- Online Registration Form
- Photograph Instructions
- Proof of Indian Origin
- OCI Fees
- Proof of Name Change
- Application Tips
- Submitting Application
- Procedure-Granting Registration
- Renunciation of OCI
- Surrender Certificate
- Extract - Citizenship Act, 1955
- Extract - Citizenship Rules, 1956
- OCI Tracker
Renunciation of OCI
For renunciation of previously acquired OCI, please send the following documents
- Renunciation Form:
Please complete Form XXII and Form XXIIA.
- CKGS Disclaimer form:
Applicable only for the jurisdiction that process OCI through Cox & Kings Global Services (which is at least the entire United States):
Complete the CKGS Order Form and print it.
- Additional Particulars form:
Applicable only for the jurisdiction that processes OCI through Cox & Kings Global Services (which is at least the entire United States):
Complete and and print it. Please make sure to answer all questions. Do not leave any answers blank.
Proof of address
- Copy of US/Foreign passport:
- Copy of the information page that contains the picture and basic details of the passport.
- Copy of the endorsement/amendment pages.
- Legal status:
If you are non-US citizen, provide a copy of one of the following:
- Permanent Resident Card (both sides)
- Employment Authorization Card (EAD) which states 'serves as I-512'
- Page showing H1/H4, L1/L2, F1/F2, J1/J2 etc.
Non-US citizens who are applying for their minor children must also provide their US legal status.
Do not send as original document as they can't be held responsible for loss or damage to original documents.
- Return of documents:
Enclose proof of payment of the CKGS courier service charges or prepaid envelope with Air Way Bill No # with service provider name.
- Check list:
Two copies of the completed check list. Make sure to arrange the application documents arranged in the order in which they are listed in each check list. Otherwise, application will be returned unprocessed to applicant(s). The consulate or their agency will not be responsible for any kind for loss of documents during transit by mail.