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Asked on: 9/01/13, 2:05 am

im an indian citizen by birth living in india.. my fiance is bangladeshi citizen born in kuwait n living there by birth. he wants to acquire indian citizenship by marrying me in india is that possible when his parents were not of indian origin.. acquiring citizenship through me is possible? but i see exceptions for a bangladeshi in the indian citizenship act?? also is he eligible for pio card?

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Answered on: 9/01/13, 2:16 am by KAMAL GROVER

Dear Bro,

I can arrange everything so that you may get Marriage Certificate within two or three days in Chandigarh.

About citizenship you have to approach any immigration firm.

Regards

adv.kamal.grover@gmail.com


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Answered on: 9/01/13, 5:38 am by Sudershan Goel

You may apply for citizenship through District Magistrate of your area.


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Sudershan Goel - Advocate Supreme Court of India and Punjab and Haryana High Court New Delhi And Chandigarh, 110001+160

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Answered on: 9/02/13, 2:02 am by KarVai Legal Solutions

You need to get the formalities done through ministry of home affairs, foreigners division and FRRO for her extended visa thereafter apply for the rest.

Adv. Rajiv


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