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French flag Consulate-General of France in Pondicherry

Address2, Marine Street
605001 Pondicherry
India
Phonelocal: (0413) 223.1000
international: +91.413.223.1000
Faxlocal: (0413) 223.1001
international: +91.413.223.1001
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C.Kichenamourty advocate/translator francophone
Thu, 22 Jan 2015 19:18 EST
James
Sir
Please study the effects of the franco indian treaty of cession. 1956 which came into force on 16.o8.1962. Then you will find the solution.
Raja
Thu, 22 Jan 2015 00:00 EST
Supporting documents required for marriage
Dear Sir
Can any one tell me the documents required for marriage in pondicherry with french nationality girl, Paper required on both sides.I am INDIAN. She is FRENCH.
THANKS
C Kichenamourty advocate/translator francophone
Wed, 21 Jan 2015 11:45 EST
Dhinesh Kumar Jain
Sir,
Please contact the service social in CGF or association des anciens combattants at Pondicherry,
Yours sincerely,
C.Kichenamorty advocate/translator francophone
Wed, 21 Jan 2015 11:33 EST
Doriane Muselet
Sir/Mrs.
The flag preceding your name is not Indian,If you are Indian in Pondicherry, pl. contact the regional immigration office, Yours sincerely,
dhinesh kumar jain
Wed, 21 Jan 2015 11:25 EST
I am waiting for your reply sir
dhinesh kumar jain
Tue, 20 Jan 2015 06:26 EST
sir, is it true that non optants can get French pensions by being indain who served in the French military.
dhinesh kumar jain
Tue, 20 Jan 2015 03:40 EST
hello sir,
my father had worked in the french army. I want to ask one doubt. if the person did not opted to conserve the French nationality at 1962 eventhough he worked in the French military can eligible for the pension. if he opted he can get military pension whereas if he did not opted he cannot get pension ?

military pension is based upon the French nationality or not? if he opted the French nationality only, he could get ah???. in case if he did not opted,they cannot given the military pension???
C.Kichenamorty advocate/translator francophone
Thu, 15 Jan 2015 20:48 EST
H. Akbar Shariff
Sir,
I have seen your question today only. It is not enough that your father in law had worked under french regime.You have to know the effects of the Franco Indian treaty, 1956, on him. Aaccording to this treaty which came into force on 16.08.1962. If he was born in French India he should have opted in CGF at Pondicherry to conserve the french nationality. Otherwise he will become Indian w.e.f 16.081962. Yours sincerely
jagadishvaran
Wed, 14 Jan 2015 10:12 EST
thank you sir..so, shall I demande French nationality? I will get ah sir?
.C.Kichenamourty advocate/.translator francophone
Sun, 11 Jan 2015 11:42 EST
Jagadeesh- sub. fr. nationality
Sir,
To apply for cert, of fr, nationality, you have to prove by documents (B/c+M/c) that you are a son of a french father who himself born to a french father,In such a situation, you are still a french national, As born outside Fr, India, ie. in Indian Union, you were not civered by the Franco Indian treaty of cession, 1956 which came into effect on 16.8.1962. Under this treaty the natives of French born in French India, having completed 18 years of age and residing either in French India or Indian Union were required to make a dcclaration in writing to conserve the french nationality within a period of 6 months from 16.8.1962 to 15.2.1963. This will not apply to you as a minor born out of Frnech India. So you are french. Your mother also acquired French nationlity of your father by her marriuge. Yours sincerely

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