Indian Embassy Registration no longer needed

Indian Consulate Embassy Registration Vandhe Bharat

Indian expatriates who required travel to India are no longer required to register on the missions' websites, declared the consulate General of India in Dubai during a announcement. 

The Consulate said: "India and the UAE are continuing with the "air bubble agreement", therefore Indian Embassy registration of Indian nationals who want to travel India from UAE isn't any longer needed on the consulate General of India, Dubai web site." 

The registration of Indian nationals was introduced to facilitate repatriation. However, since various of flights are operational between UAE and Indian carriers beside flights operated by Air India and Air India specific from Dubai/Sharjah, the method of registration at the web site of the Indian consulate has been stopped with immediate impact.

It additionally stated. "People can book their tickets with different airlines, as per their schedule on web or through booking agents." In an earlier interview with media, the press consul at the CGI Neeraj Agarwal had aforementioned a minimum of 375,000 Indians had came back from the UAE to India as a part of the Vande Bharat Mission. 

RT PCR tests extremely recommended 

The consulate has aforementioned that pre-travel RT-PCR tests aren't necessary, however extremely suggested. It said, "We would like to reiterate once again that passengers desiring to travel to India are advised to get their RT- PCR test done (not before 96 hours of the departure) and upload the same at Air Suvidha portal (www.newdelhiairport.in) to get exemption from institutional quarantine for all airports in India. 

RT PCR (Covid 19) check isn't not necessary however extremely suggested." For India-to-UAE travelers With regards to passengers coming from India to Dubai/Sharjah, the Consulate has advised travelers to follow the guidelines issued by the government of of UAE/Dubai/Sharjah including mandatory RT PCR Test and immigration authorities' approval, where needed. 

"People on visit visa are advised that they must carry adequate travel/health insurance for the duration of their visa, before endeavor their journey. there's no restriction from the Indian aspect for any quite traveller to return to UAE from India, nor there's any registration method for individuals movement from India to UAE," the Consulate said.

Source: khaleejtimes
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