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AddressParwati - houses Nr. 38/39
Father Agnelo Road
Altinho/Panjim
Goa 403001
India
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Shayne - Joanita
Sun, 26 Apr 2015 09:39 EDT
I have been dealing with different cases since 5 years now!And I have registered my own grandparents cases with their baptism certificate only! I dont know where are you are getting all the odd news from!

What good is a non availability certificate to the CRC, that doesn't proof anything, you show what you have simple as that, yes if you show them that you dont have one from the archives then yes definitely they will keep it on hold forever.

My suggestion just submit the baptism certificate!
The rest is your call.
Joanita
Sun, 26 Apr 2015 08:47 EDT
Hello Shayne
Due to non availability of original Birth certificate born in 1965 in Goa, I have heard that the process for birth registration in Portugal takes long long time if only Baptism Certificate/Re-registered birth in Goa/Non availablity certificate provided.
Kindly confirm if anybody has done process with above documents.
Many thanks in advance.
Shayne - francisca rodrigues
Sun, 26 Apr 2015 01:33 EDT
Were you born form the first mother or second, you need the certificate of the mother who gave you birth only!I have to find it or else it not possible applying!
francisca rodrigues
Sat, 25 Apr 2015 04:00 EDT
death certificate
my fathers birth has been registered in portugal. he is married twice after the death of his first wife he married again we have no details of his first wife birth, marraige or death. please advice how do i register my mother marraige
Shayne - jack
Sat, 25 Apr 2015 01:05 EDT
You need to surrender your Indian passport. You can make a application on the Passport Seva website. Then surrender your Voters ID card. Once both of that is done you can apply for a POI card / OCI from the FFRO office in your State.

Once all this is done your free to go !
jack
Fri, 24 Apr 2015 01:22 EDT
After getting Portuguese passport
Can any1 plz tell me,, what are the futher process after I get my Portuguese passport in goa?
Mona
Wed, 22 Apr 2015 08:37 EDT
how long wouls it take?
how long would it take for the whole process,to get a Portuguese passport?
Shayne - Joanita
Wed, 22 Apr 2015 04:02 EDT
You can apply just with your baptism certificate no need to show non availability of birth certificate. If your born n 1965 only baptism certificate is enough!
Joanita
Wed, 22 Apr 2015 03:57 EDT
Can I apply with my Baptism Certificate and Non-Availability Certificate of birth
Hi,
My birth certificate in Goa born in 1965 has been destroyed in the Goa birth registrar archives.
My laywer in Portugal is processing my birth registration.
Can I apply with my baptism certificate,and I have got the Non Availability of birth certificate from Registrar, Margao.
Please advise,
Thanks
Remie -> Dig
Tue, 21 Apr 2015 10:55 EDT
Hey Dig....
Hey Dig....
If you were not able to get the certificate and need professional help....please contact my associate in Goa Mr. Cypriano via email Ppvasco2015@gmail.com or call 8007442436,

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