Bangladeshi Deputy High Commission in Mumbai, India

The Bangladeshi Deputy High Commission in Mumbai India base for political, cultural, social and economic relations in is represented by the India consulate. Information about the embassy such as address, website, email, and phone number. Bangladeshi Deputy High Commission in Mumbai in India.

Head of Mission: Ms Samina Naz, Deputy High Commissioner

The mission building is open for operations between 9:00 and 14:00 on a daily basis except on public holidays declared by Bangladesh or India. Except for cases of emergency, visiting the Bangladesh embassy is strictly by appointment. Note that visitation of Bangladesh in India to the embassy may be given more priority.

Services Provided

  • Passport and visa application processing. Check the suitable type of visa for you evisa India.
  • Power of attorney
  • Communicate and manage international relation between Bangladesh and India
  • Document Notarization
  • Help Bangladesh in emergency situations like war, pandemic, etc
  • Negotiate trade laws
  • Monitor political, social and economic trends to build mutual support and understanding for Bangladesh policies

Visa types granted by Bangladesh are;

  • Bangladesh Government Delegates
  • Bangladesh Diplomatic / other Embassy officials Visa
  • Bangladesh UN and other International Organizations visa
  • Bangladesh Business visa
  • Bangladesh Invitation letter from Bangladesh
  • Bangladesh Letter from the company that is sending the applicant to Bangladesh
  • Bangladesh Investor visa
  • Bangladesh Recommendation letter from BOI/BEPZA
  • Bangladesh Work / Employment visa
  • Bangladesh Letter of appointment from the employer in Bangladesh
  • Bangladesh Recommendation letter from BEPZA/BOI
  • Bangladesh NGO workers’ visa
  • Bangladesh Permission Letter from NGO Affairs Bureau, Bangladesh
  • Bangladesh Expert Visa
  • Bangladesh Recommendation letter from BEPZA/BOI
  • Bangladesh Invitation Letter from the concerned company in Bangladesh
  • Bangladesh Student visa
  • Bangladesh Letter from Educational Institution
  • Bangladesh Bank solvency certificate
  • Bangladesh Research Visa
  • Bangladesh Letters from the concerned institutions of the both ends
  • Bangladesh Consent letter of the concerned Ministry in Bangladesh
  • Bangladesh Tourist visa
  • Bangladesh Invitation letter from Dhaka/Hotel Booking
  • Bangladesh Tentative flight itineraries
  • Bangladesh TabligJamaat visa
  • Bangladesh Letter from central Markas of the country
  • Bangladesh Letter from Bangladesh Tablig Markas
  • Bangladesh Journalist visa
  • Bangladesh Filled in FF-1 and FF-2 forms
  • Bangladesh Photocopy of the first five pages of the passport
  • Bangladesh Original passport and necessary payment receipt only after Embassy’s clearance
  • Bangladesh Flight particulars when clearance is conveyed
  • Bangladesh Spouses and dependents of all categories (except the person attending TabligJamaat and Tourists Visa)
  • Bangladesh Certification/necessary letter in support of relations

Travel Insurance for India
An unexpired travel insurance is a necessary document for every foreign traveler visiting Bangladesh. It is considered crucial for traveler’s emergency situations such as health, evacuation, or travel cancellation. Click Get a quote to find out the best travel insurance plan for non-Bangladesh.

Bangladesh and India Foreign Diplomatic Missions
The interest of Bangladesh in India is represented by Bangladeshi Deputy High Commission in Mumbai. Worldwide, Bangladesh and India have 143 and 230 embassies spread all over the world respectively.

COVID-19 Update
The contagious nature of the recently ravaging coronavirus disease has brought the world to its knees and it has caused a temporary change in many office and business operations. The Bangladesh embassy might have reviewed its operations and extent of service provided, always contact the embassy before your visit.

Since the inception of Covid-19, Bangladesh has recorded about .... confirmed cases of coronavirus with up to .... active cases in population of ..... So far, about .... persons have recovered from the Covid-19. Meanwhile, it has been projected that the death toll might still increase over the next couple of days.deadly virus while nearly .... deaths have been recorded. According to the Turkish CDC, the death toll might still increase over the coming days.

In Bangladesh, the medicinal centers and organizations have proposed to order vaccines for COVID-19. And as a result of the analysis, the total number of vaccines ordered by Bangladesh is ..... The companies providing vaccines for COVID-19 are .... and the number of vaccines provided by these companies are .... respectively. Keeping in view the number of total vaccines, it is declared that these doses are quite enough to vaccinate .... of the population.

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The purpose of your intended travel (Tourist, Business, Studies or etc) and other facts will determine what type of visa is required under Bangladesh immigration law. As a visa applicant, you will need to establish that you meet all requirements to receive the category of visa for which you are applying.

Address:

Bangladeshi High Commission in New Delhi, India

EP-39, Dr. Radhakrishana Marg
Chanakyapuri
New Delhi 110024
India

(+91) 11-2412 1389 to 94

(+91) 11-2687 8953 / 5

bdhcdelhi@gmail.com

Address:

Bangladeshi Representative Office in Agartala, India

Assistant High Commission
Kunjaban, Near Circuit House
Agartala, Tripura
India

(+91) 381 232-4807
(+91) 381 222-5260

(+91) 381 232 4807

mission.agartala@mofa.gov.bd
bvo1974@gmail.com