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India announces Afghans emergency visa

India announces Afghans emergency visa

India announces Afghans emergency visa:All Afghan people, regardless of religion, can apply for ‘Emergency X-Misc Visa’ online and applications will be processed in New Delhi.
India on August 17 announced that it would issue an emergency visa for Afghan people who want to come to the country because of the situation in Afghanistan after the Taliban took power there.
All Afghan people, regardless of religion, can apply for an ‘Emergency X-Misc Visa’ online and applications will be processed in New Delhi.

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The announcement came two days after Taliban took power in Afghanistan.

“MHA is reviewing visa provision in view of the situation in Afghanistan. A new electronic visa application called ‘Emergency X-Misc Visa’ has been introduced to speed up visa applications for entry into India, ”said a Home Affairs spokesman.

Officials say with the closure of Indian embassies in Afghanistan, the visa can be used online and applications will be processed and processed in New Delhi.

The visa will be valid for six months, they said.
Security issues will be addressed during the processing of applications and the issuance of visas to Afghan people, officials said.

All Afghan people, regardless of religion, can apply for a travel document.

Thousands of Afghans rushed to Kabul’s main airport on August 16, some so desperately trying to escape the Taliban that they boarded a military plane as it sank to their death.

At least seven people have died in the riots, say U.S. officials, as the longest war in America ends with its victorious enemy.

The mob came as the Taliban tightened its grip on the capital of five million people after a lightning strike across the country that took more than a week to overthrow the Western-backed government.

There were no reports of torture or hostilities, but many civilians remained at home after terrorists continued to see prisons evacuated and weapons looted.

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