisa from the Dominican Republic with us

Applying for an Indian visa from the Dominican Republic is now easier than ever with our platform. We're committed to providing a fast, straightforward, and personalized visa application process.

Here's how you can apply:

  • Step 1: Enter your personal and travel details on our website or via the iVisa app.

  • Step 2: Verify that all the information you’ve provided is accurate and choose your preferred processing time. Pay the fees with a credit or debit card, PayPal, or Venmo.

  • Step 3: Complete the rest of the application form, upload the required documents, and submit it.

We'll review your application carefully to make sure everything is correct. Once your visa is issued, we'll send it directly to your email. Make sure to print a copy and save it on your phone as well, so you're all set for your trip to India.

India Embassy in the Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic citizens looking for visa help can reach out to the Embassy of India in Santo Domingo for consular assistance.

Address: Capitán Eugenio de Marchena No. 6, La Esperilla, Santo Domingo.

Phone: +1 829 893 4233.

If you're not in the Dominican Republic or need Indian consular services from a different country, our Embassies Finder will help you locate the nearest Indian embassy or consulate, wherever you might be around the globe.

Need more information about the India eVisa?

If you need more info about applying for an Indian eVisa, our customer service team is ready to assist. Contact them any time via WhatsApp or through the iVisa chat.

  • iVisa is NOT affiliated with any government agency. This site does not provide legal advice and we are not a law firm. None of our customer service representatives are lawyers and they also do not provide legal advice. We are a private, internet-based travel and immigration consultancy provider dedicated to helping individuals travel around the world. You may apply by yourself directly on the various government websites. The source of information: https://boi.gov.in/boi/
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