Visa Information



To grant or not to grant visa is the right of Nepal Government:

  • All powers to grant or not to grant visa to any foreigner shall be vested in Nepal Government.
  • Nepal Government May allow to enter into Nepal to the citizen of any friendly country without visa on the basis of reciprocity.


Diplomatic Visa:

  • Except in cases where a special order has been issued by Nepal government the diplomatic visa shall be issued to a person holding a diplomatic passport issued from any country and recommended from the concerned foreign diplomatic mission for the diplomatic visa, to a person considered fit to be granted diplomatic privileges by Nepal Government and the family members of such person holding the diplomatic passport.
  • The diplomatic visa shall be issued on the basis of reciprocity; the term thereof may be extended at a time or from time to time for the term of the assignment in Nepal.
  • An application for the diplomatic visa has to be made in the format as referred to in Appendix 1. Provided, however that the application as referred to in Appendix 1 is not required to be submitted if request or recommendation, accompanied by the details, is made by a foreign diplomatic mission or a body authorised therefor


Business Visa:

  • The business visa shall be granted to the following foreigners and their family on the recommendation of concerned agency:
    1. Foreigners having obtained license to make investment in any business or industrial enterprise within Nepal or authorised representatives of such business or industrial enterprise.
    2. Foreigners having obtained license to invest to carry on export trade from Nepal.
    3. Foreigners visiting Nepal from third country who export goods manufactured in Nepal through purchase or who place a purchase order for export.
  • Except as otherwise provided for in these Rules, the business visa shall be issued for a period not exceeding five years at a time; and its term may be extended as per necessity.
  • Notwithstanding anything contained in sub rule
  • a multiple business visa of five years shall be issued for 90 days at one time for the foreigners pursuant to clause
  • sub rule for stay in Nepal.

Application for the business visa has to be submitted in the format as referred to in Appendix 2.


Tourist visa:

  • The foreign tourist visiting Nepal shall be granted the tourist visa.
  • The tourist visa shall be granted for a period in maximum of 150 days in a visa year (Visa years means January to December).
  • A tourist who has departed before the expiry of the period specified in the visa issued in a visa year shall not be allowed to use the visa by adding the remaining period to another visa year.
  • If any foreigner who has entered into Nepal towards the end of a visa year desires to spend even the period during which he may stay in Nepal with the tourist visa of the other visa year, he may use such facility. Provided, however, that the computation of the fees for such period shall be made on the basis of the total period of his stay.
  • An application for the tourist visa has to be submitted in the format as referred to in Appendix 1.


Non Tourist Visa :

  • The following foreigners and their family members shall be granted the non-tourist visa.
    1. Foreigners involved in the social and economic development works approved by Nepal Government, under the expenses to be borne by governmental institutions of the foreign friendly nations;
    2. Foreigners having obtained recommendation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to work in the institutions run by the foreign missions located in Nepal,
    3. Foreign representatives having obtained recommendation from the Ministry of Information and Communications to work in foreign newspapers and news agencies,
    4. Foreigners having obtained recommendation from the concerned Ministry to act as helpers of the foreigners having obtained diplomatic or official visas,
    5. Foreigners having obtained approval from Nepal Government to work on remuneration basis in any firm, company, association, industry or enterprise within Nepal,
    6. Foreigners having obtained recommendation from the Ministry concerned to work in any international airlines organization located in Nepal,
    7. Foreign importer visiting Nepal from third country on the recommendation of foreign governmental agency or Federation of Industries and commerce or Chamber of Commerce of Foreign Country,
    8. Foreigners who have marital relation with the citizens of Nepal and furnish the marriage registration certificate.
    9. Foreigner of Nepalese origin or such children of a Nepalese father or mother, who have come Nepal to visit their relatives or Father, Mother, Brother or sister of the foreigner married with Nepalese citizen having recommendation letter of relationship from the concern embassy, who have come to Nepal to visit her/him.
    10. Foreigners who come to Nepal to work, on the recommendation of the concerned Ministry pursuant to an agreement or understanding agreed upon at governmental or nongovernmental level.
    11. Foreigners having obtained recommendation of the concerned Ministry to conduct feasibility study of an industry or enterprise for a period not exceeding 6 months. But the foreigner, according to this part, must submit the document of the source of investment, qualification of investor and details of experience along with the visa application form.
    12. Group leader of the foreigners making application, accompanied by the recommendation of the Ministry of concerned, for making the tourists' tour in group in Nepal,
    13. foreigners who have obtained recommendation of the concerned Ministry and who have to come to work in Non-governmental organization as per the agreement concluded with Social Welfare Council or concerned Ministry.
    14. Such foreigners as may be thought fit by Nepal Government.
  • The non tourist visa shall be issued for a period not exceeding one year at a time, and its term may be extended as per necessity.
  • An application has to be submitted in the format as referred to in Appendix 2 to obtain the non tourist visa. Provided, however, that the foreigners referred to in cause (h) of sub rule (1) are required to submit an application in the format as referred to in Appendix 2 (a)


