Introduction: Domicile Certificate Maharashtra
Domicile is defined as the place where you make your permanent home and where you are considered to be a permanent resident.
A Domicile/Residence Certificate is for the most part given to demonstrate that the individual bearing the Certificate is a Domicile/Resident of the State/UT by which the Certificate is being given.
A domicile certificate is a record that guarantees an individual's private status in a specific state. The testament is utilized to benefit different administrations given by the Government, for example, admissions, work positions, and any semblance of it.
Domicile certificate is issued to one if he has resided at a certain place in a state for a continuous period of the preceding five years. Hence the legitimacy ought to be considered for a time of five years.
Procedure to obtain a domicile certificate in the State of Maharashtra
To Obtain a Domicile Certificate, the endorsed application structures are either accessible on the web or from the local authorities, for example, the Sub-Divisional Magistrate/Tehsildar's office/Revenue Department/District Collector's Office, or some other authority as determined in the State/UT of your residence.
Any individual from the State of Maharashtra could get this testament, that he or she is a resident in the State for the last 15 years
An individual can benefit a Domicile Certificate by outfitting the accompanying reports:
- Certificate of age proof such as birth certificate, school certificate, etc
- Document depicting the address such as ration card or driving permit
- Proof of residence
- Self-declaration Structure
- Two photos of Voter ID or College or University ID
- Duly filled application form
- Proof of identity
- Photocopies of all documents duly attested by an administration official
- An official declaration from tehsil or court
Below are the steps for the procedure to apply domicile certificate:
Stage 1: As is the case with any application methodology, the candidate needs to acquire an application structure, either through online methods or from the Sub-Divisional Magistrate's office, Tehsildar's office or District authority's office.
Stage 2: After acquiring the equivalent, the candidate needs to fill the subtleties mentioned in the application form.
Stage 3: The form, alongside the essential documents, must be connected with the application, and the same must be submitted to the Setu Center of Maharashtra.
After completing the above methodology, the candidate would get the certificate within 30 days. The candidate must transmit a fee of Rs.50 for the same. When gotten, the authentication would be legitimate for the whole lifetime of the beneficiary.
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