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Sreenath Marar (Software Engineer)     16 October 2013

Dob change

Hi Experts, In the birth certificate my dob is 18/12/1989 and in other certificates(school/college/voter's id/pan card) my dob is 17/12/1989. Now i need to get the passport by 2nd week of november(ie, next month). But for age proof only birth certificate is acceptable as i born after 26/01/1989. When i enquired about change of dob in my 10th certificate, i came know that it is difficult to change dob in CBSE certificate since it is more than 3 years after issuing the certificate. So , can anyone please tell me if i can apply for passport with a letter from notary or can i change dob in my birth certificate?


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Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 )     16 October 2013

 As per G.O.Ms.No.1288 Public (Services) dated 21-4-1975, any correction to the date of birth must be made within five years from the date of entry. Now it is not possible to correction.

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AJAS P A (STUDY)     19 October 2013

Sir,

 my father's old passport contain date of birth is (june/10/1959 ) he takes that in the year 1986,

school certificate contain date of birth is 01/04/1962,

and i want know how to get First class judicial magistrate's /Sub-divisional magistrate's (civil court) court order,if change in DoB is more than 2 years or in case of conflicting documents

Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 )     30 October 2013

File a declaration suit in a civil court at your residential area.

AJAS P A (STUDY)     05 November 2013

Sir,

what is the procedure of file a declaration suit in civil court.

 & thank you for your support..

T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     06 November 2013

A declaration suit is also like any other suit, contact and take help of a local lawyer and file the same.

AJAS P A (STUDY)     08 November 2013

Thank you sir..


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