International depositions require more planning (and time) than depositions here in the U.S. Travel requirements are a big part of that. Below are a few tips regarding your passport to ensure you aren’t turned away at the gate en route to your depositions!
Double-check Passport/Visa Requirements
India typically requires visitors to apply for visas at an Indian Embassy or Consulate prior to entering the country. This can involve a lengthy wait. However, visitors to India on casual business, planning on staying 30 days or fewer, have the option of applying for an electronic travel authorization at least 4 days before their arrival and receive a visa upon arrival in India. It is recommended to bring a letter of invitation from a local law firm, and you will need six months’ validity on your passport from the date of arrival in India, as well as a return or onward travel ticket.
Renew in Advance
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