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prasanthkuc

Applying for senior citizen proof

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prasanthkuc

Hello, I D.Prasanth. working in private organization. I want to know how can I apply for senior citizen for my mom who is 59years old.

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MANOJ B. PATEL

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member, 60 years age is required for senior citizenship card/certificate from collector office.

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Prasad GLN

AADHAR CARD, VOTER ID, BANK PASS BOOK, RATION CARD , PAN card with photo identity are enough proofs for old age if age or date of birth is mentioned.

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