Nauru - Passport & Visas

Nauru - Passport & Visas

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In this video I talk the Nauruan Passport and a Nauruan Visa. If you want to know whether you need a visa to travel to Nauru, Visa requirements for Nauruan citizens, the Visa policy of Nauru, a Nauruan passport or Nauruan passport stamp then this is the correct video for you! Thank You for watching my video about Nauru titled Nauru - Passport & Visas.
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Do citizens of Nauru need a visa for Canada?

Do citizens of Nauru need a visa for Canada?

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416-962-2623 / 1-866-760-2623 http://www.immigroup.com/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqizPcAWKsc http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.asp Q: Do citizens of Nauru need a visa for Canada? A: Citizens of Nauru need a visa to enter Canada. They can apply for the visa at Canada's visa office in Sydney. Re Quality and Feedback email info@immigroup.com (Please reference Research and Development) Did you catch a mistake? Are you looking for answers we don't have? Email us and we'll make a video. Have any feedback to make this even better?
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Australia Has Paid Nauru $29m in Visa Fees to Keep Asylum Seekers in Detention

Australia Has Paid Nauru $29m in Visa Fees to Keep Asylum Seekers in Detention

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The Australian government has paid Nauru almost $29m on monthly visa fees to keep asylum seekers and refugees in the island’s detention centre. Since the Nauru facility was reopened in 2012 the visa fee for asylum seekers had been raised to $1,000 per person per month, the immigration department has confirmed in response to questions from the February Senate estimates. The $1,000 per month fee for asylum seekers is substantially higher than any other visa price for the island nation. http://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2015/may/22/australia-has-paid-nauru-29m-in-visa-fees-to-keep-asylum-seekers-in-detention http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by Wochit using http://wochit.com
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Australia Has Paid Nauru $29m in Visa Fees to Keep Asylum Seekers in Detention

Australia Has Paid Nauru $29m in Visa Fees to Keep Asylum Seekers in Detention

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Australia Has Paid Nauru $29m in Visa Fees to Keep Asylum Seekers in Detention The Australian government has paid Nauru almost $29m on monthly visa fees to keep asylum seekers and refugees in the island’s detention centre. Subscribe to Times Of India's Youtube channel here: http://goo.gl/WgIatu Also Subscribe to Bombay Times Youtube Channel here: http://goo.gl/AdXcgU Social Media Links: Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/TimesofIndia Twitter : https://twitter.com/timesofindia Google + : https://plus.google.com/u/0/+timesindia/posts 'Download TOI app on Android & iPhone and WIN free recharge coupon worth Rs. 50/- from Paytm - http://goo.gl/AvRYmM Times Of India's Official YouTube channel is managed by Culture Machine Media Pvt Ltd.
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Nauru: Australia's Guantamo Bay? - Talk to Al Jazeera (In The Field)

Nauru: Australia's Guantamo Bay? - Talk to Al Jazeera (In The Field)

