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Travelling booked but OCI address old can travel...?

Post by Smkuk » Thu Jun 07, 2018 9:53 pm

Hi gurus,

We all are flying soon to india, on british passport with OCI card for all.
but one thing i realise just now that one of my OCI address is previous adddess. not the current address.
what should i do. if i inform Indian mission to change it will take long and i will miss this trip which cost me a lot. £4k. please advice me if i travel and there will be any issue if they ask my previous address.
please mention gurus am eagerly waiting. dont know what to do..

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Re: Travelling booked but OCI address old can travel...?

Post by takdeerwala » Fri Jun 08, 2018 2:25 pm

Smkuk wrote:
Thu Jun 07, 2018 9:53 pm
Hi gurus,

We all are flying soon to india, on british passport with OCI card for all.
but one thing i realise just now that one of my OCI address is previous adddess. not the current address.
what should i do. if i inform Indian mission to change it will take long and i will miss this trip which cost me a lot. £4k. please advice me if i travel and there will be any issue if they ask my previous address.
please mention gurus am eagerly waiting. dont know what to do..
Who will ask your British address? As long as both OCI and British Passport are valid, there should be no problem. British Passport do not contain address, so I think there is no such rule that both address needs to be matched. Your landing card needs Indian Address which your family should have and it will be same for everyone. There is no such rule that all family members should have same address- sometimes people are student/workers.

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Re: Travelling booked but OCI address old can travel...?

Post by Smkuk » Mon Jun 11, 2018 12:27 pm

thanks for your reply.

sorry my question is that.
My OCI card has previous address on it. and currently I live in different address.
should I have to inform high commission india for address change or not necessary.
if I travel to india and address not changed will it be big issue.
and can i travel without informing india high commission.

please reply.

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Re: Travelling booked but OCI address old can travel...?

Post by crowbar6 » Thu Jun 14, 2018 1:33 am

No need to inform, or get your OCI card changed.
Regards,
crowbar6

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Re: Travelling booked but OCI address old can travel...?

Post by takdeerwala » Fri Jun 15, 2018 9:35 am

No need to inform as nobody is asking your new address. Your old address was correct at the time you applied for OCI card. Travel with no tension.

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Re: Travelling booked but OCI address old can travel...?

Post by manishgupta1111 » Sun Mar 03, 2019 11:57 pm

Hi @smkuk,

I need to contact you to learn from your experience of applying for biritish citizenship for child using mn1 via India.

I'm unable to send you any message directly via forum. Can you reply to this post the best way to contact you.

-MG

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Re: Travelling booked but OCI address old can travel...?

Post by CR001 » Mon Mar 04, 2019 8:07 am

manishgupta1111 wrote:
Sun Mar 03, 2019 11:57 pm
Hi @smkuk,

I need to contact you to learn from your experience of applying for biritish citizenship for child using mn1 via India.

I'm unable to send you any message directly via forum. Can you reply to this post the best way to contact you.

-MG
Members are not permitted to post any form of contact information on the forum.

Please start your own topic on MN1 in the British citizenship sub forum explaining your child's circumstances.
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