Monday, December 27, 2010

PAN Card for NRI’s

Non-resident individuals and organisations charge to accept a Permanent Account Cardinal (PAN) cardinal if they accept an assets and charge to book allotment in India. PAN is issued by the Assets Tax (IT) Administration to all assessees and commendation of PAN is compulsatory in all allotment filed with the IT department.
The PAN cardinal comprises of ten alphanumeric characters and is issued in the anatomy of a laminated card. A PAN agenda is appropriate for both citizen as able-bodied as non-resident assessees. In case of non-resident assessees, there are a few accessory changes in the requirements for an application.
A citizen of India residing outside India at the time of request 

It is not a citizen of India, ie, foreign 

Besides individual (a company, trust, firm, etc) - not a citizen of India - who have no office in India.

The following points should be taken into account when applying for the PAN:
AO Code: AO Code pertaining to International Taxation Directorate should be used.
Address: A foreign address can be provided as residential (for individuals) and the address of the office by the applicants, if you do not have any Indian address of their own. Individual applicants can specify any address (residential or office, whether Indian or foreign) in the direction of communication.
Photograph and signature: Individual applicants should provide their own recent colour photograph of prescribed size. This is not applicable for other applicants. Application should always be signed by the applicant himself / herself in all cases (for individuals).

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