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Portuguese Passport for Goans – Process and Expenses

Process on How to Apply for Portuguese Passport for Goans

Birth Registration in Portugal for Individual born before Year 1961

All individuals born in Goa, Daman & Diu on or before 19th December 1961 are recognized as Portuguese Citizens. As Portuguese Government don’t have documents available with them of these Citizens, these citizens who are born before 1961 are required to produce Birth Transcription in Portugal. You can get done your Birth Transcription from Conservatoria dos Registos Centrais in Lisboa Portugal.

Below are the list of documents required for Birth Transcription in Portugal:
Residence CertificateResidence Certificate to prove your citizenship in Goa from 1st Jan 1974 to 31st Dec 1975 (Residence Certificate should be issued by Mamladar or Panchayat, it should clearly mention that the individual is resident of Goa or Daman or Diu from birth and also state that the individual is resident during 1st Jan 1974 to 31st Dec 1975.)Birth Certificate (The Birth Certificate…

How to apply for a Portuguese Passport?

Applying for Portuguese Passport is not a simple task as you apply for Indian Passport, to apply for Portuguese Passport you will have to go across various formalities and documentations. For Indian Passport you take an appointment online and be present on the appointment day at the Passport Seva Kendra with documents and fees and after that you get your passport within few weeks. To apply for Portuguese Passport it’s a different lengthy process sometimes it might take maximum 3 to 4 years in rare cases. 
How to apply for a Portuguese Passport
First your both parents will have to get registered for Birth, Marriage followed by your birth, this each process to get register can take up to minimum 6 months up to maximum 18 months.

If your parents Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate and your birth certificate is in English they will have to translated into Portuguese language duly attested by Portuguese Consulate, this process can take up to 6 months.


And once you are done with these two process next you will have to appoint an advocate or agent who deals with Portuguese Passport service, you will have to provide him with power of attorney to deal your case on behalf of you at Portugal, and after doing this once you receive your National ID Card or Billet you can apply for Portuguese Passport in Portuguese Passport Consulate which can take up to 2 months to 3 months to get your Portuguese Passport. After your receive your Portuguese Passport you will have to surrender your Indian Passport, Voters ID, etc. after surrendering your Indian Citizenship documents you will receive a receipt of it.


Than you will have to register yourself at FRO (Foreigner Registration Office) as you are a Foreigner as well as you should obtain a NOC (No objection certificate) from FRO before leaving the country.


Also Read: Portuguese Nationality Process for Goans

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How to check Portuguese Passport Application Status

After applying for Portuguese Passport the next step which comes is How to check Portuguese Passport Application Status. Portuguese Passport Application Status can be traced Online easily with few clicks of any regions such as Bombay, Daman, Diu, and Goa from Official Consula do Portugal Goa Website.



To check Portuguese Passport Application Status visit http://www.consuladoportugalgoa.com

On left sidebar you will find a link “Application Status”


Click on “Application Status”, on clicking the Application Status it will pop out a small window which will give you options like 


Verifications.
BombayDamanDiuGoaIdentifications.
All RegionsSelect the applicable options and click on submit, after clicking on submit it will ask you the process number to enter it into the search box to track your Portuguese Passport Application Status.


Just enter your Process Number and click on search it will show your current status of your Portuguese Passport Application.

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Portuguese Passport for Goans – Process and Expenses

Process on How to Apply for Portuguese Passport for Goans

Birth Registration in Portugal for Individual born before Year 1961

All individuals born in Goa, Daman & Diu on or before 19th December 1961 are recognized as Portuguese Citizens. As Portuguese Government don’t have documents available with them of these Citizens, these citizens who are born before 1961 are required to produce Birth Transcription in Portugal. You can get done your Birth Transcription from Conservatoria dos Registos Centrais in Lisboa Portugal.

Below are the list of documents required for Birth Transcription in Portugal:
Residence CertificateResidence Certificate to prove your citizenship in Goa from 1st Jan 1974 to 31st Dec 1975 (Residence Certificate should be issued by Mamladar or Panchayat, it should clearly mention that the individual is resident of Goa or Daman or Diu from birth and also state that the individual is resident during 1st Jan 1974 to 31st Dec 1975.)Birth Certificate (The Birth Certificate…

Portuguese Passport Appointments

Portuguese Passport Appointments can be now taken online by sending a single mail instantly. If you are looking around on how to take an Appointments Online for your Portuguese Passport process like Portuguese Passport Appointments for Marriage Registration, or Portuguese Passport Appointments for Identity Card than by sending a single email to the Portuguese Passport Consulate Officials you can get your Portuguese Passport Appointments fixed.
To take a Portuguese Passport Appointments for Marriage Registration just send a mail to app.marriage@goa.dgaccp.pt

To take a Portuguese Passport Appointments for Identity Card just send a mail to app.cc@goa.dgaccp.pt

By sending mail to these respective email ids according to the cases you can easily get an appointment for Portuguese Passport

For those who are willing for Consular Services may not need to take appointments, they can directly walk in to Consulate General of Portugal Office for enquiry.

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