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Indian Medical Visa requirements
The Indian Medical Visa requirements have been revised and updated. As per the new rules and regulations, you will have to satisfy the following criteria in order to apply for an Indian Medical Visa: 1) Proper documentation certifying your qualifications (International Medical Graduate Certificate/diploma issued by your medical college), 2) Certified copy of the passport from all the relevant passport issuing countries, 3) Proof of fees paid for IMG course for the foreign nationals who are still studying in India, 4) Original and photocopy of bank statement showing balance in good standing. Indian medical visa requirements are often one of the most difficult parts of getting a visa for India. First, you’ll need to show proof of your medical training, experience, and training. These can be in printed form or official certificates from your medical school. Next, you will need to show that you are eligible to receive the visa. “Indian nationals seeking to work in the United States of America (USA) as a medical professional should be familiar with visa regulations and requirements. As of January 24, 2017, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) requires all applicants applying for eligibility determination letter H-1B to provide evidence that they qualify by fulfilling the employment requirements.”