I am travelling from london to australia then to mumbai then back to london. I have a visa for India but will the india immigration still let me in india from australia
Province/Country relating to question : australia and india
Hi thank you for your question. Please remember to rate my answer 3 STARS OR ABOVE so that I am credited for my time.Having a visa for a country doesn't always guarantee entry, however, if you do have a visa for India then you should be allowed to enter, provided you answer any questions they may have satisfactorily. I hope this answers your question if so kindly leave positive feedback so I can get credited for my time. Kind regards,
For £60 that seemed very vague. I need to know that i can enter india from australia instead of from london
Thank you for your reply.You can enter Indian from where you like. Your visa was given on the condition that you meet the immigrant requirement for India. There is no condition on your visa that you must enter it from the UK. It would not seem wise to put conditions on a visa regarding where they last departed from. As I mentioned before the immigration in India may ask questions as to why you traveled to Australia first if they deem relevant, just to clarify any suspicions they may have if any.Therefore, it should have no effect what so ever where you enter the country from, just that you meet the required immigration entry rules for Indian.I hope this answers your question.Kind regards
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