Indian Passport Renunciation
Indian passport holders are required to surrender their passports to the Indian Embassy/Consulates on acquisition of foreign citizenship. On surrender of the Indian passport, the applicant will be issued a surrender certificate/renunciation certificate and the Indian passport will be cancelled and returned to the applicant.
If the most recent Indian passport is retained for more than 3 years after acquisition of citizenship of another country, a penalty of $250.00 will be automatically calculated as a part of the Order Form except where the most recent Indian passport expired before January 1, 2005 or where the most recent Indian passport shows a ‘Cancelled’ stamp. In addition, a penalty of $250.00 will be charged for each case of misuse of the Indian passport for travel at any time after of acquisition of citizenship of another country subject to a maximum penalty of $1250.00.If you have acquired another country’s citizenship, it is highly recommended that you surrender or renunciate your Indian passport at the soonest possible.
We offer quick, efficient and reliable renunciation services for the following service categories:
- Renunciation for citizen Naturalized BEFORE 1st June, 2010 – only with Indian Passport
- Renunciation for citizen Naturalized ON OR AFTER 1st June, 2010 – only with Indian Passport
- Renunciation for citizen Naturalized 10 Years BACK – without Indian Passport