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    Has anyone applied for PAN card in India after becoming US citizen .

    If so can you please provide some guidelines.

  • #2
    Originally posted by indiantiger1 View Post
    Has anyone applied for PAN card in India after becoming US citizen .
    ----- you can get the Form for PAN card fill up the details, attach photograph and India address proof like copy of Indian DL or Ration Card, copy of the front page of india bank passbook that has India address(they only need Photo ID and address proof), pay the fees at counter and they will send the card in 15 days to India address.
    If so can you please provide some guidelines.
    you can Google for "PAN Card"
    at this time PAN Card or PAN number is must property transaction. PAN is not required for NRE Bank account but for NRO Bank account better give then PAN number
    Remember, I am strictly a layperson without any legal training. Please, if in doubt, be sure to use the services of a professional lawyer whom you trust.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ginnu View Post
      you can Google for "PAN Card"
      at this time PAN Card or PAN number is must property transaction. PAN is not required for NRE Bank account but for NRO Bank account better give then PAN number
      I have some FD's in NRO acct where the bank takes the TDS , I would like to apply for "avoid double taxation" which requires PAN card. also I will be buying property in India very soon.

      I have visited the following website to apply PAN for NRI .

      http://www.utiitsl.com/utitsl/uti/ne...pplication.jsp

      The problem I have is I am not sure what I need to fill for assessing officer section as it has only indian centers listed in the guidelines .

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      • #4
        Originally posted by indiantiger1 View Post
        I have some FD's in NRO acct where the bank takes the TDS , I would like to apply for "avoid double taxation" which requires PAN card. also I will be buying property in India very soon.

        I have visited the following website to apply PAN for NRI .

        http://www.utiitsl.com/utitsl/uti/ne...pplication.jsp

        The problem I have is I am not sure what I need to fill for assessing officer section as it has only indian centers listed in the guidelines .
        See https://tin.tin.nsdl.com/pan2/servlet/InterAOSearch
        Last edited by nkm-oct23; 26th February 2011, 02:49 PM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by indiantiger1 View Post
          I have some FD's in NRO acct where the bank takes the TDS , I would like to apply for "avoid double taxation" which requires PAN card.
          ----NRO account requires TDS to be deducted on the interest earned. TDS is deducted @ 30% from the interest earned from NRO account. Some surcharge is also deducted from NRO deposit or From NRO saving account interest and total TDS deduction is about 33.99%.
          You can get some of the TDS paid back by filing tax return in India and claiming a refund and for that you need PAN Card.

          I donít understand why you send money to your NRO account from out of India and why not send it to NRE account.


          also I will be buying property in India very soon.
          ------ at the time of property registration you will need PAN card and pay the builder/seller through Check from NRE account.

          I have visited the following website to apply PAN for NRI .

          http://www.utiitsl.com/utitsl/uti/ne...pplication.jsp

          The problem I have is I am not sure what I need to fill for assessing officer section as it has only Indian centers listed in the guidelines .
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          Remember, I am strictly a layperson without any legal training. Please, if in doubt, be sure to use the services of a professional lawyer whom you trust.

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