Medical Visa for India from Mauritius

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Medical visa to India from Mauritius can be obtained online very easily. Patients who are willing to travel to India from Mauritius need to obtain medical visa in order to get treatment in any reputed hospital in India. For the residents of Mauritius evisa facility is available and thus patient can fill the required form from the comfort of their homes. Medical eVisa is granted usually within 24 hrs of application. 

Eligibility for medical visa to India

  1. Medical visa is granted only to patients who are travelling to India for medical treatment.
  2. Patient to consult with reputed & recognized hospitals.
  3. 2 medical attendants are allowed along with the patient.
  4. Passport holders of Mauritius are eligible for medical evisa.

Documents required for Medical eVisa to India

  1. Scanned bio page of the passport showing photograph and other details.
  2. Copy of the letter from the hospital on its letter head.
  3. Scanned bio page of the attendants passport page having photograph and other details.

2 attendants are allowed along with the patient.

For complete details please log into this website :-

https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/evisa/tvoa.html

Medical eVisa application process

Process has been made extremely simple for medical evisa.

  1. Apply online on the website mentioned above.
  2. Pay visa fees online.
  3. Receive evisa online.
  4. Travel to India.

 

Details of the photograph and documents to be uploaded while applying for medical evisa

  • Format – JPEG
  • Size
    • Minimum 10 KB
    • Maximum 1 MB
  • The height and width of the Photo must be equal.
  • Photo should present full face, front view, eyes open and without spectacles
  • Center head within frame and present full head from top of hair to bottom of chin
  • Background should be plain light colored or white background.
  • No shadows on the face or on the background.
  • Without borders.
  • Scanned Bio Page of the passport showing the Photograph and Details.
    • Format -PDF
    • Size : Minimum 10 KB ,Maximum 300 KB
  • Other document for Business/Medical Purpose
    • Format -PDF
    • Size : Minimum 10 KB ,Maximum 300 KB
 
How to fill medical evisa to India online ?

 

Steps for filling evisa application form

  1. Browse website https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/evisa/tvoa.html
  2. Click on evisa application.
  3. Select passport type.
  4. Select nationality.
  5. Select the port of arrival.
  6. Put date of birth of the applicant.
  7. Put email id of the applicant.
  8. Mention the expected date of arrival. ( Expected date of arrival can be put any date 4 days after filling the application form).
  9. Click on eMedical visa for patient and eMedical attendant visa for attendants.
  10. Agree to terms and click on continue.
  11. In the next page you will be required to fill your personal details like name, surname, gender, date of birth, city of birth, country of birth, citizenship, national id no, religion, visible identification mark, nationality, etc,
  12. Fill passport details like country of issue, passport number, date of issue, place of issue, & nationality. Save & continue.
  13. IN the next page you need to fill present address, and permanent address. 
  14. Fill family details and marital status.
  15. Fill professional details of the applicant. Save & continue.
  16. In thee next page fill the place to be visited and some other details like revisiting details, last Indian visa number etc..
  17. Countries visited in last 10 years etc.

Most important is the reference required India. You can put Syncare Corporation details in that column. However, this facility is available only if you travel through Syncare Corporation assistance.

Our details :-

Syncare Corporation
2, Temple Street, 
Near Chandni, 
Kolkata – 700072
 
Contact Details and Working Hours of the High Commission of India in Mauritius

High Commission of India in Port Louis, Mauritius

Address

6th Floor, L.I.C. Building, Pres. John Kennedy Street, P.O. Box 162
Port Louis, Mauritius

Phone No.

  • General:

    • +230 208 3775/76

    • +230 208 0031

    • +230 211 1400

  • Consular Wing:

    • +230 211 7332

Fax

  • General: +230 208 8891

  • Consular Wing: +230 208 6859

Email ID

 hicom.cons@intnet.mu

Working Days Monday – Friday
Working Hours
  • Submission of Visa Application: 0930 hours – 1200 hours
  • Collection of Visa: 1615 hours to 1700 hours

Consular Wing

Name

Designation

Phone No.

Fax

Shri Abhay Thakur

High Commissioner

  • 208 7372
  • 208 8123

208 8891

Shri R.P. Singh

Counsellor (Consular)

208 5546

208 6859

Shri Dilip Kumar Sinha

Attache (Consular)

5955 1761

208 6859

Shri Makhan Singh

Attache(PS) to Counsellor

208 5546

208 6859

 
For obtaining medical visa from a reputed hospital do contact us at + 91 96 1588 1588 and send patients medical reports along with passport details. You can also write to us at :- info@cancerfax.com

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