Global Health Care detailed Product Description for
Medical Visa From Kenya To India- Medical tourism to India
|Receipt of applications||Working Days – 9.30am to 11.30am|
|Delivery of documents||Working Days – 3.00pm to 4.00pm|
i) Filled-in and signed hard copy of the online visa application form;
ii) Two recent colour photographs;
iii) Letter of invitation from an approved Hospital /Doctor in India;
iv) Medical documents establishing the need for taking medical treatment in India;
v) Proof of availability of sufficient funds for stay in India including the expenses for medical treatment by producing documents such as Bank statement, Salary certificate, sponsorship letter etc.;
A Medical/Medical Attendant visa is normally issued in 3 working days, exclusive of the day on which application is made.
1. Original documents will be returned after verification at the counter.
2. After the submission of application at the High Commission, fee is to be deposited at any of the branches of the Bank of India in Nairobi (Nairobi Branch, Kenyatta Avenue; Westlands Branch; and Industrial Area Branch) in favour of the High Commission of India, Nairobi.
3. After the payment of fee, applicant need not visit High Commission to show the fee paid challan.
4. High Commission reserves the right to decline any Visa even if visa fee has been paid. Payment of fee does not guarantee issuance of visa.
5. Additional documents may be sought and a personal interview may be warranted, in certain cases.
6. Visa fee paid is non-refundable.
7. Validity of Visa is from the date of its issue.
8. If visa applicant is not normally resident in Kenya or Eritrea or Somalia or if he/she does not hold a Kenyan or Eritrean or Somali passport, visa processing may take longer time. Visa fee may also differ in such cases and additional documents may be sought.
9. Fee paid challan should be produced at the time of collection of Services.
10. Each Service is subject to a surcharge of Ksh.200/- towards Indian Community Welfare Fund (ICWF), in addition to the visa fee as mentioned above.
11. If documents are either deposited or collected by an authorized person on behalf of applicant, he/she must produce a letter of authority from the applicant to submit/collect the documents on behalf of the applicant. The letter of authority should be signed by the applicant and the authorized person; it should contain identification details of the authorized person which shall be verifiable.
12. For registration information relating to Foreigners Regional Registration Office (FRRO)/ Foreigners Registration Office (FRO), please contact –www.immigrationindia.nic.in
13. For any further query, please e-mail:email@example.com
14. Suggestions/complaints may be sent firstname.lastname@example.org
15. Phone Number for enquiry : +254 (0) 538009784
Reference Website URL : High Commission of India Nairobi, Kenya