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14th January 2017
IMA is a member of National Medical and Wellness Tourism Board
 
IMA is a member of National Medical and Wellness Tourism Board.  The following recommendations are likely to be implemented:
  • Government to facilitate e-Medical Visa.
  • Normally e-Visa given for 60 days but e-Medical Visa will be for 6 months.
  • e-Visa will have a permission for double entry, but e-Medical Visa will permit Triple entry.
  • e-Visa will be extendable to e-Medical Visa.
  • e-Medical Visa will be available at five  major Indian Ports i.e. Mumbai, Cochin, Goa, Chennai and Mangalore.
  • e-Medical Visa will be available for 161  countries.
Dr KK Aggarwal
National President IMA and HCFI
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