OCI Application - Soon no requirement to mail documents . . .

OCI application process getting easier . . .

OCI applicants currently fill an application online and then print application to submit a hard copy along with their documents to the Indian Mission or FRRO depending on the place they reside. Things may perhaps be changing in the future. There is a possibility of the entire OCI process going online in the near future and thereby eliminating the requirement to submit a hard copy of application and other documents to the Indian Mission/Post/FRRO. Instead of submitting one application online and mailing another application along with required documents separately. Applicants will be able to do everything online from the comfort of their home. No mailing charges and worries about delayed or lost applications.

Once the full OCI online procedure is implemented:

1. The submission of the entire OCI application, required documents and payment of the applicable fee will be done online. 2. No hard-copy of the application or documents will have to be submitted by mail. All required documents can be self-attested and uploaded. 3. Once approved, the applicants will have to approach the concerned Indian Consulate/Mission or FRRO to collect their OCI card. 4. When they go to collect their OCI cards they will have to carry with them their valid original passport as well as originals of all documents that they uploaded at the time they applied so that their documents can be verified.               Stay tuned for updates on this topic!
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OCI Application - Soon no

requirement to mail

documents . . .

OCI application process

getting easier . . .

OCI applicants currently fill an application online and then print application to submit a hard copy along with their documents to the Indian Mission or FRRO depending on the place they reside. Things may perhaps be changing in the future. There is a possibility of the entire OCI process going online in the near future and thereby eliminating the requirement to submit a hard copy of application and other documents to the Indian Mission/Post/FRRO. Instead of submitting one application online and mailing another application along with required documents separately. Applicants will be able to do everything online from the comfort of their home. No mailing charges and worries about delayed or lost applications.

Once the full OCI online procedure

is implemented:

1. The submission of the entire OCI application, required documents and payment of the applicable fee will be done online. 2. No hard-copy of the application or documents will have to be submitted by mail. All required documents can be self-attested and uploaded. 3. Once approved, the applicants will have to approach the concerned Indian Consulate/Mission or FRRO to collect their OCI card. 4. When they go to collect their OCI cards they will have to carry with them their valid original passport as well as originals of all documents that they uploaded at the time they applied so that their documents can be verified.    Stay tuned for updates on this topic!
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