Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do minors need a separate eTourist visa?

    It is important to note that every traveller must apply for an eVisa regardless of age, therefore parents of minors must apply on behalf of their children. Each passport must have its eVisa associated with it.

  • What type of visa do I need to visit Canada?

    The type of visa you need will depend on the purpose of your trip to Canada.

  • What documents do I need to apply for a visa??

    Documents required to depend on the purpose of your trip.

    • Passport
    • Visa application form
    • Proof of payment
    • Proof of a clean criminal record.
    • Evidence of good health by medical examination
    • Proof of financial means
    • Proof that you will return to your country of origin after your Canadian visa expires
    • Cover letter explaining the purpose of your trip to Canada
    • Identity documents and civil status
    • Letter of Support/Invitation to Canada.
  • When is Canada eTA used?

    Once you qualify to travel through our eTA process, you may be wondering how and when eTA will be used during your trip. The first point your eTA will be verified is when you check in with your airline so you can board the flight bound for Canada.

  • How do Canada eTA work?

    The Canada eTA application process requires travellers to provide personal and basic information in the online application form.

    The following information is required for the application:

    • Passenger information such as home address and telephone number
    • Passport information, including passport number, date of issue, and expiration date
    • Job information and employer name
    • Valid email address
    • Credit or debit card for payment.
  • What if I make a mistake in my India eVisa application?

    If the information provided during the Indian eVisa application process is incorrect, applicants are required to register and submit a new online Indian Visa application. The old India eVisa application will be cancelled automatically.

  • What's the difference between double and single entry Indian eVisa?

    Multiple-entry visas allow individuals to visit India more than once within the validity period. A single-entry eVisa allows people to enter the country only once during its validity period. An e-Tourist visa is a single-entry visa and a traditional visa is a multi-entry visa.

  • Who is eligible to apply for India e-Tourist Visa?

    160+ countries are eligible to apply for the India e-Tourist Visa. Citizens of other countries wishing to visit the country for tourism or family visits can apply for an e-tourist visa. If you or your spouse, grandparents, or parents were born in Pakistan or are citizens of Pakistan, you only need to apply for a traditional visa.

  • What to do after the Indian eVisa is received in the mail?

    You will receive an email once your eVisa application has been approved. You should print a copy and take it with you when you visit India. It is recommended that you print two copies of the e-Visa. Upon arrival at the airport, the authorities will take your biometric data and a visa sticker will be affixed to your passport.

  • What payment methods are available?

    All major credit cards are accepted (Visa, MasterCard, Union Pay, American Express, and Discover). You can pay in one of 130 currencies and payment methods including debit/credit/check/PayPal. All transactions are guaranteed with PayPal's highly secure merchant service.

  • Do I get a refund if I cancel my Indian e-Tourist Visa application?

    No, if you cancel your e-Tourist Visa, the fee will not be refunded. Visa fees are non-refundable. Check our refund policy - Refund Policy

  • I am traveling to India. Can I apply for a visa on arrival at the airport?

    No, you cannot apply for a visa on arrival at the airport. You must register and be approved first. If you are a tourist, you must apply for an eTourist Visa online. The visa approval process takes time, so applications cannot be submitted on the day of travel.

  • What if I make a mistake in my India eVisa Application?

    If the information provided during the Indian e-Visa application process is incorrect, the applicant is required to submit and submit a new online Indian Visa application. The old India eVisa application will be cancelled automatically.

  • How long does it take to apply for a Malaysian eVisa?

    Less than 10 minutes. This is the time you need to fill out the application form and that's it! eVisa takes care of the rest.

  • How can I apply for Malaysia eVisa for my family or friends?

    If you want to travel with friends or family, you can apply, as long as it's clear they have the same requirements as before. Remember that it is important to use the tourist card correctly. If you are only adding one person, the only way to do this is to select 'Add New Applicant' in the application form and fill it in with their information.

  • What happens if a minor also wants to go to Malaysia?

    If you have a child under the age of 18, he or she must register with at least one of the parents. They must also submit a scanned copy of their birth certificate. This document is necessary because it defines the relationship between parents and children.

  • Which visa is best for people planning to visit India once or more a year?

    If you only want to visit India once, you can apply for an e-Tourist Visa, which is a single-entry visa. However, if you plan to visit the country several times a year, you will have to apply for a traditional visa. You can apply for a maximum of 2 e-tourist visas in one year.

  • Can people extend their eTourist Visa or apply for a new one after entering India?

    No, people cannot extend their eTourist Visa or apply for a new one after they enter India.

  • Can I buy a visa on arrival in New Zealand?

    No, you cannot apply for a New Zealand visa on arrival. When you check in for your flight or cruise, they will verify that you have a valid visa for your trip. So, file your NZeTA before you travel.

  • Can I extend my NZeTA?

    No, NZeTA cannot be extended. If your NZeTA is not valid long enough for your planned trip and you are staying in New Zealand, please apply for a new visa before you travel. Your NZeTA must be valid during your stay in New Zealand. Would you like to live in New Zealand for more than 3 consecutive months? Then use a different type of visa.

  • I'm traveling to New Zealand with medication, what should I consider?

    If you wish to take medicine in New Zealand, you must declare it and bring a prescription from your doctor. You can read more about what to watch out for when traveling with medication on the CAK (Central Administration) website.

  • Does the NZeTA guarantee that I can enter New Zealand?

    There is also no airport security in New Zealand. Immigration New Zealand will double-verify upon your arrival that you meet all requirements to enter New Zealand. Even if you hold a valid NZeTA or another visa. They may also be subject to random inspection upon arrival. In this case, the immigration officer will ask you a few questions about your journey to New Zealand. If you meet all requirements for travel to New Zealand and can satisfy the immigration authorities that all of the information is correct, you can enter the country.

  • I can't register NZeTA, what now?

    Has your NZeTA application been approved but you still can't check in with the airline? This may be because your passport details were not filled in correctly at check-in or when applying for your NZeTA.

    Your passport details are date of birth, place of birth, gender, date of issue and expiration, your full name, and passport number. Dutch passport numbers never contain the letter "o". Instead, enter the number "0" at check-in.

  • Can I cancel my NZeTA application?

    No, once we have sent your visa application to the government of the country concerned, unfortunately, your application cannot be cancelled. Therefore, payments are non-refundable.

  • I have multiple passports; can I choose which pass I want to travel New Zealand with?

    Yes, you can choose which passport you want to use when traveling abroad. For your e-Visa to be valid, the details on your e-Visa must match those on your passport. Before making your choice, you can check whether you are eligible for an e-Visa with this passport..

  • What are the advantages of applying for an e-Visa through this website?

    We work as intermediaries. You can submit your eVisa application quickly, easily, and completely on our website. We check your details for the most common errors before forwarding the application to your destination country for verification.

  • My passport is about to expire and I will apply for a new one before traveling, can I still apply for an Indian e-Visa?

    No, for the validity of your e-Visa the details on your e-Visa must match the details on the passport you are traveling with. Therefore, you must have new passport details before applying for the e-Visa.