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31 OF 1946* [23rd November, 1946.] An Act to confer upon the Central Government certain powers In respect of foreigners. -------------------------------------------------------------------- * This Act has been extended to- Goa, Daman and Diu with modifications by Reg. WHEREAS it is expedient to provide for the exercise by the Central Government of certain powers in respect of the entry of foreigners into 1[India], their presence therein and their departure therefrom; 1. (1) This Act may be called the Foreigners Act, 1946. The applicants are also requested to visit website of the Indian Mission concerned for detailed information about Indian visa.

1(4) If in any area prescribed in this behalf the prescribed authority by notice published in such manner as may in the opinion of the authority be best adapted for informing the persons concerned so directs, it shall be the duty of every person occupying or having under his control any residential premises to submit to such person and in such manner such information in respect of foreigners accommodated in such premises as may be specified ; and the provisions of sub-section (2) shall apply to every person accommodated in any such premises.] 2 [7A. (1) The prescribed authority may, subject to such conditions as may be prescribed, direct the owner or person having control of any premises used as a restaurant or as a place of public resort or entertainment or as a club and frequented by foreigners- (a) to close such premises either entirely or during specified periods, or ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 Ins. be final and shall not be called in question in any Court : Provided that the Central Government, either of its own motion or on an application by the foreigner concerned, may revise any such decision. (4) The Central Government may, by order, provide for regulating access to, and the conduct of persons in, places in India where internees or persons on parole are detained or restricted, as the case may be, and for prohibiting or regulating the despatch or conveyance from outside such places to or for internees or persons on parole therein of such articles as may be prescribed.] 5. (1) No foreigner who was in 2[India] on the date on which this Act came into force shall, while in 2[India] after that date, assume or use or purport to assume or use for any purpose any name other than that by which he was ordinarily known immediately before the said date. (5) Nothing in this section shall apply to the assumption or use- (a) of any name in pursuance of a 1* * * licence or permission granted by the Central Government; or (b) by any married woman, of her husband's name. and the original sub-section (4) renumbered as (6) by Act 38 of 1947, s. 12 (b) passenger "means any person not being a bona-fide member of the crew, travelling or seeking to travel on a vessel or aircraft. Obligation of hotel keepers and others to furnish particulars. (2) Any police officer may take such steps and use such force as may, in his opinion, be reasonably necessary for securing compliance with any order made or direction given under or in pursuance of the provisions of this Act or for preventing or rectifying any breach of such order or direction. Any authority upon which any power to make or give any direction, consent or permission or to do any other act is conferred by this Act or by any order made thereunder may, unless express provision is made to the contrary, in writing authorise, conditionally or otherwise, any authority subordinate to it to exercise such power on its behalf, and thereupon the said subordinate authority shall, subject to such conditions as may be contained in the authorisation, be deemed to be the authority upon which such power is conferred by or under this Act. Attempts to etc., contravene the provisions of this Act, etc. The provisions of this Act shall be in addition to, and not in derogation of, the provisions of the Registration of Foreigners Act 1939, (16 of 1939.) the Indian Passport Act, 1920, (34 of 1920.) and of any other enactment for the time being in force. The former sub-section (1) was omitted by Act 11 of 1957, s. 1[(3) No person shall- (a) knowingly assist an internee or a person on parole to escape from custody or the place set apart for his residence, or knowingly harbour an escaped internee or person on parole, or (b) give an escaped internee or person on parole any assistance with intent thereby to prevent, hinder or interfere with the apprehension of the internee or the person on parole. 10 (b) a name shall be deemed to be changed if the spelling thereof is altered. (1) The master of any vessel landing or embarking at a port in 2[India] passengers coming to or going from that port by sea and the pilot of any aircraft landing or embarking at any place in 2[India] ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 The word " Royal omitted by Act 1 1 of 1957, s. (5) The master of any vessel or the pilot of any aircraft which is about to carry passengers from a port or place in India to any destination outside India, or the owner or the agent of the owner of any such vessel or aircraft shall, if so directed by the Central Government and on tender of payment therefor at the current rates, provide on the vessel or aircraft accommodation to such port or place outside India, being a port or place at which the vessel or aircraft is due to call, as the Central Government may specify, for any foreigner ordered under section 3 not to remain in India and for his dependents, if any, travelling with him.] 1[(6)] For the purposes of this section- (a) " master of a vessel " and " pilot of any aircraft shall include any person authorised by such master or pilot, as the case may be, to discharge on his behalf any of the duties imposed on him by this section ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 Subsections (4) and (5) ins. (1) Any authority empowered by or under or in pursuance of the provisions of this Act to give any direction or to exercise any other power, may, in addition to any other action expressly provided for in this Act, take, or cause to be taken such steps and use, or cause to be used, such force as may, in its opinion, be reasonably necessary for securing compliance with such direction or for preventing or rectifying any breach thereof, or for the effective exercise of such power, as the case may be. All foreign nationals entering India are required to possess a valid international travel document in the form of a national passport with a valid visa obtained from an Indian Mission or Post abroad. All Individual visa seekers are requested to apply for the Indian Visa through Online application link , in order to make an application for getting the Indian visa.

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