‘VISA on Arrival’ to Attract Korean and Japan Investors

  • Prime Minister’s ‘VISA on arrival’ plan for all Japanese citizens has been extended only to the business community for now.
  • The government is actively considering including South Korea in this category.
  • Officials say this was being done keeping in mind the “Make in India” policy of the government and to make India an attractive destination for investors from the two countries.
  • A visa on arrival facility means that an applicant would not have to wait for days to travel to India.