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  • List of Documents Required for Applying Passport

    Passport Required Documents
    Passport Required Documents

    The Indian passport is one of the most important travel document that an individual possesses. It is issued by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Government of India. The document proves the holder’s identity and ensures that he/she can travel to foreign countries under the government’s protection. While applying for the Indian passport, the applicant is required to submit several documents. Here, we take a look at the list of documents that is required to be submitted in order to avail a fresh passport, diplomatic passport and other purposes like renewal and reissue of the document.

    Documents required to be submitted while applying for a Fresh Passport

    When an individual applies for a fresh passport by filing a normal or tatkal application, documents like address proof and age proof needs to be submitted by all the applicants irrespective of the category they fall under i.e., adult, senior citizens and minors.

    Mentioned below are the documents that adults and senior citizens can submit as proof of address and age:

    Proof of Address Proof of age
    • Photo Passbook of running bank account in any public sector bank, private sector bank and regional rural banks.
    • Water bill.
    • Election Photo ID card.
    • Landline or Postpaid mobile bill.
    • Proof of Gas Connection.
    • Election Photo ID card.
    • Spouse’s passport copy (First and last page of the passport that includes the details of the family and mentions applicants name as spouse of the passport holder).
    • Certificate from Employer of reputed companies on letter head.
    • Income Tax Assessment Order.
    • Aadhaar card.
    • Electricity Bill.
    • Rent agreement.
    • School leaving certificate/ Secondary school leaving certificate.
    • Birth certificate issued by the Registrar of Births and Deaths or the Municipal Corporation or any other prescribed authority that has been empowered under the Registration of Birth and Deaths Act, 1969.
    • Declaration given by the Head of the Orphanage/Child Care Home on the official letterhead confirming the date of birth of the applicant.
    • Policy Bond issued by the Public Life Insurance Corporations/Companies which contains the date of birth of the holder.
    • Extract of the service record of the applicant (in case of government servants) or Pay Pension Order (retired government servants) that is duly attested/certified by the officer/in-charge of the Administration of the concerned Ministry/department of the applicant.
    • Driving license.
    • PAN Card.
    • Election Photo Identity Card.
    • Aadhaar card or e-Aadhaar.

    Minors who apply for a fresh passport are required to submit the following documents as address proof and age proof:

    Proof of Present Address Proof of Date of Birth
    • Proof of current address in the parents name as mentioned below.
      • Photo Passbook of running bank account in any public sector bank, private sector bank and regional rural banks.
      • Water bill.
      • Election Photo ID card.
      • Landline or Postpaid mobile bill.
      • Proof of Gas Connection.
      • Election Photo ID card.
      • Spouse’s passport copy (First and last page of the passport that includes the details of the family and mentions applicants name as spouse of the passport holder).
      • Certificate from Employer of reputed companies on letter head.
      • Income Tax Assessment Order.
      • Aadhaar card.
      • Electricity Bill.
      • Rent agreement.
    • If the parent possesses a passport, the original and self-attested copies should be carried.
    • School leaving certificate/ Secondary school leaving certificate.
    • Birth certificate issued by the Registrar of Births and Deaths or the Municipal Corporation or any other prescribed authority that has been empowered under the Registration of Birth and Deaths Act, 1969.
    • Declaration given by the Head of the Orphanage/Child Care Home on the official letterhead confirming the date of birth of the applicant.
    • Policy Bond issued by the Public Life Insurance Corporations/Companies which contains the date of birth of the holder.
    • Aadhaar card or e-Aadhaar.
    • Recognised school or university 10th standard mark’s card bearing the date of birth.

    Documents Required to be submitted for Re-Issue of Passport

    An individual can apply for a reissue of the passport due to a variety of reasons. When the passport is reissued, the passport number changes and a new booklet is issued to the applicant. The documents to be submitted by those who apply for reissue of passport varies depending on the reasons.

