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Карма 20
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28.05.2005
Я не собираюсь его получать мне просто интересно...возможно ли это??? В Таиланде,например это сделать невозможно,а в Индии?
Moony м
Карма 4909
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28.05.2005
Получить индийское гражданство возможно, но сложно. У меня есть несколько знакомых, которые либо получили, либо находятся в процессе.

Первый вариант - по браку. Для этого вам потребуется долгая возня с документами, но у меня есть знакомая, которая уже близка к концу сего процесса.

Второй вариант - по религии. Если вы прожили много лет в Индии (не менее 10 лет) по духовной части, при этом отлучаясь из Индии ненадолго, то вы тоже можете подать на гражданство. Вам придется сдать экзамен на знание хинди, пройти кучу бюрократических препонов, но шансы есть.
Карма 20
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29.05.2005
да уж...... не слабо,но в отличии от Тая хоть варианты есть
Карма 0
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10.06.2005
Приветствую!
Есть ещё один интересный вариант... Это Ауровиль... ;-)))
насколько я слышала, если приезжаешь туда жить, то Ауровиль хлопочет перед правительством Индии о предоставлении тебе вида на жительство... это конечно не совсем гражданство, но уже кое-что... )))
правда тут есть и "подводные камни": чтобы поиметь статус ауровильца нужно для начала два-три года побыть ньюхамером и в течении этого срока не должен покидать пределы Ауровиля... а иначе придёться заново всё начинать... зато потом, когда присваивают статус ауровильца, можно ехать и жить где угодно, имея в Индии вид на жительство.... Эта информация у меня официально не проверенная, так что за точность не ручаюсь.... услышала про это, когда прошлой осенью заезжала в Ауровиль на недельку...
Карма 13
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10.06.2005
Ну, Ауровиль подойдет только тем кто действительно интересуется тем что там присходит. Те, кто приедут туда только ради визы уж очень врядли ее получат
Карма 16
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8.03.2007
Foreigners Division

Acquisition of Indian Citizenship (IC)



Indian citizenship can be acquired by birth, descent, registration and naturalization. The conditions and procedure for acquisition of Indian citizenship as per the provision of the Citizenship Act, 1955 are given below:



(1) By Birth (Section 3)



(i) A person born in India on or after 26th January 1950 but before 1st July, 1987 is citizen of India by birth irrespective of the nationality of his parents.



(ii) A person born in India on or after 1st July,1987 but before 3rd December, 2004 is considered citizen of India by birth if either of his parents is a citizen of India at the time of his birth.



(iii) A person born in India on or after 3rd December, 2004 is considered citizen of India by birth if both the parents are citizens of India or one of the parents is a citizen of India and the other is not an illegal migrant at the time of his birth.



An "illegal migrant" as defined in section 2(1)(b) of the Act is a foreigner who entered India

(i) without a valid passport or other prescribed travel documents : or

(ii) with a valid passport or other prescribed travel documents but remains in India beyond the permitted period of time.



(2) By Descent (Section 4)



(i) A person born outside India on or after 26th January 1950 but before 10th December 1992 is a citizen of India by descent, if his father was a citizen of India by birth at the time of his birth. In case the father was a citizen of India by descent only, that person shall not be a citizen of India, unless his birth is registered at an Indian Consulate within one year from the date of birth or with the permission of the Central Government, after the expiry of the said period.



(ii) A person born outside India on or after 10th December 1992 but before 3rd December, 2004, is considered as a citizen of India if either of his parents was a citizen of India by birth at the time of his birth. In case either of the parents was a citizen of India by descent, that person shall not be a citizen of India, unless his birth is registered at an Indian Consulate within one year from the date of birth or with the permission of the Central Government, after the expiry of the said period.



(iii) A person born outside India on or after 3rd Decmber, 2004 shall not be a citizen of India, unless the parents declare that the minor does not hold passport of another country and his birth is registered at an Indian consulate within one year of the date of birth or with the permission of the Central Government, after the expiry of the said period.



Procedure



Application for registration of the birth of a minor child to an Indian consulate under Section 4(1) shall be made in Form-I and shall be accompanied by an undertaking in writing from the parents of such minor child that he does not hold the passport of another country.



(3) By Registration (Section 5(1))



Indian Citizenship by registration can be acquired (not illegal migrant) by: -



(a) Persons of Indian origin who are ordinarily resident in India for SEVEN YEARS before making application under section 5(1)(a) (throughout the period of twelve months immediately before making application and for SIX YEARS in the aggregate in the EIGHT YEARS preceding the twelve months). Application shall be made in Form I.

(b) Persons of Indian origin who are ordinarily resident in any country or place outside undivided India under section 5(1)(b).

© Persons who are married to a citizen of India and who are ordinarily resident in India for SEVEN YEARS (as mentioned at (a) above) before making application under section 5(1)(c). Application shall be made in Form-II.

