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1.

 

ATTESTATION OF DOCUMENTS AND POWER OF ATTORNEY

 

  1. 2 Passport size photos
  2. Original Passport with photocopy
  3. Original documents with photocopy

      Attestation of Documents

      Power of Attorney: 

The executants are required to sign the documents in the presence of the Consular Officer.  

     Commercial document:  Authenticated by DFA

Note: Any affidavit, declaration or Power of Attorney to be used in India can be attested at the Consular counter. Any person who requires an affidavit of attorney to be used in India needs to bring the documents to be attested in original along with a photocopy and valid passport. In case of Powers of Attorney, a photograph of the executant(s) is also required. They are required to sign the documents in the presence of the Consular Officer.

In case a person is not able to come to the Embassy in person, he/she is required to get their documents (and photographs in case of Power of Attorney) attested by local notary and authenticated by Department of Foreign Affairs.

Processing time:2 working days 
 





660

1160 




2710

2.

 
POLICE CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE

 

  • EAP-2 Form (Download Form)
     
  • 3  Passport size photos
     
  • Original Passport with photocopy
     
  • NBI Clearance
Processing time:  (i) 7 days for those whose original passports have been issued from Manila.

(ii) 45 days for the applicants whose original passports have been issued from other passport issuing authorities.
 

1160

3.

DEATH REGISTRATION

  • Form (Download Form)
     
  • Original Passport with photocopy (deceased and applicant)
  • Original Death Certificate with photocopy
     
  • Police report (in case of unnatural death)
     
  • Embalmers Certificate with photocopy
     
  • Sealing Certificate (if sending dead body)
     
  • Cremation Certificate with photocopy
     
  • Consent from next of kin for local burial, transportation of dead body/ashes
     
  • Booking Confirmation 

    Processing Time: Same day
     

34

4..

ECNR

  • 2 Passport size photos
     
  • Original Passport with photocopy
     
  • Affidavit (details of stays outside India)
    (Download Affidavit)

     
  • Original I-card/ACR-ICR with photocopy
     
  • Original passport with photocopy of the dependent (permanent resident in the Philippines
     
  • Proof of 3 years of stay abroad (Arrival and Departure)
     
  • Degree or Diploma with photocopy or other relevant document for ECNR status

    Processing time :2 working days
     

660

5.

CHANGE OF NAME

  • 2 Passport size photos
     
  • Deed Poll / Sworn Affidavit for change of name(Download Affidavit)
     
  • Original Passport with photocopy 
     
  • Original I-card/ACR-ICR with photocopy 
     
  • Original Newspaper clipping from India and Philippines (Daily Newspaper) 

    Processing time: 2 working days
     
 
660

6.

CHANGE OF NAME FROM MAIDEN TO MARRIED NAME

  • 2 Passport size photos
     
  • Original Passport with photocopy (husband and wife)
     
  • Original I-card/ACR-ICR with photocopy (husband and wife)
     
  • Original Marriage Certificate with photocopy authenticated by NSO and DFA in the case marriage solemnized in the Philippines or Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi in the case of marriage solemnized in India.
     
  • Joint affidavit with joint photo during the marriage(Download Affidavit)

    Processing time: 2 working days 
     
 
660

7.

INCLUSION OF SPOUSE NAME

  • 2 passport size photos
  • Original Marriage Certificate with photocopy authenticated by NSO and DFA in case marriage is solemnized in the Philippines or Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi in case of marriage is solemnized in India.
     
  • Joint Affidavit (from husband and wife) to be sworn before the Consular officer. (Download  affidavit)
  • Joint Photo (during the marriage)
  • Copy of Affidavit of Legal Capacity (for Filipino spouse only)
     
  • Valid ID of  spouse 

    Processing time :2 working days 
 
660

8.

LIFE CERTIFICATE

  • Form  (Download Form)
     
  • 2 passport size photos 
     
  • Original passport with photocopy 

    Processing time :Same day
 
gratis

9.

BIRTH CERTIFICATION

  • Form  (Download Form)
     
  • 2 Passport size photos
     
  • Original Passport with photocopy 

    Processing time : 2 working days
     
 
660

10.