    Mentioned below are the documents that adults working in the government sector, PSUs and Statutory bodies can submit in order to apply for reissue of passport under various reasons:

    Reason Documents
    Due to expiry of validity or Exhaustion of pages or Validity due to expire
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self-attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
    • No Objection Certificate (NOC)/Prior Intimation Letter (PI).
    Due to Renewal of Short Validity Passport (SVP)
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self-attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • No Objection Certificate (NOC)/ Prior Intimation Letter (PI).
    • Proof of documents which eliminates the cause of issuance of Short Validity Passport (SVP).
    Due to Loss/stolen passport/damaged beyond recognition
    • Proof of Date of Birth.
    • Proof of present address.
    • Police report in original.
    • Affidavit stating how and where the passport got lost/stolen/damaged.
    • No Objection Certificate (NOC)/Prior Intimation Letter (PI).
    Due to damaged passport with the passport number readable, name legible and photograph intact
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self-attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • No Objection Certificate (NOC)/Prior Intimation Letter (PI).
    • Proof of Date of Birth.
    • Affidavit stating how and where the passport got lost/stolen/damaged.
    Due to change in Appearance
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self-attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • No Objection Certificate (NOC)/ Prior Intimation Letter (PI).
    • Recent photograph showing latest appearance.
    Due to change of signature
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self-attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • No Objection Certificate (NOC) or Prior Intimation Letter (PI).
    Due to change of name
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self-attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • No Objection Certificate (NOC) or Prior Intimation Letter (PI).
    • Fresh ID certificate in changed name.
    • Gazette notification changing name in applicant’s department.
    Due to change of Date of Birth
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self-attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
    • No Objection Certificate (NOC)/Prior Intimation Letter (PI).
    • Proof of Date of Birth.
    Due to Addition/Change of Spouse’s name
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self-attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation made by Passport Issuing Authority. (if any).
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • No Objection Certificate (NOC)/Prior Intimation Letter (PI).
    Due to change in Address
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self-attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • No Objection Certificate (NOC)/Prior Intimation Letter (PI).
    • Proof of present address.
    Due to deletion of ECR
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self-attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • No Objection Certificate (NOC)/Prior Intimation Letter (PI).
    • Documentary proof for any one of the Non-ECR categories.
    Due to Change of Place of Birth (involving State or Country)
    • Old passport, original
    • Self-attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • Proof of place of birth.
    • Affidavit stating the reason for change in place of birth, if the place is changed.
    • Order from the First class judicial magistrate or Sub-divisional magistrate (civil court) if the change in date of birth is more than 2 years or in case of conflicting documents or if the change in place of birth involves change in state or country.
    • Certificate of citizenship issued by MHA if the place of birth involves change in country.
    Due to Change of Place of Birth (not involving State or Country)
    • Old passport, original
    • Self-attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
      • No Objection Certificate (NOC)/Prior Intimation Letter (PI).
    • Proof of Place of birth.
    • Affidavit stating the reason for change in place of birth.
    Due to Change in Sex
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self-attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority
      • Page of validity extension (if any)
    • No Objection Certificate (NOC)/Prior Intimation Letter (PI).
    • Sworn affidavit regarding change of sex.
    • Certificate from hospital where the applicant underwent sex change operation successfully.
    Due to change in parent’s name
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self-attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • No Objection Certificate (NOC)/Prior Intimation Letter (PI).
    • Passport of parents with the new name.
    • Self-attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the new passport
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • Service record or pension order or property documents that prove that parents changed their names.
    • Any proof which highlights that parents changed their names when they were alive, in case they are dead.
    Due to any other reason apart from the ones mentioned above
    • Old passport, original
    • Self attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • No Objection Certificate (NOC)/Prior Intimation Letter (PI).

