If you want to know about the process of obtaining single status affidavit in India read the write up below.
The applicant submits the documents to the relevant authority in India, where they reside.
After submitting the necessary proof of bachelorhood, the affidavit can be drawn up by a notary and stamped by a District Magistrate (DM) or Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM). Once issued, it must be attestation and apostiled at the Ministry of External Affairs.
Procedures to obtain Single Status Affidavit
- Once that process in India is completed. The applicant should then book an appointment online with the Indian embassy in Kathmandu, Nepal.
- Applicants must bring the single status affidavit, appointment letter, passport sized photograph, photocopies of the passport, affidavit, and the attestation fee (NPR 3000) with them when they visit the embassy.
- If the documents meet the requirements, the Indian embassy stamps them and returns the stamped document. That document will be submitted to a lawyer, and the process of court marriage registration will begin.
Details of the Single Status Certificate- Indians
After it is issued in India, the Single Status Affidavit is stamped at the Indian Embassy
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