India recently relaxed rules governing its e-visas, which should simplify business travel. But while there are e-business visas, there aren’t e-visas for employment activities—an important distinction.
Over the past five years, India has introduced a series of reforms, including the e-visa authorization program, to ease the visa process for business visitors and tourists. It further liberalized regulations earlier this year.
The e-visa program, open to citizens of 166 countries, including the United States, provides an expedited process for visitors who need to travel to India on short notice, allowing them to apply online and receive a decision often within two or three days.
E-business visa holders are now allowed to stay in India for 180…
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