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Raju
Fri, 6 Dec 2019 15:06 EST
Natalie
Would you care to reveal the period of gap for some of our readers to give you the sugestion?
Natalie
Fri, 6 Dec 2019 12:22 EST
PPD
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P.P.D.
Fri, 6 Dec 2019 07:22 EST
NATALIE
Natalie please leave your email here. I had a similar problem & I can help you in this regard. I have a solution for that.
Natalie
Fri, 6 Dec 2019 03:05 EST
Raju
I understand. What is the best solution to this problem ? I have all other documents in place. Would it be a major problem if I submit the Birth Certificate with an interval between my DOB and registration date ?
Francis
Fri, 6 Dec 2019 02:40 EST
Thank you Ezekiel for all your advice and help. God bless you
Manuska
Fri, 6 Dec 2019 02:17 EST
post nineteen sixty one - Ezekiel
Dear Ezekiel,

Thank you and God bless you for providing this info and being very helpful to all of us here.
Ezekiel
Thu, 5 Dec 2019 14:02 EST
Re. Herald, A shameful lesson
Mr. Lobo, the waste mgmt minister, reiterated his statement again as per Herald for OCIs abroad to be concerned about matters of Portugal and London and to not spread a bad image of Goa to the locals in those countries. Strangely though, in irony, the newspaper posted a photo of plastic waste floating in sewage water near Merces junction right next to the article of Mr. Lobo's action. If thousands of Goans abroad wish to demean the state of their hometown under the current Government, it's their prerogative and right to free speech to continue to do so, especially if those matters are true.

A sad fact which occurred a few days ago involved the visit of the King & Queen and Sweden (the country in the EU with a smart city-that Goans had to learn from) on his five day visit starting from second December. The couple's visit sadly involved endeavouring to clean a beach in Bombay. Even though it's not related to Goa, it is a great shameful lesson for the Indian Government and Indians to learn of. India shouldn't be in a position wherein foreigners (let alone elderly royals from a first world country) have to come and clean up other people's rubbish in other people's country.
Ezekiel
Thu, 5 Dec 2019 13:38 EST
Manuska
I haven't confirmed with my barrister as yet, but they should be roughly late December to early January twenty nineteen by now.
Ezekiel
Thu, 5 Dec 2019 13:33 EST
Lisa
They haven't stopped. It's under Portuguese law to allow Goans Portuguese citizenship as well as the people of Macau and Sephardic Jews (if I remember it right). I recently found an article by the Navhind times dated the thirtieth of November of this year wherein they confirmed that every year, about a thousand to thousand five hundred Goans take up Portuguese nationality. The bad part is that, there are many Goans who are keeping Indian citizenship as well. Various police officers, and bureaucrats in Goa possess Portuguese citizenship as well. Technically, Brexit hasn't had much of an effect to dissuade Goans from changing their citizenship. So, it's like roughly about three to five people everyday take up Portuguese nationality who are from Goa.
Raju
Thu, 5 Dec 2019 13:30 EST
Natalie
You maybe a genuine case, but CRC has experienced fraud cases before and therefore has set up a block in the interval between the DOB and the registration date.

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