Study Visa:

  • The study visa shall be granted to the foreigners and their family who, having obtained the approval of Nepal Government, come to study, teach or conduct research in any educational institute in Nepal.
  • Except for the foreigners who visit Nepal under the award of scholarship by Nepal Government or the accepted program of Nepal Government or Students and researcher under the agreement within the two universities or students from SAARC member states or students studying up to secondary level the foreigners intending to study and conduct research at their own will shall be granted the study visa only on the basis of the authentic source, in the case of the foreigner, to make expenses of at least three thousand American Dollars, grossly or on a monthly installment basis, per annum during their stay in Nepal, and in the case of their family, that of at least two thousand American Dollars per annum, or on the basis of the submission of a certificate of the exchange of foreign currency equivalent thereto or bank statement equivalent thereto.
  • The study visa shall be granted for one year at a time. In cases the visa has to be granted for a period in excess thereof, the term of the visa may be extended by taking into consideration of the study and research progress report of such person, his activities as well as other necessary matters. Provided, however, that in the case of a researcher or student, such extension of the term shall be only for up to the Period of research or that of educational degree under study.
    1. not withstanding anything written in clause (3), study visa may be granted to the student studying with technical subject, for total educational tenure of study.
  • The recommendation of the Ministry of concerned has to be submitted for the study visa.

An application for the study visa has to be submitted in the format as referred to in Appendix -2.


Residential Visa:

  • The following foreigners and their family intending to spend life in Nepal shall be granted the residential visa:
    1. Persons with international reputation,
    2. Persons capable of rendering outstanding contribution to the economic, social and cultural growth of Nepal ,
    3. Person, who has invested minimum one hundred thousand US dollars or convertible foreign currency equivalent thereto in industrial enterprise of Nepal at once.
    4. Any foreigner intending to spend life in Nepal without carrying on any business.
  • The mission recommending for residential visa to the foreigner as mentioned in other clauses save the foreigner as mentioned in clause (d) of sub-rule (1) shall send the recommendation along with the application filled up by such foreigner to the Department through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Any foreigner intending to obtain the residential visa under clause (e) of sub rule (1) has to submit a certified document of the source of income of 20 thousand American Dollars or convertible foreign currency to be spent in Nepal and any foreigner intending to renew has to submit a certificate showing that he will spend or has spent in Nepal at least the same amount at one time or at several times per year.
  • Any foreigner intending to obtain the residential visa has to submit to the Department or the concerned mission an application in the format as referred to in Appendix 4.
  • The format of the residential visa shall be as referred to in Appendix 4 (a).

 

Non-Residential Nepalese Visa:

  • If any foreigner of Nepalese origin residing in foreign country wish to reside or conduct business, profession or Study, teach in any subject in Nepal, non-residential Nepalese visa may be issued to him and of his family.
  • An application in the format under Appendix 3a may be submitted through Nepalese mission located in the foreign country or directly to the Department for the visa pursuant to Sub-rule (1).
  • The visa pursuant to Sub-rule (1) may be issued for up to 10 years at one time, and such visa may be extended as per necessity.
  • The format of non-residential Nepalese visa shall be under Appendix 3b.

 

