Countries with VISA Free Entry For Indians
Visa-free entry means travelers can visit without a visa or get a visa, visitor’s permit or electronic visa on arrival. The more nations that allow these facilities for a country’s passport, the stronger it is.
Who Issues Indian Passport
An Indian passport is issued by the Ministry of External Affairs of the Republic of India to Indian citizens for the purpose of international travel. It enables the bearer to travel internationally and serves as proof of Indian citizenship as per the Passports.
Visa Free Entry For Indian Passport Holders
India is ranked 90 out 199 countries in the strength of Passport. According to the data in 2011, it’s rank was 78 and it has moved downward. As of 2021, Indian passport holders are allowed visa free entry only to 58 countries in the world.
Japan and Singapore are the two top-ranked nations — their passport holders are allowed visa-free travel to 192 countries. Afghanistan passports are at the bottom of the table — it has visa-free access to only 26 countries.
List of countries with Visa Free Entry for Indian passport holder
British Virgin Islands
Palestine (You may not enter the country through the Gaza Strip)
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Trinidad and Tobago
Turks and Caicos Islands
Indians may need to purchase travel insurance when visiting these countries. To find out whether you need travel insurance, visit the article.
How Can Indians Travel Visa Free?
If you have “visa-free” status for a country, then you can simply travel there with an Indian passport and you will be allowed to pass through. However, you should still research the entry requirements of the country you are visiting even if you do not need a visa.
Additionally, make sure you do not exceed your permitted visa-free stay; if you can stay in the country for a maximum of three months, depart before they are up. If you overstay, you could face problems returning there in the future.
During a visa-free stay, you are not allowed to work or enroll in school in the country you are visiting.
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