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Topic : PIO card

sud s.
8/6/2009
Member of SeattleIndian.com
City: bellevue
Please reply only if you have a direct experience of obtaining PIO card (i have done enough web searches).My two questions are:1) If I am sending the original US passport of my son, do I need to send the apostilled and notarized copy of the US passport also.2) The san francisco consulate says it needs the apostilled copy of the us passport. How to obtain the apostilled copy in seattle. Will the consulate if we send the notarized copy without sending the apostilled copy.

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Inventian I.
9/19/2009
Member of SFIndian.com
City: Sunnyvale
Hi,I am trying to apply PIO card for my daughter, at Indian consulate SFO, using the form downloaded from http://www.cgisf.org/visa/piocard.pdfDo the parents signature need to be notarized, even if we are going in person to apply?According to page 2 in the form:"Declaration of Parents for applying for minors (upto 18 years) - to be signedBy both parents duly notarized"I have checked with several of my friends and none of them had to notarize their signatures. Has anything changed recently? If any of you have applied recently in person, please advise.Thanks!



Anju R.
8/15/2009
Member of SeattleIndian.com
City: Mukilteo
Yes we received our PIO cards on sending our original passports.



Nidhi D.
8/14/2009
Member of SeattleIndian.com
City: Redmond
Hi,I forwarded original passport of my son and did not send any notorized or apostalized or whatever copies. If you send orignal you do not need to get them notarized. I basically sent orignal passport for my son and my husband and my orignal indian passports. I also sent our birth certificates (notarized). Hope that helps:)



H P.
8/8/2009
Member of SeattleIndian.com
City: Sammamish
I guess the word "apostilled" is same as "notarized copy". If that is the case then, for you to get nortarized copies here is 2 options:1. Contact Pradeep Gupta in Bellevue pradeepkgupta###### - Login To See Contact Information


 
 
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