The documents required for application of medical visa to India differ for adults and minors.
Online/offline visa application form: Printout of completely and correctly filled visa application form.
Recent photograph: One colored front facing photograph (51mm * 51mm) taken on a white background. The photo should be clear. Pakistan nationals need to submit four copies of their photograph. Bangladesh residents need to submit two copies of their photograph.
Passport: A passport with at least six months validity and a minimum of two blank pages. Patients who have dual citizenship with the US and one other country need to furnish their US passport.
Medical reports: A copy of the medical reports on the basis of which the patient is planning a trip to India. The proof should include a written advice from a local doctor stating that specialized treatment is required.
Address proof: Any document that confirms the address of the patient (for example utility bills, driving license, tenant/landlord agreement, credit card statement, or mobile bill)
Visa invitation Letter from the preferred hospital: An official letter from the hospital of interest in India detailing out the name of the patient, the accompanying attendants, their ailment, and the consent to provide them the treatment that they have been advised.
Proof of relationship (if applicable): Documents confirming the relationship of the patient with the two attendants accompanying him or her to India (for example marriage certificate or birth certificate).
Sponsorship documents (if applicable): A signed affidavit from the concerned person sponsoring treatment along with a copy of their signed photo identification proof and bank statement. The affidavit should clearly mention the relationship between the sponsor and the patient.
Birth certificate or any other document that states the name of the parents, nationality, and date of birth.
Parents’ passports: A copy of passport along with pages that bear their signature and photograph.
Visa application: Sealed visa application containing the signature of the parents and a notary stamp.