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Wilba - Answered a Question by SMITH (17 Jul 10 19:55)

The cost is £39 from the official agency for the Indian Consulate, but there are plenty of rip off agencies charging even more than £66. You will most definitely need it whether you leave the ship or not, and without it you may be prevented boarding for the whole cruise..........Google vfs.global for the official agency..........Wilba.

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Johnson - Answered a Question by SMITH (28 Jul 10 19:52)

I agree. I have just sorted visa out visa for my mother. £30 plus £9.09 admin cost and the cost of the special delivery envelopes. I think it came to about £55 but this a lot cheaper than P and O wanted to charge. Make sure you go on the official Indian web site. There is a lot of information there and they respond very quickly if you need to e-mail a question to them You download forms and send to Hayes and you can track via Royal Mail. As Wilba said Do Not use any of the many agencies trying to charge you more.

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