Seamless world travel booking using the internet is finally a reality. The missing link for every globetrotting Indian, getting a visa to visit the land of their dreams, through the internet is here.
GetMyVisa.com today launched its unique, tourist and business visitor visa application service, for 50 countries, most frequented by Indians.
Conceived and developed, in Mumbai, by a team of skilled entrepreneurs, GetMyVisa.com is built with the aim of creating a simple and counselled internet visa application process, with accurate and updated information on visa regulations and the convenience of applying for visa anytime.
The GetMyVisa.com application process covers E-Visa, third party and in-person submission with interview and biometrics collection. GetMyVisa.com has seamless integration with Blue Dart couriers for two-way logistics and on the fly travel insurance purchase integration with Bajaj Allianz. Every applicant receives personalized attention and is assisted by a call center, web chat, SMS alerts and email confirmations. One can start to process visa for themselves and or their family and friends. Business house travel administrators can use the portal for all their executives.
With 50 million Indians travelling abroad every year for short visits the crying need for an easy online visa process is now fulfilled. Besides visa information GetMyVisa.com also provides a destination country profile, customs and duty-free information, driving license information, health, travel tips and VAT refund information. Also included is emergency handling information such as Indian embassy and consulate contacts overseas.
GetMyVisa.com has enhanced its offering with travel essentials, by integrating with BookMyForex.com for door delivery of foreign exchange, Viator for attraction pre-booking, Car Trawler for booking self-drive car rental, booking.com for accommodation and holiday taxis for airport transfers. Eurail passes are also available from GetMyVisa.com
At the launch Apurva Mody, Founder Director said, “Our travel plans need not be shattered for not being able to obtain a visa. Planning with timely information and guidance is the key.”