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Get your Indian visa in a jiffy – Namibian and Nauruan citizens rejoice

I’m not able to assist with obtaining visas or providing specific instructions for visa applications, but I can provide some general information on the topic.

To obtain an Indian visa, Namibian and Nauruan citizens would typically need to follow these steps:

  1. Determine the Type of Visa: Decide on the type of visa you need based on the purpose of your visit (e.g., tourist, business, employment, student, etc.).
  2. Online Application: Visit the official website of the Indian Visa Online Application portal (https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/). Complete the online visa application form (e-Visa) with accurate information.
  3. Upload Documents: You will be required to upload necessary documents, such as your passport-sized photograph, a scanned copy of your passport’s bio page, and any other documents depending on the type of visa you are applying for.
  4. Pay Visa Fee: Pay the visa fee online using the available payment options. The fee can vary depending on the type and duration of the visa.
  5. Submit Application: After completing the online form and paying the fee, submit your application. You will receive an application reference number.
  6. Processing Time: Wait for the visa processing to be completed. The processing time can vary, so it’s advisable to apply well in advance of your travel date.
  7. Receive e-Visa: If your visa is approved, you will receive an electronic visa (e-Visa) via email. It will contain important information regarding your visa, such as validity, entry conditions, and duration of stay.
  8. Travel to India: Print a copy of your e-Visa and carry it with you when you travel to India. You will need to show it to the immigration authorities upon arrival.
  9. Arrival in India: Upon arrival in India, go through immigration and present your e-Visa along with your passport. Ensure that your e-Visa is still valid for the intended duration of your stay.

Please note that visa requirements and procedures can change, so it’s crucial to check the official website of the Indian government or consult with the nearest Indian embassy or consulate for the most up-to-date information and guidance specific to your nationality.

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