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Indians won’t need to fill in landing forms
No delay for genuine flyers, but suspicious persons would be questioned
Good Decision...Hearty welcome....
Anoop, Dubai, India
Good and appreciated. it can save paper,trees,time etc.....
bobby, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Good job Mr Shetty, this was really troublesome and irritating for all NRI travellers to fill the forms when they visit their home country. Appreciate your efforts.
Rahul Shetty, Doha, Qatar
Highly appreciated step! congrats to all flyers!
Manish Garg, dubai, United Arab Emirates
Many times we miss the connecting domestic flight because of huge line in the immigration counter. This move from GOI will further help people to catch such flights and eradicate the inconvenience for such people
Papu Pal, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
At Last , At least!!
Praveen, dubai, United Arab Emirates
Great! Finally it will be soon implemented... I had to fill 6 such landing forms for myself and my family whenever we were flying in and out of India. It was the most frustating part of the whole travel. I had even asked a few times the immigration authorities, how this paper work helps,and why it cannot be automated when all other countries are not having this. I had always got a blank look from the immigration officials. Now finally soon this will be fixed..
VR, dubai, United Arab Emirates
indian authorities has taken a good initiative by helping the passengers to clear the immigration with this system
syed mohsin maliki, dubai, United Arab Emirates
Its good that Indian Govt. has taken a appreciated step, looking at the travellers problems. we need to improve much more.
JOE, DUBAI, United Arab Emirates
Great move by Indian Govt, KEEP IT UP!!
Shash, Delhi, United Arab Emirates
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