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Visa Services:

Getting a Visa for any particular country is usually a very strenuous process. Keeping this in mind, we at International Travel House Limited, offer specialized services to help you in obtaining visas without any hassle and pain. Our Visa Team has very good rapport with the concerned embassies / consulates and can definitely ease this process

Requirements for Visa:

  • Original passport valid for a period of at least 6 months.
  • Passport size photographs. (Please check for the background, number of photographs, size of photographs, as some embassies / consulates are very particular about this)
  • Duly filled and signed Application Form. Each embassy / consulate has a separate form to be filled.
  • Standard supporting documents required are:
  1. Covering letter addressed to the embassy / consulate for granting the visa
  2. Bank statements for the previous 6 months
  3. Income Tax returns for the previous three years
  4. Sponsorship letters (in some cases)
  5. Return air-tickets (in some cases)
  6. Hotel bookings / your stay details etc
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Indian Visa Policy / Visa for visiting India

Visitors to India must obtain a visa from one of the Indian diplomatic missions in their country unless they come from one of the visa-exempt countries or countries whose citizens may obtain a visa on arrival.

Citizens of the following 11 countries are currently granted visa on arrival for a single stay of up to 30 days in India when travelling as a tourist or visiting family or friends: Finland, the Philippines, Singapore, Japan, New Zealand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, and Luxembourg. This is applicable at the following airports: Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Kochi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Thiruvananthapuram. Visa on arrival allows only a single entry and is issued maximum of two times in a calendar year, with a minimum gap of 60 days between each visit.

With effect from October 2014, the Visa on Arrival facility will be made available to citizens of 180 countries and implemented initially at nine international airports: Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkatta, Chennai, Cochin, Hyderabad, Goa, Trivandrum and then gradually extended to all 26 airports from where international flights ply. Citizens of these countries would be able to apply online and receive an electronic visa authorization within three to five working days. The Bureau of Immigration will set up a website for this purpose.

Countries not to be covered under this scheme are Pakistan, China, Sri Lanka, Iran, Sudan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Nigeria, and Somalia.

Citizens of Bhutan and Nepal do not need a visa to enter India.

 
 

   
 

Overseas Travel Insurance Cover From Bajaj Allianz

Whether you travel for business or pleasure, international travel involves risk. Medical treatment abroad can be expensive and one never knows, when one would be in need of it. Having to spend for medical bills in foreign currency can be an expensive proposition. There are other difficult situations also, that one might face, like loss of passport or baggage. Bajaj Allianz’s Travel Companion is specially designed to help you deal with such situations while travelling overseas

What does this Policy cover?

  1. Personal accident – covers death and permanent disablement.

  2. Medical Expenses and Repatriation – covers hospitalisation expenses for accident or illness, including medical evacuation wherever necessary.

  3. Loss of checked baggage – The Company will pay the Insured up to the Section C Sum Assured specified in the schedule in respect of the complete and permanent loss or destruction of the Insured’s Checked Baggage, save that the Company may, in its sole and absolute discretion, opt to reinstate or replace the Checked Baggage as an alternative to making payment to the Insured hereunder:

    3.1 It is a condition precedent to the Company’s Liability hereunder that upon discovering the loss of Checked Baggage the Insured shall obtain a relevant property irregularity report from the Airline and submit it to the Claims Administrator in the event of a Claim.

    3.2 Any Claim for any item lost in respect of which the Claim exceeds Rs.6,000/- or other currency equivalent must be supported by documentation evidencing the Insured’s ownership of the item, such documentation to be submitted to the Claims’ Administrator in the event of a Claim.

    3.3 The Company’s liability to make payment shall not arise until liability is admitted by the Airline.

    3.4 The Company’s payment to the Insured will be reduced by any sum for which the Airline is liable to make payment.

  4. Delay of checked baggage – The Company will indemnify the Insured up to the Section D Sum Assured specified in the schedule in respect of the Insured’s emergency purchase of toiletries, medication and clothing to replace those contained in Checked Baggage, the arrival of which is delayed by more than 12 hours beyond the time of the Insured’s arrival at the intended destination outside of India.

  5. Loss of passport – In the event of the Insured’s loss of his passport, the Company will indemnify the Insured up to the Section E Sum Assured specified in the schedule in respect of the reasonable expenses necessarily incurred by the Insured in obtaining a duplicate or fresh passport.

    5.1 Loss or damage to the Insured’s passport as a result of confiscation or detention by customs, police or any other authority.

    5.2 Loss which is not reported to the appropriate police authority within 24 hours of the discovery of the loss, and in respect of which an official report has not been obtained.

    5.3 Loss caused by the Insured’s failure to take reasonable steps to guard against the loss of the passport.

  6. Personal liability – covers legal liability attaching in a private capacity during the course of overseas travel.

  7. Cashless service –­­ Direct settlement for in-hospital medical expenses abroad. (Subject to policy terms and conditions and sub limits)

  8. Hospitalisation Allowance – covers daily allowance maximum up to $150 applicable only for Corporate Frequent Traveller Policy Holders.

  9. Golfer’s Hole-in-one: Reimbursement expenses incurred in celebration of achieving a hole – in - one by the insured during the trip, anywhere in the world excluding India, in a United State Golf Association (USGA) recognized golf course.

  10. Emergency Cash Advance: This is an assistance service when the insured person requires emergency cash following incidents like theft/burglary of luggage/money or hold up. The service provider shall co-ordinate with the insured person’s relatives in India to provide emergency cash assistance to the insured person as his requirement, up to limit specified in the policy schedule.

  11. Hijack cover: For each 24 hour period the insured is detained by hijackers following the hijacking of any aircraft in which the insured is travelling, the Company will pay the sum specified in the schedule subject to the maximum the limit specified in the schedule. All other policy terms and conditions shall remain unaltered.

We have various plans / packages to choose from like Travel Care, Travel Secure, Travel Value, Travel Family and Travel Age.

Exclusions
  1. The policy does not cover pre-existing diseases and complications arising from them.

  2. Routine physical or other examinations where there are no objective indications of impairment of normal health.

  3. Medical expenses beyond the expiry of the policy period.

  4. Suicide, attempted suicide wilfully self inflicted injury or illness, mental disorder, anxiety, stress or depression, venereal disease, alcoholism, drunkenness, abuse of drugs, HIV, AIDS.

  5. Manual work or hazardous occupation, self-exposure to needless peril (except in an attempt to save human life), or if engaging in any criminal or illegal act.

  6. Pregnancy, resulting in childbirth, miscarriage, abortion or complications arising out of any of the foregoing.

  7. Loss or damage to the Insured’s passport as a result of the confiscation or detention by customs, police or any other authority.

  8. Loss which is not reported to the appropriate police authority within 24 hours of the discovery of the loss, and in respect of which an official report has not been obtained.

  9. Loss caused by the Insured’s failure to take reasonable steps to guard against loss of passport.
 

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