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Father Agnelo Road
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Ray - Dsouza
Mon, 18 Aug 2014 08:31 EDT
Get it done from Goa it will work out cheaper for you...

On the day you collect your BI you can apply for your passport the very same day! Its better to apply for it and keep. With the Indian system you will always end up paying money to someone I would be surprised even if you paid the fine, as they are always money hungry.
Mon, 18 Aug 2014 07:44 EDT
Once we receive the BI , is it necessary to apply for the Portuguese Passport immediately ????

How long we can wait to apply for the passport?

I know everyone wants to do their process fast so my question here may seem to be a bit odd.

im asking because i heard that some people had to pay some fines (penalty ). So needed to clarrify if anyone knows the timeframe between BI & passport .
Mon, 18 Aug 2014 07:25 EDT
Collect BI & Portuguese Passport
Hi Mr. Ray,

My Birth has been registered , Whats the next step to apply for BI & the Portuguese Passport.

Im a Goan and currently working in Kuwait. Do i have to go to the Portuguese Consulate in Goa ? or is it easier if i go to Lisbon.

please advise.
Macky D'souza
Mon, 18 Aug 2014 00:10 EDT
Lisa are you doing it through any agent?
Sat, 16 Aug 2014 04:38 EDT
Info needed in regards to Birth Registration submitted in Lisbon before 1961.
Dear Bloggers,

I would like to know if anyone has relevant information on a birth registration case where the file was sent directly to Lisbon and submitted all relevant documents for birth registration before 1961, but could not find the so called OLD DOCUMENT, which I guess is not compulsory !

Its been 9 months and still I have not heard from them as of yet in spite of constant emails and letters sent to them, does any one know any good lawyer in lisbon who can speed up my case?

Your help would be appreciated !!!

Thanks in Advance!
Ray - Heena
Sat, 16 Aug 2014 04:32 EDT
Contact Thomas Pereira he will guide you through the process, his number is as follows 7798679366. Good Luck!
Ray - Leo
Sat, 16 Aug 2014 04:30 EDT
Well it doesn't matter if she is a minor the process of registering her birth remains the same, well if you or your wife knows how the process works you could do it for her, if you find any difficulty with the process please contact Thomas Periera his number will be on this forum please read through.
Fri, 15 Aug 2014 23:35 EDT
Minor or Major
Hello Ray,just wanted to clarify,I have my daughter who is 17 years old and i want to register her in Lisbon.So now does she comes under minor category or is she a major now to do all the process?Please advice.
Ray - Avariya
Fri, 15 Aug 2014 11:10 EDT
Get it notarized and attested by the local state and the MEA, Delhi.
Ray - Lisa
Fri, 15 Aug 2014 11:08 EDT
Email your quires to crcentrais@dgrn.mj.pt, with the applicants name DOB and address, they will track your application and give you a response in due course.

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