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In 2013, Australia's government announced a tough new policy towards refugees travelling by boat to its shores. The campaign that went with it was called, "No way. You will not make Australia home". Its goal was to discourage asylum seekers from entering the country "illegally" - as the government saw it. Most were coming from countries such as Somalia, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Myanmar. Many refugees - having fled their homes - considered themselves stateless. Their journeys were arduous and complex. Those from Iran, for instance, would travel first to Malaysia, where they could enter without a visa. Then they'd make their way to southernmost Indonesia, and from there they took boats towards Australia's closest islands. The trips typically involved people smugglers and dangerous - sometimes deadly - journeys on boats that were often overloaded and unseaworthy. Of the boats intercepted at sea by the Australian Border Force, many were forcibly turned back to where they'd come from. But passengers on some - and all those who did make it into Australian waters - were taken into custody, then deported, flown to neighbouring countries. There, in Nauru and on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island, they are still held in what Australia's government calls "regional processing centres". Nauru is a tiny 29 square kilometre island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. That small independent country - a member of the United Nations - has played a central role in the history of Australia's refugee policies. Nauru's "detention centre" first opened in 2001, under a policy brought in by Australia's conservative Liberal Party - the so-called "Pacific Solution". But this all changed when Kevin Rudd, from the centre-left Labour party, came to power in 2007. Rudd closed Nauru's centre and most of the refugees were relocated to Australia. But then as the number of asylum seekers arriving in Australia by boat started going back up, the Labour Party's government was forced to reconsider. The centre reopened in 2012. Today, the island's detention centre is home to almost 500 people, including about 50 children. Many of them have been there for more than three years. But what's going on inside? Both the Nauruan and Papua New Guinean detention centres are run under a veil of secrecy, off-limits to the media and to NGOs like Amnesty International. People working there are not allowed to talk about what they have seen. Why? Talk to Al Jazeera sits down with former employees who have decided to break their silence to tell us about the situation inside Australia's offshore detention centres. Are they, as the government says, having the desired effect, by discouraging people from making dangerous journeys? But are they also, as the people we spoke to say, dehumanising and dangerous? We spoke to Evan Davis, a teacher who used to work with children living in the Australian-run camp in Nauru. Despite secrecy provisions limiting the ability of staff to talk, he decided to share his experience. "It struck me straight away that the place was more like a military camp, a prison, more than anything else, that was efficiently run," he says. The children were referred to by personnel as numbers, not names, and Davis said the teachers endeavoured to make a point of learning the children's names. Judith Reem used to teach secondary school children on Nauru. She, herself, comes from a family of Bosnian refugees to Australia, which is one of the reasons she decided to speak out publicly. The tents where people lived, she says, she were not designed for habitation, and cultural considerations, such as spaces for people to pray, were not taken into account. Judith Reem feels particularly bad about having prepared the children for a life in Australia which was never going to happen. "I feel, that in retrospect, I was a part of the lie, because I was teaching them conversational English for life in Australia and that just hasn't happened," she says. The conditions were worse than in a prison, Reem says. "Some of the children in the camp can't remember life before the camp because they were so little when they arrived," she says. "The cloak of secrecy around it [the camps] is what allows us this plausible deniability, which is hopefully a luxury I can take away." Jennifer Rose, a former elementary school teacher in Nauru, believes Australia needs to take a different approach when it comes to dealing with asylum seekers. "How could you not be affected by seeing children retraumatised by a system that Australia has set up?" Rose asks. Editor's note: Talk to Al Jazeera has reached out to the governments of Australia and Nauru, requesting interviews in order to guarantee their right to - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Stop the visas: Turnbull Govt to stop Nauru & Manus refugees from entering Australia

Stop the visas: Turnbull Govt to stop Nauru & Manus refugees from entering Australia

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30/10/2016 Malcolm Turnbull and Peter Dutton have used Kevin Rudd's no settlement date of 19/07/2013 to propose no Nauru or Manus refugees can ever enter Australia.
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Confusion from @Republic_Nauru account over visitor visas for Australians & New Zealanders

Confusion from @Republic_Nauru account over visitor visas for Australians & New Zealanders

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19/02/2016 The ABC has been accused of dishonestly entering the country of Nauru. A series of Tweets from the @Republic_Nauru account have added to confusion over the status of visitor visas for Australians & New Zealanders.
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Netherlands #4 - Short-stay dutch visas