Tourist Visa

  • Visitors can apply for tourist visa at this Embassy every working day (Monday - Friday) from 10:00 to 13:00 hours.
  • Normally it takes one working day for issuance of visa from this Embassy.
  • Visa can also be obtained from the Immigration Office located at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu on arrival and other entry points as mentioned below.
    • Immigration Office, Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu
    • Immigration Office, Kakarvitta, Jhapa (Eastern Nepal)
    • Immigration Office, Birganj, Parsa (Central Nepal)
    • Immigration Office, Kodari, Sindhupalchowk (Northern Border)
    • Immigration Office, Belahia, Bhairahawa (Rupandehi, Western Nepal)
    • Immigration Office, Jamunaha, Nepalgunj (Banke, Mid Western Nepal)
    • Immigration Office, Mohana, Dhangadhi (Kailali, Far Western Nepal)
    • Immigration Office, Gaddachauki, Mahendranagar (Kanchanpur, Far Western Nepal)
  • Besides the Embassy, tourist visa can also be obtained from the Honorary Consulates General/Consulates of Nepal in Rouen, Madrid, Barcelona, Lisbon and Athens.
  • All foreigners except Indian nationals must obtain visa to visit Nepal.
  • Nationals of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Pakistan and Sri Lanka will get tourist visa free of charge for 30 days period in a visa year (January-December).
  • Visitors who would like to take visa from the Embassy of Nepal, Paris, should deposit their visa fee in the Embassy's bank account and visitors who would like to take visa from the Honorary Consulates General/Consulates, should deposit their visa fee to the respective Honorary Consulates General/Consulates' bank account.
  • For the Consulates General/Consulates' bank account, visitors are requested to contact at the respective Consulates General/Consulates. Click here for Consulates General/Consulates ' list
  • Honorary Consuls General/Consuls of Nepal are authorized to take extra Euro 5.00 per visa as an administrative cost.
  • Send a self-addressed strong envelope with sufficient postage to return passport/s. We advise applicants to send prepaid envelope of any kind of express mail to return passport/s. We take no responsibility of any undelivered passport/s because of the insufficient postage, a weak envelope to bear up the load, etc.
  • The tourist visa fee rates in the Embassy are as follows:

Type

Rate

15 days Multiple Entry

Euro 25.00

30 days Multiple Entry

Euro 40.00

90 days Multiple Entry

Euro 100.00

 

 

  • When applying for a visa, please submit the following:
    • Original passport with at least six months' validity
    • One recent photograph
    • Duly filled in Visa Application Form (available at the Embassy or click hereto download)
  • Children under ten years old will get visa free of charge.
  • Visa once issued cannot be withdrawn, visa fee cannot be refunded after visa is issued, and it must be used within six months from the date of issue.
  • Visa Extension- A tourist visa can be extended at the Department of Immigration, Kathmandu or the Immigration Office, Pokhara for a maximum period of 150 days in a single visa year (January - December).
  • For information about Non-tourist Visa, Study Visa, Business Visa, Residential Visa, Non-residential Nepalese Visa and Transit Visa, please visit the website of the Department of Immigrationwww, .immi.gov.npin Kathmandu.

Department of Immigration:
The Department is located at Bhrikutimandap, Kathmandu.
Tel : +977-1-4223590 / 4222453 / 4223681
Fax : +977-1-4223127
Email : mail@immi.gov.np
Website: www.immi.gov.np

 

Diplomatic and Official Visa-

  • The Embassy can issue visa for foreign diplomatic and official passport holders for a maximum 30 days period.
  • When applying for a Diplomatic or Official Visa, please submit the following documents:
    • Original Diplomatic or Official Passport with at least six months' validity.
    • One recent photograph
    • Note verbale with recommendation from the concerned Ministry of Foreign Affair or Diplomatic Mission.
    • Duly filled in Visa Application Form (available at the Embassy or download from this webpage)

 

Right of Nepal Government:

  1. All powers to grant or not to grant visa to any foreigner shall be vested in Nepal Government
  2. Nepal Government May allow to enter into Nepal to the citizen of any friendly country with out visa on the basis of reciprocity.

Immigration regulation clause 3, 1994

Power to refuse to issue visa or to grant permission to enter into Nepal:
Notwithstanding anything contained elsewhere in these Rules, the Immigration Officer may, at the every entry point, refuse to issue a visa to, or to grant permission to enter into Nepal , to the following foreigners:

  1. Whose passports and visas have been found doubtful,
  2. Who have been expelled for the commission of any acts contrary to the Act or these Rules, or who have been prohibited from entering into Nepal.
  3. Who have already expended the period of stay according to this regulation.
  4. The traveling documents of the foreigner willing to enter, seems doubtful

- Immigration regulation clause 13, 1994

Power to prohibit the departure from Nepal:
The Department or Immigration Office may prohibit the following individuals from departing from Nepal:

  1. Who have not valid passport and visas to enter into the country which they have intended to enter into,
  2. About whom information, with the reason therefor, has been received from any authorized official for the prohibition of the departure from Nepal.

