Expat Relocating to India
INDIA is the seventh-largest country in the world, & the fifth largest economy, a country that is constantly evolving. Around 30,000 expats relocate to India every year and are one of the most cosmopolitan nations, because of the diversity of people from all over the world. India’s expatriate community has a wide range of different people. The region is popular with artists, professors, and spiritualists as well as CEOs and executives of international corporations industries like Pharma, Robotics, Automobile, Oil & Gas, etc.
Today, India’s credibility is stronger than ever. There is visible momentum, energy, and optimism. It’s a country only full of surprises and love, that you’ll get in abundance.
So, if you are relocating to India as an expatriate, welcome to an enthralling experience that will change you forever!
Services We Offer
Expat Relocation Services
Moving from one country to another is difficult, we understand! That’s why we offer you a relocation service, where all you have to do is pack your bags and catch your flights.
We find you a house and help you make it a home, we provide you a comprehensive solution for your every requirement as our team diligently does all the legal work for you because we understand that finding a home is much more than an online search.
Visa & Immigration
With a success rate of 99.9% Visa approvals, you can trust Lexagent for a hassle-free transfer anywhere and everywhere in India and we promise our team won’t let you deal with Maze of paperwork.
Awards, Certification And Memberships
An ISO 9001:2015, GDPR Compliant Company and member of Worldwide ERC & EuRA; Lexagent, in the last decade helped thousands of expat families, to enjoy the experience of India, by offering services across all major cities in India which include Pune (HQ), Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Gurgaon, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai.
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The Biden administration has announced the extension of work permits for certain selected categories of immigrants. This includes migrants seeking Green Card and H-1B visa
The honorable Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi has announced the launch of AYUSH Visas for foreign nationals seeking traditional AYUSH treatments in India.
According to a survey, about 48% of expatriates (expats) struggle with getting used to the Indian culture. That’s why it’s important to familiarize yourself with