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How to apply passport

Asked by senthilkumar, 20 Jul '07 02:33 am
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Go to the nearest passport office and fill the forms reqd. for a new passport, please take your documents attested as proof of residence and age, rest is all the normal govt. procedure of verification etc...
Answered by cajetan francis povo, 20 Jul '07 02:36 am

 
  
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Obtain an application form from the passport office or the designated speed post centers or any of the designated outlets in your city.

You can download the form from the Central Passport Organisations Website http//www.passport.nic.in.

Fill all the columns carefully and legibly. The application may be submitted to the passport office concerned either in person or through a representative carrying an authorisation letter or by registered post. Applications can also be deposited at district passport cells or district collectorates or DSPs office at no extra charge and at designated speed post centers with a service fee or through authorised travel agents.

Submit proof of residence; i.e., two self-attested photo copies of the ration card or voters identity card or water tax bill or telephone bill or electricity bill or bank account or income tax assessment order or appointment letter of reputed companies on letterhead (any of them will do) clearly indicating/certifying the residential ...more
Answered by EmM, 08 Aug '07 03:59 pm

 
  
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by application......
Answered by yoge bhosale, 20 Jul '07 02:34 am

 
  
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