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Help please for my son's community certificate

Discussion in 'General Discussions - USA & Canada' started by Imaya, Oct 4, 2007.

  1. Imaya

    Imaya New IL'ite

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    Hi all,

    I read this thread and would like to post my queries here.

    We live here in US for last 7yrs. Now we'd like to relocate to India. So as a first step we sent our first son to India who is living with my parents. For his school admission he is being asked for 'community certificate'. I should mention that my son is born in US and has a US passport/PIO card.

    How to get community certificate for my son born in US? My community certificate which I got in my childhood has details about my B'day and birthplace in India.

    Has anybody gone thro' this situation

    Please help
     
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  2. Varloo

    Varloo Gold IL'ite

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    Hello Imaya,
    I think Community Certificate is necessary only for communities which have some form of reservation. Please check that.
     
  3. ramyanand

    ramyanand Silver IL'ite

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    Hi imaya
    as varloo said community certifcate is needed only for a grp and that too for a kid born in US,i think schools will never ask for community certificate..even otherwise they dont ask..i remember, i filled only in the column of the appln for my kid and they didnt ask for a sep copy..For further clarifications u can contact the local tasildar off..They can help u..

    cheers
    Ramya
     

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