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Passport: Police Enquiry

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shoanshinde

One of my employees, is getting his passport made. However his passport has not cleared the Police verification process. The cops say the new practice is that - the applicant and his neighbours (those mentioned in the form) must go to the local Police Station for verification - I had my passport done some 4 months ago and there was no such practice. But his neighbours leave at an hour almost before sunrise for their work and return at bedtime. So it is impossible to take them to the police station. So what is the solution in this situation?

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we must choose such neighbours for police verification who are available atlest on holidays. the police must be functioning on all days.if not they may be requested to assign a sincere officer for this important process.but giving up adress verification will be a step in wrong direction. the farce of police verification seems to have been seen through by public as well as authorities. ramaraom3

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shoanshinde

thanks for reply but it does not really help my situation.. my company has a huge project in abu dhabi in nov and i need my staff member's passport to be done.. it was given in july under the tatkal category but its still stuck with the cops.. the police is supposed to visit the residence to validate the residence in the application as well as the neighbours stated.. or has this procedure been amended?

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