- Immigration regulation clause 14, 1994

Visa Issuing, Regularising and Renewing Authority

  1. The following visa shall be issued and granted by the following authority Category of  Visa and its issuing and renewing authority-

Category of visa

Visa Issuing, Regularising and Renewing Authority

a. Diplomatic visa

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Provided, however, that the mission or the Immigration Office at the entry point may issue the diplomatic visa (as an entry visa) for a period of up to 30 days.

b. Official visa

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Provided, that the mission or the Immigration Office at the entry point may issue the official visa (as an entry visa) for a period of up to 30 days.

c. Tourist visa

  1. The Immigration Officer of the entry point or the mission for fifteen days, thirty days, and ninety days entry visa in visa year.
  2. The Director General for renewal the validity of visa and regularize to the tourist who have already entered into Nepal by obtaining entry visa.
    But the immigration officer of the entry point may regularize the visa    for fifteen days at departure time if the validity not exceeding 150 days.

d. Study visa

The Director General,

e. Non tourist visas

  1. In the case of foreigner pursuant to Clause (g) of Rule 8, Nepalese Embassy or Permanent Diplomatic Mission located in the foreign country or Director General,
  2. In the case of foreigner pursuant to Clause (1) of Rule 8, the Director General with the approval of Nepal Government.
  3. In the case of foreigner pursuant to other Clauses of Rule 8, the Director General.

f. Business visa

The Director General,

g. Transit visa

The mission or Immigration Officer,

h. Residential visa

For first one year the Department by obtaining approval of the Ministry of Home Affairs and The Department for renewal.
But the Department shall issue visa on the recommendation of the Department of Industries to the foreign invester as per clause (1) of sub-rule (1) of rule 11 and their dependant family.

i. Non-Residential Nepalese visa

For the first time, the Mission or the Department with the approval of the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Department for renewal.

  1. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall, on a monthly basis, furnish the Department with the details setting out the name, nationality, passport number and visa period of the persons to whom visas have been issued under clauses (a) and (b) of sub rule (1).
  2. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall, on a monthly basis, furnish the Department with the details of revenue collected while issuing visas by the mission under the clauses other than clauses (a) and (b) of sub rule (1)
  3. If the recommendation for visa has been made from the concerned agency, the Visa Issuing Officer shall have to decide visa generally within seven days from the date of registration of such recommendation.

- Immigration regulation clause 12, 1994

Provisions Concerning Visa
Diplomatic visa:

  1. Except be issued to a person holding a diplomatic passport issued from any country and recommended from the concerned foreign diplomatic mission for the diplomatic visa, to a person considered fit to be granted diplomatic privileges by Nepal Government and the family members of such person holding the diplomatic passport.
  2. The diplomatic visa shall be issued on the basis of reciprocity; the term thereof may be extended at a time or from time to time for the term of the assignment in Nepal.
  3. An application for the diplomatic visa has to be made in the format as referred to in Appendix 1. Provided, however that the application as referred to in Appendix 1 is not required to be submitted if request or recommendation, accompanied by the details, is made by a foreign diplomatic mission or a body authorised therefor.

- Immigration regulation clause 4, 1994


Official visa:
1. The official visa shall be granted to the persons considered fit the following foreigners and their family upon recommendation of the concerned foreign diplomatic mission

  1.  
    1. Administrative, technical and non diplomatic officials serving in a residential or non residential diplomatic mission, Consulate for Nepal and incumbent Nepalese honorary Consul Generals, Consuls and their family who visit Nepal from a foreign country,
    2. Consultant experts who stay in Nepal under an agreement with Nepal Government,
    3. Employees serving in the Nepal based offices of the United Nations or its agencies and the persons holding the laissez passez granted by the United Nations,
    4. Employees serving in the international institutions or regional organizations located in Nepal.
    5. Persons to come to participate in assembly, conference, training or meeting organized by Nepal Government or Nepal Government's undertaking agency or United Nations Organizations or Regional Organization or other agencies there under.

2. An application for the official visa has to be submitted in the format as referred to in Appendix 1.

Provided, however that the application as referred to in Appendix 1 is not required to be submitted if request or recommendation, accompanied with the details, is made by a foreign diplomatic mission or a body authorized therefor.

