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HIGH COMMISSION OF INDIA

GEORGETOWN

NOTICE

VISA AND TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC

It has been decided to permit foreign nationals holding Journalist (J-1) visa and their dependents holding J-1X visa to enter India.

If they have J-1 or J-1X visas, which have been suspended, such visas shall stand restored with immediate effect to facilitate their entry into India.

However, if the validity of such visas has expired, they may obtain a fresh J-1 or J-1X visa, as the case may be, from the Indian Missions/Posts concerned. It has also been decided that the existing restrictions on incoming passenger traffic into India through the Immigration Check Posts will not apply in respect of these categories of foreign nationals.

However, in respect of quarantine and all other health/COVID-19 related matters, guidelines of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare shall be adhered to.

High Commission of India

307 Church & Peter Rose Streets,

Queenstown, Georgetown.

Tel: 592-226-3996/8965/3240

Email: cons.georgetown@mea.gov.in

 

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