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Hello, i want to ask how much time get to for police verification after submitted the documents at passport office and how many days after SP office send the report in applicant area police station?

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MANOJ B. PATEL

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RAVEENA_O

Answer to your query is available in the Web site of Passport Seva, Ministry of External Affairs, which is reproduced below:

Passport-verification.JPG

 

For further details, please click here : Passport Seva Police Verification Queries

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member, you may file RTI application to the PIO of concerned SP office with a request to provide information you want. Kindly refer to following links.

 

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