Netherlands #4 - Short-stay dutch visas

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If you are stopping briefly in the Netherlands en route to another destination or staying for up to three months, depending on your nationality you may need to get a short-stay visa. There are two types of short-stay visa: • The A-visa is for transit only and is needed by passengers of certain nationalities who are making a stopover in a Dutch airport en route to another country, outside of the Schengen area. • The C-visa (sometimes called a ‘tourist visa') allows you to stay in the Netherlands for up to three months (90 days) within a six-month period. If you are citizen from any of these countries you will need a visa to enter Netherlands: Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burma, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, China, Comoros, Congo, Cote d’Ivoire, Cuba, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Fiji, Gabon, Gambia, Georgia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jamaica, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Maldives, Mali, Mauritania, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria, North Korea, Oman, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Qatar, Russia, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Suriname, Swaziland, Syria, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe. If you are coming to the Netherlands for less than 90 days and your country does not have a non-visa agreement with the Netherlands then you will need to apply for a short stay visa before you travel. You can apply for a short stay visa in person at the Dutch embassy or consulate in your country of residence.
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VISA free for Indians in 50 countries in the World

VISA free for Indians in 50 countries in the World

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VISA free for Indians in these 50 countries. No VISA for Indians in these 50 Countries. Visa on Arrival for India in these 50 countries. 50 countries offer Visa on Arrival for India. Visa Free Countries for Indians. 50 Countries offering visa on arrival for Indians. 15 Beautiful Countries Indians Can Travel To Without A Visa. Visa on Arrival & Visa Free Countries for Indians. 60 visa free countries for Indian passport holders. You've got a destination in mind and you’re just about ready to book your tickets. Possibly the most stressful part in your dream vacation planning is obtaining a visa. You'll be surprised to know that there are more than 50 countries where you can just land up and get a visa stamped on arrival. ASIA For Indians, the easiest and most convenient destinations lie in Asia. From the shopping paradise of Thailand to the little-known-wonder Laos, visa on arrival is also offered in Cambodia, Indonesia, Jordan, Nepal, Maldives, Macau and Timor Leste. AFRICA Africa’s natural history alone would make a dozen visits here worthwhile! Fall asleep to the sounds of birds and be a part of the spectacular scenery that Ethiopia and Madagascar offer. The other African countries that offer visa on arrival are the Kenya, Djibouti, Guinea-Bissau, Mauritius, Tanzania, Uganda, Burundi, Cape Verde, Comoros and Togo. Visitors are also required to hold proof of sufficient funds to cover their stay and documents required for their next destination. In Seychelles, visitors can obtain a "Visitor's Permit" on arrival for a maximum period of 3 months, if holding a return ticket (if not, then a return ticket must be purchased on arrival); sufficient funds (minimum of USD 150 or equivalent per day); and proof of accommodation during stay. NORTH AMERICA Music, beaches and towering forests are things to look forward to in North America. Visa-on-arrival is offered to Indians in Jamaica, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, El Salvador, Saint Kitts and Nevis and St Lucia. SOUTH AMERICA Head to South America and you’d be greeted with colonial towns and white sandy beaches. Only Bolivia and Guyana offer a visa on arrival for Indians. OCEANIA COUNTRIES Oceania is the region centered on the islands of the tropical Pacific Ocean. Currently four island nations offer Indians a visa on arrival. These are Fiji, Samoa, Nauru and Tuvalu. Here's a list of 50 countries that offer visa on arrival: ASIA: BHUTAN INDONESIA JORDAN MALDIVE S NEPAL TAJIKISTAN THAILAND TIMOR-LE STE JEJU ISLAND AFRICA: CAPE VERDE COMOROS ISlANDS DJIBOUTI EI'HIOPIA GAMBIA GUINEA- BISSAU KENYA MADAGASCAR MALAWI MAURITIUS MOZAMBIQUE SAO TOME & PRINCIPE SOMALIA SENEGAL SEYCHE LLES TANZANIA TOGO UGANDA SOUTH AMERICA: BOLIV'A ECUADOR GUYANA TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO NORTH AMERICA: BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS DOMINICA GRENADA HAITI JAMAICA MONTSERRAT SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES OCEANIA: MICRONESIA ' TUVALU PALAU MARSHALL ISLANDS VISA CHECKLIST: For obtaining a visa on arrival, visitors would typically need to furnish return flight tickets, proof of hotel reservations, evidence of sufficient funds to cover their stay, passport sized photographs, a passport with adequate empty pages and the money for fee if required by the country. Thanks for watching. Subscribe to our channel. Thanks for watching. This World Conspiracy If you have any points comment below. Production: Hades Pictures Music: Bensound http://www.bensound.com
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Should we have an immigration system like Australia?

