Visas to India have gotten super complicated since I last traveled there. I see that India fired one subcontractor last spring, and now Cox & Kings has taken over visa processing. I called Cox & King today with some specific questions about supplementary documents, and after 20 min on hold I was told by the clerk that I should email my questions so that I would have any advice I received in writing. This is making me super nervous.
Travisa is still advertising that they can provide visas to India. Can I use them and let them interface with Cox & Kings? We are hoping to travel in Dec but now I'm worried. I have internationally adopted kids and India is asking for all kinds of back of documentation for the adoption, and may ask for more on a whim, based on my conversation with the Cox & Kings fella.
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