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Online application now mandatory for Indian passports

Online application now mandatory for Indian passports

“Indian citizens living in the jurisdiction of Embassy of India, Muscat are advised to fill on-line application by means of the portal with impact from March three, 2019. Current program of passport application submission will be concurrently obtainable till March 10, 2019,” stated Indian Embassy in Oman.

Thereafter, the application wants to be completed by means of the new on-line mode. Procedure to fill on-line application is as follows:-

a. Applicants are necessary to do on-line registration at (Passport Seva at Indian Embassies and Consulates) and develop an User ID.

b. Login utilizing the newly developed User ID and fill in the user friendly application type on-line at the identical portal.

c. After submitting the type on-line, take a print out of the application.

d. Affix photo at the designated location. Signatures are necessary in designated location just before submission to the BLS International Services LLC, Oman or its collection centres as per the list offered in Indian Embassy &amp BLS International web site.

e. All necessary documents ought to also be submitted along with the application type at BLS centre.

Ministry of External Affairs, India has initiated integration of Passport Seva Programme at Indian Embassies and Consulates across the globe. “As part of worldwide implementation of Passport Seva System, Embassy of India, Muscat, in accordance to Government of India’s policy of digitalization, has rolled out the Global Passport Seva Programme for the Indian Diaspora living in Oman,” embassy stated.

The new program will assist in simple and handy application submission method, will usher in standardization, digital overhauling, finish to finish status tracking and assist make passport solutions a lot more accessible and user friendly, it additional added.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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