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Q: I am applying OCI for my 6months old baby in india. I have following doubts. Please clarify 1. It says parents authorisation form need to be signed by both parents and should be notorized. In my case my husband is in US now. So what should I do? Do I need to get notorized here and my husband there ? Is it acceptable? 2. Also is it ok if one parent is present at the time of document verification

Q: Me and my wife are OCI card holders since 2011. Do we have to get new OCI card. Please advise. Thank you Polavarapu

Q: Process for Marriage Certificate registration for OCI Card Holder ?

Q: How to get passport number of one person by her name?

Q: How to Get Aadhar Card for NRI - 30-10-2017 By videshi seems pretty old info..Can u update it with latest? Kind of misleading info if someone stumbles on this site..take it down if u are not maintaining it..

Q: Sir I recently become NRI and converted my pension a/c with SBI to nro s/b a/c.In usa i have no means of income and want to get around $ 1000 transferred and there is a form NRI-11.2 and the first part of application doesn't require any certificates up to Rs 500000/per year.My Bank is refusing the transfer. Can you please guide me about the correct procedure? Thanks and regards



Q: Hello! I have a property related question. I live in USA on Green Card status. I got a piece of residential land from my father vide through court's order. Basically my father (he is still living but wanted to take care of it) divided his property between me and my brother via the court procedure. I do not intend to sell the land right now. Possibly in future I will gift it or sell it to my brother. So for now there is no sale involved. My question is do I need to do any paperwork now like filing Form 3520 or something else? And in future when I decide to either sell or gift it to my brother how will the paperwork look like if gifted vs. sold. Looking for some advice/suggestions as I am not at all familiar with these things but kind of suspect that different approaches could have different financial ramifications. Thank you

Q: i got OCI when I was 53 years of age Do i need to renew the OCI Card