eVisa Restore Facilitated For Canadian Passport Holders Indian High Commission Told How And Where To Apply
Canada E-Visa: The e-Visa facility has been restored for Canadian passport holders. This information has been given by the Ottawa Indian High Commission of Canada. The High Commission has issued a press release saying that the e-Visa facility for Canadian passport holders has been restored from December 20, 2022. Along with this, it has also been told that how can those people who need a visa to go to India apply.
The High Commission has said that Canadian passport holders who want to visit India for travel, business, medical treatment or attending a conference can apply for an e-Visa on the official website. Along with this, some guidelines will also have to be followed for applying e-visa. Indian High Commission has said that for e-Visa https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/evisa/tvoa.html You can apply and follow the guidelines contained therein.
What else did the Indian High Commission say?
A press release issued by the High Commission of India stated that Canadian passport holders wishing to travel to India for any purpose, who are not eligible for an e-Visa, may visit https://www.blsindia-canada.gov.in. You can apply for a paper visa at com/. The same procedure is applicable for holders of laissez-passer travel documents.
The High Commission further said that those who have applied for visa through various BLS centers in Canada are advised to wait till it is issued. All such applications will be processed on priority basis. Applicants who wish to withdraw their respective visa applications may do so by visiting the website https://www.blsindia-canada.com/ and selecting the option ‘Withdrawal of Application’.
Those who have booked an appointment to apply for a tourist, business, medical or convention visa at BLS centers in Canada and now wish to apply for an e-Visa instead, are requested to reschedule their appointment slot vacate/cancel so that it is available for others.
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