MHA to Launch Helpline for Citizenship Under CAA-2019

MHA to Launch Helpline for Citizenship Under CAA-2019
MHA to Launch Helpline for Citizenship Under CAA-2019
MHA to Launch Helpline for Citizenship Under CAA-2019
MHA to Launch Helpline for Citizenship Under CAA-2019

MHA to Launch Helpline for Citizenship Under CAA-2019

MHA to Launch Helpline for Citizenship Under CAA-2019….image/representative

MHA to Launch Helpline for Citizenship Under CAA-2019

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has announced the forthcoming launch of helpline numbers to aid applicants seeking Indian citizenship under the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 (CAA-2019). The initiative aims to provide free assistance and information related to CAA-2019, accessible nationwide from 8 am to 8 pm.

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In a recent development, the MHA notified CAA Rules 2024, paving the way for the removal of legal barriers hindering the rehabilitation and citizenship process for eligible individuals. This move is poised to offer a dignified life to refugees who have endured decades of suffering.

The notification of the CAA Rules 2024 by the MHA signifies a significant step towards providing relief to persecuted individuals from Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, belonging to six minority communities: Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis, and Christians. These individuals can now seek Indian citizenship through an online portal, mobile app, and helpline services, ensuring a more accessible and streamlined application process.

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The web portal, “Indian Citizenship Online Portal,” launched by the MHA, serves as a dedicated platform for eligible non-Muslim migrants to submit their applications. Applicants who had sought shelter in India before December 31, 2014, can utilize this portal to initiate their citizenship requests.

Moreover, the introduction of a mobile app, ‘CAA-2019,’ further simplifies the application process, allowing individuals to apply conveniently through their smartphones. The combination of online platforms and helpline services underscores the government’s commitment to facilitating the citizenship process and supporting applicants at every stage.

To ensure transparency and efficiency, the online application process requires the submission of various documents, including those issued by government authorities in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Additionally, applicants must provide evidence of their entry into India before the stipulated cut-off date.

Furthermore, the eligibility criteria encompass diverse categories, accommodating individuals of Indian origin, spouses of Indian citizens, minor children of Indian citizens, and more. The comprehensive framework outlined by the MHA aims to streamline the citizenship process and provide a clear pathway for eligible individuals seeking refuge and security in India.

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