Warn­ing on bo­gus In­dian visa web­sites

The Sun (Malaysia) - - NEWS WITHOUT BORDERS -

KUALA LUMPUR: The In­dian High Com­mis­sion in Malaysia has warned that var­i­ous web­sites that are not au­tho­rised by the In­dian gov­ern­ment have been so­lic­it­ing visa seek­ers to ap­ply for In­dian visas through the on­line por­tals with­out pay­ing a ser­vice fee.

Ac­cord­ing to a state­ment by the In­dian High Com­mis­sion, the only au­tho­rised on­line visa ap­pli­ca­tion form is avail­able at: http://www.in­di­an­visaon­line.gov.in/visa/.

“While ap­ply­ing for a visa, please note that no fee is charged for fill­ing the form or tak­ing print-outs. Visa seek­ers will have to pay the nec­es­sary visa fee and ser­vice charge to only the au­tho­rised Out­source Ser­vice Providers (OSP) while sub­mit­ting the print-out of the on­line visa form at the OSP’s of­fices,” said the high com­mis­sion.

The au­tho­rised OSP for In­dian visas are IVS Global In­dian Visa Cen­tre at Le­buh Pasar Be­sar in Kuala Lumpur; Le­buh Chu­lia in Pe­nang and Jalan Syed Mohd Mufti in Jo­hor Baru.

It is also avail­able at the In­dian Visa Ap­pli­ca­tion Cen­tre in Jalan Sul­tan Yus­suf, Ipoh; Jalan Te­meng­gong, Malacca; Lucky Plaza, Jalan Dato Lee Fong Yee in Seremban; Jalan Mahkota, Kuan­tan; Wisma Sabah, Jalan Tun Fuad Stephens in Kota Kin­a­balu and Jalan Nanas in Kuching. – Ber­nama

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