Should we have an immigration system like Australia?

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Michael Gove promised again today to introduce an Australian-style points system to control immigration numbers if he becomes Prime Minister. But is Australia really the best place on which to model an immigration policy? Immigration has become a key issue in this weekend's general election. And its treatment of asylum seekers arriving by boat has been heavily criticised - not least by the UN secretary general. Those arriving by boat are sent to offshore detention facilities on the tiny republic of Nauru - nearly 2000 miles from Australia - and Manus, an island off the coast of Papua New Guinea. On arrival they face indefinite detention with no hope of ever reaching Australia. Conditions have been described by doctors and lawyers as tantamount to torture.
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How to Travel Visa Free!

How to Travel Visa Free!

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Visa Free Travel From India. Planning a trip abroad from India? Worried about the visa formalities? Here's how you can travel the world without one! Visa Free Travel From India http://www.ixigo.com/visa-free-travel-from-india-fq-2013364 Visa On Arrival For Indians http://www.ixigo.com/on-arrival-visa-from-india-fq-2013767 Countries that allow visa-free entry to Indian passport holders :- 1. Bhutan 2. British Virgin Islands 3. Cook Islands 4. Dominica 5. Ecuador 6. El Salvador 7. Fiji 8. Grenada 9. Haiti 10. Jamaica 11. Kish Island 12. Macau 13. Mauritius 14. Micronesia 15. Montserrat 16. Nepal 17. Niue 18. Palestine 19. Pitcairn Islands 20. Saint Kitts and Nevis 21. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 22. South Ossetia 23. Transnistria 24. Trinidad and Tobago 25. Turks and Caicos Islands 26. Vanuatu Countries that provide visa on arrival to Indian passport holders :- 1. Bahrain (Only if the purpose of visit is to see the Bahrain Grand Prix) 2. Bolivia 3. Burundi 4. Cambodia 5. Cape Verde 6. Djibouti 7. Ethiopia 8. Guinea-Bissau 9. Guyana 10. Hong Kong 11. Indonesia 12. Jordan 13. Kenya 14. Laos 15. Madagascar 16. Malaysia (strict conditions) 17. Maldives 18. Mozambique 19. Nauru 20. Palau 21. Saint Lucia 22. Samoa (entry permit on arrival) 23. Seychelles (visitor’s permit on arrival) 24. Somalia 25. Somaliland 26. Sri Lanka (electronic travel authorization) 27. Tajikistan 28. Tanzania 29. Thailand 30. Timor-Leste 31. Togo 32. Tuvalu 33. Uganda 34. Vietnam -- Read more: http://www.ixigo.com/visa-free-entry-and-visa-on-arrival-to-indian-passport-holders-fq-2013369 Credits - Images (Creative Commons 2.0) https://www.flickr.com/photos/jmenj/9300383694/sizes/l https://www.flickr.com/photos/kartlasarn/6590269813/sizes/l https://www.flickr.com/photos/amritamanasphotography/7090546715/sizes/l https://www.flickr.com/photos/wurglitsch/9645015625/sizes/l https://www.flickr.com/photos/neiljs/4723842870/sizes/l https://www.flickr.com/photos/donotlick/4219933002/sizes/l Music - With License from Big Bang & Fuzz Pty Ltd Disclaimer: The information provided in this video is subject to change. Please check all details with the consulate of the country you wish to travel to before finalising your travel plans.
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Visa Free Countries For Indian Passport Holders

