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arunareddit

CIC decission " wife has the right to know husband passport number"

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arunareddit

Hello,

 

There is a cic decission that the wife has right to know the husband passport number . it is not third party info.

can some one pls post this decission.

 

thanks,

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Prasad GLN

Please do not think that CIC decides in the same manner. It depends on case to case, prevailing circumstances, relationship existing on date of such application and PIO considers III party objections also. If the other party objects, you can never get information.

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