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Visitors Visa to India




Hi,

I am trying to apply for the tourist visa for india for 5 years.

Just wanted to find a few things:

1) Can I go in person or do I have to mail by passport?

Is it safe to mail the passport - since I dont trust the embassy of india staff ... btw dont want it getting "misplaced"

2) Do I have to send my original PR card? or is a photocopy sufficient?

3) what kind of pre paid self addressed envelope do I need to buy from Canada Post.

I mean the size.

4) For paying $200 for the fee, I am a bit confused.

http://www.tdcanadatrust.com/accounts/fees.jsp

Do I use the Draft service which costs $7.5 or Cheque Certification which costs $10 bucks.

Thanks


 
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Originally posted by dipenparekh2

Hi,

I am trying to apply for the tourist visa for india for 5 years.

Just wanted to find a few things:

1) Can I go in person or do I have to mail by passport?

Is it safe to mail the passport - since I dont trust the embassy of india staff ... btw dont want it getting "misplaced"

2) Do I have to send my original PR card? or is a photocopy sufficient?

3) what kind of pre paid self addressed envelope do I need to buy from Canada Post.

I mean the size.

4) For paying $200 for the fee, I am a bit confused.

http://www.tdcanadatrust.com/accounts/fees.jsp

Do I use the Draft service which costs $7.5 or Cheque Certification which costs $10 bucks.

Thanks



1) I believe you can do it only by Mail except it is urgent for which they will charge $124

2) You do not need visa if you have a PR Card. Visa is only for Canadian Citizens

3) but prepaid express post envelope from Canada Post and ask them for signature required. There is addional $1.5 fee but worth it

4) Draft or money order is fine.


 
Post ID: 126108 18-08-08 13:18:29
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dipenparekh2
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Hi,

Can you please recheck what you mean by "

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2) You do not need visa if you have a PR Card. Visa is only for Canadian Citizens"



I am not a canadian citizen. Therefore, I am a citizen of a third country ... and my status in Canada is that of a permanent resident.

Therefore, I believe that I need to send my passport and canadian PR card.

Let me know your thoughts.

Thanks for your help


 
Post ID: 126189 19-08-08 17:05:05
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AshwaniG
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Hellooo ..
Somebody is trying to help you . Never realized that
1. you can answer your own questions
2. Everyone else will be able to assume that U r a citizen from third country .

It helps if you give all your details in the first posting ..
AG

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