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Agents have reported that clients have faced technical difficulties when applying for an Indian e-visa over the last few days.

eTNW understands that when clients attempted to submit their details they were told the URL was not responding.

The Indian Consulate confirmed that there was no manual method for application and that clients would only be able to apply for a visa online.

The Consulate told eTNW that the e-visa application system was managed in India and that they were unable to explain the reason for the technical difficulties. However, they apologised for the inconvenience and recommended that clients re-attempt the application as they believed the technical issue would be resolved shortly.

eTNW will update readers on further developments.

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