The revised application fee is on the B2 visa category, where a visit to Israel is for purposes including business, meeting or conference or tourism.
He also added, “We have seen tremendous growth in the number of tourists from India in the last three years and 2017 has been the best year so far with close to 60,000 visitors. Our inbound figures have already recorded an increase of 27% (approximately 19,000 travellers) in Indian tourist arrivals from January to April as compared to the same period last year”
In February this year, Fast Track visa processing was introduced through VFS Global. In December last year, relaxed visa documentation was brought in for applicants who have availed visas of Schengen countries, US, Canada, Australia or Israel and have completed their travel to these countries. In September 2017, the Ministry introduced one-year multiple entry visas for business travellers to Israel. Steps are being taken towards bringing more changes to make the process faster and easier for Indian travellers to visit Israel.
For additional information regarding the visa application process, forms and requirements, please visit http://www.israelvisa.in/
For information regarding Israel, including the cities, sites and things to do, please visit www.goisrael.com/in