are generally required to make oral baggage declartion in
respect of baggage and foreign currency in their possession.
Visitors in possesssin of more than US$1,000 or equivalent
thereof in the shape of travellers' cheques, bank notes, currency
notes are required to obtain a Currency Declaration Form befo;re
leaving Customs. They should fill in the Disembarkatin Card
handed over to them by the airlines during the courses of
There are two channels for Custom clearance :
Channel - for passengers
not having any dutiable articles or unaccompanied baggage.
passengers having duitable articles or unaccompanied baggage
or high value articles to be entered on Tourist Baggage Re-Export
of all countries require a valid national passport or valid
travels documents and valid visa granted by Indian Missions
abroad for entering India. Except Nepalese or Bhutanese citizens
who when proceeding from their respective countries need no
passport or visa but should possess suitable documents for
Nationals now require visa to enter Nepal.