All PIO Card holders are required to convert the PIO cards to OCI cards before 30th June 2017. PIO Card holders are advised to contact Embassy of India, Dakar immediately  |   BHARATSEN - 2016  |   All Indian nationals who have set up companies in Senegal and Cabo Verde are requested to either contact the Embassy or use the following link  |   Business Event being organised by the Embassy in Praia (Cabo Verde) on 3rd March 2017 in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Services of Sotavento  |   VAJRA - Visiting Advance Joint Research Faculty  |   Travel Advisory for Indian citizens living in The Gambia  |   Advertisements for new posts in EoI, Dakar.  |   ICCR SCHOLARSHIP FOR THE YEAR 2017-18  |   This beautiful National Assembly building of The Gambia was built with a Line of Credit (LOC) assistance from the Government of India and by an India private company, the Shapoorji Pallonji Group  |   Revised OCI Card Service Fee  |   Introduction of Machine Readable Passports and Phasing Out of Handwritten Passports  |   PIO Card holders are required to apply for OCI cards. The Government of India has decided to extend the date for submission of the applications for registration as OCI Card holder by the PIO Card holders till 30.06.2016. PIO Card holders may refer to https://passport.gov.in/oci/capchaCheckPio  for further information.

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Existing PIO cardholders need to get their PIO cards converted into OCI cards. The deadline for such conversion is end of June 2017 and the last date will not be extended. Hence, PIO cardholders are advised to get their PIO cards converted into OCI cards well before the stipulated deadline, i.e., before the end of June 2017

A number of fake visa websites are operating on the internet, claiming to provide e-Tourist visa services to visa applicants desiring to travel to India. A few prominent sites are: (i) e-touristvisaindia.com; (ii) indianvisaonline.org.in; (iii) e-visaindia.com.

Applicants seeking visa to India are advised to apply at indianvisaonline.gov.in and not to deal with other websites as they do not belong to the Government of India and therefore should not be relied on for e-Tourist Visa services.

Of late, increased activity of online scams, especially from Senegal, targeting person(s) with the intention to cheat have been noticed by this Embassy. The modus operandi varies from posing as a young orphan girl with large heritage, transfer of unaccounted funds etc. Once the victim responds to their mails, the scammers start asking for funds under one pretext or other. Indian nationals are, therefore, strongly advised NOT to respond to such mails/correspond with such person(s). If anyone does so, it will be at his/her own risk.

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