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Business Visa

Business Visa

Any individual who wishes to enter India requires a Visa to do so, and different Visas are issued depending on the purpose of visit stated on the Visa application. If a person wishes to enter India to study, for example, he/she would be issued a Student Visa, those who want to see the sights or visit friends and family would be issued a Tourist Visa, and those who wish to pursue commercial activity are issued Business Visas.

Business Visas are issued to those whose reasons for visiting the country are to promote, establish, or negotiate business-related activities in India. Even people who want to establish contact for future business relations are allowed to travel on this Visa. This should not be confused with an employment visa, which is to be applied for by those entering the country to work as employees or on a contract basis, drawing a regular salary.

Even large manufacturing companies and engineering establishments send their representatives/salesmen/executives to the country to promote and sell their goods/buy large quantities of Indian-made products through a Business Visa.

Business Visa holders that have dependents or traveling companions that don’t fit the requirements for a Business Visa should apply for an Entry Visa for their dependents.

Validity Of Business Visa

The duration of a Business Visa’s validity is based on the purpose for which it is required. Foreign businessmen who have set up/intend to set up joint business ventures in India can have a multiple-entry Business Visa approved with a validity of up to 10 years, if need be.

While the total period of stay in India is limited to 6 months at a time for those that enter on Business Visas, an Indian Business Visa may be valid for one year or more with a clause that allows for multiple entries.

It should be noted that the duration of the Visa starts on the date of issuance, and not on the date of first entry into India using that Visa.

Eligibility for Business Visa

Given below are details of the types of persons that are eligible to receive a Business Visa to India:

  1. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India for the purpose of exploring the feasibility and viability of establishing business ventures in India.
  2. Foreign Nationals who wish to establish business ventures in India.
  3. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India for the purpose of exploring the feasibility and viability of establishing industrial/manufacturing ventures in India.
  4. Foreign Nationals who wish to establish industrial/manufacturing ventures in India.
  5. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India to purchase industrial, commercial, or consumer products and durables.
  6. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India to sell industrial, commercial, or consumer products and durables.
  7. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India to hold technical meetings, knowledge transfers, discussions, etc. for businesses and ventures that are either actively functioning in India or are planning to establish themselves in India.
  8. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India to attend board meetings, general meetings, etc. for providing business support to ventures that are actively functioning in India.
  9. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India to recruit manpower.
  10. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India because they are partners, directors, or functioning executives in a company that runs business operations in India.
  11. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India for consultations, feasibility studies, etc. for exhibitions, trade fairs, etc.
  12. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India to participate in any capacity in exhibitions, trade fairs, etc.
  13. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India to evaluate potential suppliers of goods or business products.
  14. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India to transact and negotiate with suppliers of goods or business goods.
  15. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India in order to communicate specifications, place orders, and monitor the quality of goods for which orders have been placed for goods to be supplied from India.
  16. Foreign Nationals and foreign subject matter experts who wish to travel to India to monitor the progress of any work licensed in India and to provide technical guidance on the same.
  17. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India conduct pre-sales activities like market studies, surveys, etc. which may or may not amount to the execution of a project or sale.
  18. Foreign National trainees of multinational companies or corporate entities that wish to travel to India for hands-on experience or in-house training for the company’s arm in India.
  19. AIESEC sponsored foreign students that wish to travel to India for internships or project work in any industry or company present in India.
  20. Tour conductors, travel agents, senior executives, subject matter experts, etc. that wish to travel to India for any work which has been deemed to be of national importance (including those ventures taken on by public sector undertakings, etc.).

Validity Of Business Visa

The duration of a Business Visa’s validity is based on the purpose for which it is required. Foreign businessmen who have set up/intend to set up joint business ventures in India can have a multiple-entry Business Visa approved with a validity of up to 10 years, if need be.

While the total period of stay in India is limited to 6 months at a time for those that enter on Business Visas, an Indian Business Visa may be valid for one year or more with a clause that allows for multiple entries.

It should be noted that the duration of the Visa starts on the date of issuance, and not on the date of first entry into India using that Visa.

Eligibility for Business Visa

Given below are details of the types of persons that are eligible to receive a Business Visa to India:

  1. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India for the purpose of exploring the feasibility and viability of establishing business ventures in India.
  2. Foreign Nationals who wish to establish business ventures in India.
  3. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India for the purpose of exploring the feasibility and viability of establishing industrial/manufacturing ventures in India.
  4. Foreign Nationals who wish to establish industrial/manufacturing ventures in India.
  5. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India to purchase industrial, commercial, or consumer products and durables.
  6. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India to sell industrial, commercial, or consumer products and durables.
  7. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India to hold technical meetings, knowledge transfers, discussions, etc. for businesses and ventures that are either actively functioning in India or are planning to establish themselves in India.
  8. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India to attend board meetings, general meetings, etc. for providing business support to ventures that are actively functioning in India.
  9. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India to recruit manpower.
  10. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India because they are partners, directors, or functioning executives in a company that runs business operations in India.
  11. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India for consultations, feasibility studies, etc. for exhibitions, trade fairs, etc.
  12. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India to participate in any capacity in exhibitions, trade fairs, etc.
  13. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India to evaluate potential suppliers of goods or business products.
  14. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India to transact and negotiate with suppliers of goods or business goods.
  15. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India in order to communicate specifications, place orders, and monitor the quality of goods for which orders have been placed for goods to be supplied from India.
  16. Foreign Nationals and foreign subject matter experts who wish to travel to India to monitor the progress of any work licensed in India and to provide technical guidance on the same.
  17. Foreign Nationals who wish to travel to India conduct pre-sales activities like market studies, surveys, etc. which may or may not amount to the execution of a project or sale.
  18. Foreign National trainees of multinational companies or corporate entities that wish to travel to India for hands-on experience or in-house training for the company’s arm in India.
  19. AIESEC sponsored foreign students that wish to travel to India for internships or project work in any industry or company present in India.
  20. Tour conductors, travel agents, senior executives, subject matter experts, etc. that wish to travel to India for any work which has been deemed to be of national importance (including those ventures taken on by public sector undertakings, etc.).