    Retired government officials who would need to apply for a re-issue of the passport can submit the following documents that is mentioned against the reason mentioned in the table:

    Reasons Documents
    Due to expiry of validity or Exhaustion of pages or Validity due to expire
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
    • Pension Payment Order
    Due to Renewal of Short Validity Passport (SVP)
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • Pension Payment Order.
    • Proof of documents which eliminates the cause for issuance of Short Validity Passport (SVP).
    Due to Lost/stolen Passport/damaged beyond recognition
    • Proof of Date of Birth.
    • Proof of present address.
    • Affidavit stating how and where the Passport got lost or stolen or damaged.
    • Police report in original.
    Due to damaged passport with the passport number readable, name legible and photograph intact
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • Pension Payment Order.
    • Proof of Date of Birth.
    • Affidavit stating how and where the Passport got lost/stolen/damaged.
    Due to change in Appearance
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • Recent photograph showing latest appearance of the applicant.
    Due to change of signature
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
    Due to change of Date of Birth
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • Proof of date of birth.
    Due to Addition/Change of Spouse’s name following marriage/divorce/separated
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    Due to Addition/Change of Spouse’s name following re-marriage
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and the last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • Death certificate of first marriage spouse/self attested copy of the divorce certificate.
    Due to change in Address
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the old passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • Proof of present address.
    Due to deletion of ECR
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and the last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • Documentary proof for any one of the Non-ECR categories.
    Due to Change of Place of Birth (involving State or Country)
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • Proof of Place of birth
    • Affidavit stating the reason for change in place of birth.
    • Order of First class judicial magistrate or Sub-divisional magistrate (civil court) if the change in date of birth is more than 2 years or in case of conflicting documents or in change in place of birth involves change in state or country.
    • Certificate of citizenship issued by MHA, if the place of birth involves change in country.
    Due to Change of Place of Birth (not involving State or Country)
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • Proof of place of birth.
    • Affidavit stating the reason for change in place of birth.
    Due to Change in Sex
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • Sworn affidavit regarding change of sex.
    • Certificate from the hospital where the applicant underwent sex change operation successfully.
    Due to change in parent’s name
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • Passport of parents with new name.
    • Self attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any).
    • Service record or pension order or property documents which prove that parents had changed their names.
    • If parents are deceased, any proof which proves that the names were changed during their lifetime would need to be submitted.
    Due to any other reason apart from the ones mentioned above
    • Old passport, original.
    • Self attested photocopy of:
      • The first two and last two pages of the passport.
      • ECR/Non-ECR page.
      • Page of observation (if any) made by Passport Issuing Authority.
      • Page of validity extension (if any)

    Documents which can be submitted by minors for Reissue of Passport

    The following documents can be submitted by minors for the purpose of renewing their passport:

    • Old Passport
    • Self-attested copies of the following
      • First and last 2 pages of the passport
      • ECR/Non-ECR page
      • Page of Observation (if any)
      • Validity extension page (if any)
    • Document which eliminates the cause for issuance of Short Validity Passport (SVP).
    • Proof of date of birth.
    • Proof of present address.
    • Proof of place of birth.
    • Affidavit stating the reason for change in place of birth.
    • Sworn affidavit regarding change of sex.
    • Certificate from hospital where the applicant successfully underwent sex change operation.
    • Affidavit stating the reason as to how and where the passport got lost or damaged.
    • Police report in original.
    • Declaration confirming the details of the minor as mentioned in the application form.
    • Recent photograph showing latest appearance of the applicant.
    • Passport of parents with new name in original along with the self-attested photocopy of the first and last two pages, ECR/Non-ECR page, page of observation and page of validity extension (if any).
    • Documents like service record or pension order or property documents needs to be submitted to show that parents had changed their names. If the parents are deceased, any proof which highlights that they had changed their names needs to be submitted.
    • Order from the First class judicial magistrate or Sub-divisional magistrate (civil court) needs to be submitted if the change in date of birth is more than 2 years or in case of conflicting documents or if change in place of birth involves change in state or country. Certificate of citizenship issued by Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) needs to be submitted if the change in place of birth involves country.

