All applicants for Indian Visa are advised to approach:

The Consulate General of India
Unit D, 16th Floor, United Centre,
95, Queensway, Admiralty,
Hong Kong (MTR exit D)

Visa applications will be accepted from Monday to Friday between 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM(Lunch Break 1.00-2.00 pm) Delivery of Documents 4.00 pm to 5.30 pm

Information about Indian Visas is available at and on telephone no. 39709900 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM

The Consular Wing of the Consulate General of India is locatedat Unit D, 16th Floor,United Centre, 95, Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong. Diplomatic, Official or Service and UN Passports requiring Indian visa may be submitted directly to the Consulate between 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM along with Note Verbale.


Consulate General of India, Hong Kong issues Tourist, Business, Employment, Student and other types of visas to applicants who are residents of Hong Kong and Macau for a minimum period of two years. Tourist and Business Visas are normally issued in three working days if the applications are complete in all respects.

Visas can also be issued to applicants who are not residents of Hong Kong and Macau. A period of minimum 5 working days is required for processing such applications. An additional fee of HK$100 is charged for such cases. Such Visas are usually single entry and of short validity. Applicants need to satisfy the Visa Section of their requirement to submit their applications in Hong Kong and not in their places of residence. Those residing in the Mainland should submit their applications in Indian Missions/Posts located in Beijing, Shanghai or Guangzhou.


Applications are required to be filled-in online using "Internet Explorer" or "Google Chrome" at


(1) If you face any issue related to security certificate with other browsers, you can INSTALL SECURITY CERTIFICATE

(2) Please select Indian Mission CHINA-HONG KONG

(3) Please note down the Temporary Application ID: (Your Information will be saved if you click save button or continue to next page. If you exit without doing either of that, your information will be lost. Minimum field required for partial save is up to Date of Birth).

(4) Please fill in all the particulars including permanent and current address, e-mail id, mobile and phone nos. correctly. Also please mention the name and phone of references/contacts correctly. Applications without complete details are liable to be rejected.

(5) Please upload your recent colour photograph (2 inch X 2 inch taken in light background).Please ensure photographs are as per PHOTO SPECIFICATIONS. Photo resizing and upload Guidelines are available at: PHOTO UPLOAD INSTRUCTIONS

(6) Please take a print of the application after completing it. The application No. will start with CHNH…

After applying online, the applicant is requested to submit the print-out of the online filled application form along with all required documentation to the Consulate for issue of Visa. All original documents are required to be kept ready for verification during submission of Visa application. These will be returned after verification. Documents are not retained at the Consulate.


Visa is not a right and it can be denied without assigning any reason. All Visas are valid from Date of Issue, not from date of arrival in India. Visa fee is processing charges. It cannot be refunded under any circumstances, whether Visa is denied or granted for a shorter period than applied for. Once Visa is granted, it cannot be changed or amended. Acceptance of Visa application does not automatically guarantee grant of a Visa.

Applicants must enter and exit India before the date of expiry mentioned on the visa.

Some fake websites are reported to be duping those who seek Visa for India. Therefore, it is requested that all visa, passport, consular and other services seekers should exercise utmost caution while accessing the websites for such services. The only website under the purview of this Consulate is

The fee for visa are collected only in cash in HK $ at the counter at the Consulate premises. Payment of Visa fee by any other means like credit card, debit card, cheque or draft is not accepted.

Those residing in the Mainland should submit their applications in Indian Missions/Posts located in Beijing, Shanghai or Guangzhou.

Please retain your original receipts and produce the same for return of passports.

All travellers to India, especially long term, are advised to check the latest immigration and entry regulations before travel.

Tourist Visa on Arrival


Tourist Visa

Business Visa - FAQ on Business/Employment Visa

Employment Visa

Student & Research Visa

Conference Visa

FAQs on Conference Visa

Transit Visa

Entry Visa For Persons of Indian Orgin

Entry Visa For Sport Persons

Medical Visa

Medical Attendant Visa

Transfer of Visa

AIESEC Students


Schedule of Visa Fee

Photograph Specifications

Protected/Restricted Area Permits

Baggage Rules

Use of Satellite Phone in India