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AddressParwati - houses Nr. 38/39
Father Agnelo Road
Altinho/Panjim
Goa 403001
India
Phonelocal: (0832) 242.1524
international: +91.832.242.1524
Faxlocal: (0832) 242.1522
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deepak ramji
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 06:28 EST
thx Mr.ray
Ray - Deepak
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 04:33 EST
I must say be careful which 'Agents' you ask information from, most of them just think they are agents just because they know few requirements!

Coming to your question YES, you can apply without a doubt.You will need your mother's Birth and Marriage certificate that was issued to your mother from Lisbon, and you need to attach your birth certificate, along with the application, make sure you translate your birth certificate to Portuguese, and get it notarized and attested from your state, and you also need to get it stamped from either Portuguese consulate Goa, or apostle MEA Delhi!
deepak ramji
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 23:53 EST
plz some buddy help me
deepak ramji
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 10:35 EST
hi sir my name is deepak
sir my mother is register in Portugal and also marriage register done in Lisbon.now I want to do my birth register but my birth in 1959 in bombay and my agent says u can't register your birth in Portugal coz u r born in bombay.but sir my question is my mother is 1st case of Portugal on that base can I do my.?? plz sir let me know as well as soon let's me know it's possible or not? I am waiting for your reply thanks
regards
deepak ramji
Ray - Fernandes
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 04:19 EST
You will need to cancel you name from the Voters list, contact your nearest voting assembly, you can keep you PAN card thats not a problem.

You will need to surrender your Indian Passport visit the FFRO in your state. There is a process you need to follow first you need to apply for a Indian tourist visa,which they will stamp on your Portuguese passport, then once you get that you will have to surrender your Indian passport, then they will issue you with a surrender certificate. The last step is to apply for OCI that's a stamp on your Portuguese passport that will allow you to stay in India life long and you can enter India as much as you like, and even own property and even a job.

If your still confused, contact Thomas on 7769961978.
Mrs Fernandes
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 02:13 EST
Got my Portugese Passport, what next
Hi,
I reside in Mumbai and got my portugese passport from the Portugese embassy in Goa. Do i need to cancel my Indian documentation (passport, pan card, etc.) and leave India within 3 months of getting my portugese passport?
What documents will i be asked by Indian Immigration at the Mumbai airport when i exit from India.
PLEASE HELP. TOTALLY CONFUSED.
Thanks & Regards
Mrs Fernandes
Ray - Anthony Fernandes
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 01:35 EST
Well as I said if your in India you might as well surrender it there, because if you surrender it overseas there might be a penalty fee, for later surrender!
Ray - Chester
Mon, 24 Nov 2014 03:20 EST
Well you can but you also need a resident certificate from the church and from the panchayat mentioning that you father was a resident of Goa, during 1974-1975. Also get your grandfathers marriage certificate as the central registry is asking for grandparents marriage certificate as well,if you dont have original copy get a photo copy. Remember all docs need to be translated in Portuguese and need to be attested and notarized,in Goa. Call Thomas he is based in Goa he will guide you through this 7769961978.
Ray - Anthony Fernandes
Mon, 24 Nov 2014 03:14 EST
Please contact Thomas he is based in Goa, he will explain the process, his number is as follows: 7769961978.
Ray - Delano
Mon, 24 Nov 2014 03:11 EST
Send an email to crcentrais@dgrn.mj.pt, mention the date of application made, name, date of birth, and country of birth. They will respond back with a file number!

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