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Immigration Office, Tribhuvan International Airport

Kathmandu

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Ministry of Home Affairs

Immigration Office, Tribhuvan International Airport

Kathmandu

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Nationals from the following countries are not eligible for a visa on arrival in Nepal:

1.     Nigeria

2.     Ghana

3.     Zimbabwe

4.     Swaziland

5.     Cameroon

6.     Somalia

7.     Liberia

8.     Ethiopia

9.     Syria

10.  Iraq

11.  Palestine

12.  Afghanistan

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Indian citizens can enter Nepal using a valid passport. They do not need a visa to enter Nepal. Indian citizens who do not have a passport can also enter Nepal with a voter card. Indian minors who do not have a passport can obtain permission to enter Nepal through a birth registration certificate. Apart from this, Indian citizens are not allowed to enter Nepal from other documents. All Indian citizens who wish to enter Nepal are encouraged to travel with a passport for quick arrival approval.

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Indian citizens must submit a No Objection Certificate issued by the Indian Embassy to travel from Nepal to a third country.

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In addition to the immigration laws, every alien must comply with the following conditions and conduct:-

  • Foreigners must possess a valid visa or permit for their stay in Nepal. They should ensure that their visa is up to date and abide by the terms and conditions associated with their specific visa category.
  • Foreigners must respect and comply with the laws, rules, and regulations of Nepal. This includes following traffic laws, respecting public order, refraining from engaging in illegal activities, and cooperating with law enforcement authorities when required. They have to avoid possessing, using, or engaging in any forbidden behaviour as defined by law.
  • Foreigners should respect and contribute to environmental conservation efforts by not littering, abiding by trekking and wildlife regulations, and participating in sustainable tourism practices.

● accordance with the laws.

●Identification information and supporting documentation must be submitted, upon request, by the office at the time of entry, presence, or departure.

●Foreigners should respect the cultural, religious, and social norms of Nepal. Nothing that goes against local traditions and customs should be forced upon them.

●They must follow the directions of the designated officials while in the trekking zone.

●Foreigners are required to report passport loss or theft, or other significant incidents to the concerned authorities. They should also comply with any directives or requirements issued by the immigration authorities during their stay.

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