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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
Web sitehttp://ambafrance-in.org/-Pondichery,1501-

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RajaLakshmi
Wed, 10 Feb 2016 05:16 EST
Queries for nationality
Sir,

Am Rajalakshmi born in Pondicherry 1989, my Father born in Pondicherry 1950(decease), my mother born in chennai, my Paternal Grand Father Registered married in Pondicherry 1948. Is there eligibility for nationality

Your sincere
Jayabalan
Tue, 9 Feb 2016 13:33 EST
Hello sir,
I need to ask one question. A person who served in the French military and resides in pondichéry during the Franco indien treaty of cession 1956 for the six months . Is Thera any chance to get a pension for a non optant military man. A French military man who did not optioned become indien after February month of 1964. Becoming indien, could he get the French military pension?
kuppusamy baskar
Mon, 8 Feb 2016 06:00 EST
i need franch nationlity
i am born 29.10.1965 salem district tamilnadu, india. My mother born 18 Novembore 1944 Poudoupalayam, Pondichery. My mother name is Poucheppagavally Sinivassane. My father born salem district Tamilnadu, India. I am possible to get French Nationality. My web address www.mgskbindia1965@gmail.com Mobile 8883885545
C.Kichenamourty, advocate/translator francophone
Thu, 4 Feb 2016 23:01 EST
Sudhasri
Madam.
If you were born after 15.8.1962 and your parents had french connection, you will have to prove that at the time of your birth, your father or mother was a french national. Yours sincerely
sudhasri
Thu, 4 Feb 2016 03:56 EST
how to get french nationality
i am the citizen of india.. i born in pondicherry. i need to get french nationality.. what r the proceture to get french nationality
Thilip
Thu, 4 Feb 2016 01:14 EST
regarding Nom de famille
Hi Sir,

My dad expired last year. So now my mom have to change her fathers renoncant name which is in her birth certificate? r she can continue using my dad renoncant name?
C. Kichenamourty, advocate/translator francophone
Wed, 3 Feb 2016 11:05 EST
Priya
Ms/Madam,
Please see in french code civil the articles 161, 162 and 163 dealing with prohibition to contract marriage and 164 about the power of M.le President de la Republique to remove prohibition on serious grounds, Yours sincerely
C,Kichenamourty, Advocate/translastor francophone,
Wed, 3 Feb 2016 10:54 EST
Thilip
Sir,
Please state whether your dad is alive and if so the necessity to change your dad's renoncant name in your mom's papers/cards. yours sincerely
C.Kiichenamourty
Wed, 3 Feb 2016 10:45 EST
Thilip
Please state whether your dad is alive and if so, what is the necessity to change his patronymical name in your mom's voter I/D, aadhar and ration cards. Yours sincerely
Thilip
Wed, 3 Feb 2016 02:35 EST
regarding Nom de famille
HI Sir,

Could you pls guide me regarding the below issue.

Mymom and my dad both are renoncants. My mom now using my father's renoncant name after marriage. So confirm me whether my mom have to use her renoncant name or my dad's. My mom gave my father renoncant for all the proofs like ration card, voter ID and adhar card. So we have to change the entire thing r she can use my dad's renoncant name??

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