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One thing about PCC in Hyderabad.

My wife and I were denied PCC because our passports do not have spouse name on them.
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sraza, what did they say specific to this? need to get spouse name added first in passport to apply for PCC? My wife has my name in her passport but I do not have her name in my passport. Do you think its an issue with Hyd PSK?

Also, do u think if myself and my wife can go together at one time to PSK and request for PCC? Not sure, how would this be feasible though becoz of the online appt's and to deal with brokers for appt at PSK.

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PCC and medicals are valid for one year from the date of issue..
So if you take them now and if for some reason these are required at a later stage then the CO will ask you to take them again...

I will strongly suggest you to take the PCC now...
medical is online anyways now and the reports get uploaded in a few days..

the processing time for visas is very fast and in all probability you will get it within an year
Thanks for your reply. Based on what I've read, I will first get my name endorsed on my wife's passport first. I already have her name on my passport.

I didnt understand this though -

"So if you take them now and if for some reason these are required at a later stage then the CO will ask you to take them again..."

Are you saying that even though I have a valid PCC I may still be asked to get one again ?

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Hi;
I was in a similar situation ...i didnt have my wife's name in my passort though she had my name in her passport..
i had to get a new one even though i showed the marriage certificates and other supporting docs..
what you can do is give it a try and go with your existing passport and see what Hyd PSK says..if they give you the PCC then that's fine or else you will need to get a new one..
I have seen posts here where some states do not need the spouse's name in the passport..
give it a try...
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sraza, what did they say specific to this? need to get spouse name added first in passport to apply for PCC? My wife has my name in her passport but I do not have her name in my passport. Do you think its an issue with Hyd PSK?

Also, do u think if myself and my wife can go together at one time to PSK and request for PCC? Not sure, how would this be feasible though becoz of the online appt's and to deal with brokers for appt at PSK.

Thanks,
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sraza, what did they say specific to this? need to get spouse name added first in passport to apply for PCC? My wife has my name in her passport but I do not have her name in my passport. Do you think its an issue with Hyd PSK?

Also, do u think if myself and my wife can go together at one time to PSK and request for PCC? Not sure, how would this be feasible though becoz of the online appt's and to deal with brokers for appt at PSK.

Thanks,
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In my case, both our passports didn't have spouse name. I didn't ask if it was ok if one of the passport had spouse name. Going by how stubborn they were, I don't think it they will agree. You should give it a try as lifeisgood suggested.

Also, note that my wife and I went together. I took appointments for both of us in the same slot.

Regarding appointments, please don't go to any brokers. You need a reasonably good internet connection and try for it at 7.30 pm. You will definitely get appointment. I booked my appointment, and then my wife's appointment one after another and yet I got the 9.30 am slot.

I had uploaded e-form for my son in December but always and delayed it unnecessarily for 3 months because I never tried at the right time of the day. I have so far made two visits to the PSK and I can tell you its simple.

Btw, applied for my 10 month old son's passport last tuesday (Mar 6) and we received it this morning (Mar 14).

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In my case, both our passports didn't have spouse name. I didn't ask if it was ok if one of the passport had spouse name. Going by how stubborn they were, I don't think it they will agree. You should give it a try as lifeisgood suggested.

Also, note that my wife and I went together. I took appointments for both of us in the same slot.

Regarding appointments, please don't go to any brokers. You need a reasonably good internet connection and try for it at 7.30 pm. You will definitely get appointment. I booked my appointment, and then my wife's appointment one after another and yet I got the 9.30 am slot.

I had uploaded e-form for my son in December but always and delayed it unnecessarily for 3 months because I never tried at the right time of the day. I have so far made two visits to the PSK and I can tell you its simple.

Btw, applied for my 10 month old son's passport last tuesday (Mar 6) and we received it this morning (Mar 14).
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Thanks LIG and sraza. I even called the passport cust service yes'day and they said its not needed to have spouse name in the passport as its for individual PCC and nothing to do with the family details. Also, they told that online appt is not needed for PCC's so I'm thinking of using my daughter passport appt time to submit our PCC requests as well. It all luck I guess on what they ask to show as proof n blah blah. I will give a try soon and keep u posted.

sraza, was it a tatkal or normal one for your son?

Thanks,
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Lucky You...
Glad that you do not have to go through this change in passport procedure bcoz it doesnt make sense...
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Thanks LIG and sraza. I even called the passport cust service yes'day and they said its not needed to have spouse name in the passport as its for individual PCC and nothing to do with the family details. Also, they told that online appt is not needed for PCC's so I'm thinking of using my daughter passport appt time to submit our PCC requests as well. It all luck I guess on what they ask to show as proof n blah blah. I will give a try soon and keep u posted.

sraza, was it a tatkal or normal one for your son?

Thanks,
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My son's passport was normal. It came in a week because he didn't need police verification.

One thing about my PCC attempt - they told me that they could give me the PCC but marital status will be mentioned on it and it will be as per my passport i.e single. I checked with them if they can totally omit the marital status and they said no.

After the first person said no, we waited another 20 min to talk to senior officials and they told me the same.

Can you tell me which customer service number you called?

Good luck! Let me know how the PCC thing goes.

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lifeisgood,

Congrats on your visa grant. You signature suggests that a lot of time went waiting for PCC !

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Thanks LIG and sraza. I even called the passport cust service yes'day and they said its not needed to have spouse name in the passport as its for individual PCC and nothing to do with the family details. Also, they told that online appt is not needed for PCC's so I'm thinking of using my daughter passport appt time to submit our PCC requests as well. It all luck I guess on what they ask to show as proof n blah blah. I will give a try soon and keep u posted.

sraza, was it a tatkal or normal one for your son?

Thanks,
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First of all don't believe the PSK associates speaking o phone. They are just recorded answering machine types...they will just help you with the process and doubts in general but at last the final decision will be taken by the respective PSK officials only. So if customer service folks say it is not needed it may not hold good.

and on the online appt, you have to take it else you will not be even allowed inside the office without an appt letter. its free of cost and it doesn't harm to get one. there is no logic behind appt not needed because you will be in same queue along with passport applicants and so how do they prioritize your app then?

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My son's passport was normal. It came in a week because he didn't need police verification.

One thing about my PCC attempt - they told me that they could give me the PCC but marital status will be mentioned on it and it will be as per my passport i.e single. I checked with them if they can totally omit the marital status and they said no.

After the first person said no, we waited another 20 min to talk to senior officials and they told me the same.

Can you tell me which customer service number you called?

Good luck! Let me know how the PCC thing goes.
the pcc I got just says as in below link and there is no mention of marital status in it. I thought it is the same format all over India. Not sure why wuld HYD PSK mentions marital status in it...the process is not unique across states

How to get police clearance certificate in India?

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