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filing for an indian passport is easier from 2017

Filing for an Indian Passport is easier

from 2017 - 12 New passport rules

announced by Sushma Swaraj

If you're an Indian while not passport simply because the cumbersome

formalities to file for one isn't your cup of tea, here comes the great news

for you. Taking ahead the wonderful attainment, Sushma Swaraj junction

rectifier Ministry of External Affairs created some amendments within the

passport rules so as to liberalize and contour the method by easing some

complexities. The revised rules would be before long published via an

official Gazette though the same has been directed to the Passport supply

Authorities in Indian and overseas.

here ar all the amendments wiped out 2016 2017

Here ar all the amendments wiped out 2016-2017 that have created filing

for a passport a lot of easier – comparative mode

I Date of Birth Proof

Old Rule: Any Indian resident born on or after January 26, 1989, had to

submit their Date of Birth Certificate as a proof of Date of Birth.

New Rule: As per the new rule Date of Birth Certificate is not a mandate.

Any individual born on or after January 26, 1989, may present below-

mentioned documents as a proof of Date of Birth:

1. Birth certificate issued by Municipal Corporation or Registrar of

Births and Deaths or any other authority prescribed the power to do

so under the Registration of Births & Deaths Act, 1969.

2. Matriculation Certificate/transfer/ School leaving certificate with

proper DOB mentioned, issued by last attended school which is

recognized by reputed board.

3. Pan Card with proper DOB, issued by the Income Tax Department.

4. Aadhar Card/ E-Aadhar with DOB.

5. Government employees:

presently in service the copy of the extract

Presently in service; the copy of the Extract of the service record of

the individual.

Retired Personnel; Pay Pension Order having DOB mentioned

Both the certificates duly signed and authorized by the administer in-charge

of the Department or Ministry.

6. Driving License issued by the Transport Department of the

concerned State with DOB mentioned.

7. Election Photo Identity Card/ Voter Card issued by the Election

Commission of India that has the Date of Birth of the individual.

8. Policy Bond issued by Public Life Insurance Corporations/

Companies with DOB mentioned.

II Name of Mother and Father

Old Rule: While applying for the passport providing names of both Father

and Mother are mandatory.

New Rule: Any individual can fill the online passport application form

mentioning the name of father/mother/ legal guardian, mentioning only one

name is acceptable now.

III Passport for children of Single Parents

old rule while applying for the passport

Old Rule: While applying for the passport providing names of both Father

and Mother are mandatory and both the names will be printed on the


New Rule: Easy form application for the single parents seeking passport

for their children. Single parents may also file a request for not printing the

name of the father or the mother on the passport.

IV Number of annexes for Indian Passport

Old Rule: 15 Annexes to be filled as prescribed under the Passport Rule,


New Rule: While some annexes are merged, annexes A, C, D, E, J, and K

have been detached reducing the number to 9 annexes only.

V Attestation of annexes for Indian Passport

Old Rule: All the annexes prescribed under Passport Rule, 1980 to be

attested by any notary/ First Class Judicial Magistrate/ Executive

Magistrate were mandatory to file.

New Rule: All the annexes can be submitted self-declared on plain paper

and no attestation as aforesaid is required.

VI Marriage Certificate for filling Passport

Old Rule: Annexure A or Marriage certificate is must file for an Indian


new rule no such obligation pertains

New Rule: No such obligation pertains and a married couple may file for an

Indian Passport without a marriage certificate.

VII Indian Passport filling for Divorced or

Separated persons

Old Rule: Divorce decree required in case of divorced person filing request

also the name of the spouse to be mentioned for separated or divorced


New Rule: A passport can be filed without the mention of the name of the

spouse of any separated or divorced person neither the divorce degree is


VIII Indian Passport for Orphaned Children

Old Rule: Any orphaned Child need to present any proof of DOB like Birth

Certificate or Matriculation Certificate or a declaratory letter by the court

mentioning the Date of Birth.

New Rule: A letter declaring the date of birth of the Orphaned child on the

letterhead of the Orphanage, attested by the Head of the Orphanage will be

acceptable as the proof of Date of Birth.

IX Indian Passport for Children born out of


Not much hassle as only Annexure G is required to be filed while filing

for Indian Passport

x indian passport for adopted children

X Indian Passport for adopted children

Old Rule: Applicant had to submit the registered adoption deed while filing

for an Indian Passport.

New Rule: A self-declaration on plain paper authenticating the adoption is

only required for applying for Indian Passport.

XI No objection certificate for Government

Employees filing for Indian Passport

Old Rule: An identity certificate (annexes B) or no objection certificate

(annexes M) from the employer is a must for a Government Employee to

file for Indian Passport.

New Rule: A government employee seeking passport on urgent basis can

submit a self-declaration in Annexure N, stating that he/she has given prior

notice/intimation to the Head of the Department that he/she is applying for

an Indian Passport.

XII Indian Passport for Sadhus and Sanyasis

Old Rule: All the rule remain same for the sadhus and sanyasis and

mentioning the name of parents is a must.

New Rule: If any sadhu or sanyasi wish to mention his/her Guru’s Name in

lieu of his biological parents, he/she has to present at least one document

out of aadhar card election photo identity card

out of Aadhar Card, Election Photo Identity Card, PAN Card, etc. that has

the name of the Guru under the header of Parent (s) name (s).

Indeed an appreciable step to make the life of a common man easier and

the system of filling for an Indian Passport mush easier and less knotty.