UAE citizens can now apply for visa-on-arrival in India

However, there's a small clause

UAE nationals will can access a 60-day visa on arrival, with double entry for business, tourism, conference and medical purposes
UAE nationals will can access a 60-day visa on arrival, with double entry for business, tourism, conference and medical purposes

UAE has joined a host of countries whose nationals are eligible for visa on arrival in India.

The visa is available at six designated airports in the country - Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad and Kolkota - where nationals can obtain a visa based on the submission of their prescribed application.

UAE nationals will can access a 60-day visa on arrival, with double entry for business, tourism, conference and medical purposes.

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​However, the Bureau of Immigration revealed that this facility, will only be available to those Emiratis who have earlier obtained  an e-visa or paper visa to visit India.

Which means citizens from UAE who haven't visited India previously will have to apply for the regular visa or e-visa prior to arriving. 

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