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I. Voting rights for Indian Nationals

  • The Representation of People (Amendment) Act 2010 which seeks to amend the Representation of People Act, 1950 was enacted on 22nd September, 2010.
  • Thereafter the Registration of Elector Rules, 1960 were amended by the Registration of Electors (Amendment) Rules, 2011 on 3rd February, 9th February and 23rd February, 2011 to give voting rights to overseas Indian electors.
  • All applicants may send their self-attested documents to the concerned Electoral Registration Officers.
  • The identification of overseas electors at the time of casting their votes at the polling stations shall be done on the basis of their original passports.
  • The overseas electors have to fill a Form 6A for registering themselves for voting in India.  Form 6A is available on the website of the Election Commission of India (eci.nic.in).
  • Form 6A may be sent by post to the concerned Electoral Registration Officers (EROs) of the concerned constituency in which they are to be registered as voters, or deposited with EROs in person.
  • The ERO will be the one which corresponds to the Indian address as mentioned in the passport of the overseas electors. 
  • The details and particulars of EROs are available on the website of the Election Commission of India (eci.nic.in).
  • The documents required are the relevant pages of the passport containing name, date of birth, place of birth, father’s name, place of residence in India, passport details and details of the visa.
  • After enrolment, overseas electors will be able to cast their vote in elections in their constituency, if they are physically present in the polling station along with their original passport on the day of the poll.

II. Registration of Indian Nationals :- (For those Indian Nationals who are resident in Nepal)

1.     Two recent passport sized photographs

2.     Any one of the following documents as proof of Indian Nationality

o    Passport

o    Voter Card

o    Domicile/Residential Certificate (with photograph)

o    Caste Certificate. (with photograph)

3.     Proof of Occupation/Residence in Nepal.
Occupation : Certificate in company letterhead stating that the individual has been working in the firm and should also mention the period of employment. 
Residence : Certificate from the owner signed with undertaking that, the Indian National has been living in his/her house. Also a photocopy of owner’s citizenship certificate or other document regarding ownership of property will be required along with water/electricity bill in the name of house owner.

4.     Fees: No charge for first time.

III.  DUPLICATE REGISTRATION (IN LIEU OF LOST/DAMAGED REGISTRATION) 

1.     Two recent passport sized photographs. 

2.      *Details of earlier registration.

3.      To submit FIR lodged at the local police station 
* The applicant is required to furnish details of the earlier Registration certificate as far as possible. If he does not know, the earlier Registration number, he will be issued a new certificate with new number, after paying the fees as admissible, for a new certificate. 

4.      Current documents as indicated in PART II above (Registration of Indian Nationals)

5.     Fees : NRs. 1,020/-

IV.  BIRTH REGISTRATION :  
1) Two recent passport sized photographs
2) Birth Certificate issued by local hospital authorities.
3) Registration/proof of the parents being an Indian National.
4) Fees :  NRs.1,820/-

 V.   DEATH REGISTRATION
1) Proof of deceased being an Indian National.
2) Papers issued by the hospital authorities, if the person has died in the hospital. If, the death is unnatural, the paper issued by the local police authorities is mandatory.
3) Papers related to cremation (if cremation has taken place in Nepal).
4) Fees:  NRs.24/-

VI.  MARRIAGE REGISTRATION 
1) Two recent passport sized photographs. 
2) Copy of notice to be published in the National Daily, one in Nepal and one in India (the place of domicile of the applicant) stating that notice has been given for registration of marriage at the Embassy.
3) Proof of nationality of bride and groom. One of them should be an Indian national. 
4) Three witnesses (one Nepali & two Indian or vice versa). They have to submit papers pertaining to their nationalities and have to come in person to sign the witness papers.
5) Photograph of their marriage and invitation card of marriage. 
6) The marriage is registered only after one month from date of publication of notice in the newspapers.
7) Fees : NRs. 4,120/-

*  MARRIAGE REGISTRATION WILL BE CONSIDERED ONLY FOR MARRIAGES PERFORMED IN NEPAL.

VII.  ATTESTATION

1) One recent passport sized photograph. 
2) Recommendation Letter issued by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Nepal for Nepalese Nationals. 
3) If attestation is for the Indian National, we require proof of Indian nationality.

4) If the document is issued by Nepali institution, it should be endorsed by the concerned ministry. 
5) Fees: NRs. 1,020/- EACH FACE OF THE DOCUMENT. 

VIII.  IDS TO TRAVEL BY AIR BETWEEN NEPAL & INDIA 

(AADHAAR / PAN CARD ARE NOT VALID FOR TRAVEL BETWEEN INDIA AND NEPAL)

1) Two recent passport sized photographs. 
2) Proof of Indian Nationality along with photocopy of document submitted. (PPT/Voter card/Domicile certificate/ birth certificate in case of minor, etc) 
3) Fees: NRs. 1,020/- 

IX.  NOC FOR REGISTRATION OF VEHICLE IN NEPAL BY INDIAN NATIONALS

1) Two recent passport size photographs.
2) Copy of Embassy Registration.
3) Receipt & Invoice / Proof of purchase of vehicle.

In case of used vehicle, a letter from seller, his identity and copy of blue book 
4) No Fee

X.  POLICE CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE FOR INDIAN NATIONALS.

1) Request Application.

2) Two recent passport size photographs.
3) Photocopy of Indian Embassy Registration Certificate/Proof of Stay in Nepal. 
4) Copy of Passport. 
5) Copy of sponsorship letter.
6) Fees: NRs. 2,420/-

XI.  POLICE CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE FOR NEPALI NATIONALS.

1)Request Application

2)Two recent passport size photographs.
3) Photocopies of relevant Certificates / testimonials supporting period (dates) of stay / study in India. 
4) Copy of Passport.
5) Copy of National Citizenship Certificate. 
6) Recommendation letter from Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
7) Copy of sponsorship letter relevant to the Visa applied for / other supporting documents.
8) Fees: NRs. 2,420/-

SPECIAL ADVISORY

1.     INDIAN CITIZENS TRAVELLING BETWEEN INDIA AND NEPAL ARE REQUIRED TO CARRY EITHER VALID INDIAN PASSPORT OR IDENTITY CARD ISSUED BY ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA.

AADHAAR / PAN CARD ARE NOT VALID FOR TRAVEL BETWEEN INDIA AND NEPAL

PASSPORT INDIA PRESS NOTE

PASSPORT INDIA SLIDES