- Immigration regulation clause 5, 1994

Tourist visa:

  1. The foreign tourist visiting Nepal shall be granted the tourist visa.
  2. The tourist visa shall be granted for a period in maximum of 150 days in a visa year.
  3. A tourist who has departed before the expiry of the period specified in the visa issued in a visa year shall not be allowed to use the visa by adding the remaining period to another visa year.
  4. If any foreigner who has entered into Nepal towards the end of a visa year desires to spend even the period during which he may stay in Nepal with the tourist visa of the other visa year, he may use such facility.

Provided, however, that the computation of the fees for such period shall be made on the basis of the total period of his stay.

  1. An application for the tourist visa has to be submitted in the format as referred to in Appendix 1.

- Immigration regulation clause 6, 1994

 Study visa:

  1. The study visa shall be granted to the foreigners and their family who, having obtained the approval of Nepal Government, come to study, teach or conduct research in any educational institute in Nepal.
  2. Except for the foreigners who visit Nepal under the award of scholarship by Nepal Government or the accepted program of Nepal Government or Students and researcher under the agreement within the two universities or students from SAARC member countries or students studying up to secondary level  the foreigners intending to study and conduct research at their own will shall be granted the study visa only on the basis of the authentic source, in the case of the foreigner, to make expenses of at least three thousand American Dollars, grossly or on a monthly installment basis, per annum during their stay in Nepal, and in the case of their family, that of at least two thousand American Dollars per annum, or on the basis of the submission of a certificate of the exchange of foreign currency equivalent thereto or bank statement equivalent thereto.
  3. The study visa shall be granted for one year at a time. In cases the visa has to be granted for a period in excess thereof, the term of the visa may be extended by taking into consideration of the study and research progress report of such person, his activities as well as other necessary matters. Provided, however, that in the case of a researcher or student, such extension of the term shall be only for up to the Period of research or that of educational degree under study.

    3a. Not withstanding anything written in clause (3), study visa may be granted to the student studying with technical subject, for total educational tenure of study.
  4. The recommendation of the Ministry of concerned has to be submitted for the study visa.
  5. An application for the study visa has to be submitted in the format as referred to in Appendix -2.

- Immigration regulation clause 7, 1994

Business visa:

  1. The business visa shall be granted to the following foreigners and their family on the recommendation of concerned agency:
    1. Foreigners having obtained license to make investment in any business or industrial enterprise within Nepal or authorised representatives of such business or industrial enterprise.
    2. Foreigners having obtained license to invest to carry on export trade from Nepal.
    3. Foreigners visiting Nepal from third country who export goods manufactured in Nepal through purchase or who place a purchase order for export.
  2. Except as otherwise provided for in these Rules, the business visa shall be issued for a period not exceeding five years at a time; and its term may be extended as per necessity.
  3. Notwithstanding anything contained in Sub-rule (2), a multiple business visa of five years shall be issued for 90 days at one time for the foreigners pursuant to Clause (c) of Sub rule for stay in Nepal.

· Application for the business visa has to be submitted in the format as referred to in Appendix 2.

- Immigration regulation clause 9, 1994

Transit visa:

  1.  
    1. Foreigners, who have entered In Nepal to stay for a night in Nepal and willing to use Nepal's Air port to visit another country with plane ticket or Foreigners, traveling in the accidentally force landed plane for any circumstances shall be issued transit visa for one day.
    2. An application for the transit visa has to be submitted in the format as referred to in Appendix 3.

- Immigration regulation clause 10, 1994


Non-residential Nepalese Visa :

  1. If any foreigner of Nepalese origin residing in foreign country wish to reside or conduct business, profession or Study, teach in any subject in Nepal, non-residential Nepalese visa may be issued to him and of his family.
  2. An application in the format under Appendix 3b may be submitted through Nepalese mission located in the foreign country or directly to the Department for the visa pursuant to Sub-rule (1).
  3. The visa pursuant to Sub-rule (1) may be issued for up to 10 years at one time, and such visa may be extended as per necessity.
  4. The format of non-residential Nepalese visa shall be under Appendix 3b.

