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Surrender of Indian Passport and Relinquishment of Indian Citizenship



  1. Application in EAP-II form.
  2. Two photos with white background and frontal view (3.5 c. m x 3.5 c. m).
  3. Valid Passport in original, along with previous Indian passports if any, and photocopies of pages first two, last two and pages containing valid visa and other observations.
  4. Valid foreign passport, along with previous foreign passports if any, and photocopies of pages first two, last two and pages containing valid visa and other observations.
  5. Declaration Form prescribed u/s 8 of the Citizenship Act, duly attested by the Embassy of India, Muscat (An Indian citizen with passport and valid visa to accompany the applicant for signing the Declaration Form).
  6. The applicant should come personally or the documents should have been verified by the particular Honorary Consular Agent in Oman authorized by the Embassy.
  7. Penalty will be levied for reasons of possessing Indian passport concurrently with other country’s passport, if any, beyond the permissible period of 3 months. Please note the grace period of three months is reckoned from the date of obtaining nationality/citizenship of another country irrespective of the date of issue of passport from that country. Applicants are advised to complete the forms of changing passport/other Visa related formalities at the earliest possible from the date of issue of such letter of citizenship from that country.

Fee
  1. Surrender certificate of passport R.O. 7.700/-. Indian Community Welfare Fund R.O. 1.000/-.
  2. Relinquishment of Indian citizenship certificate R.O.55.000. Indian Community Welfare Fund R.O. 1.000/-.
  3. No Objection Certificate for applying for citizenship of another country (if required) R.O.7.8000/-. Indian Community Welfare Fund R.O. 1.000/-.
  4. Addition of Grandfather’s name in the passport (if required) R.O. 3.900/-. Indian Community Welfare Fund R.O. 1.000/-.

Time Taken

Five working days.


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Form EAP -II

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