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Swiss Embassy for India - Address / Phone Number

Swiss Embassy for India

Swiss Embassy in India

Address: Nyaya Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi 110 021
City: New Delhi (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +5:30 hours)
Tel.: +91 11 4995 9500
Fax: +91 11 4995 9509
Consular hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30 – 11.30

Swiss Consulate General in Bengaluru
Address: No. 26, Crescent Park, Resthouse Crescent Road, Bengaluru 560 001
City: Bengaluru (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +5:30 hours)
Tel.: +91 80 4941 2000

Swiss Consulate General in Mumbai
Address: 102 Maker Chambers IV, 10th floor, 222, Jamnalal Bajaj Marg, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400 021
City: Mumbai (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +5:30 hours)
Tel.: +91 22 2288 4563 / 64 / 65, +91 22 2283 1738
Fax: +91 22 2285 0626, +91 22 2285 6566

Swiss Consulate in Chennai
Address: I-6 Dr. V.S.I. Estate, Rajiv Gandhi Salai, Thiruvanmiyur, Chennai 600 041
City: Chennai (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +5:30 hours)
Tel.: +91 44 4207 4838
Fax: +91 44 2254 2481

Swiss Consulate in Kolkata
Address: c/o Titagarh Wagons Ltd., 756 Anandpur, Kolkata 700 147
City: Kolkata (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +5:30 hours)
Tel.: +91 33 4019 0800
Fax: +91 33 4019 0826

As the official representation of Switzerland, the embassy covers all matters concerning diplomatic relations between the two countries. It represents Swiss interests in the areas of political, economic and financial affairs, legal arrangements, science, education and culture.

Consular services provided:

  • Issuance of attestations and certificates;
  • Citizenship matters;
  • Emergency assistance for Swiss citizens in distress;
  • Legalisation of documents;
  • Issuance of passports and identity cards;
  • Political rights to vote;
  • Registration, deregistration and change of address;
  • Civil status affairs (marriage, birth, death, etc.);
  • Issuance of criminal records;
  • Social security and social insurance;
  • Registration of Swiss citizens abroad.

The loss or theft of a Swiss ID document abroad must be reported as soon as possible to the local police as well as to the relevant Swiss representation. A police report (declaration of loss) is also required to make it possible to prepare a new identity document, such as a temporary passport.

Indian citizens need visas to visit Switzerland. Requirement for tourist visa:

  • Valid national passport issued within the last 10 years and with at least 3 months validity after the scheduled return; with at least two blank pages. Handwritten passports and passports with observations regarding the front page (bio data) cannot be accepted.
  • 2 passport size pictures, not older than 6 months (size 35 – 40 mm in width, no copy or scanned picture): 1st picture pasted on the application, 2nd picture to be clipped face down on top right hand corner of the form, stapled or pinned pictures cannot be accepted.
  • Visa application completed, signed twice by the applicant & if applicable: Authorization (for 3rd person). In case applicant is a minor: Visa application signed twice by legal guardian & if applicable: Authorization (for third person).
  • Previous passport/s if any (recommendation: bound together by rubber band, not stapled).
  • Personal covering letter (Original) with the travel plan (if the applicant is submitting the applications of his / her family, then all applications must include a copy of the covering letter).
  • Introduction letter on the business letterhead from the employer / company (Original, signed & stamped by HR or Directorate) mentioning your position, duration of your service and “no objection statement” regarding the planned trip to Switzerland/Schengen countries, the dates and purpose of the trip.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Flight reservation and if applicable proof of intra-Schengen flight, train itinerary or car rental.
  • Proof of accommodation in Switzerland / Schengen countries for your entire stay (e.g. confirmation of hotel reservation, package tour, advanced payments etc.).
  • Proof of financial status (all documents have to be Originals, in format A4, with stamp/signature of Bank).
  • If a family (parents with their children) submits their visa applications together, only the head of family needs to attach Bank statements, ITR, Travel insurance (mentioning all the names of the insured), Flight booking (mentioning all the names of the travelling family members), Hotel bookings (if all the rooms are on the same booking and under the name of the head of the family).
  • Visas for UK or USA to be obtained first if applicant visits these countries before Schengen.
  • Students above 16 years of age: copy of Student college ID card & Introduction letter of School/College/University etc.
  • Children travelling not with both parents (under 18 years of age) : written consent letter certified by public notary of the other, non-travelling parent or legal guardian; Children travelling alone (under 18 years of age): written consent letter certified by public notary of both parents or legal guardian; In all cases: copies of the passports of both parents (legal guardian/s) or PAN cards or driving licenses.
  • Clear photocopies of the 1st and last page of the passport (bio data).
  • Visa fee : EUR 60.00 adults / EUR 35.00 children between 6 to 12 years of age / under 6 free of charge.

The Embassy of Switzerland in New Delhi and the General Consulates in Mumbai and Bangalore are closed on public holidays.

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