General Consulate of India in New York

General Consulate of India in New York United States of America is a strong bond of communication between India Government and United States of America.


Consulate Appointment or Contact General Consulate of India in New York : Visit only by Appointment

For consular service, you must book an appointment, You are advised to book on normal working hours via making a phone call . Also for more details please check in first instance the consulate website for enquiries contact form

India Consulates in United States of America may prioritize Appointment for India citizens or have dedicated support.

If unfortunately unable to get contact here, one should try to the General Consulate of India in Houston , Embassy of India in Washington , Indian Consulate General in Chicago , Indian Consulate General in Atlanta , Indian Consulate General in San Francisco ,
For your convenience here listed all other representatives of India located in United States of America.

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I am applying for the E-Visa to make a trip to India from December 19- January 2. I am from the United States. I am already in the application process for a regular visa and was informed that I can change this to an E-Visa.


I am travelling to India from the USA on December 5th, 2021 and returning on December 21st, 2021. However, my passport is expiring in April 2022 and has less than six months of validity, but I have a valid OCI card. Since I am an OCI card holder, I do not need to apply for a visa to travel to India. However, does the six months validity of passport apply to OCI card holders?


In her US passport, my wife has a 5-year multiple-entry visa that was issued in April 2019. She is planning to travel to India in April 2022 for just 2 weeks. Can she use that same visa for her trip?


Good Afternoon: I am a USA citizen. I would like to apply for an e-tourist visa to visit India. I understand that tourist visas issued at this time will be single-entry for 30-days, and must be used within 120-days of issuance. My questions are these: 1. If I get the tourist visa, come to India within 120-days, stay in India for 30-days, and then leave, at what point can I apply for a new tourist visa to return to India for another 30 day visit? 2. Will I have to wait to apply for the second visa until the original visa expires (i.e., 120 days from the date of issuance of the first visa); or, can I reapply for fresh tourist visa after leaving India following my initial 30 day stay, even if the "120 days from date of issuance" of the original visa has not yet elapsed? 3. After leaving India, may I reapply for a fresh tourist visa from a neighbouring country (example, Nepal), and then re-enter India (by air) from that country, or would I have to physically return to the USA in order to re-apply for a new visa and re-enter India?

John McTaminey

Hello, My daughter is a US citizen by birth. Her OCI application is already in-progress. The question I have here is whether my daughter can travel to India on a 30day visitor visa and continue to stay there over 30days and travel back to the USA with a valid OCI? Thanks,

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General Consulate of India in Houston, United States of America

1990 Post Oak Boulevard
Houston, TX


Embassy of India in Washington, United States of America

2107 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington DC


Indian Consulate General in Chicago, United States

455 North City Front Plaza Drive
NBC Tower Building, Suite # 850
Chicago, IL 60611
United States

(+1) 312-595-0405

(+1) 312-595-0416 / 18

Indian Consulate General in Atlanta, United States

5549 Glenridge Drive NE
Atlanta, GA 30342
United States

(+1) 678.935 7054
(+1) 678.905 9591

Indian Consulate General in San Francisco, United States

540 Arguello Boulevard
San Francisco, CA 94118
United States

(+1) 415-668 0662

(+1) 415-668 2073