Visa Free Countries For Indian Passport Holders

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http://tips.techzene.com/2014/12/apply-for-passport-india-online.html People usually think that they need a VISA in order to visit any foreign country. This is partly true, because, there are a few VISA free countries for Indian passport holders. Some of these countries will either allow visiting them without a VISA or provide a VISA on arrival. Here is a list of 58 foreign countries where the Indian passport holders can travel without a VISA, by using just their Passport. 01.Bhutan 02.Hong Kong 03.South Korea (Jeju) 04.Macau 05.Nepal 06.Antarctica 07.Seychelles 08.FYRO Macedonia 09.Svalbard 10.Dominica 11.Grenada 12.Haiti 13.Jamaica 14.Montserrat 15.St. Kitts & Nevis 16.St. Vincent & Grenadines 17.Trinidad & Tobago 18.Turks & Caicos Islands 19.British Virgin Islands 20.El Salvador 21.Ecuador 22.Cook Islands 23.Fiji 24.Micronesia 25.Niue 26.Samoa 27.Vanuatu 28.Cambodia 29.Indonesia 30.Laos 31.Thailand 32.Timor Leste 33.Iraq (Basra) 34.Jordan 35.Comoros Is. 36.Maldives 37.Mauritius 38.Cape Verde 39.Djibouti 40.Ethiopia 41.Gambia 42.Guinea-Bissau 43.Kenya 44.Madagascar 45.Mozambique 46.Sao Tome & Principe 47.Tanzania 48.Togo 49.Uganda 50.Georgia 51.Tajikistan 52.St. Lucia 53.Nicaragua 54.Bolivia 55.Guyana 56.Nauru 57.Palau 58.Tuvalu List of Countries which Provide VISA on Arrival 01.Indonesia – 30 days; 02.Maldives – 90 days; 03.Cambodia – 30 days; 04.Kenya – 3 months; 05.Somaliland – 30 days for 30 US dollars, payable on arrival; 06.Palau – 30 days; 07.Bolivia – 90 days; 08.Burundi – 30 days, obtainable at Bujumbura International Airport; 09.Guyana – 30 days provided holding confirmation, issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs; 10.Somalia 30 days, provided an invitation letter issued by the sponsor has been submitted to the Airport Immigration Department at least 2 days before arrival; 11.Madagascar – 90 days; 12.Cape Verde 13.Saint Lucia – 6 weeks; 14.Comoros 15.Djibouti 16.Samoa – 60 days; 17.Jordan – 2 weeks, must hold US$ 3000; 18.Ethiopia 19.Guinea-Bissau – 90 days; 20.Seychelles – 1 month; 21.Laos – 30 days; 22.Nauru 23.Thailand – 15 days. Visa fee of 1000 Thai Baht needs to be paid in Thai currency. Visa on Arrival has to be obtained at First point of entry/Landing not the Final Destination; 24.Niue – 30 days; 25.Togo – 7 days; 26.Tanzania 27.Tuvalu – 1 month; 28.Timor-Leste – 30 days; 29.Uganda So, next time when you're interested to go to any foreign vacation and don't want to be bugged with VISA approvals, check out these VISA free countries for Indian passport holders.
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Nauru Island Overview

Nauru Island Overview

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Australian Immigration Minister Scott Morrison tells asylum seekers to go home

