The home and small business printers offered in the USA appear to be comparable to those available in your region.
Checking (for example) the HP Store in your region, (at this writing) the top-of-line inkjet printer supports Card Paper to 200 gsm. This limitation is typical of mid to higher end OfficeJet Pro printer class, in fact.
Reminder: Photo paper is not considered card paper and the two media are not interchangeable - the printer can tell the difference.
Example - OfficeJet Pro class printer - HP Store / UK
Open Technical Details > Scroll down, open " + See Complete Technical Specifications"
I found a commercial HP LaserJet that supports 220 gsm heavy weight paper - its price is $1200 USD and requires a commercial environment to meet regulations (that's "here" - "there" might be different. Still, it's not what you want and the investment is much higher than a standard top-of-line InkJet printer.
What to do?
Contact your regional HP store and ask for help.
Consider a different brand of printer.
Consider a commercial grade HP printer - keep in mind the initial cost, limitations, and possible installation requirements.
Consider using a supported Card paper class (163-200 gsm).
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