OCI card holder but denied entry in India

#1 Apr 16th, 2018, 06:28
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I and my wife are OCI card holder of india but on Nov , 2017 when my wife reached new delhi india, we found out that there is a ban on our entry in India. We are not getting any help from consulte or FRRO.
We did surrogacy before it was banned in india and did all the paperwork via FRRO.
Not able to find way to resolve our issue.
Any help is appreciated.
Thanks
#2 Apr 16th, 2018, 11:34
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Originally Posted by rajeevsood View Post I and my wife are OCI card holder of india but on Nov , 2017 when my wife reached new delhi india, we found out that there is a ban on our entry in India. We are not getting any help from consulte or FRRO.
We did surrogacy before it was banned in india and did all the paperwork via FRRO.
Not able to find way to resolve our issue.
Any help is appreciated.
Thanks
Did the immigration officer specify the reason for the ban?
#3 Apr 16th, 2018, 20:49
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Originally Posted by mamoru01 View Post Did the immigration officer specify the reason for the ban?
Only thing they said to talk to Indian consulate in USA, unfortunately Indian consulate and Indian embassy not are giving any info.
#4 Apr 17th, 2018, 21:36
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Try RTI

It is likely that as an OCI, you have the right to file a request under the RTI act, 2005. I am not sure if it was there in the original act, but here's a news article quoting an SC judgement.

I am not 100% sure if you will get a reply - this judgement may have been overridden. But it may be worth a try.
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Originally Posted by catcat1 View Post It is likely that as an OCI, you have the right to file a request under the RTI act, 2005. I am not sure if it was there in the original act, but here's a news article quoting an SC judgement.

I am not 100% sure if you will get a reply - this judgement may have been overridden. But it may be worth a try.
I think it will not hurt trying this route. Thanks for the suggestion.
#6 May 7th, 2018, 12:52
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Rather strange ! Your denial of entry would have been triggered by a complaint from either the Police under whose jurisdiction the Adoption Agency falls under; or, it was something else that triggered what was put in your Immigration, Visa and Foreigner's Registration & Tracking (IVFRT) system, a record that Immigration Officers consult from their monitor.
#7 Jun 23rd, 2018, 16:56
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Hi Rajeev any progress I am in similar situation

Hi Rajeev any progress, I am in a similar situation. Please update what happened to ur case

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