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Obtain a Domicile Certificate: Sikkim

Eligibility

In Sikkim, the DomicileCcertificate is called the Certificate of Identification. Persons eligible to get the Domicile Certificate are:

         Any person whose father/ husband/ paternal grandfather/ brother from the same father possesses SSC;

         Any person whose father/ husband or he/she himself/herself has landed property in rural areas of Sikkim either in the Old Land records of 1952-54 or the new ones of 1977-79;

         Any person whose father/ husband or he/she himself/herself was in regular Government service of Sikkim on or before 31st December 1969 and any person whose father possesses a Citizenship Certificate.

Concerned Authority

All District Collectors Offices in Sikkim are the concerned authorities providing the certificate. One has to collect the form for COI Certificate from the respective single window counter and the filled form has to be submitted there.

The following attested/ certified documents are to be submitted by the applicant:

         Attested Copies of Sikkim Subject Certificate/ Parcha of Land/ Service Appointment Order/ Citizenship Certificate.

         Panchayat verification report included in the form.

         School Certificate/ Birth Certificate or Voter Card.

         Area MLA recommendation for urban areas.

         Two passport sized photographs of the applicant.

         One passport sized photograph of the guardian.

Note:

After submitting the duly filled in form to the District Collectorate, photostat copies of the form are sent to the Intelligence Bureau and to the Superintendent of Police of the Concerned District for verification. After the verification process is over and if the matter is genuine, the certificate is awarded by the District Collectorate.



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