Great news for Malaysians travelling to India..
The Star reported today that:
Malaysians travelling to India as tourists can now expect to be given multiple-entry visas that provide greater flexibility in their travel plans, according to the Indian High Commission here Tuesday.
Previously, the tourist visas only allowed double entry. Last week, the Indian government lifted the two-month gap requirement between two consecutive visits to India by Malaysian nationals.
Deputy High Commissioner Aseem R. Mahajan said all visas would be ready within three working days and applicants should exercise caution in filling in the forms and selecting the visa category to avoid any inconvenience.
Business and trade travellers to India also enjoy multiple entry visas that are valid up to a year and without any gap between entries. - Bernama
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