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You go the PSK which is nearest to you
They will send your papers to the police station of your original address and get a clearance and send you the same by courier

You will sadly not get the pcc immediately as would have happened if both addresses were same

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Do you know how long it will take to get the pcc in that case?

Thank you

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Do you know how long it will take to get the pcc in that case?

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It all depends on how quick your home town police station respond

Assume it to be one month

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Thanks a lot!

Do you know what kind of documents are needed to provide current residential address?

As I will only be staying at my spouse’s parents home and I’m not sure how I will be able to provide current address proof

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Do you know what kind of documents are needed to provide current residential address?

As I will only be staying at my spouseís parents home and Iím not sure how I will be able to provide current address proof
1 Water Bill
2 Telephone (landline or post paid mobile bill)
3 Electricity bill
4 Income Tax Assessment Order
5 Election Commission Photo ID card
6 Proof of Gas Connection
7 Certificate from Employer of reputed companies on letter head
8 Spouse's passport copy (First and last page including family details mentioning applicant's name as spouse of the passport holder), (provided the applicant's present address matches the address mentioned in the spouse's passport)
9 Parent's passport copy, in case of minors(First and last page)
10 Aadhaar Card
11 Rent Agreement
12 Photo Passbook of running Bank Account (Scheduled Public Sector Banks, Scheduled Private Sector Indian Banks and Regional Rural Banks only)

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Thanks a lot!

Do you know what kind of documents are needed to provide current residential address?

As I will only be staying at my spouse’s parents home and I’m not sure how I will be able to provide current address proof
1 Water Bill
2 Telephone (landline or post paid mobile bill)
3 Electricity bill
4 Income Tax Assessment Order
5 Election Commission Photo ID card
6 Proof of Gas Connection
7 Certificate from Employer of reputed companies on letter head
8 Spouse's passport copy (First and last page including family details mentioning applicant's name as spouse of the passport holder), (provided the applicant's present address matches the address mentioned in the spouse's passport)
9 Parent's passport copy, in case of minors(First and last page)
10 Aadhaar Card
11 Rent Agreement
12 Photo Passbook of running Bank Account (Scheduled Public Sector Banks, Scheduled Private Sector Indian Banks and Regional Rural Banks only)

Cheers
Sorry to be annoying, as I haven’t stayed in India for longer than 10months at any time, I was just wondering what if I don’t meet any of the requirements above?

As I will be living with my spouse’s parents at their house, the bills and everything are under their name.

How do you get postpaid bill though? I can’t even get an adhaar card as I’m not eligible.

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Sorry to be annoying, as I havenít stayed in India for longer than 10months at any time, I was just wondering what if I donít meet any of the requirements above?

As I will be living with my spouseís parents at their house, the bills and everything are under their name.

How do you get postpaid bill though? I canít even get an adhaar card as Iím not eligible.
The bank should open an account for you based on your father in laws credentials
Thatís the only way I can see

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Sorry to be annoying, as I haven’t stayed in India for longer than 10months at any time, I was just wondering what if I don’t meet any of the requirements above?

As I will be living with my spouse’s parents at their house, the bills and everything are under their name.

How do you get postpaid bill though? I can’t even get an adhaar card as I’m not eligible.
The bank should open an account for you based on your father in laws credentials
That’s the only way I can see

Cheers
Will they still ask for residence proof? I have different address in my passport though as compared to the current address. I’m sorry I’m just not aware at all about how it works in India.

Thanks a lot

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Will they still ask for residence proof? I have different address in my passport though as compared to the current address. I’m sorry I’m just not aware at all about how it works in India.

Thanks a lot
The bank statement is the address proof for PSK
What the bank will require, you will have to contact them and ask

Please do some leg work instead of just asking questions

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