Indian passport holders do not receive tourist visas and can only apply for entry for family and friend travel, business visas, transit visas and religious pilgrimage visas. [3] Six-month business visas are granted to Indian passport holders, with multiple entries. [3] Indian passport holders are also not entitled to visa extensions[3], although passport holders who stay longer than the visa deadline are subject to a fee of 40 rupees per day of stay. [21] Pakistan prohibits Israeli citizens from travelling to Pakistan. Although Pakistan does not have diplomatic representation in Israel, applicants can apply for Pakistani visas in a third country if they are legally resident in that country. [3] Israeli passport holders and Palestinian Authority passport holders must register their stay with local police authorities[3] unless a work visa is issued to them. [3] Visitors to Pakistan generally require a visa from one of Pakistan`s diplomatic missions. [1] Pakistani missions abroad offer different visa categories, with some travellers obtaining visas upon arrival when travelling as part of a group or business trip. Pakistan also provides electronic visa applications and an electronic travel authorization for the issuance of the visa upon arrival. [2] Pakistan and Malaysia will sign an agreement on the partial abolition of the travel visa between the two countries.

The visa waiver agreement for diplomatic and special passports was signed with Cyprus in July 2017 and has yet to be ratified. [16] In November 2018, a visa waiver agreement was signed with Malaysia for holders of a diplomatic and official passport, which was ratified effective March 20, 2019. [18] Turkish nationals holding a visa valid for the Schengen area, the United Kingdom or the United States may obtain a visa upon arrival. [20] Nationals of the following 95 countries may obtain a visa for a maximum stay of 30 days upon arrival on a business trip, provided that they have a local sponsor who must first obtain authorization from the immigration authorities at the planned port of arrival and if they have one of the following documents:[10][11][11][12] Applicants generally have to apply for a visa in their country of origin. , may, however, apply from a third country if they have legal permanent residence in that country. [3] Applications from Indian passport holders must be submitted directly by the Ministry of the Interior[3], although they are not excluded from the visit to Pakistan, although they are subject to additional requirements, including mandatory police registration[3], regardless of the type of visa. [3] Foreigners of Indian origin were also subject to this regime.