- Immigration regulation clause 10(a), 1994

Residential visa:

  1. The following foreigners and their family intending to spend life in Nepal  shall be granted the residential visa:
    1. Persons with international reputation,
    2. Persons capable of rendering outstanding contribution to the economic, social and cultural growth of Nepal ,
    3. Person, who has invested minimum one hundred thousand US dollars or convertible foreign currency equivalent thereto in industrial enterprise of Nepal at once.
    4. Any foreigner intending to spend life in Nepal without carrying on any business.
  2. The mission recommending for residential visa to the foreigner as mentioned in other clauses save the foreigner as mentioned in clause (d) of sub-rule (1) shall send the recommendation along with the application filled up by such foreigner to the Department through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  3. Any foreigner intending to obtain the residential visa under clause (e) of sub rule (1) has to submit a certified document of the source to be spent in Nepal and any foreigner intending to renew has to submit a certificate showing that he will spend or has spent in Nepal at least 20 thousand American Dollars or convertible foreign currency thereto at one time per year.
  4. Any foreigner intending to obtain the residential visa has to submit to the Department or the concerned mission an application in the format as referred to in Appendix 4.
  5. The format of the residential visa shall be as referred to in Appendix 4 (a).

- Immigration regulation clause 11, 1994

Documents to be produced:
In cases where the officials of the Department or the Offices thereunder and the authorised Officers of the District Administration Office in such places where such personnel are not available, the police officials and border administration officials require any foreigner to show his passport, visa, trekking permit and documents relating thereto, such foreigner has to show such documents immediately.

- Immigration regulation clause 18, 1994

Notice of change in address:

  1. If a foreigner except in tourist visa, permitted to stay in Nepal more than six months, makes change in his Nepal based residential address mentioned in the application submitted for the issuance of visa or the extension of the term of visa, such foreigner shall compulsorily furnish the Department, Office or local police office with a notice containing his name, passport number and new address as well, within seven days.
  2. If a foreigner having stayed in Nepal for more than 120 days goes to any other place of Nepal for spending more than 24 hours, he has to register with the local Police Office of such place his presence along with the detail showing his name, passport number and address as well.

- Immigration regulation clause 19, 1994

Restriction to work:

  1. (1) A foreigner having obtained a visa as a tourist or his family member pursuant to these Rules shall not be allowed to work, with or without receiving remuneration, in any industry, business, enterprise or organisation during his stay in Nepal .
  2. A foreigner having obtained a visa pursuant to these Rules shall not be allowed to carry out any work other than that for which purpose he has obtained the visa.

- Immigration regulation clause 20, 1994

Recommendation for and issuance of visa provisionally:

  1. In cases where it takes time to make recommendation for the study, non-tourist and business visa, the concerned Ministry may, upon assigning the said reason, make recommendation for the provisional study, non-tourist and business visa for a period not exceeding three months.
  2. In cases where it take time for the foreigner referred to in sub-rule (1) (h) of Rule 8 to submit the marriage registration certificate, the Department may, on the basis of the recommendation of the authority or the embassy of the concerned country, issue the non-tourist visa for a period not exceeding three months.

- Immigration regulation clause 24, 1994

Issuance of travel permit:
The Department may issue the travel permits to those foreigners who are not able to obtain new passports due to the loss, deface or expiry of the term thereof or due to any other reasons, in order to enable them to depart out side from Nepal. Provided, however, that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall issue such permit in the case of the person holding diplomatic and official passport.

- Immigration regulation clause 25, 1994

Application for extension of the term of visa:
An application has to be submitted in the format as referred to in Appendix 8 for the extension of the term of a visa except a diplomatic and official visa.

- Immigration regulation clause 27, 1994

Circumstances in which a visa may be cancelled:
The Department may cancel a visa of any foreigner in the following circumstances:

  1. If he fails to produce an international health certificate as and when required to do so.
  2. If he becomes insane or goes mad.
  3. If he is found to have absconded after committing any serious criminal offence.
  4. If he is found to be suffering from any contagious or communicable disease.
  5. If his presence seems to cause detrimental effect in peace and security or Nepal or in the mutual fraternity of the people if Nepal.
  6. If his conduct is found to be suspicious or if he carries out, or causes to be carried out, any undesirable activities.
  7. If his presence seems to result in adverse impact on the social and culture environment in Nepal.
  8. If he violates, or causes to violate, the Act, these Rules and other prevailing law.
  9. If he carries out any other acts or things not in consonance with the purpose for which the visa has been issued or the purpose of visa ends before the provided visa period.

In the case of cancellation of a visa pursuant to sub-rule (1), the fees paid therefor shall not be refundable.

- Immigration regulation clause 28, 1994

 

  • Foreigners, who have entered In Nepal to stay for a night in Nepal and willing to use Nepal's Air port to visit another country with plane ticket or Foreigners, traveling in the accidentally force landed plane for any circumstances shall be issued transit visa for one day.

An application for the transit visa has to be submitted in the format as referred to in Appendix 3.


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