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Non Judicial affidavits are required to declare a statement of fact(s) before a non judicial authority such as Passport Office, Schools, Post Offices, Banks, etc. The main purpose of the Non-Judicial affidavit is to assert fact(s) on oath where there is no body to contest that fact.

Parts of Non-Judicial Affidavits

There are five main parts of a Non Judicial Affidavit.

  1. Non Judicial Stamp Paper
  2. Affirmation by Deponent
  3. Assertion of Facts
  4. Verification by the Deponent
  5. Attestation by Notary/Oath Commissioner.

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Infrastructure Of Indian Immigration

The Indian immigration is a fairly new subject for Indian lawyers to practice. Unlike USA, in India there is no separate court for Indian Immigration. It is very rare to file an appeal against any deportation order issued by Ministry of Home Affairs, India. Because of  lack of a dedicated immigration law enforcing body in India, the Indian Immigration law practice is mostly limited to provide legal advise and preparation of  necessary documents.

In this post I am going to explain :

  • The emerging area of Indian Immigration practice  and
  • The basic governing laws for those areas.

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