|Type of Visa
|| Documents Required |
||a) Evidence of travel through India – confirmed air ticket for transit journey through India. |
||A copy of the travel itenerary / air bookings should be submitted along with visa application.
||a) Invitation/admission letter for short-term courses like yoga, mountaineering, spiritual courses etc; |
b) Invitation letter from concerned authorities/organisations in India offering the paid/unpaid internships along with the letter from the college/university in Portugal;
c) For family members/dependants of a foreigner who was granted Employment Visa:
· Birth certificate in respect of children;
· Marriage certificate in respect of husband/wife;
· Letter from the employer of the person holding ‘Employment’ visa.
(d) For family visit, if the family members in India are Indian citizen, any proof that you have relatives in India.
||a) Company Profile of the company to whom the applicant belongs; |
b) An original signed letter from the company in Portugal on their official letter head explaining the nature of business and duration of visit;
c) A signed Letter of Invitation from the Indian company on their official company letter head clearly stating the purpose and duration for which visa is requested. The business letters should mention the applicant(s) name and Passport Details and should be addressed to the Embassy of India, Lisbon.
||a) Copy of the employment contract signed by both parties. The Employment contract should have a specific clause for payment of Income Tax in India that the employer shall ensure the payment of income tax by the employee; |
b) Copy of the Registration papers of Company/Companies in India offering the Employment;
c) Copy of educational qualification documents and curriculum vitae
For foreigners intending to visit for honorary work (Without Salary) with Registered NGOs in India should apply for ‘Employment Visa’ and are required to submit the following documents:
· Proof of his/her Employment letter from the Employer;
· Invitation Letter for Voluntary Work from Registered NGO;
· Name and Place of work in India.
||a) Copy of educational qualification with English translation; |
b) Letter from the Indian company awarding the contract to the foreign company specifying the following details:
· Name of the foreign company
· Registered address of the foreign company
· Name of the project awarded as per the tender document
· Location of the project in India (village/town/district/state)
· Duration of the contract (number of days)
· Total number of foreign workers likely to be sent by the foreign company (category wise (i) highly skilled (ii) skilled- technicians with diploma or polytechnic degree; and (iii) skilled workers with school level education
c) Letter from the Indian company addressed to the Indian Embassy explicitly stating that it guarantees the conduct of the foreign company and the foreign personnel involved in the execution of the project/contract. This letter should also explicitly states that it would be responsible to ensure that the applicant (name of the applicant, passport no. and date of birth shall be mentioned) will abide by Indian rules and regulations. The letter should also state that the company will be liable to ensure departure of the applicant from India upon expiry of visa;
d) Letter from the foreign employer providing brief description of the nature of its project in India and a brief description of the job which the applicant is required to perform in India;
e) Application in project visa form (in addition to the online visa form).
||a) Copy of the signed Letter of Invitation for the Conference from organiser in India; |
b) Conference Registration of the applicant;
c) If required, Administrative approval of the Nodal Ministry, Government of India for holding the conference;
d) Copy of event clearance from the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, if required;
e) Clearance from the M/O External Affairs, Government of India, if required.
||a) Employer's letter stating the purpose of travel and detailed programme and the places to be visited for journalism purposes; |
b) List of cinematic equipment to be temporarily imported into India.
If the purpose of visit is to shoot/film a documentary in India, the following should also be provided:
(i) Application form for shooting a documentary in India.
ii) Undertaking in the prescribed form;
iii) Script / Synopsis;
iv) Details of locations where documentary is proposed to be filmed;
||Relevant letters signed and stamped from the hospital concerned in India should be provided on the letter head of the hospital/organisation with applicant’s details. Any other supporting documents from a Portuguese Hospital may also be provided. |
|Medical Attendant Visa
||(i) Declaration of Medical Attendant.
(ii) Medical document of the patient as required in the Medical Visa column.
||a) If applying for the student visa for the first time, a letter of admission from a recognised and reputed Indian educational institution in India, with duration of the course should be provided. |
b) If you’re already a student and intend to renew your visa, a letter from the school/college stating that you are a bona fide student, and the duration of the remaining studies.
c) Receipt of fee paid to the school/college.
d) Document showing financial support for the tuition fee and stay in India
||a) Invitation letter from India for conducting the research. |
b) Other relevant documents from the university/organization proving that necessary clearance has been obtained from the competent authority in India. For more information on this type of visa, please see http://mha.nic.in/pdfs/FAQs-ResearchVisa.pdf