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Indian Embassy for Italy - Address / Phone Number

Indian Embassy for Italy

Indian Embassy in Italy

Address: Via XX Settembre 5, 00187 Rome
City: Rome (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1/+2 hours)
Tel.: 0039 064884642-3-4-5 
Fax: 0039 064819539
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 17.30

Indian Consulate General in Milan
Address: Piazza Paolo Ferrari 8, 20121 Milan
City: Milan (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1/+2 hours)
Tel.: +39 02 8057691/ +39 02 865337 
Fax: +39 02 72002226

The Embassy of India in Rome covers the regions of Tuscany, Umbria, Lazio, Marche, Abruzzo, Molise, Campania, Basilicata, Puglia, Calabria, Sicily and Sardinia. All those who currently reside in the other Italian regions have to apply at the Consulate General of India, Milan.

Consular services provided:

  • Visas;
  • Passports;
  • Certificates/affidavits/attestations;
  • OCI services;
  • PIO card;
  • Registration for NRIs/OCIs/PIOs.

All foreign nationals, including children, require visa to enter India. 

Visa requirements:

  • Application filled online. Printout of duly completed online application form is required for submission at the visa counter. The visa application should be signed by the applicant and the signature should tally with the signature in the passport.
  • Photo must be submitted and uploaded online. One colour photograph of size 5cms X 5cms with white background should be pasted in the space provided in the form as well as uploaded online.
  • Original passport with validity remaining for of at least six months from the date of applying at the Embassy. The passport must have the holder's signature. Applicant has to produce all the old passports and any other passports in case of dual/multiple citizenship. In case the passport/s of the second/other nationality/ies has/has been lost or retained by the issuing authorities, applicant has to declare that in writing.
  • All Visa seekers are required to attach copies of their latest passport with the visa application submitted to the Embassy of India, Rome.
  • Applicants are advised to attach Certificate of Incorporation/Registration of the Indian as well as Italian Company (along with translated version of Italian document from authorized translation agency) with their visa application, in case they are applying for a Business or Employment Visa.
  • In the application form, the applicant should mention his/ her nationality as per the passport on which he/she wants to travel in the field "Current nationality", and the correspondent passport details should be inserted in the field "Passport details". As for the details of the passport related to the second nationality, it should be inserted in the field "Any other past/previous nationality" either if applicant currently holds that nationality or held it in the past.
  • At least two blank adjacent pages are required in the passport for grant of visa.
  • No handwritten passports or hand-written or stamped extensions are accepted. Only digital/ machine readable passports are accepted.
  • Correct visa fee.
  • Supporting documents, where necessary, have to be attached with the visa applications which need to be self-attested by the applicant.
  • In case of visas for minors: Both parents should sign the application form. Estratto di Nascita, verifying the parenthood of the child, unless the parents' names are mentioned in the minor's passport, in which case also a photocopy of that page should be attached; a joint declaration by the parents stating that the minor will travel in India under their responsibility (signatures should match the ones on the respective passports). In case the minor does not travel with his/her parents but with someone else the latter should declare in writing that the minor will travel to India under his/her responsibility and the minor's parents should provide authorization in writing as explained above along with the photocopy of their passports or Italian carta d'identità, including the signature page (signatures should match the ones on the respective passports/Italian carta d'identità).
  • Members of military/police forces should provide a copy of their approval of leave at the Visa counter. Those who were discharged should declare it on a plain paper attached to the application form, specifying the year of discharge.

Processing of tourist, business and conference visa applications for those who have been resident in Italy for the last two years normally takes 1 to 3 days subject to compliance and as per the requirements. 
Processing of visa applications from non-residents/ foreigners in Italy or residents for less than 2 years will take minimum 5 working days, as also processing of employment, student, entry, and applications for other types of visa, subject to compliance and as per the requirements.

Applicants who do not reside in Italy or have resided in Italy for less than two years are required to give a written declaration clearly explaining the reason why they are applying for visa at Embassy of India, Rome.

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