MARRIAGE CERTIFICATION

  • Form (Download Form)
     
  • 2 Passport size photos
     
  • Original Passport with photocopy
    (spouse name should be included in the passport)

    Processing time : 2 working days
     
 
660

11.

RENUNCIATION OF INDIAN CITIZENSHIP

  • Form (Download Form)
     
  • 2 Passport size photos 
     
  • Original Passport with photocopy
     
  • Original Indian passport with photocopy 

    Processing time : 7 working days
     
 
660

12.

EMERGENCY CERTIFICATE

  • EA(P)-4 Form (Download  Form) 
     
  • 6 passport size photographs 
     
  • Original passport with photocopy 
     
  • Original ACR/ICR with photocopies 
     
  • Police report for lost passport 
     
  • Affidavit for lost passport 
     
  • Joint Affidavit from 2 witnesses for loss passport 
     
  • Copies of passports and  ACR/ICR of Indian witnesses 
     
  • Air -booking  certificate 
     
  • NBI clearance
     
 
410

13

LEGAL CAPACITY

  • Original Indian passport with photocopy

  • Original valid ID of the Indian national and the Filipino national with photocopy

  • Original Birth Certificate of the Filipino national, authenticated by National Statistics Office (issued by Main Office – NSO Quezon City)
  • Original Joint / Separate affidavit of parents of the Filipino national giving consent to the marriage with the Indian national which should be authenticated by DFA (Department of Foreign Affairs)
  • Original Joint / Separate affidavit of parents of the Indian national, giving consent to the marriage with the Filipino national which should be authenticated by:

  • Locally notarized from India (if staying in India)

  • Attested by Indian Mission in the country (if staying outside India)

  • Copies of valid IDs of the parents (both Indian and Filipino)

  • Original affidavit of singleness / willingness of the Filipino national authenticated by DFA (Department of Foreign Affairs)

  • CENOMAR (Certificate of No Marriage) from NSO for Indian and Filipino

  • Joint affidavit from Indian and Filipino on how they met each other and what are theirs plans after getting married

  • Original employment certificate from the company of the Indian national

  • Certificate of bachelorhood issued by the:
  • area Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) / Court authorities;

  • counter-attested by the Home Department of the State concerned; and

  • then counter-attested by the CPV Division of the Ministry of External Affairs, Patiala House, New Delhi

  • In case the Indian national is already married in Philippines, then:

  • a certificate/affidavit from the Indian national or his parent(s) indicating that the Indian national is not already married to anyone in India and that the Filipino national is the only spouse since (date), with children (if any);

  • the certificate/ affidavit is to be attested by area SDM / court authorities;

  • and the same certificate/ affidavit is also to be counter-attested by the Home Department of the State concerned; and then counter-attested by the CPV Division of the Ministry of External Affairs, Patiala House, New Delhi

  • Photocopies of all the documents
  • Indian and Filipino need to come personally for an interview by the Consul

  • Application is upon approval of the Consul

  • Processing time: 3 working days
 
660
   

(A) Renunciation of Indian Citizenship:

Persons of Indian origin who have already acquired foreign citizenship until 31 May 2010 will not be required to pay renunciation fees of Php.5,466/-; he/she will be required to pay Miscellaneous fees of Php.1160.00 when getting the old Indian passport cancelled/surrendered. 

In future those Indian citizens who acquire foreign citizenship on or after June 1 2010 will have to submit declaration of renunciation of their Indian citizenship and fees of Php.5,466/- 

If the applicant has already renounced Indian citizenship, he/she should have one of the following as proof:  

  • A Certificate of Renunciation issued by a Embassy of India or,
  • An Indian Passport that contains a stamp that specifically renounces the citizenship. 

If the applicant has NOT renounced his/her Indian citizenship, or does not have proof, the following must be provided:  

  • Two (2) copies of the completed renunciation form. The application for renunciation may be made on the Form-17 in the Embassy. 
     
