Indian Additional Particular Form for Visa, PIO, or OCI card

Easily fill Additional Particulars form for Indian visa, OCI or PIO card application. Declaration about court cases, Pakistan national cards required.

Written by AM22Tech Team
  AM22Tech Team    Updated 23 Feb, 24

The Additional Particulars Form for an Indian Visa is necessary for individuals applying for a visa at an Indian embassy.

This form is needed if you are applying for:

  • Indian visa for travel, work, or any other purpose
  • OCI (Overseas Citizen of India) card
  • PIO (Person of Indian origin) card

The additional particulars form is complex and you need to fill in a lot of information about your background. Indian embassy can reject your application if you hide any critical data points.

The sample form is available on the VFS global website here and you can fill it out yourself. If you would like to use our app to fill and validate everything, you can use it here:

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The app validates all the data makes sure that no information is left unchecked and helps avoid denials by the Indian government.

Do I need to provide information about my Parents and grandparents?

Yes, the Indian additional particulars form does need information about your parents and grandparents if they have ever been citizens of Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Bhutan, China, Nepal, or Sri Lanka in the past (including today).

You should fill in the dates of citizenship for each person including your Father, mother, grandfather, and grandmother.

Do I need to declare the National ID of Pakistan?

You should declare if you, your father, or your mother ever held or are currently holding Pakistan’s national ID card.

These can be either NICOP (National Identity Card for Overseas Pakistanis) or POC (Pakistan Origin Card).

What is a person of Indian Origin?

A person of Indian origin is someone who was born in India but now has taken up citizenship in a non-Indian country.


Written by AM22Tech Team
  AM22Tech Team