How a German resident can obtain an Indian visa?

India is many popular across the globe for its versatile nature and beautiful cultural activities and festivals. German citizens are already impressed by Indian culture since the mid 20th century when the World wars came to an end. It was at those times, not as convenient as now, for a German citizen to get an Indian visa. But now, the relations of Germany and India are gradually improving. Thus, a German resident can travel in India for few days on visit or tourist visa.

These are the some points that a German citizen is required to reflect his eyes upon:

  1. Documentation: The applicant of the Germany, who wishes to come to India, is advised to complete all his forms and thoroughly check his important documents that are going to be needed for filing a visa for India.
  2. Verification: afterward, the German citizen is highly suggested to verify and analyze his overall documents and paper work which is necessary to be submitted before the Indian government.
  3. Passport renewal: he must also check the expiration date of the passport and if it is coming near, and then he should quickly renew the passport to avoid any trouble in going to India.
  4. Paper work: The Indian government and Indian embassy will demand a complete paper work from the German applicant before the personality interview test.

Now, let us talk about the tasks that the Indian Government has to do:

  1. To verify the paperwork: the documents filed by the German resident for coming to India, needs to be deeply checked by the Indian Government or Indian Embassy within the due date.
  2. To enquire the dates: the Indian embassy is required to ensure all the vital dates of the passport and duration of the India Visa for German Citizens. Moreover, to look after for the departure date, arrival date, and expiry of passport, need to renew the passport, etc is the duty of Indian delegation to perform.
  3. To inform the applicant: after doing all the enquiries, the Indian embassy is needed to describe the information regarding the dates and everything to the German applicant via e-mail or any other authentic and prompt source.
  4. Domicile proof: the German applicant must give his essential residential details to the Indian embassy, i.e., from where he comes from, his birth place and location, his duration spent in Germany, etc. this will be really helpful for the Indian government to inquire the respected candidate.
  5. Total charges: the embassy is also responsible for mentioning the complete list of charges that are to be incurred by the German applicant on his application of visa to India. Indian government will be accountable for any occurrence of mishap.

Final tip:

The German applicant should fulfill his duties and the Indian embassy should too. Otherwise, the task can get complicated. To avoid the rejection of visa, both the parties should co-ordinate properly in performing the whole procedure.