The United States Embassy in Japan and United States Embassy in Zagreb, Croatia have recently announced that they are rolling out new visa requirements for citizens who wish to travel between the two countries. This change has increased the complexity of applying for a Japanese or Croatian Visa as there are now two separate applications – one for Japan and one for Croatia, each requiring different information. Indian Visa for Croatian Citizens
What to Do When Visa is Denied
When you get a visa denial, there are a few things you can do. If your visa was refused because you did not have the correct documents, you will need to obtain the correct documentation and bring it with you when traveling to India or Japan. If your visa was refused because of criminal activity, you should contact the embassy or consulate in your home country for more information. If your visa was declined because your passport is too old, you will need to replace your passport as soon as possible.
Tips for an Indian Visa
If you are a citizen of Croatia and want to visit India, here are some tips on obtaining a visa:
-To apply for a visa online, go to the Indian embassy website and follow the instructions.
-Alternatively, you can also apply for a visa at an Indian embassy or consulate in your home country.
-Take copies of your passport photo page, visa application form, and all supporting documents with you when you go to the embassy or consulate.
-You will need to provide your passport data page, admission ticket if applicable, valid travel insurance cover for India (at least US$50 per person), and proof of financial support from your sponsor/family in India (for example, bank statement). Indian Visa for Japanese Citizens
-You may also be required to submit additional documentation such as a medical clearance certificate.
-If applying for a tourist visa, you will also need to provide proof of onward travel (such as an onward air ticket).
Tips for a Japanese Visa
Croatian citizens can apply for a Japanese visa at the Japanese Embassy in Zagreb or at the Japanese Consulate General in Pula. Indian citizens can apply for a Japanese visa at the Japanese Embassy in New Delhi or at the Japanese Consulate General in Mumbai.
To qualify for a Japanese visa, applicants must have a valid passport and a return ticket. Applicants should also have proof of sufficient funds to cover their expenses while in Japan and adequate insurance coverage. Applicants should also provide copies of their ID cards, visas from their home countries, and letters of invitation from friends or employers in Japan.
Croatian citizens can apply for a visa to India through the Croatian Embassy in Tokyo. Japanese citizens can apply for a visa to India through the Japanese Embassy in Zagreb.