My GF is British Pakistani want to visit me in Mumbai

#1 May 16th, 2013, 12:20
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hi guyz,
my GF is British Pakistani and she wanted to see me in Mumbai. i send my all details to her, to apply for a Indian VISA. but Indian embassy ask her to submit letter of invitation from India with notarized. i am little confused how this letter of invitation look a like......should i catch a local lawyer? in Mumbai to do this thing????? i am bit confused. we are also planning to get marry as well.

please guys need your suggestions or help.

regards
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Notarized invitation for a naturalized UK citizen for a tourist visa?
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Originally Posted by ashyashwin View Post Notarized invitation for a naturalized UK citizen for a tourist visa?
http://in.vfsglobal.co.uk/referral_case.html

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All passport holders of Pakistani Origin /Spouse

Copy of employer's letter (addressed to the HCI and its respective consulates) OR chartered accountant's certificate (if self-employed) OR unemployment allowance letter / disability allowance letter / benefit letter.
Last three months bank statement.
Notarized invitation from relative (s) in India and their proof of identity (Photo ID).
Duly filled Additional form along with the Referral fee of 10.
All care shown, no responsibility taken:

Your letter should include the following information about the person being invited (your girlfriend):

* Complete name.
* Date of birth.
* The person’s address and telephone number.
* Your relationship to the person being invited.
* The purpose of the trip.
* How long the person you are inviting intends to stay in India. (you will need to be specific about this)
* Details on accommodation and living expenses.
* The date the person you are inviting intends to leave India.

Your letter should also include the following information about the person writing the letter (you):

* Complete name.
* Date of birth.
* Address and telephone number in India.
* Occupation in India.
* Your status in India
* A photocopy of documents proving your status in India and financial Status.

As a guide, something like this:
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dd Month 2013

sameer001
Apollo Bundar
Mumbai 400 039
India
+ 91 - 22 - 2222 2222

To Whom It May Concern:

Application for Tourist visa: Your girlfriend's Name; her date of birth; her Passport number.

I am writing to confirm I wish to invite (your GFs name) to visit me in Mumbai, India for 6 weeks. I hope she will be able to come on 20 May 2013 and leave India on 1 July 2013.

I am an Indian Citizen and work as <occupation> at <employer> in <location of business>.

I am able to accommodate her for the duration of her stay in India. Please find attached evidence of my accommodation.

I have enclosed the following documents:

Copy of passport
Proof of residence (lease agreement, ownership papers, etc)

Should you require any additional information please do not hesitate to contact me.

Your faithfully

sameer001
Then have the letter notarised.
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Great post DrRudi.

(It should be her stay in India.)
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oops! Edited. Thanks Julia.
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Dont bother you wont get a visa even if you dont have any other passport and only a British Passport. Its a scam they will take your money and make you wait and then reject it for no reason. You are being punished for your birth.
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How to get Indian Visa for British Pakistani

For british pakistani spouses of an indian origin person the Indian embassy is issuing 1 year multiple entry Visas
The husband just needs to write a letter and NO NEED to get notarised
Upon presentation of necessary documentary evidence in this regard, a visitor visa for a maximum of five specified places may be issued for a longer period of up to two years with multiple entries to:

a) Senior citizens (those above 65 years of age);
b) Pakistani national or British Pakistani married to an Indian national or Indian Origin and
c) Children below 12 years of age accompanying parent(s) as given in (b) above.


My wife just got her multi entry visa no issues, it did take 2 months though
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Originally Posted by rauf1 View Post For british pakistani spouses of an indian origin person the Indian embassy is issuing 1 year multiple entry Visas
The husband just needs to write a letter and NO NEED to get notarised




My wife just got her multi entry visa no issues, it did take 2 months though
Did you read what the OP wrote ? He is not married to this woman !!! India does not give Fiance(e) Visa, or anything on Intent.

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