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Visa on Arrival

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After listening to all of your advice the four women traveling to India used Indiavisaonline.org.in for our visa's . Cost was $99.00 and we have received the paper indicating our status and visa number.
Process was simple and the company was responsive via e-mail.

My question is what do we do when we arrive? Is there a separate line we go to and do we need anything besides our passport and this paper?

Do you know if there are additional information they may want as we only had to answer very few questions for the application.

Thanks, four traveling women

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