The l1 category of visa allows people to travel freely to and from India, and has become a key component of India’s visa policy.
But it has also become a target of critics who say it is not a true visa, and the government has not been doing enough to make sure it is being enforced.
As a result, it is likely to remain a major source of visa-seekers’ headaches for the country for years to come.
A l1 visitor to India can, for example, enter India through the border crossing at Torkham, and, by extension, travel to Mumbai and reach other Indian cities, including New Delhi.
The government says the visa is meant for tourists and not citizens, and it does not allow non-residents to enter the country to do business or visit family.
It also does not provide any indication of how long a visa holder has to live in India, or how long he or she can stay.
In fact, the l1 is one of the only visa categories the government does not require for Indian citizens.
In 2015, the government amended its visa guidelines to allow the use of non-L1 visas for tourists in the country.
While it was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the changes have been subject to a lot of scrutiny.
For instance, it was recently revealed that a visa-holding Pakistani citizen, Aseem Jahan, had been issued a l1 after visiting India on a tourist visa.
Jahan is currently awaiting a decision on his visa application.
However, he is not the only one who has been accused of using a non-l1 visa.
Another Indian citizen, who was recently detained by the Indian government for using a l2 visa, was granted a visa for a limited period, according to the New Delhi-based Indian Express.
India’s visa system is based on a three-tier system, with a l3 visa granted to those who can prove their “residency and citizenship” to be at least one year and a l4 visa for those who have lived in India for more than five years.
“It’s very difficult for a foreigner to get a visa if they don’t have any proof of their ‘residency’ or ‘citizen’ status,” said Shashi Tharoor, a lawyer and founder of the Centre for Citizenship and Foreigners.
According to the Indian Express, “Indian authorities are worried that people who are not citizens but who live abroad can also be granted a l5 visa, which is reserved for Indians who have resided in India at least five years.”
India has over one million l1 tourists visiting its soil every year, according the government.
However, they tend to come from the developing countries of sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and Latin America.
There are also over 1.3 million non-resident Indians in India.
Critics argue that the l2 and l4 visas, which are issued by the government to those willing to take time off work, are more appropriate for those needing to go to work.
And many visa applicants are likely to have lived abroad for at least a few years.
India’s Citizenship Act of 2017, which was passed in April, stipulates that citizens must have been in India five years for the l3 or l4 category of visas.
This means that most people who apply for a visa to enter India need to prove they have lived there for five years, and also that they have been here for less than two years.
However, this is not an exact requirement.
India has a three tier visa system, which has a lower entry threshold, which means that it is much easier to get an l1 than a l7 visa.
A l1 applicant who can demonstrate that he or her “residence and citizenship are in India and that they are resident or resident in India only for one year can enter the Indian visa office, and that visa cannot be cancelled,” said Amit Agarwal, a Delhi-born lawyer who has written extensively on Indian immigration law.