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Old 2nd January 2013, 09:54 AM
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Old one is still operating though. My mom submitted her passport application today morning.
As of recent which is 29th Dec, 2012 S B Road passport office does not accept PCC application. You have to only go to PSK, Mundwa , Pune

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PCC received from Commissioner office with a notification not valid for tourist visa. Now where in the world does anybody apply PCC for tourist visa? Has anybody got a PCC with a notification not valid for tourist visa.

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PCC received from Commissioner office with a notification not valid for tourist visa. Now where in the world does anybody apply PCC for tourist visa? Has anybody got a PCC with a notification not valid for tourist visa.
You got the PCC. That's fantabulous news
All the best for the rest of the journey.

To your question, haven't come across anything like that.

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As of recent which is 29th Dec, 2012 S B Road passport office does not accept PCC application. You have to only go to PSK, Mundwa , Pune

Hi, So, can we approach the PSK directly or is there need for any appointment for PCC?

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Hi, So, can we approach the PSK directly or is there need for any appointment for PCC?
login to passportindia.gov.in and create an application for PCC (you may need to create login id if not done earlier). print that out and visit PSK Mundwa the next day without an appointment. If your passport is issued from Pune, they will give the PCC in 1-2 days otherwise, it will take 3-4 weeks depending how you chase the Police guys.

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login to passportindia.gov.in and create an application for PCC (you may need to create login id if not done earlier). print that out and visit PSK Mundwa the next day without an appointment. If your passport is issued from Pune, they will give the PCC in 1-2 days otherwise, it will take 3-4 weeks depending how you chase the Police guys.

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PCC received from Commissioner office with a notification not valid for tourist visa. Now where in the world does anybody apply PCC for tourist visa? Has anybody got a PCC with a notification not valid for tourist visa.
Congrats Rachna, this is great news

I visited the PSK yeasterday, my PCC application has been accepted and they said that I need to go to the police station after 10 days for verification and later after few days go back to PSK and collect the PCC.

So lets hope for the best.

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Hi sunny,

Sorry for being late.

1) I had applied for my wife's pcc in first week on november and still waiting for it. Commissioner's office has dispatched the clearance report to RPO in second week of december but no news from RPO regarding it.

2) They won't keep your passport

3) Not sure about whether rent agreement will work or not? as I have the Pune address in my passport so didn't face this issue.

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Hello Trushilshah,

I and my husband both do not have Pune address on our Passport but we are working in Pune from last 1 and half year. We need to get PCC from here so just have few questions:

(1) Could you please tell me how long did it take for your wife's PCC since she had Ahmedabad address and needed police verification in Pune?
(2) Did you have to leave your wife's passport with them?
(3) Also we have proof for current address as our rent agreement only for past 1 and half year is that enough?

Please do let me know the whole process you went through since I am quite worried about this whole PCC thing.

Thanks a lot in advance.

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Hi sunny,

Sorry for being late.

1) I had applied for my wife's pcc in first week on november and still waiting for it. Commissioner's office has dispatched the clearance report to RPO in second week of december but no news from RPO regarding it.

2) They won't keep your passport

3) Not sure about whether rent agreement will work or not? as I have the Pune address in my passport so didn't face this issue.
No worries & thanks for the reply.

You are right the 1st time around I went with my rent agreement but it did not work so I got my bank statement & my application has been accepted.

Sorry to hear about your wife's PCC, I really hope you get it soon.

From what I have read so far in this forum I think I will have to chase the police guys & hope that it will help me get it soon.

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Guys, I had applied for my spouse's PCC on 23/11. Ploice verification was done mid december and they had told me that they will send it to the commisioner office in 2 days.
I'm still waiting. In the meantime, when we called the customer care, they said that its with RPO.

The status still shows the same thing which was shown on the date of application. Can you guys suggest from your exp as to what can be done?

If we should follow up, then at this stage with whom would that be? Commisioner office/RPO?

Any clue will help!

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