All Services

Passport Service

Welcome to the passport services of MINSUCH HOLIDAYS. How to get in touch with the Passport Service should you have a comment or query relating to passport applications. Feel free to contact us for passport service.

  1. Birth Certificate If born After 1989.
  2. Bonafide Certificate (For Student)
  3. School Leaving Certificate / Old Passport
  4. Marriage Certificate, if Married / Affidavit
  5. Last Education Mark Sheet, Certificate
  6. Aadhar / Election Card / Driving Licence  /PAN Card (Any Tow)
  7. Light Bill  / Landline Phone Bill / Utility Bill (Current Year and One Year Old) Any One.

Outbound Travel Insurance

Basically, three types of travel insurance coverage exist: medical insurance, cancellation/interruption insurance, and luggage insurance.

Overseas travel insurance or commonly called international travel insurance provides coverage for a variety of unexpected events ranging from lost belongings to emergency medical care.

Foreign Currency

  1. US Dollars (USD)
  2. Great British Pounds (GBP)
  3. Euro (EUR)
  4. New Zealand Dollars (NZD)
  5. Japanese Yen (JPY)
  6. Canadian Dollars (CAD)
  7. Thai Baht (THB)
  8. Singapore Dollars (SGD)

Foreign Currency Card

  • ICICI Bank Student Forex Prepaid Card.
  • Axis Bank World Traveller Forex Card.
  • State Bank Multi-Currency Foreign Travel Card.
  • IndusInd Bank Multi-Currency Travel Card.
  • ICICI Bank Sapphiro Forex Prepaid Card.
  • Goibibo ICICI Bank Forex Prepaid Card.
  • ICICI Bank Coral Prepaid Forex Card.

Money Transfer Abroad

The cheapest way to send money internationally is to transfer funds directly from your bank account to a recipient’s bank account. Most transfer services charge additional fees for debit card or credit card payments and cash pickups. Credit card payments will incur additional charges from your credit card provider.

  1. Bank Drafts and Cashier’s Checks.
  2. International Money Order/ Offline Money Transfer.
  3. Online Money Transfer.
  4. Online Wire Transfer.

Foreign Remittance

When migrants send home part of their earnings in the form of either cash or goods to support their families, these transfers are known as workers’ or migrant remittances. They have been growing rapidly in the past few years and now represent the largest source of foreign income for many developing economies.

Foreign remittance is a transfer of money from a foreign worker to their family or other individuals in their home countries. In many countries, remittance constitutes a significant portion of a nation’s economic growth as measured by gross domestic product (GDP).