How to apply for a Passport in New Delhi?

New Delhi is a hub for politics and culture. It is the capital of India. Many people staying or living in India wish to travel to foreign locations. For that, you will need to have a passport. Generally, people obtain their passport from the Delhi passport office. Because the whole process of applying is controlled by the government, unfortunately, it can become a long tedious process. The application and submission process for applying is mentioned below:

1.      Preparing your application.

For both a new passport and a renewal, application form number 1 is used. You will need to apply for a new passport if your passport has been damaged, lost, or if any of the pages inside were damaged. Form number 1 is also used for minors. Again, form 1 covers: New passports, Replacements, and Reissues.

2.      Applying at Delhi.

When you apply for a passport at Delhi, you will need to be a resident of Delhi and Surrounding NCR areas. You can apply for a passport Mon-Fri except for holidays. If you plan to apply for a passport without the use of a broker, you should plan to stay at the Delhi office for a minimum of 4 hours in order to get your work done. If you would like to use a assistance from a consultant, there are plenty of them in New Delhi.
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3.      Documents needed.

When your application is submitted, you need to provide the following documents along with your application; this is the case even with the Tatkaal process. You will need: an Address proof document (generally a utility bill would suffice), an employer certificate, Birth date proof, Marital Status proof, and if you are a minor you must provide your parents’ passport copies. You will need to carry both attested copies of your documents as well as the originals when obtaining a passport in Delhi. It is always better to hire a broker if you wish to avoid the head ache of the Delhi passport office.

4.      Passport Process.

First you need to find the passport application given at the passport centers, you can also order them by post. You can also find the forms in surrounding cities. There is a tatkaal option to apply for your passport which is meant to speed up the process. This process still takes a minimum of 15 days. Applying normal takes a minimum of 30 days. With Tatkaal, a police verification is not required. If you are applying for a minor through Tatkaal, then the process will take longer.

AADHAR or UID Card – What, How to Apply, Application Forms & FAQs

There has been talk of new card for a long time that will replace all the other cards as the ultimate identity proof of an Indian individual. This card has now been revealed to be called the AADHAR card which is a stroke of brilliance. Each card will have its unique set of data that will completely distinguish every man, woman or child that holds it. This card is the most unique step taken by the government on a long time and has met with very positive applaud at all quarters. Although not a compulsive or mandatory documentation, but the great uses and services that it will provide will definitely win over the non believers.

What is AADHAR?

The AADHAR card is something of an oddity amongst cards that are used as identity because it will now contain all the data that is significant of an individual such their religion and their caste not to mention their biometric and physical attributes to be used as a means of identification. This card will also be used as a master identity proof card as it will outweigh the other cards such as the ration card and Voter ID card. All that data will be added to a SIM card that will be loaded on it and hence will be considered a massive leap ahead of time.

What are the characteristics of AADHAR?

There are a few signifying character for the AADHAR card and that includes the inbuilt information on the person as well as their special attributes which include the identifying number as well as the others. They are as follows:

  • The AADHAR card number is a very important 12 digit number that allows the world to be aware your whole identity just through that number. In short it is a replica of the SSN of the United States but it will be useful to know that the whole of your identity is in one place and that there may be no other card that you might need.
  • It is a voluntary card where there is no mandate that it has to be done. Thus it is all up to the individuals that require this card that they would choose it or not. Every man woman and child has the right to go for it, but they may not if they do not wish to.
  • If you have a residence and people to vouch for you can actually have this card. But it does not need a relevant set of documents from beforehand and this can be taken as the best attribute so far. It is basically the first step to the plan that is getting the best and most powerful ID card.
  • This card will collect all the demographic as well as the physical attributes of a man who will have it in his possession and that can be actually used to identify the man in case all else fails.

What does it not do?

It is not a mandatory card and add to that the different services it could provide makes the choice of making or not making the AADHAR card a very obsolete question. Although it is not a mandatory card sooner or later all the other identities will be overshadowed by this card. We have told you about the characteristics of the card, now we have to tell you what this card is not meant to do. They are as follows:

  • This is not in any way related to foreigners and is only for citizens of India. There is no international legality involved in the issuing of this card.
  • The information in these cards will be accessible to some people and some of it will even be available to the public. This is a possible negative point of the card and has sparked many controversies in the last few days.

Thus it is highly recommended that even NRIs – non resident Indians should apply for the registration of UID or Adhar card online from India.