Traveling to India soon? If you’re a U.S. citizen, you’re going to need a valid passport and travel visa, and there’s one more thing you’re going to need, your paperwork will need an Apostille before it can be submitted to the embassy for approval.
An Apostille is a one-page certificate issued by authorities at the state or Federal level validating the seal and signature of the official on the document.
There are exacting standards for Indian visas and we can help you get yours fast. Our local office here in Houstin can process Indian visas for both tourism and business travel.
The way the process works is simple. You will need to fill out the visa application and then collect the other necessary documents. The bring in or send to our office and we take it from there.
We make the trip to the embassy for you.
If you have any questions, call us at 713-874-1420 for fast help! Get started here at our India Visa page on Texas Tower.
Individuals planning a trip to India will find along with your passport, you need a travel visa for entry to the country. There are business and tourist class travel visas required, depending on the nature of your trip. Here are some common questions about getting your visa to India.
Can Texas Tower process visas in all jurisdictions?
Yes! However if you are within the jurisdiction of Houston, we do charge an extra fee. You can read more about that here.
What is the average processing time for an Indian visa?
You will need to allow 10-business-days once the application has been submitted by us. Some applications can take 3 weeks to process.
Is there a way to get rush service?
Due to the detailed nature of the visa process, there is no rush service available. The standards for acquiring a travel visa from the Embassy are very exacting and something as small as the signature on your passport not matching the signature on your visa application exactly can result in your visa application being denied.
May I get the visa upon arrival in India?
Although many countries let you obtain your visa upon arrival, India currently does not.
I was born in India, can you process my travel visa require for India?
Unfortunately, we may not be able to help you. You will most likely need to apply at the Embassy in person if you born in India, Pakistan, or Sri Lanka.
What will I need for a travel visa to India for business?
Here is everything you will need, including links to forms.
What documents do I need to get a tourist travel visa for India?
Just like the business visa for India, we have put together a handy list for everything you need to make application for your visa a breeze.
If you have a question about getting your passport or visa to India, call our office at 713-874-1420 or just send your question to @txtpassportvisa on Twitter or Texas Tower on Facebook.
India has so much to see and do in every part, we wanted to share a great article with you about 9 places in India, but first, let’s go over how to get there. United States citizens require both a passport and a travel visa for entry to the country for both business and tourism purposes.
India Travel Visa Expedited
Our company can take the hassle out of getting both your India visa and your passport for travel to India. Getting your Indian visa is an exacting process. The Indian Embassy reviews each application and it must meet stringent standards. Call our offices today to discuss your travel plans.
Where will you go?
Instead of the tourist traps, how about a few destinations off the beaten path? Love tea? Love serene, beautiful hills? Check out Munnar.
Jaisalmer is also known as the Golden City.
Cherrapunji is considered one of the wettest locations on our planet and it holds a phenomenal wonder, Nohkalikai Falls. This majestic site is surrounded by rich flora and holds a legend about a crazed woman who jumped off the edge of the falls. This is one of the tallest waterfalls in the country.
Traveling to India in the near future and live in the Houston, Texas area? One of the best things you can do to make your trip planning a breeze is to outsource the acquisition of your Indian travel visa to Texas Tower Passport and Visa. We can process both business and tourist visas for travel to India.
You will need to plan ahead to get your India visa. We can process visas in all jurisdictions, however, this is no rush service available for your visa. It can take at least 10 business days and some applications can take up the 3 weeks or more to process.
Individuals who were born in India, Pakistan or Sri Lanka will have additional requirements and will likely need to apply in person at the Indian Embassy or India Visa Outsourcer office. Because of this, we are unable to assist with these persons’ visa applications. Call our offices to talk with an agent if you are unsure, we will be glad to help you.
The formatting of your India visa is very stringent. The embassy has exacting standards and will reject your visa application if your submitted forms do not meet the requirements for approval. Another point to know is when you submit your passport, make sure it is signed and the signature on your forms matches the signature on your passport exactly.
If you need any certified documents such as birth certificates, we can obtain those for you to cut the time for your applications, also we can translate any necessary documents for you.
The India Embassy will charge the following fees for processing your travel visa:
India visa fees for US Citizens
Multiple entry tourist up to 6 months 15+ business days $ 80.00
Multiple entry business up to 12 months 15+ business days $ 180.00
Outside Houston Jurisdiction: add $150
If you’re ready to get your travel visa to India, contact our offices and let one of our agents walk you through the process. We will make it as fast and easy as possible. Start here on our India visa page.
TexasTower.net is registered, but not affiliated, with the US Government for obtaining travel documents. Our service charges an additional fee to expedite your passport in 24 hours to 12 days. If you do not wish to use our services, you can obtain your passport directly from the U.S. Department of State in 4-7 weeks.