Two months Gap rule on tourist visa to India abolished

Dec 15

The Government of India has decided to lift the two months ban of the re-entry on Tourist visa to India. Here is the official version:

The provisions relating to 2 months gap between two visits of a foreign national to India on a Tourist Visa has been reviewed by the
Government. It has been decided to lift the restriction of two-month gap on re-entry of foreign nationals coming to India except in case of
nationals of Afghanistan, China, Iran, Pakistan, Iraq, Sudan, Bangladesh, foreigners of Pakistan and Bangladesh origins and Stateless persons.

( Source: Ministry of Home Affairs, India)

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