  • Renunciation fee of Php.5,466/- (for those who acquired foreign citizenship on or after June 1, 2010) or Php.1160 (for those who acquired foreign citizenship until 31 May 2010).
  • To be provided only in cases where Foreign passport is issued on or after June 1, 2010 while naturalization took place on or before May 31, 2010: Copy of the Naturalization Certificate. For minors who were not issued naturalization certificates, the parents must write a statement that the minors citizenship was obtained through the parents, and provide a copy of the parents naturalization certificate.
  • Most recent Indian passport that was issued in India/abroad. Applicant must provide photocopies of the first three pages of the passport and the last two pages of the passport. In case passport has been lost, a police report must be filed which specifically mentions loss of passport and submit the same. Passport particulars will be verified from Passport Issuing Authority (PIA) before OCI/PIO Card application is processed.

(B) Surrender of Indian Passport

Surrender of Indian Passport after acquisition of foreign passport

Indian passport holders are required to surrender their passports to the nearest Indian Mission/Post immediately after acquisition of foreign nationality.  Indian Citizenship Act does not allow dual citizenship (there is sometimes misconception that OCI card is dual citizenship). However, it has been observed that many individuals continue to retain their Indian passport and some travel on them; there are yet others who get fresh passports issued by suppression of information even several years after they acquired foreign citizenship. Such persons surrender their passports only when they need to take OCI cards, etc.

2.   Since the misuse of Indian passports as described above constitutes offences under Section 12(1A) of the Passports Act 1967, which states:

          “whoever, not being a citizen of India-
(a)  makes an application for a passport or obtains a passport by suppressing information about his nationality, or 

(b)  holds a forged passport or any travel document shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which shall not be less than one year but which may extend to five years and with fine which shall not be less than ten thousand rupees but which may extend to fifty thousand rupees”,

It has been decided by the Government of India to impose penalty on a graded scale for such violations as per details given below:

Sl. No.

Scenario

Penalty

Section

      1.

Passport not surrendered up to three years and not used for travel after obtaining foreign passport

     No penalty

--

     2.

Passport not surrendered up to three years and traveled once after obtaining foreign passport

No penalty for retention of passport, but penalty of Php. 7,651/- for travel on Indian passport

12 (1A)

     3.

Passport not surrendered up to three years and traveled more than once after obtaining foreign passport

No penalty for retention of passport, but penalty of Php. 7,651/- for each travel on Indian passport (aggregate penalty on travel not to exceed Php. 38,251/-

12(1A)

    4.

Passport not surrendered for over three years and used for travel after obtaining foreign passport

Penalty of Php. 7,651/- for retention of passport and penalty of Php. 7,651/- for each travel on Indian passport (aggregate penalty on travel not to exceed Php. 38,251/-)

12(1A)

    5.

Renewal/re-issue of Indian passport and traveling on it after acquiring foreign nationality

(i)  Php.  19,126/- for each renewal/re-issue and
(ii) Php. 7,651/-  for each travel on Indian passport (aggregate penalty on travel not to exceed Php. 38,251)

12(1A)

3.   The question of levy of penalty for retention/travel on Indian passports after acquisition of foreign nationality arises only for passports whose final validity expired on or after 01 June, 2005 

4.A grace period of three months is allowed from the date of acquisition of foreign citizenship, for the purpose of travel on Indian passport. Therefore, no penalty will be leviable for travel on Indian passport within three months of acquisition of foreign passport.

Requirements for surrender of Indian passport:

  1. Form 17 to be filled in duplicate accompanied by two passport size photographs and to be signed before the Consular Officer.
     
  2. Renunciation fee of Php.5,466 (for those who acquired foreign citizenship on or after June 1 2010) or Php.1160 (for those who acquired foreign citizenship until 31 May 2010. Indian passport will be surrendered simultaneously.  In addition, penalty will also be payable if the passport is not surrendered immediately on acquisition of a foreign passport as per details given above.
     
  3. Surrender  certificate will be issued only when  the passport is surrendered .If any passport holder claims that he/she has lost his/her passport  or totally damaged his/her passport , obviously surrender certificate can not be issued .
     
  4. All surrendered Indian passports and booklets will be cancelled and returned to the passport holders.
     
  5. Duration for grant of service – 2 working days.

NOTE: Penalty will be determined if the passport is not surrendered immediately on acquisition 
of a foreign passport, and no request or appeal for exemption of this penalty shall be entertained.

Note: If miscellaneous service is taken after acquisition of foreign nationality (after three months’ grace period), a penalty of Php. 7651/- for each occasion (whether one service or more) will be imposed).



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