Indian government to make security checks easy for foreign nationals
Posted on February 10, 2016
Very soon, international immigrants coming to India will have a smoother visit with the administration wanting to offer omission to various types of visa-holders from going to FRROs (Foreign Regional Registration Offices) for security check or change of location. The FRRO is the essential organization that manages the enlistment, stay, departure, and time of stay & development in India.
Right now, every overseas immigrant relocating to India on a student visa, medical visa, research visa, or medical specialist visa and employment visa; all of which is valid for over 180 days. In addition, there is a requirement to get enlisted with the concerned FRRO within 14 days of landing into an Indian territory.
These regulations will soon be made on-line by the Bureau of Immigration, India, to give them a hassle free visit. Long international relocation guests who change their area of stay starting with one city then onto the next will simply need to go on-line to inform the FRRO office. The move is set to cut postponements, inconvenience and fraud to non-natives coming to India.
The Modi Government has, as of late, taken various pro-active decisions to advance India on the global guide as an appealing destination for business and tourism purposes, as well as employment, training and research. The move is set to support these segments as throughout the years numerous complaints have been registered by governmental authorities from non-natives looking for medical aid and information in India; discovering that it is very difficult to report to FRROs as they need immediate hospitalization and such.
In alternate cases, there have been cases when foreign immigrants on employment visas or research visas have changed their areas more than the permitted times and each time need to report to the FRROs in person. Surprisingly, such classifications of visas will be exempted from paying visits to the FRROs.
Find FRRO offices in Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bangalore, Calicut, Chennai, Cochin, Delhi, Panaji, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Trivandrum, Chandigarh and Srinagar.