Wrong Marital Status in my Marraige certificate

#1 May 8th, 2015, 20:34
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Hi Friends,
My name is vijay kumar and I am from Ranipet near Chennai.
I am Residing in UK for the past 5yrs and came to India this Feb 2015.
I got married in 2006 and got Divorced in 2014 June.
I got Married again when I came back to India this Feb 2015.
I got my marriage registered under Hindu Marraige registration act.
I went to register my marriage through an agent who by mistake has menitoned as Bachelor instead of Divorcee.
I provided my Divorce certificate as well as the Temple Marraige hall Certificate where it was mentioned as Divorcee.
I did a mistake of overlooking at my marriage certificate which was mentioned as Bachelor instead of Divorcee.
I came to know about this when I provided the documents at the Passport office where I wanted to add my Wife name to get a new passport. There they mentioned about this issue.
Now I am stuck here in India and could not rejoin my work in UK
One of the Government officials told me that even if I apply for a correction the IG of Registrar will not accept the application as there is no clause that the marital status can be corrected in the Hindi Registration Act.
Please Friends, Any help on this issue is very much appreciated
#2 May 8th, 2015, 21:01
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Erring is human and there must be some remedial available in the system

Why don't you attempt for a correction with a sworn affidavit mentioning the actual situation?
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Hi Vijay, Can you please let me know what is final outcome of your issue ? I am also having similar to your problem? Please respond. thanks
#4 Sep 12th, 2015, 17:11
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Originally Posted by Sriram N View Post I am also having similar to your problem?
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