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Indian E-Visas – Application Overview
In a recent blog, we discussed some of the most challenging countries to take international depositions – one of which was the exotic nation of India. Besides requiring prior permission from the Indian Central Authority, all deposition attendees must have a visa to enter the country.
Six Tips for Taking Depositions in India
Certain countries have a few extra or different steps when it comes to scheduling depositions. Depositions in Germany can be taken only at the U.S. Consulate in Frankfurt, for example, while Honduras requires a letter rogatory requesting judicial assistance from the Honduran courts when taking a voluntary deposition of a non-U.S. citizen.
Nine Passport Tips for International Depositions
International depositions require more planning (and time) than depositions here in the U.S. Travel requirements are a big part of that. Below are a few tips regarding your passport to ensure you aren’t turned away at the gate en route to your depositions!
Depositions in India
The first step (and possibly the longest) in preparing to take depositions in India is to obtain a visa to enter the country. A visa is required for any U.S. citizen traveling to India, and the process to secure an Indian visa can be quite lengthy. It is recommended to allow at least 3 weeks for processing. The Embassy of India has outsourced the processing of visa requests to Cox & Kings...