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I don't have any suggestion how to get the e-visa faster. I think I can explain how you got into this predicament because it happened to me: the cutoff time after you submit the application is measured in the Indian Time Zone (at the server), but the date shown when you make the application is your local time zone (in your browser). As India is significantly ...


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In 2017, I traveled to India on an eVisa, and did not have my ticket booked before my application. You can also see the sample form here, and it's not required.


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Both Turkey and North Cyprus consider the other to be fully independent countries so travel requirements for one are not relevant to the other. The visa requirements for North Cyprus are outlined here. There are only 3 countries which require visas to enter, all of which require in-person applications. In short, US or Turkish Visas are not relevant for entry ...


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I am not sure about the link you have posted, but this is the official website for the Indian eVisa https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/evisa/tvoa.html The official website will ask you about the date of arrival, the port of entry and duration of stay. However, you can arrive on a different date as long as it falls within the duration/validity they have ...


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As said in the comments, to get an Indian E-Visa two blank pages are needed, but they do not have to be next to each other. One page will be used for the visa itself, and other will be used for the entry stamp. As you have four pages left this will be fine.


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Yes, this is allowed. The photo then needs to be approved so if it doesn't fit the requirments it won't pass. Photo requirements as follows from the GOV website: 1. What photos are required for the application? Two photos of the applicant must be uploaded: Portrait photo (4x6cm): Looking straight and without glasses. Passport data page: ...


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