(d) Minor children whose both parents are Indian citizens under section 5(1)(d). Application shall be made by his parents in Form-III.

(e) Persons of full age whose both parents are registered as citizens of India under section 5(1)(a) or section 6(1) can acquire Indian citizenship under section 5(1)(e). Application shall be made in Form III-A.

(f) Persons of full age who or either of the parents were earlier citizen of Independent India and residing in India for ONE YEAR immediately before making application under section 5(1)(f). Application shall be made in Form III- B.

(g) Persons of full age and capacity who has been registered as an OVERSEAS CITIZEN OF INDIA (OCI) for five years and residing in India for ONE YEAR before making application under section 5(1)(g). Application shall be made in Form III-C.



Clarification: A person shall be deemed to be a Person of Indian origin if he, or either of his parents, was born in undivided India or in such other territory which became part of India after the 15th day of August, 1947.



(4) By Registration (Section 5(4))



Any minor child can be registered as a citizen of India under Section 5(4), if the Central Government is satisfied that there are "special circumstances" justifying such registration. Each case would be considered on merits. Application shall be made in Form-IV.



Procedure



Application in relevant Form for grant of Indian citizenship by registration under section 5 has to be submitted to the Collector/District Magistrate of the area where the applicant is resident. The application has to be accompanied by all the documents and fees payments as mentioned in the relevant Forms. It is very important that applications are complete in all respects otherwise valuable time of the applicant would be lost in making good the deficiencies after they were detected. The application along with a report on the eligibility and suitability of the applicant is to be sent by the Collector/District Magistrate to the concerned State Government/UT Administration within 60 days. Thereafter, the State Govt./UT Administration shall forward the application to the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Government of India within 30 days.



Each application is examined in MHA in terms of the eligibility criteria under the Citizenship Act, 1955 and the Citizenship Rules, 1956. If the applicant is not fulfilling the eligibility criteria, communication to this extent would be sent through the State Govts./UT Administration. Any deficiency in the application would be brought to the notice of the applicant through the State Govt./ UT Administration. The applicant, thereafter, has to make good the deficiency through the State Govts./UT Administration. No correspondence would be made directly with the applicant. However, a copy of the correspondence through the State Govts./UT Administration would be marked to the applicant. Each applicant whose case is found to be eligible after scrutiny of application is informed about the acceptance of his application through the State Government. The applicant should not renounce his foreign citizenship till the citizenship application is accepted and informed of the decision. The applicant is then required to furnish through the State Government, a certificate of the renunciation of his foreign citizenship issued by the mission of the concerned country, proof of fee payment as per SCHEDULE IV of the Act, and personal particulars in Form-V. Thereafter, a certificate of Indian citizenship is issued to the applicant through the State Government.



(5) By Naturalisation (Section 6)



Citizenship of India by naturalization can be acquired by a foreigner (not illegal migrant) who is ordinarily resident in India for TWELVE YEARS (throughout the period of twelve months immediately preceding the date of application and for ELEVEN YEARS in the aggregate in the FOURTEEN YEARS preceding the twelve months) and other qualifications as specified in Third Schedule to the Act. Application shall be made in Form-XII.



Procedure is the same as for Registration
Perez м
Карма 541
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27.03.2007
Ну, Ауровиль подойдет только тем кто действительно интересуется тем что там присходит.- я извиняюсь за темноту,

и прошу прощения, что не в тему а где это (ненагуглил) и что там особенного.??
Moony м
Карма 4909
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27.03.2007
Perez:
я извиняюсь за темноту,

и прошу прощения, что не в тему а где это (ненагуглил) и что там особенного.??

Заведи отдельную тему, если интересует. Или ищи по форуму по слову "Ауровиль" или "Ауровилль".
Perez м
Карма 541
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27.03.2007
извиняюсь, всё понял, а то гуглили на латинице..
Карма 80
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5.04.2007
Здравствуйте! Я собираюсь поехать в индию и желательно надолго. Отец мой - индус, но у меня русское гражданство, так я родился в Москве. Я зарегистрировался на этом форуме (отличный ресурс!), чтобы побольше узнать о документах и бюрократических подводных камнях в получении визы, но теперь вижу, что у меня есть шанс даже получить гражданство, однако я не смог точно перевести этот абзац:

i) A person born outside India on or after 26th January 1950 but before 10th December 1992 is a citizen of India by descent, if his father was a citizen of India by birth at the time of his birth. In case the father was a citizen of India by descent only, that person shall not be a citizen of India, unless his birth is registered at an Indian Consulate within one year from the date of birth or with the permission of the Central Government, after the expiry of the said period.

Пожалуйста, помогите в переводе, а еще лучше расскажите как это работает.

Могу ли я иметь двойное гражданство? Если нет, то отпустят ли меня из России (мне 21 год, я ограниченно годен к службе в армии).

Заранее спасибо всем откликнувшимся!
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