Certain laws have been enacted to streamline the process of foreigners obtaining citizenship, including:

Visa for India:

For lawful admission into Indian borders, all international visitors require a visa. This does not apply to Nepalese or Bhutanese citizens. The visas allow visitors to stay in the country for a maximum of 180 days (6 months). If a visa is needed for a longer period of time (greater than 180 days), the applicant must first register with the FRRO or FRO.

Business visas, Employment visas, Intern visas, Transit visas, Student visas, Film visas, and so on are all available from the Indian government and can be obtained as a standard visa or an E-visa. Aside from the above-mentioned valid visas, there are limited regions inside India that require a specific entrance permission known as a Protected Area Permit (PAP), which allows travelers to access the restricted zones. This authorization must be obtained in addition to the usual visa requirement.

Registration of foreigners in India:

  1. Foreigners travelling for a lengthy period (more than 180 days) on a student visa, work visa, research visa, or medical visa must register with the Indian Missions/FRRO/FRO within 14 days of arrival, with the exception of Certain sorts of nationalities are restricted from participating in this procedure.
  2. Foreigners entering India on any form of visa other than the ones listed above are not need to register unless they plan to stay in India for more than 180 days. In such circumstances, registration must be completed well before the 6-month term expires.
  3. Foreigners above the age of 16 are needed to register with the relevant Registration Officer in person or through an authorized agent. Minors under the age of 16 do not need to register.
  4. Foreign visitors with an Entry(X) visa, such as dependent visas and business visas, who plan to stay for more than 180 days must also register.
  5. Visitors with journalist visas and other visas that do not have any specific endorsements must register with the FRROS/FRO. The visas applied for registration will be stamped at all Indian missions.

Amendments made recently

The Indian government has made a number of important amendments to the Indian Immigration Law, including:

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