    Documents Required to be submitted for availing Diplomatic/Official Passport

    When applying for a diplomatic passport, one copy each of the following documents needs to be submitted:

    • Official Identity card of the applicant or of the Head of Office.
    • Political/PMO clearance certificate (if applicable).
    • Official request letter from the forwarding officer.
    • Certificate that is issued by the Head of Office.

    Applicants who apply for a diplomatic/official passport must place the documents in the below mentioned order:

    • Printed copy of online filled application form.
    • Political or PMO clearance.
    • Copy of identity card.
    • Certificate from the Head of Office.
    • Request from a Forwarding Officer.
    • Other relevant documents.

    News About Documents Required for Passport

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      Irom Chanu Sharmila, who is also known as the “Mengoubi” or “Iron Lady” is a popular poet, political activist, and a civil rights activist in Manipur. Despite such a good reputation, the passport office in Madurai, Tamil Nadu has held her passport for the last 5 months without giving a valid reason.

      Sharmila settled in Kodaikanal with her husband Desmond Coutinho, who is a British citizen. On October 2017, she got her Aadhaar card for the Kodaikanal address. Later, she applied for her passport from the Madurai Passport office.

      The Kodaikanal police confirmed her residential status two times and sent an authorization to the regional passport office. Authorizing the police verification process, Saravanan, the Dindigul SP (superintendent of police) said that the team had issued a PCC (Police Clearance Certificate) to Sharmila's Passport during October itself.

      In December, Sharmila received a notification from the Passport Office saying that her passport is ready and can be collected at the respective office. However, when she went to the Madurai passport office, the authorities refused to give her passport. They kept it on hold without a valid reason.

      Irom said, "I was about to attend the UN Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva for addressing the Tamil genocide that held in Sri Lanka which was scheduled on March 23. Since I'm not sure whether I could attend it as my passport is still in the possession of passport office."

      6 March 2018

    • Passport Seva Kendra launched in Kathua, Jammu and Kashmir

      A new Passport Seva Kendra has been inaugurated by Jitendra Singh, Minister of State (MoS) in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), in Kathua district of Jammu and kashmir on 25 February 2018.

      Spread across an area of 300km, the Kathua city is one of the major cities in Jammu and Kashmir. The larger population of the city resides in far-flung and backwards areas. The new passport kendra makes it easy for the people in the city on the adjoining areas to get their passports done without going to Jammu.

      As part of the plan to establish passport seva offices in every headquarter post office, Udampur has got one passport office and two more will be opened in Doda and Rajouri.

      1 March 2018

    • E-VIP is becoming a success in Kerala

      Following the success of Malappuram RPO’s initiative in carrying out electronic police verification of passport applicants, other districts in Kerala have considering introducing e-VIP (Electronic Verification of Indian Passport). The e-VIP reduces the overall passport application processing time by simplifying the police verification process. The e-VIP system works through a mobile app which allows the Police Officials to use an android device to carry out the verification process. The paperless process doesn’t require the extra time spent on sending and receiving the physical copy of the application form. The Police Officials of other districts will soon receive their Android tablets and necessary training to carry out the verification process digitally.

      3 January 2018

    • Paperless passport verification in Chandigarh

      In a bid to provide efficient and fast passport services, the Regional Passport Office of Chandigarh will launch mPassport Police App which will improve the passport verification process. The Police officials will be provided with adequate training and they will be equipped with mobile devices to carry out the verification process digitally. The paperless passport verification system will be transparent and fast. This initiative can help the RPOs to reduce the overall passport application processing time.

      11 December 2017

    • Passports of NRIs who harass or desert their wives might get revoked

      Non-resident Indians (NRIs) who harass or their wives might get their passports revoked if the Centre acknowledges high-level panel recommendations. The panel has also suggested for cases of domestic violence be covered in the extradition treaties that India signed with other countries.

      Arvind Kumar Goal, the head of the nine-member panel has insisted on a special consideration to revoke passports of offenders in regard to the wife's complaint.

