'Place of Birth' proof needed for Indian Passport application?

#1 May 15th, 2013, 23:48
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I am applying for a passport for my Mom.
As she has changed her name after marriage, we have made an affidavit declaring her name change after marriage, as her other documents are in her maiden name.
Now for her date of birth proof, we are submitting the 10th std certificate. But my lawyer is saying that we need to submit affidavit A for 'place of birth' proof as well, as she doesn't have a birth certificate.
My question is, it is necessary? Won't the 10th certificate suffice? I haven't found any requirement to submit proof for 'place of birth' on the passport website.
Would really appreciate your help.
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Never heard of it being asked. But if required anyway, what can you provide other than an Affidavit. For someone who does not have a BC, a Hospital discharge sheet or Place of birth certificate is unlikely to be available.
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I want to apply for passport. My X class mark sheet and the school transfer certificate has the date of birth, it doesn't have provision for the place of birth. Also I do not have any other document to certify my place of birth. Birth place name is coming in the X certificate under hometown of guardian column & native place column. There no place of birth column as such. Am born before 1989 Is place of birth certificate or proof required for the passport application? If yes, will an Affidavit will do? I enquired with a lawyer, he said it's required. I am not sure if he is correct. I read in passport instructions that only illiterate & semi illiterate can go for Affidavit. Am 10th pass.
Also, for address proof please advise if passbook xerox with the first page and last one year transactions duly signed & stamped on all the pages is workable or it is a must to get bank statement for submission in passport office. Please advise.
#4 Apr 26th, 2014, 10:29
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I think 10th certificate doesn't have birth place so you have to carry birth certificate
#5 Apr 26th, 2014, 11:58
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Applicant born before 1989 does not require birth certificate.

If your account is at a nationalized bank, the photocopy will work. You will have to carry original for verification.
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But Prakaant how to prove birthplace with only 10th certificate
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Sorry! No idea!!
#8 Apr 26th, 2014, 16:09
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if your mom's date of birth is before 1989 than you no need for birth place certificate.. and if after that than your make an court affidavit for that
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Proof of place of birth

Pardon me if make any mistake as i am new here.
I am applying to delayed registration of birth. For this purpose they are asking me for a proof of place of birth. My birth took place at home in Delhi on 3rd Feb 1991. My question is that do I have to give a document dated before my DOB as proof of place of birth or any document dated after my DOB will work.
Any help is highly appreciable. Thanks in advance !
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You have not mentioned, who is asking you for a proof of place of birth: Registrar Office (Municipal Authority or any office authorized to issue Birth and Death Certificate by the Registrar of Births & Deaths) or Passport Office? Please elaborate...
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