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India e-Visa is an official document that allows entry and travel within India to German residents and citizens for tourism, travel industry, clinical visits, conferences, yoga, courses, workshops, agreements and exchanges, humanitarian efforts and other business ventures in this new Indian e-Visa system.

The Indian visa for German citizens can be acquired simply and easily. The process is as simple as completing an online form in a few minutes, easy to complete payment method to finalize Indian visa application form online.

German citizens should keep an electronic copy of the email received on the phone / computer / tablet or a hard copy and bring the eVisa to the airport. There is no passport stamp requirement for German citizens for the online Indian eVisa (eVisa India) sent in an email.

You can also upload documents on this website in case it is necessary to support your Indian visa application. The link to upload the required documents for Indian Visa Online (eVisa India) will be sent to the applicant’s email address provided at the time of submitting the Indian visa online. German citizens can also send an email directly to the Indian eVisa Help Desk.

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The Indian visa for German citizens / passport holders has been available online form CLI since 2014 from the Indian Government. This Indian visa allows travelers from Germany and other countries to visit India for short stays. These short stays range from 30, 90 and 180 days per visit depending on the reason for the visit. There are 5 main categories of India eVisa (India eVisa) available for citizens of Germany. The categories available for German citizens to visit India under the India eVisa or India eVisa regulations are for tourist purposes, business visits or medical visits (either as a patient or as a medical assistant / nurse to the patient) to visit India.

The Indian visa for German citizens will be sent by email, after having completed the online application form with the necessary information and once the credit card payment has been verified online.

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New Delhi, Apr 27 (EFE) – The Indian president, Narendra Modi, will travel between May 2 and 4 to Germany, Denmark and France, in his first official trip abroad in 2022, in which he will try to strengthen India’s relations with these European allies.

After Berlin, Modi will head to Copenhagen for talks with Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen and participate in the second India-Nordic Summit, where he will interact with his counterparts from Iceland, Katrín Jakobsdóttir; Norway, Jonas Gahr Store; Sweden, Magdalena Andersson; and Finland, Sanna Marin.

The Indian leader is also scheduled to have an audience with the Queen of Denmark, Margrethe II, and to address the India-Denmark Business Forum. He will also address members of the Indian diaspora during his visit to the country.

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New Delhi, May 2 (Prensa Latina) India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived today in Berlin on the first leg of his European trip to hold talks with Germany’s Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz and co-chair inter-governmental consultations.

The Indian ruler said in a statement released here by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that he will exchange views with Scholz on regional and global developments and will also attend a Business Roundtable to boost inter-industry cooperation.

According to the Confederation of Indian Industry, there are over 213 Indian companies operating in Germany, engaged in trade, manufacturing, research and development and innovation and services.

Investments are in information technology, automotive, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology and manufacturing, while the penetration of Indian software companies in the German market is increasing.

From Berlin, Modi will travel to Copenhagen to meet with Denmark’s Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen to review the progress of the Green Strategic Partnership and other issues in the relationship.

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