From getting together 15 extensions, getting them marked by an official, to arranging at the identification office the Indian Passport process was known to be an overwhelming encounter. This is going to change! With regards to the cutting edge and well informed picture of the current government, the Ministry of External Affairs has presented various new changes to the visa procedure. A liberal move undoubtedly—getting a visa will presently be a lot simpler and snappier! application place of birth
The following are the progressions that have been presented: application place of birth
1. Evidence Of Date Of Birth
Presently: All candidates of visas can present any of the accompanying reports as the confirmation of DOB while presenting the identification application:
(I) Birth Certificate (BC) gave by the Registrar of Births and Deaths or the Municipal Corporation or some other recommended authority whosoever has been engaged under the Registration of Birth and Deaths Act, 1969 to enlist the introduction of a youngster conceived in India.
(ii) Transfer/School leaving/Matriculation Certificate gave by the school last joined in/perceived instructive load up containing the DOB of the candidate.
(iii) PAN Card gave by the Income Tax Department with the DOB of the candidate.
(iv) Aadhar Card/E-Aadhar having the DOB of the candidate.
(v) Copy of the concentrate of the administration record of the candidate (just material for Government hirelings) or the Pay Pension Order (appropriate for resigned Government Servants), properly bore witness to/affirmed by the official/responsible for the Administration of the concerned Ministry/Department of the candidate, having his DOB.
(vi) Driving License given by the Transport Department of the concerned State Government, having the DOB of the candidate.
(vii) Election Photo Identity Card (EPIC) gave by the Election Commission of India having the DOB of the candidate.
(viii) Policy Bond gave by the Public Life Insurance Corporations/Companies having the DOB of the holder of the protection strategy.
2. Name of Only Parent or Legal Guardian
A big change was introduced following an internal report examining various issues pertaining to passport applications where mother/child has insisted that the name of the father should not be mentioned in the passport and, the passport should be easily issued to children with a single parent and to adopted children.
Now: The online passport application form now requires the applicant to provide the name of the father or the mother or the legal guardian. This would enable single parents to apply for passports for their children and to also issue passports where the name of either the father or the mother must not be printed at the request of the applicant.