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Proposal To Revoke Violators’ Passports Under Draft Indian Law

Emigration Bill moots Rs10,000 fine; exempts long-time overseas Indians from registering.

Indians flying abroad for employment and education, who fail to register their details with their government, may have their passports revoked, suspended or cancelled if a new law is approved, Gulf News can reveal.

The draft Emigration Bill, 2019, has also mooted a fine of not less than Rs10,000 (DhDh515.5) on those who fail to register, as per the 51-page Bill posted on the website of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).

Read it at Gulf News

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