Australian Immigration Minister Scott Morrison tells asylum seekers to go home

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Immigration Minister Scott Morrison says he makes no apologies for an assertive video telling asylum seekers on Manus Island and Nauru that they will never be resettled in Australia and should consider returning home. Mr Morrison said the video, which was shown as an "orientation message" to new arrivals in offshore detention centres, was recorded after his first visit to Papua New Guinea and Nauru in September. It mirrors the same message the minister personally delivered to the asylum seekers at the centre, Mr Morrison told Fairfax Media. “I make no apologies for being up front about the reality of the situation that transferees were now faced with. This is in stark contrast to the lies told to them by people smugglers and the false hope being peddled by others who claimed the government would not follow through with our policies," he said. Advertisement In the video Morrison warns asylum seekers: “If you choose not to go home then you will spend a very, very long time here and so I urge you to think carefully about that decision and make a decision to get on with the rest of your life.” But despite criticism, Mr Morrison defends it saying the purpose of the video was to send "a clear and consistent message about the strong resolve and policy of the new government." “The video sets out clearly and honestly the options available to those who had been brought to Manus Island and Nauru, including that their claims would be processed and if found to be a refugee they would be resettled, but not in Australia," Mr Morrison said. LINKS: http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/immigration-minister-scott-morrison-tells-asylum-seekers-to-go-home-in-orientation-video-20140626-3avy0.html The Story Of Mohammed - Islam Unveiled: http://tinyurl.com/pow2fgn Liberty GB: http://www.LibertyGB.org.uk
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Indian launches Visa on Arrival enabled by Electronic Travel Authorization

Indian launches Visa on Arrival enabled by Electronic Travel Authorization

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We are pleased to inform you that the Government of India has now launched Visa on Arrival through Electronic Travel Authorization. This facility has been made live for 43 countries. Citizens of these 43 countries can now apply for Indian visa online through a simple and easy process : * Australia * Brazil * Cambodia * Cook Islands * Djibouti * Fiji * Finland * Germany * Indonesia * Israel * Japan * Jordan * Kenya * Kiribati * Laos * Luxembourg * Marshall Islands * Mauritius * Mexico * Micronesia * Myanmar * Nauru * New Zealand * Niue Island * Norway * Oman * Palau * Palestine * Papua * New Guinea * Philippines * Republic of Korea * Russia * Samoa * Singapore * Solomon Islands * Thailand * Tonga * Tuvalu * UAE * Ukraine* *United States of America * Vanuatu * Vietnam This is an historic moment in the history of Indian inbound tourism industry. Visa on Arrival facility now makes India an easy destination to plan last minute holidays and business meetings.
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58 visa free countries for indian passport holders

58 visa free countries for indian passport holders

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12 Countries Indians can Travel without visa (Day's and Month full Details) https://youtu.be/TwWVq9ZHsaU As an Indian, you would be glad to know that you can travel to 58 countries without a visa. There are also some countries that offer visa on arrival, making it easy for travelers. For Indian passport holders, here is the list of countries you can travel without a visa, followed by the list of countries that offer visa on arrival along with the duration of their stay. 1.Bhutan 2.Hong Kong 3.South Korea (Jeju) 4.Macau 5.Nepal 6.Antarctica 7.Seychelles 8.FYRO Macedonia 9.Svalbard 10.Dominica 11.Grenada 12.Haiti 13.Jamaica 14.Montserrat 15.St. Kitts & Nevis 16.St. Vincent & Grenadines 17.Trinidad & Tobago 18.Turks & Caicos Islands 19.British Virgin Islands 20.El Salvador 21.Ecuador 22.Cook Islands 23.Fiji 24.Micronesia 25.Niue 26.Samoa 27.Vanuatu 28.Cambodia 29.Indonesia 30.Laos 31.Thailand 32.Timor Leste 33.Iraq (Basra) 34.Jordan 35.Comoros Is. 36.Maldives 37.Mauritius 38.Cape Verde 39.Djibouti 40.Ethiopia 41.Gambia 42.Guinea-Bissau 43.Kenya 44.Madagascar 45.Mozambique 46.Sao Tome & Principe 47.Tanzania 48.Togo 49.Uganda 50.Georgia 51.Tajikistan 52.St. Lucia 53.Nicaragua 54.Bolivia 55.Guyana 56.Nauru 57.Palau 58.Tuvalu Sounds NoCopyrightSounds https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_aEa8K-EOJ3D6gOs7HcyNg https://www.youtube.com/user/NoCopyrightSounds I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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