It was decided to allow Tibetan migrants residing in India who hold an identity certificate and a repatriation visa issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to enter India. This is conditional on these Tibetan migrants being registered with the FRRO/FRO concerned. Their return visa is reinstated with immediate effect to facilitate their entry into India. However, once the validity of these visas has expired, they can obtain a new return visa from the Indian missions/posts concerned. It was also decided that existing restrictions on the import of passengers into India by immigration check posts would not apply to these foreigners. However, with respect to quarantine and all other health and COVID issues19, the guidelines of the Ministry of Health and Family Protection are followed. For e-tourism visas, the duration of each visit may not exceed 90 days for all authorized nationals of an e-tourism visa, with the exception of nationals of the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan and Canada. For U.S., U.K., Japan and Canadian nationals, an uninterrupted stay during each visit must not exceed 180 days. There is no need to register.
“Only these people are allowed to travel to the destination countries, are citizens of that country; who have a green card or permanent resident status or an OIC card or any other special status in that country; People who are stranded in neighbouring neighbouring countries and are allowed to travel via India; Indian nationals who are in possession of any visa of a country (except the tourist visa) if they have a visa from that country with a shelf life of one month. In February 2014, it was announced that the Indian secret services had granted visa authorization on arrival to 180 countries, mainly because of the new possibilities offered by the Visa and Visa Registration and Tracking System (IVFRT). The system would not be a typical on-arrival visa to avoid mess at airports, but a system based on an earlier online application, inspired by the Australian Electronic Travel Authority`s system.   Majority of MHA orders of 13.03.2020, 16.04.2020, 05.05.2020, 12.06.2020 and 07.08.2020, the central government, in exercising the powers conferred by item (a) of Section 2 of Section 3 of the Aliens Act 1946 (31 of 1946), considering that it is necessary and useful in the public interest, stipulates that the right to multiple lifetime visas, granted for all purposes in the sense of communication S.O.