Birth Certificates Not a Necessity For Passport Apply In India
You never again need to show your DOB (date-of-birth) certificate to get a passport. Proceeding with the way toward rearranging passports for Indian subjects, the administration informs Parliament this week that PAN card or Aadhaar among a large group of reports could be utilized to set up confirmation of birth.
What Rule Said?
As indicated by the Passport Rules, 1980, all candidates conceived on or after 26/01/1989, needed to present a birth authentication, a compulsory provision.
Presently you can present any of these at the time of Passport verification:
- Transfer/school leaving/Matriculation Certificate issued by the school containing the DOB of the candidate,
- PAN Card,
- Aadhaar Card/E-Aadhaar,
- Driving permit,
- Voter ID cards,
- LIC arrangement bonds.
The point is to make passports effectively accessible to a large number of Indians. Newly passports will have personal identity and information printed in both Hindi and English.
Candidates more than 60 years and beneath 8 years old will get a 10% discount on passport charges. Online Applicants for passports require just give the name of one parent or watchman, not both, helping single parent families.