latest documents & procedure for Visit visa as of NOv - 2017

posted by Ali

latest documents & procedure for Visit visa as of NOv - 2017


No need any Document for Relationship affidavit from Indian embassy.
( save 7kd and time)

go directly to MOFA with below documents.

Copy of your Passport, Residency page & Civil Id
Copy of Wife Passport
Copy of Marriage certificate ( translated into Arabic .)
( MOFA stamp on marriage certificate only )
Should carry your original passport( some times asked only)
MOFA stamp 5 KD


to Jazawat:
Filled in application
Copy of your Passport, Residency page & Civil Id
Copy of Wife Passport
Copy of Marriage certificate
Copy of Iznamal (Work permit where it shows your salary)

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Posted On 11/11/2017 1:06:16 AM by Ali

for parents Visit Visa:-

latest documents & procedure for Visit visa as of NOv - 2017


No need any Document for Relationship affidavit from Indian embassy.
( save 7kd and time)

go directly to MOFA with below documents.

Copy of your Passport, Residency page & Civil Id
Copy of Wife Passport
Copy of Birth certificate ( translated into Arabic .)
( MOFA stamp on birth certificate only )
&
Should carry your original passport( some times asked only)
MOFA stamp 5 KD


to Jazawat:
Filled in application
Copy of your Passport, Residency page & Civil Id
Copy of Wife Passport
Copy of birth certificate
Copy of Iznamal (Work permit where it shows your salary)

Posted On 11/11/2017 1:15:58 AM by parents visa

Dear Ali. Thanks for the update. I have few questions as below, kindly answer.

1. For parents visit visa: Are they issuing visit visa for parents aged 70 years? What is the cut off date and year beyond which jawazat will not issue visit visa? e.g. do parents born on 01 Jan 1950 and later or parents born before 01 Jan 1950 qualify to get visit visa??

2. Copy of birth certificate (Arabic translation): Whose birth certificate is required? If parents birth certificate, I doubt as most of the parents have no birth certificate by now. What to do in this situation?

Posted On 11/11/2017 3:31:34 AM by Ali

1. Before 3 days I got my mother visit visa ( 65 yr old) ..70 yr old ,better u try once.

2. Of-course Sponsor Birth certificate only.
they will check only your parent's name in your birth certificate.

Posted On 11/11/2017 3:56:52 AM by Birth Certificate

Thank you Ali for guiding us. Could you answer the below too?
Should the birth certificate be attested before submitting to MOFA?
My birth certificate is not attested like my marriage certificate.

Posted On 11/11/2017 4:23:44 AM by parents visa

Thanks Ali.

I want to call my mother-in-law. I will be her sponsor. My wife is on co. visa but her salary not enough to sponsor her mother. In this case whose birth certificate will be required. Mine or my wife?

Posted On 11/11/2017 7:45:28 AM by PSR

1.I don't understand the logic of confirming the parents name by birth certificate when it is clearly mentioned in sponsor's passport,

2.If the sponsor's birth certificate is not available what is alternative solution?

3.What is the procedure to avail birth certificate who born in a remote village before 40 yrs when there was no proper birth registration system and migrated to city,

Can any one advise pls?

Posted On 11/11/2017 9:29:07 PM by Indian Friend

Thank you Ali for the post:

Could you answer the below?
The birth certificate & marriage certificate must be attested before submitting to MOFA?

Thank you once again.

Posted On 11/11/2017 9:31:17 PM by Indian Friend

Thank you Ali for the post:

Could you answer the below?
1) The birth certificate & marriage certificate must be attested before submitting to MOFA?

2) Translated certificate must be attested from Ministry (White building opposite to MOFA) or directly go to MOFA after translation.?

Thank you once again.

Posted On 11/12/2017 1:16:30 AM by Ali

>>>The birth certificate & marriage certificate must be attested before submitting to MOFA? YES


A translated certificate must be attested.

try your luck .... otherwise its compulsory.

>>>>if u want to call your mother-in-law.
just need a marriage certificate. and your Wife Civil ID copy..



Posted On 11/12/2017 2:48:25 AM by RD X

Dear Ali..

