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Applying a PAN card could be very confusing for a NRI, thus our goal is to offer a simplified step-by-step assistance from start to end, answers to all your questions, provide forms, samples, instructions, make rupee bank draft, get notarization done, submit your case to the Govt & follow-up till you get your PAN card at your Indian or foreign location.

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What is a PAN?
Permanent account number is a unique ID issued by the tax department of India to individuals and companies, with which the department tracks their financial transactions, etc.

What does it contain?

It reflects your unique permanent account number, name, father's name, signature, photo, date of birth, etc.

Is it mandatory?
Yes. It is even compulsory for a NRI to quote his PAN no in various Indian financial transactions.

Do I file tax in India, if I get one?
No! You pay taxes only if you are making income here.

  Fees: One Flat fee of Rs.3000 (approx $49). Includes Govt charges too.  
  Time: 5-6 days to get a PAN number & physical delivery will take 15-20 days.  
  Process: Start your process below to get PAN kit containing forms + samples + easy instructions + a dedicated executive to handle your case from start to finish; till you successfully get your NRI PAN card abroad.  


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