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How to apply for PAN Card for Canadian Citizen




Hi,

I would like to apply for a PAN card.

Can I apply online and pay the fees by credit card? What are the other modes of payment that they accept?
Do I have to send my support documents to India? If yes, what is the address?
As I don't have any Indian support documents, are my Canadian documents (PP/OCI card) enough to get a PAN?

Thanks!

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PAN Card.

PAN card in India, if needed for a specific purpose and it is urgent then, pay the full price they ask for and get it. (Costs Currently are.. : https://www.pancardexpress.com/pan-card-fees.php )
FORM.. : https://www.pancardexpress.com/oci-apply-online/

IF YOU ARE NOT IN A HURRY.. : Then, wait till you get to India and apply from within India and the cost is just Rs.103 + only. So, decide if you need it immediately. They will deliver by Speed post there and the process takes TWO Weeks.

The web site that I accessed is in Chennai. And their contact details are as follows.
India Collection Centre:
Sai Shankar Infocom,
7/754, 1st Main road,
Perumbakkam, Chennai - 600100. India


All the details are on this website. : Their Website.. : https://www.pancardexpress.com/pan-card-fees.php#

FH.

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For Indian Addresses PAN cards are available at Rs. 105 and for Address outside India, it will cost Rs. 971( Price as on 29th May 2014)
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Originally posted by sumjo

Hi,

I would like to apply for a PAN card.

Can I apply online and pay the fees by credit card? What are the other modes of payment that they accept?
Do I have to send my support documents to India? If yes, what is the address?
As I don't have any Indian support documents, are my Canadian documents (PP/OCI card) enough to get a PAN?

Thanks!





 
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http://www.pancardexpress.com" rel="nofollow">LINK

Most probably a fake website. No phone numbers, you can only correspond via email. When I wrote to them for the phone number, they advised me that email is the only access, which set off the warning bells.

For the India Government website (https://www.onlineservices.nsdl.com/paam/endUserRegisterContact.html), after a couple of pages, it freezes up when I try to insert the PIN number/postal code in the address field. Tried from multiple computers, its the same result. Talked to the call centre in India, they couldn't help. Typical Indian bureaucracy!!

The only way out now to get a PAN Card is to visit a PAN Card center during my visit to India.



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Originally posted by Full House

PAN card in India, if needed for a specific purpose and it is urgent then, pay the full price they ask for and get it. (Costs Currently are.. : https://www.pancardexpress.com/pan-card-fees.php )
FORM.. : https://www.pancardexpress.com/oci-apply-online/

IF YOU ARE NOT IN A HURRY.. : Then, wait till you get to India and apply from within India and the cost is just Rs.103 + only. So, decide if you need it immediately. They will deliver by Speed post there and the process takes TWO Weeks.

The web site that I accessed is in Chennai. And their contact details are as follows.
India Collection Centre:
Sai Shankar Infocom,
7/754, 1st Main road,
Perumbakkam, Chennai - 600100. India


All the details are on this website. : Their Website.. : https://www.pancardexpress.com/pan-card-fees.php#

FH.

Image result for cost of PAN card in india
For Indian Addresses PAN cards are available at Rs. 105 and for Address outside India, it will cost Rs. 971( Price as on 29th May 2014)
fh.
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Quote:
Originally posted by sumjo

Hi,

I would like to apply for a PAN card.

Can I apply online and pay the fees by credit card? What are the other modes of payment that they accept?
Do I have to send my support documents to India? If yes, what is the address?
As I don't have any Indian support documents, are my Canadian documents (PP/OCI card) enough to get a PAN?

Thanks!




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PAN card express is registered in New Jersey
I have a positive experience in getting PAN Card from them.

They actually have teams in New Jersey and Chennai.

Leave your phone number in their live chat. They called me back and very helpful.

I left a review for them and I would recommend PAN Card Express to our lovely desi :-)


 
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