You mean for Mother in Law the birth certificate of mother in law is not required ? and only marriage certificate and wifes passport copy/civil id are enough ?

an on what document mofa attestation will be required , in case of MIL visit visa ?

Thanks in advance

Posted On 11/12/2017 3:27:17 AM by abdulla abdulla

Dear Ali..i have marriage certificate..but not attested in India...this is enough..please tell me

Posted On 11/12/2017 3:34:25 AM by SD

which attestation is required on birth certifcate before its transilate to arabaic (befor MOFA) ?

Posted On 11/12/2017 9:09:41 PM by naqsh nadeem

If MOFA has stopped accepting Affidavits issued from Indian Embassy then what is the new procedure for Driving license?? Can anyone explain the new procedure?

Posted On 11/13/2017 7:55:38 AM by Karuna Karan

Ali, I want to bring my Mother-in-Law and Father-in-Law for a month. I went today morning to MOFA (Shuwaikh, no more handled in City) and they told me that I need to bring my Wife's Original Birth Certificate (not in English). My question is, if I translate it here in Kuwait, do I need to attest the translated Certificate? if yes, can I do this in Kuwait or I need to send to Mumbai for attestation? just like degree certificates..

Posted On 11/13/2017 8:48:00 AM by ALi

Karuna Karan
yes translate here and attested from Indian embassy then go MOFA... if they accept then ok , otherwise you have to attest also from ministery of Justice.. for more details please contact any typewriter in mirqab ..

Posted On 11/14/2017 9:42:17 AM by Karuna Karan

Ali, I went again today to get clear information from MOFA. They told me I need to get the Birth Certificate attested from Kuwait Embassy in India, just like the way we do our degree certificate attestation. They dont respect any affidavit/attestation from Indian embassy in Kuwait anymore. This is a long process in India...

Posted On 11/14/2017 10:16:20 AM by RD X

if we donot have birth certificate what are the alternatives ?

Posted On 11/14/2017 11:01:30 AM by RD X

if father and mother both names are there in the passport still they need birth certificate ?

Posted On 11/14/2017 8:46:16 PM by Tosh .

Yes they need birth certificate, even if you have a valid passport, because they dont know if you are born or not, and their embassy in India should attest it because they are tracking how many people are born in India

Posted On 11/14/2017 9:22:36 PM by Indian Friend

What is the value of Indian Embassy in Kuwait....

Our Embassy must look into this issue and resolve it.

For family visit and dependent it is ok, for parent and in law visa it is not only difficult but impossible...

All the best guys...

Posted On 11/15/2017 9:54:04 AM by Karuna Karan

I asked the Kuwaiti in the MOFA counter, the parents name are there in the passport then why are you asking for Birth Certificate, the answer is I can't put MOFA stamp/seal in the passport. Ok, thats why I have the relationship affidavit for my embassy.

Well MOFA dont respect this affidavit anymore. And I'm sure Indian embassy in Kuwait has no clue about this, if they know then they would have told me this Affidavit (7KD) is useless.

You know, nationals like Egyptians don't have to go through this procedure, they can directly get visit visa for wife/parents. This discrimination is for selected nationalities. Because we Indians are crooks according to them. Our embassy/PM should do more than conducting Yoga classes.

Posted On 11/15/2017 9:54:12 AM by Karuna Karan

I asked the Kuwaiti in the MOFA counter, the parents name are there in the passport then why are you asking for Birth Certificate, the answer is I can't put MOFA stamp/seal in the passport. Ok, thats why I have the relationship affidavit for my embassy.

Well MOFA dont respect this affidavit anymore. And I'm sure Indian embassy in Kuwait has no clue about this, if they know then they would have told me this Affidavit (7KD) is useless.

You know, nationals like Egyptians don't have to go through this procedure, they can directly get visit visa for wife/parents. This discrimination is for selected nationalities. Because we Indians are crooks according to them. Our embassy/PM should do more than conducting Yoga classes.

Posted On 11/16/2017 1:20:32 AM by Ali

@ Karuna Karan . I agree with u brother.

At-least Indian embassy would tell us that no need relation affidavit for visit visa anymore. but they do not want to lose 7kd....

Posted On 11/17/2017 11:39:22 PM by TP

Any idea how and where to get your birth certificate attested from India?

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