NEW DELHI: India has issued more than 10,000 Indian visas to foreign nationals in the past 10 years, according to a report by the Migration Policy Institute (MPI).
The data was provided to the Indian government by MPI and shows that India has been issuing more than 13,000 visas per annum, compared to around 6,000 per annus in 2014.
This number has been on an upward trajectory since the last census.
According to the report, the number of visa applications submitted by Indian nationals to the United Nations for asylum, for example, increased by nearly 70 per cent from 2014 to 2015, from 10,979 applications to 20,823 in the same period.
MPI said it was not clear whether the increase in the number was a result of India joining the United States-led Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) or the new Indian-led BRICS alliance.
The number of Indian nationals who have applied for visas has been stable, and there is no evidence of a significant increase in immigration by Indian citizens.
However, it is not surprising to see a decline in applications from Indian nationals, given that Indian migrants have been subjected to many of the same conditions as those of their American counterparts.
Indian nationals are also a larger share of the country’s population than Americans, according the data.
This is partly due to the fact that Indians are more likely to be born in India, and are therefore more likely than Americans to be Indian.
Indian migrants to the US have been the subject of a fierce debate over immigration, and whether it was a good thing or bad thing for the country.
The United States has seen a surge in Indian immigration since the 2016 election of Donald Trump, with a large contingent of Indian migrants moving to the country to work as American citizens.
In 2016, President Donald Trump signed an executive order calling for an increase in visa approvals for Indian nationals and permanent residents.
However, the order was blocked by the Supreme Court and has since been overturned.
India has also faced criticism over its treatment of its migrants, with reports that Indian nationals were being detained for over a year without charges or charges being brought against them.
Indian immigrants to the UK have also been targeted for deportation by their home governments, as well as being denied the right to apply for a work permit.
India’s largest private sector employer, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), is the only Indian employer to have been ordered to pay compensation to a British man after he was deported.
In December 2017, Indian authorities deported two Chinese men for attempting to enter India illegally.