I Am An Indian Who Married A Pakistani Girl This Week

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#1 Jan 23rd, 2013, 03:09
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Hi, I am from Calcutta and was supposed to marry a Pakistani girl in Karachi. I applied for tourist visa and got it .She also applied for Indian visa and got a 30 days single entry visa for only Calcutta with port of entry and exit as Delhi.

This week I went to Karachi and got married to her Masha Allah.Now I am returning back to India and the girl will come to Calcutta via Delhi after a week and stay there in Calcutta for 29 days.

Now , I would like to know, what are the basic steps that I need to take to ensure that she can stay with me without having to go home to Pakistan. Does she need to go to Delhi for paper works? Bu as she has got only visa for Calcutta ,how do i proceed?

Some serious replies would be great..
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Immediately apply for an X visa. Hopefully all the documentation is pucca..
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Hey sir, thank you so much. Can I apply for X visa from Kolkata FRRO? What should be the procedure? She will be flying in this week with her Passport, National ID card, Wedding Certificate from Pakistan. What else would be necessary?

I am also planning to marry in India with the girl so I also have an Indian Marriage certificate in hand.
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Surely you don't need marriage certificates for every country you go to! Unless they are different brides of course
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She is coming on tourist visa for 30 days , only for calcutta.. How do i go ahead with x visa process when she doesnt have permission of any city apart from calcutta?

@Vishva lolzzz
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In your place I would go personally to the FRRO in Kolkata and ask the liaison officer what the procedure should be and what documentation they require. Better to get all the info to hand before she arrives so that you can start the procedure immediately. If she is required to go to Delhi at the Ministry of Home Affairs, then the FRRO Kolkata will issue the relevant permissions. Good luck and do let us know how you fared.
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Originally Posted by shahabishere View Post Hey sir, thank you so much. Can I apply for X visa from Kolkata FRRO? What should be the procedure? She will be flying in this week with her Passport, National ID card, Wedding Certificate from Pakistan. What else would be necessary?

I am also planning to marry in India with the girl so I also have an Indian Marriage certificate in hand.
The wedding certificate=nikahnama ? Get it notarized and authenticated by Indian mission closest to her, if possible. Do check what the Indian mission thinks is acceptable; and also inquire what the FRRO in Calcutta (oops Kolkata) deems sufficient.
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Originally Posted by ViShVa View Post In your place I would go personally to the FRRO in Kolkata and ask the liaison officer what the procedure should be and what documentation they require. Better to get all the info to hand before she arrives so that you can start the procedure immediately. If she is required to go to Delhi at the Ministry of Home Affairs, then the FRRO Kolkata will issue the relevant permissions. Good luck and do let us know how you fared.
Thanks , bro. So at first I need to go to FRRO at Kolkata and ask them what docus would they be needing. It doesnt matter how long the x visa process takes place, im more stressed abt sending her back after 30 days .. :O
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Originally Posted by nycank View Post The wedding certificate=nikahnama ? Get it notarized and authenticated by Indian mission closest to her, if possible. Do check what the Indian mission thinks is acceptable; and also inquire what the FRRO in Calcutta (oops Kolkata) deems sufficient.
There is no Indian mission in Karachi (Its in Islamabad) . So what i was thinking was to bring a Pakistani Nikaah certificate translated and approved by Pakistan govt to the Kolkata FRRO along with the Indian nikah registry certificate which i will get as soon as she arrives in india , from a registered muslim marriage registrar.
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Originally Posted by shahabishere View Post There is no Indian mission in Karachi (Its in Islamabad) .
So what's this?

Indian Deputy High Commission aka Consulate General of India
Address: "India House", 3 Fatima Jinnah Road, Civil Lines, Karachi

P.O. Box 8542, Karachi, Pakistan

Telephone: +92 21 522275, 512542
Fax: +92 21 5680929

I found it on this site, among others. Or is this information out of date?
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Originally Posted by Golghar View Post So what's this?

Indian Deputy High Commission aka Consulate General of India
Address: "India House", 3 Fatima Jinnah Road, Civil Lines, Karachi

P.O. Box 8542, Karachi, Pakistan

Telephone: +92 21 522275, 512542
Fax: +92 21 5680929

I found it on this site, among others. Or is this information out of date?
Will check this but I heard that the Karachi one is shut..Will find out tomorrow. Somebody told me that the first thing that my wife needs to get our marriage certificate notorized..
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Originally Posted by shahabishere View Post Somebody told me that the first thing that my wife needs to get our marriage certificate notorized..
Forget the someone ! Go to official under whose district you reside. Ask him or her, what would constitute an official marriage certificate from Pakistan. It is he or she who will decide. Unfortunately, you will be the first person in this forum to go through this (i.e Nikkahnama from Pakistan), so your experience and report will be valuable.
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I think it would be desirable for the OP to get his Pakistani Nikahnama authenticated into some form that both Pakistani Govt and the Indian Embassy in Pakistan can recognise officially. Then, it is unlikely that the Local FRRO in Kolkatta will refuse to recognise something that the Indian mission in Pakistan has authenticated. If the Official in Kolkatta is unsure or dilli-dallying on what would be acceptable to him/her, I think the above line would work.
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Originally Posted by nycank View Post Forget the someone ! Go to official under whose district you reside. Ask him or her, what would constitute an official marriage certificate from Pakistan. It is he or she who will decide. Unfortunately, you will be the first person in this forum to go through this (i.e Nikkahnama from Pakistan), so your experience and report will be valuable.
Am i the first Indian person on this forum who has married in Pakistan? I am thinking of doing a nikaah in India aswell so then the FRO would have no option of playing dumb. What say?
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Originally Posted by narendra.d View Post I think it would be desirable for the OP to get his Pakistani Nikahnama authenticated into some form that both Pakistani Govt and the Indian Embassy in Pakistan can recognise officially. Then, it is unlikely that the Local FRRO in Kolkatta will refuse to recognise something that the Indian mission in Pakistan has authenticated. If the Official in Kolkatta is unsure or dilli-dallying on what would be acceptable to him/her, I think the above line would work.
My missus will be travelling to islamabad's indian high commission next week and then once the certificate gets notorized, she will travel to india, i.e 2nd week of feb .. But at the moment we dont even know if the Indian High Commission would entertain our request at Islamabad or not and even if they do, how long are they gonna take to notarize the thing.
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