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Business Visa

A Business Visa (BV) is generally granted to a foreign national who wants to visit India to establish an industrial/Business venture or to explore possibilities to set up industrial/business venture, or wants to purchase/sell industrial products in India.

Business visa is also issued for dependents of Business visa holders.

Business Visa is also for sports persons and coaches inluding those engaged in commercial sports events in India on contract remuneration.

Registration is required within 14 days of arrival if stay exceeds beyond 180 days. Business Visa is generally granted for a period of 1 year, but the duration will be considered on a case to case basis.

Documents Required:
  • Application Form duly signed.
  • Passport Copies
  • IC Copy
  • Passport valid for a minimum of 180 days with at least two blank pages.
  • Two recent photographs (See Specifications).
  • A letter from an Indian company on their official letter head, duly signed,rubber stamped, clearly stating the purpose and duration for which visa is requested.
  • A letter from the Malaysian/Foreign Company on whose behalf the applicant is travelling in their letter head, duly signed, rubber stamped, precisely stating the purpose, duration and the financial obligations of the visit.
  • Fees (Visa fee, Consular surcharge, Service fee and any other applicable fee)
  • If the applicant is a foreign national he/she needs to have a residential proof from the Malaysia government for more than 2 years.
  • Proof of entry & residing in Malaysia: Original & photocopies of Malaysian Employment Pass / Long Term Visit Pass / Malaysia My Second Home (current & last two years).
  • Certificate of Incorporation of the company in India.
  • Registration of Company/SSM Certificate of the Malaysian/Foreign Company in English
  • The applicant must be in person during submission for biometric registration. Children below 12 years old and adult above 70 years are exempted from biometric enrollment and their applications may be submitted by a representative.
Note: All Malaysian documents must be officially translated into English.

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