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AddressParwati - houses Nr. 38/39
Father Agnelo Road
Goa 403001
Phonelocal: (0832) 242.1524
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Shayne - Deni
Fri, 29 Apr 2016 05:21 EDT
Your fathers baptism certificate along with TEOR is required and his residency certificate, also attach your grandparents marriage copy/extract, as its need to process your fathers birth registration!
Fri, 29 Apr 2016 05:12 EDT
Hi,I wanted to apply for my Portuguese passport and am born in 1965 I know have register my dad first but am not getting his birth certificate anywhere,so let me what is the other option instead of birth can I attach his baptism certificate from church along with other documents..plz help
Shayne - Gavin
Fri, 29 Apr 2016 00:26 EDT
Just include your grandparents marriage record from the church or the archives, along with your fathers birth/baptism certificate and residency certificate, thats all you need, to file his papers!
Fri, 29 Apr 2016 00:11 EDT
Faster processing
Hi Shane
I am interested in registering my birth in Portugal. Could you please advise me since, I am registering first my dad who was born before 1961 in Goa . I have hit a roadblock as unable to trace any of his old documents I.e. bilhette or cedula De pesoal or para viagem. I know for sure both my dad n mum travelled together in the month of May 1961 on the same day. Found my mum's para viagem but, strangely so unable to trace my dads.
If I have to then register my grand parents then in that case what would be the documents required for them. Regards, Gavin
Anton - Yardley de Braganca
Thu, 28 Apr 2016 21:03 EDT
Dear Mr. Braganca
Where did they charge you the fine? In the Indian embassy?
Also who asked for the NOC from the Portuguese Consulate? Indian embassy?
Pls can you tell me procedure to surrender Indian passport?
Thanks in advance.
Thu, 28 Apr 2016 19:19 EDT
Re: Submission of Documents process or stages

Thank you kindly, this is exactly what I was looking for.
Thanks once again, much appreciated.
Ronaldo - Yardley De Bragança
Thu, 28 Apr 2016 16:58 EDT
I already mentioned that a person can travel on indian passport within 3 months from the date of your birth registration/naturalisation in a foreign country, but if you have travelled after 3 months, then each travel you are fined is GBP 140/- which is around INR 14000, but will not exceed more then GBP 700/-
Ronaldo - George
Thu, 28 Apr 2016 16:28 EDT
I got to know that they are still handling cases of September 2015
Ronaldo - SX
Thu, 28 Apr 2016 16:23 EDT
Sorry, for the delay in my reply or if i have not replied to anyone. I live in UK and do want to help people. I do reply to my email or whats app messages.
Yardley De Bragança
Thu, 28 Apr 2016 14:18 EDT
Indian Passport Surrender - Dubai
Dear All, Please don't travel on Indian passport once ur birth is registered, the fine is calculated from the date when Ur birth is registered in Lisbon and not when the passport is issued, Paid today fine of dhs 1647, birth was registered in Jan 2015 , travelled once before portuguese passport was issued, also new requirement NOC from portuguese consulate in Abu Dhabi.

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