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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
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 22:43 EDT
Manoj
Sir,
The second copy is not a true copy of the first one.
The attestation entries may differ if the attestors are not the same in both the copies. What is important is that the text io both the copies should be the same. Yours sincerely,
Manoj
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 13:26 EDT
How to verify whether the attestation done of Bangalore HRD & MEA india on certicate is genuine
Hi,

I have rcently done the attestation from Bangalore HRD & MEA India from one of the attesting agency.
To give you clear information i had lost my Original certificates and applied for the second copy and once i received my second copy i had done attestaion on my second copy. Now when im comparing with the attestation on my orginal certificate n second copy the attestation has some differences, So i have to confirm whether the attestaion done is genuine or not how do i check .. please help!!!

Regards,
Manoj
C, Kichenamourty, advocate/translator francophone,
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 10:40 EDT
Deenadayalan
Sir,
You were born in Pondicherry on 30.06.1965. Born in India, you can be a french national if your father or mother was french national at the time of your birth, Your fatjer was born in Pondicherry in 1940. He should have opted to conserve french nationality under the Franco Indian treaty, 1956. Otherwise he will become Indian, Please study your case and then act. This site is not for guiding and helping you how to get french nationality, It is your personal matter. You have to contact a french lawyer, Yours sincerely,
deenadayalan
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 08:04 EDT
sir,
i born in pondicherry birth certificate
my date of birth is 30.06.1965
my wife also from tamilnadu 15.10.1975
we also having marriage certificate in tamilnadu
and my kid born in pondicherry birth
whether we all will be eligible for applying CNF ?
C, Kichenamourty, advocate/translator francophone,
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 07:07 EDT
Parigai
Sir/Nadam
Your were born in Tamil Nadu on 9.9.1062 ie, after de jure cession of French India to Indan Union on 16.08.1962.
To apply for CNF you have to prove that your father or mother was a french nastional at the time of your birth (date of death of your father not given)
If Your mother born in Tamil Nadu (date of birth not given)) married before 16.8.1962 a french national, she will acquire french nationality by marriage and conserve the same (date of her marriage is not also given). The officer in charge of issuing CNF will not accept your mother's birth certificate
as obtained by court order at her age of 71 years after a long gap.
Your mother has to prove that your father was a french national with necessary doucments to claim for CNF by her marriage Yours sincerely
C, Kichenamourty, advocate/translator francophone,
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 06:14 EDT
Deenadayalan
Sir,
First of all, you take steps for rectification of the wrong entry in the marriage certificate of your parents, by way of court judgment/order. If your mother's paents are natives of Indian Union, your mother will acquire the french nationality of your father, by her marriage. She need not make option,
Without knowing your date and place birth, I cannot
say whether you are elegible to get CNF. Yours sincerely
.C.Kichenamourty advocate/.translator francophone
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 05:36 EDT
Maran
Sir, The "decret" dated 24th april 1881 organised the Etat civil for Hindous (ref. SANNER. The etat civil, Pondicherry Municipality issued certificates to some aplicants that they have been maintaining etat civil registers since l881. For Hindus, muslims and christians, etat civil registers are in maintained in duplicate for each year, of which one is kept in the etat civil and another is sent to the concnerned Greffe (court secretariat). For the renoncants the said registers are in triplicate. one of them is sent every year to the central service of etat civil at Nantes. As per franco indian treaty of cession, 1956 the etat civil registers shall be conserved according to the law in force on 16.8.1962 and certfied copies be issued. Yours sincerely
ganapathy rajan
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 05:21 EDT
thank you sir
C. Kichenamourty advocate/ translator francophone
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 01:32 EDT
Ganapahy rajan,
Sir, Please find below the english Translation of the given sentences in french,
"My father had worked like soldier and received pension from the french Gouvernment ofwhich we have no document to prove. Consequently he was of french nationality but he didn't take necessary steps to get french nationality for us.
Therefore I request the Registrar to let me have the french nationality and deliver a certificate to me."
I remind you, sir, that this web site is not for personal matter. Yours sincerely
ganapathy rajan
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 14:13 EDT
sir let me tell the meaning of these sentences..
Mon père avait travaillé comme militaire et il avait obtenu pension du gouvernment Française dons nous ne trouvons aucune pièce pour vous prouver parconséquent il était de nationalité Française mais il n'a pas fait de nécessaire pour nous faire avoir la nationalité Française.
Parconséquent je vous en prie monsieur le Greffier en chef de me faire avoir la nationalité Française et de me faire délivrer un certificat.

please translate the above sentences sir.thanking you
with your regards
ganapathy rajan

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