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Early on in Web 1.0, there used to be two or three bulletin boards focussed on english speaking tourists, their advice to newbies was blatantly bordering on illegality. Two of those sites did not survive 9/11 changes, for reasons other than increased scrutiny at the border. IM, for better or worse, does not encourage, now a days; fudging details.

It is better to get a honest and bitter truth now, and here; than the heartache and wallet-busting circumstances at the airport.

To the larger question; in this age of connectedness, there are still sites that peddle whatever you are willing to believe. Visa expiry is visa expiry. Some countries do an equivalent of NYC's famous perp-walk. I could name the airports where daily, a handful of visitors, are subjected to dehumanizing treatment.

Yes, one can go to an FRRO, grovel, pay a fine, and get out. This should *never* be a common-practice and should be used in emergencies.

Last year, during an official trip to New Delhi, a Foreign Minister equivalent, and India inked series of agreements, one of which was sharing of data on border infractions. What this means, is anything annotated on IVFRT, could be shared with other countries with whom India has bilaterals.

To people in Europe/North America overstay is perceived as minor traffic infraction, but it is not!

People forget this axiom: Duckup on your part, should not become an emergency{or crisis} on my part.
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Originally Posted by OldandRambling View Post Sorry for the short lecture, but it is getting rather unpleasant, day after day...

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The world is getting rather very unpleasant by the hour. IM just mirrors the atomic world in virtual/cyber sphere.

You, as an UK citizen, and I as am American citizen; never or rarely notice, when we return into our own countries, the near military C&C infrastructure ready to pounch on non-citizens ! But they exist and flex and project their power, daily, every day, and with unrelenting robotic precision.
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Just another of my short lectures on not lecturing...

My post was not meant to be a plea to soften the facts of the reality of the OP's predicament, but a plea for kindness and tact in our responses, both to that post and in the wider IM community.

I don't view India as any more of a "soft touch" than my home country, and providing correct and realistic information when I can, as well as injecting a little humour, is the purpose of my participation on India Mike.

Share the knowledge, but let's not undermine any questioner for asking something that they thought could be answered...?

I am fond of travel by Indian trains, and am aware that we have lost several members who had good specialist knowledge of this subject, through harsh responses to their posts, so maybe I am over sensitive about this subject myself!

Lastly, may I say how pleased I am to see ViSHVa posting again, I have missed his contributions.

Hmm, now, let's see if I can win more friends with my contributions about Indian religion, politics, and the BBC...

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Originally Posted by OldandRambling View Post Just another of my short lectures on not lecturing...
Keep it coming - The lecturing
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Interesting different results, one person is two hours late and gets put in detention for 24 hours and deported. The other is a day late and the official just passes him on. Go figure..
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Exit permit fee by 1 day

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Originally Posted by Ped Furthermore, "violating" the visa date will be necessary

Are you serious, or are you a troll?

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Originally Posted by RPG What a strange question. "I'm going to break the law. But I'll take care of it with money, just tell me how much."
RPG was absolutely right, but not stern enough.

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Originally Posted by nycank View Post The world is getting rather very unpleasant by the hour. IM just mirrors the atomic world in virtual/cyber sphere.

You, as an UK citizen, and I as am American citizen; never or rarely notice, when we return into our own countries, the near military C&C infrastructure ready to pounch on non-citizens ! But they exist and flex and project their power, daily, every day, and with unrelenting robotic precision.
Agree with the completely, though believe that the unpleasantness is not so much to do with the military C&C but with other developments such as political divisions. As an addendum, at least in the US - the polarization in terms of opinions is high and rising - so is the stridency in how they are expressed. I am sure my own argumentation unf reflects that development.
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Originally Posted by Ped View Post Anyway, i was expecting that there was an official document which would state the "fee for one day overdue" - X ; "fee for two days overdue" -
You're assuming "westerner privilege", a variant of "white privilege"---the idea that since you have money, the seas will part for you. Maybe they will, maybe they won't.
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If the OP does go the route which can end in Tihar there is an art form. However, I don't see a justifiable basis for disclosing that in this case or medium..
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I second what Old and Rambling noted earlier. This is beating the dead horse. There might be western privilege or there might be the lack of experience or naivete - who knows. He is not the first or the last one to test the boundaries from the West or the East. In this case, not enough to send him to Tihar jail yet, even though this thread might suggest otherwise.
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Depending on what remedy the OP chooses. Somebody slipped 500 USD to an Austin policeman to ignore his ticket and got a year in the hoosegow. In Dallas it would only take 50 for a different result..
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There is a way out it seems, the weblink posted in the above post #7, (scroll down and read the post. 25 in that link) says there is a standard and legal way to get out of this mess. At the end of the day these “ offenders” have not offended in any way as of YET. They are requesting the Home Ministry if it can help them out of their misery. Turns out Indian law is considerate and for a small fee their visas can be extended for a day or two exclusively for delayed departures. Again mind you they haven’t yet overstayed their visas and their records are unblemished...

“26. Re: e-Tourist Visa 1 Day Overstay / Overnight at Kochi Airport
Apr 4, 2017, 3:47 PM
I wanted to write on this forum post to help people out if they ever found themselves in this situation. Me and my boyfriend have just got back from India, we miscalculated our e tourist visa by one day and had a flight booked for the 31st but our visa ran out on the 30th. Here is what we did! We went to the FRRO office in Mumbai, before you go get a 'C' copy from your hotel (don't know if you need this but it says on the exit visa it is mandatory so better to have it just in case). Once in the FRRO office (3rd floor) you will queue until you reach reception, tell the receptionist what you need/your situation, in our case an exit visa...I guess this would be the same for any overstay but always check as if you overstayed longer than a day you may need a different document. We were then directed downstairs out of the building to a small shop front where a man filled out our exit visa, took about 40 minutes for the 2 of us and was 300 rupee each. Then go back into the FRRO building, queue again then you are directed into a different waiting room. An officer will deal with your visa, scan relevant documents etc. The cost for our exit visa was 3,600 rupee. All in all we were there 7 hours! But we didn't have our C copy and went back to our hotel to get one. It is so stressful and worrying not knowing what will happen as nowhere online seems to have a specific answer and I just wanted to give people our experience to maybe reassure you that you can get an exit visa and it will all be okay! Obviously, always follow the rules of a visa, but in our case, it was a honest mistake.

@OP,
so there you must reach the FRRO in person sooner than later and make sure all paper work all done ASAP. Good luck.
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I had heard something of the sort last year. But, since it wasn't alluded to by my betters I timidly held back. Very glad to see a description of it actually working. Sometimes there is a bit of slip between cup and mouth in these things..

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