Q.1104 Visa for child born in India to Indian father & Brazilian mother

Question: Hello, I would like to know how to proceed when a foreigner has a child in India of Indian father and Brazilian mother, but the mother does not have the permanent visa? Answer: According to Citizenship rules a person born in India after December 3, 2004 is considered a citizen of India by birth if: Both the parents are citizens of India Or One parent is a citizen of India and the other parent is in India in a legal capacity. (Having valid visa) Where father is an Indian citizen and the mother is not, then the option for the mother to get a permanent visa would be to apply for registration as an overseas citizen of India (OCI) The child born in India to a Brazilian parent may also have the option to claim Brazilian citizenship. If this is something that may be of interest, then the parent should register the birth at any Brazilian consular office. Foreigner Regional Registration Office [FRRO] in India can be contacted for advice as to the best way to proceed or seek guidance from an immigration lawyer.
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Q.1104 Visa for child born in

India to Indian father & Brazilian

mother

Question: Hello, I would like to know how to proceed when a foreigner has a child in India of Indian father and Brazilian mother, but the mother does not have the permanent visa? Answer: According to Citizenship rules a person born in India after December 3, 2004 is considered a citizen of India by birth if: Both the parents are citizens of India Or One parent is a citizen of India and the other parent is in India in a legal capacity. (Having valid visa) Where father is an Indian citizen and the mother is not, then the option for the mother to get a permanent visa would be to apply for registration as an overseas citizen of India (OCI) The child born in India to a Brazilian parent may also have the option to claim Brazilian citizenship. If this is something that may be of interest, then the parent should register the birth at any Brazilian consular office. Foreigner Regional Registration Office [FRRO] in India can be contacted for advice as to the best way to proceed or seek guidance from an immigration lawyer.
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