      The committee suggested that states must mandatorily register all marriages involving NRIs until a central law is legislated. The panel believes this initiative to facilitate extradition of NRI spouses to India for trial.

      20 September 2017

    • Infant’s biometric imprints may not be required for passport

      The government is considering the rules for an infant’s passport and there are chances that it may be amended. Currently, infants are unnecessarily exposed to infections during the passport application process which arises during the biometric imprints. An infant’s biometric details are not viable since the ridges and swirls on an infant’s fingers do not turn out to be identifiable impressions. Moreover, they are required to be present at the passport office for biometric imprints. A proposal has been made to keep the infants away from infection by following the passport rules of other countries who allow the parents to carry out the formalities without the presence of the infant.

      24 July 2017

    • City RPO continues to be the 3rd best in India

      The Regional Passport Office (RPO) in Ahmedabad has been declared to be the third best performing RPO in the country again. In the year 2015-2016 also, the same RPO was adjudged the third best in India. Neelam Rani, the regional passport officer of Ahmedabad said that the RPO was awarded with a certificate of merit for outstanding performance in performing duties in 2016-2017. Cochin was ranked first while Jalandhar was adjudged to be the second best in the country.

      Adding to her statement, Rani said that in the second phase, the Ministry of External Affairs has given a nod to post office passport seva kendra (POPSK) at Jamnagar, Anand, Veraval, Bhavnagar, and Bharuch. The Ahmedabad centre has scored 9.30 out of 10 and fell behind Cochin and Jalandhar.

      The ministry has also sent a proposal for the third phase and if everything goes well, the state will soon inaugurate 5 to 6 new POPSKs. She also announced that the ministry has made it clear that people who want to get a passport can go only to a POPSK that is within 50km of their house.

      12 July 2017

    • Dialing 100 can now get you an appointment with the police for passport verification

      To get a date with a police officer at the jurisdictional police station to address a non-emergent complaint or any other errand, all you have to do is dial 100. This speed service has been inaugurated on a trial basis to turn making police complaints less time consuming.

      For example, earlier for police verification of passport, an applicant had to go to a police station but the applicant didn't know when to go and who to meet there. More importantly, if the person-in-charge will be available there. But now, the applicant can just dial 100 and the staff members from the police control room will fix an appointment with the designated police officer who will further guide them. They can even arrange for a conference call with the Station House Officer (SHO). MG Nagendra Kumar, DCP (Command Centre) said that this service is on a trial period right now. During this period, the police department will analyze its pros and cons.

      12 June 2017

    • NRIs will get legal help through 800 centers

      Telangana: The Indians who are working in other nation including skilled and unskilled workers, professionals, and students will get legal help from the government of India. The Union Minster for states, V K Sing has appealed to the NRIs to register themselves on the E-Migrate portal of the Centre to get legal help related to insurance, passports, etc. The Centre has also proposed to launch passport centers in 800 post offices across the nation to facilitate fast and efficient passport related services. The government is also planning to provide necessary legal information and help to individuals who are migrating to other nations. Issues such as fake agents cheating money for passport or visa or getting the dead body of an Indian back to the country, etc. will be considered by the government to make necessary amendments. The Indian immigrants can access the website - https://emigrate.gov.in/ in order to begin the registration process. The website allows the users to find recruiting agents, prospect employers, and project exporters. The website will help the NRIs in knowing about the local jurisdiction of the residing nation along with the necessary information pertaining to policies and various other documents.

      22 May 2017

    • Extra appointment slots on Passport Seva website

      The Regional Passport office in Pune will release around 50 to 100 extra appointment slots every day to reduce waiting time and hasten the application process for normal category appointments.

      The schedule and slots will be put up online on the Passport Seva website and bookings can be made at around 12 noon. On May 8, around 70 slots were released. This is in addition to the normal number of appointments, which is around 1,300.

      This move aims to make up for last minute appointment cancellations or rescheduling of appointments.

      11 May 2017

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