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Old November 10th, 2010, 12:58 PM
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Premiji ... I will go with KKKK on this. Bring few photos, fill up the forms and present your current passport. There is no reason why they need to ask for your former passports.

they wont ask me wheather I sold my indian passport with tons of visas on it to some gujju guy in Rs. 45 lacs ... no
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Old November 10th, 2010, 12:59 PM
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if you want to apply for visitor visa on your american (or any other country's) passport, why should your Indian passport be asked? I am not sure why they will ask your old passport.
other countries no problem, but I think they ask to people who want to take indian visa and their birthplace is india in new passport.

nobody went to india after getting their new passport or what
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other countries no problem, but I think they ask to people who want to take indian visa and their birthplace is india in new passport.

nobody went to india after getting their new passport or what
I read at some blog site. You surrender existing passport when applying for citizenship of new adopted country. You surrender if to country of adoption and not to Indian embassy. Thats it and end of it and the way it used to be. You must have some old expired passports ... make copy of first few pages ... just in case if they ask. You have many hobbies but keeping old expired passports is not one ... tell them.
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Re: Cancellation of Indian Passport

http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indian-c...r-certificate/

Sounds like you just need to get a surrender certificate. It'll cost you $20 in processing fees.
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I read at some blog site. You surrender existing passport when applying for citizenship of new adopted country. You surrender if to country of adoption and not to Indian embassy. Thats it and end of it and the way it used to be. You must have some old expired passports ... make copy of first few pages ... just in case if they ask. You have many hobbies but keeping old expired passports is not one ... tell them.

no they ask you to surrender ur alien card ( green card ) before you become citizen. they dont worry about ur old passport (expired or not)
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http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indian-c...r-certificate/

Sounds like you just need to get a surrender certificate. It'll cost you $20 in processing fees.
thanks chills

I think this is the page I was looking for.. http://www.immihelp.com/nri/indian-c...e-new-york.pdf

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