If you’re a Green Dot Visa holder, you’re likely to be happy to know you’re not alone.
The Indian government’s new visa scheme is an example of how the country is gradually embracing a more open visa regime.
In November, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the new visa regime, which aims to ease visa requirements for visitors from all countries.
Under the scheme, visitors to India are eligible to apply for a visa once every six months.
They can do so through the Indian Consulate, which will then process their applications.
India’s green dot scheme also lets citizens stay in India for a maximum of three months at a time.
India is also planning to open its borders to international tourists in the near future.
However, that process is currently only being implemented by the Home Ministry, which has not given any indication that it intends to open the borders in a similar manner to how the visa scheme works now.
As part of its Green Dot scheme, India will open its border to international visitors by March 2018.
Saudi Arabia has granted a visa-exempt visit to the Saudi monarch’s daughter, Princess Adel, for the first time since the kingdom began its diplomatic relationship with the United States in 1979.
The invitation was issued by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Saturday, the Saudi foreign ministry said.
The visit, to the kingdom’s southern port city of Jeddah, will take place on Monday and Tuesday, a spokesman said.
A Saudi royal family source said the trip would include a state banquet and a trip to the royal family’s residence in Jedda.
The kingdom, which is a member of the United Arab Emirates, has a long-standing policy of not allowing foreign dignitaries to visit the kingdom.
Saudi Arabia has a close relationship with Saudi Arabia, with the kingdom and Saudi Arabia sharing a border that extends for several thousand kilometres (miles).
The kingdom’s state-run news agency SPA said Prince Mohammed was scheduled to meet with Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman and the crown prince’s wife, Crown Princess Nayef.
The trip was first reported by Saudi-owned news outlet Al Arabiya.
Saudis and their U.S. allies are keen to diversify their relations with the world’s most populous Muslim nation.