FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

FAQS

Q: Where can I get my documents Translated/ Countersigned ?

Q:

Where can I get my documents Translated/ Countersigned ?

Answer:

The documents can be got translated from the translators available in the court complex. These translated documents along with original documents are then submitted at the Suvidha Counter in the DC Office. These document are then sent to the office from which these are issued for verification and once that is done are countersigned by the Deputy Commissioner and returned within 15 days of receipt.

 

Q: Where can I get my Birth/ Death Registered ?

Q:

Where can I get my Birth/ Death Registered ?

Answer:

In case of rural areas :

All births and deaths are registered within 21 days in rural areas. The registeration is done by the patwaris after making an entry in the roznamcha or with the panchayay secretary. Certificate is also issued by the Patwari. The late registration is done in office of the Civil Surgeon, Fatehgarh Sahib on the payment of Govt fee.

For Urban Areas

Timely birth and deaths are registered with the concerned Municipal Committee. The late cases are accepted in the MC Office but are subsequently sent to the office of the SDM and then the Civil Surgeon for verification. The certificate is issued by the MC after deposition of Govt. fee . In case of late registration , documents required include proof of date of birth/ affidavit, certificate from dai or hospital where the birth took place.

 

Q: How to get a learning Driving License ?

Q:

How to get a Learner's Driving License ?

Answer:

Documents required for Learner's License:

  • Form No 1
  • Form No. 2
  • Address Proof
  • Date of Birth Proof

The forms of the learner's driving licences can be had from the vending shops in the DAC of the district  headquarters.  The learner's licence can be got made from DTO/SDM offices .

For the Permanent Driving Licence:

  • Learner's Licence
  • Form No. 7
  • Form No. 3

 

Q: How do I get my Marriage Registered ?

Q:

How do I get my Marriage Registered ?

Answer:

 

(A) If I and my Spouse are Hindu / Sikh / Jain / Budhist and both are domiciles of India ?

(B) If I or my Spouse are not Hindu / Sikh / Jain / Budhist ?
(C) If I or my Spouse are NRI's ?

 

 

(A) If I and my Spouse are Hindu / Sikh / Jain / Budhist and both are domiciles of India ?

Department Concerned

Revenue Department

Scope of Service

Concerned Tehsildar-cum Registrar of Marriages

Eligibility Conditions

i) Marriage solemnized already are registered under the Hindu Marriage Act.

ii) Either Bride or Bridegroom must be resident of the Tehsil in which the marriage is to be registered.

iii) At the time of marriage, the Bridegroom must have competed 21 years of age and the Bride must have completed 18 years of age.

iv). Both must be Hindus or of any religion clubbed with Hinduism under the Hindu Marriage Act.

Step by Step Procedure

At the time of Registration of Marriage, the applicant submits an application form Stamped with Court Fees of Rs. 1.25/- Marriage Registration Fees under Head No. 0070 in the Bank. This Marriage is regitered under the Hindu Marriage Act,1955 on identification by the village numberdar.

Check list of Documents

I.) Application of Prescribed Proforma

ii) Proof of Age of Bride and Bridegroom

iii) Statement of Bride-Bridegroom and their Parents.

iv) Schedule C and D

Verification Procedure

i) Certificate in Support of Age

ii) Marriage Ceremony Photographs

ii) Marriage Card or Any other Proof in support of solemnization of marriage.

Prescribed Time Schedule

No time limit is specified for marriage Registration. Registration is possible only after the above formalities are completed.

Addresses of Concerned Officers

Tehsildar-cum-Registrar of Marriages.

Fee Prescribed

Fees is to be deposited in the head 0070 through Form No. 32-a in the Bank.

Sanctioning Authority

Tehsildar-cum-Registrar of Marriages

 

(B) If I or my Spouse are not Hindu / Sikh / Jain / Budhist ?

Department Concerned

Office of Deputy Commissioner

Eligibility Conditions:

  • Marriage already solemnized is registered under The Special Marriage Act, 1954.
  • At least one of the Parties to the marriage must be resident of the District for a period of not less than 30 days from the date of the notice of intended marriage in which the marriage is to be registered.
  • At the time of marriage both the parties must have completed the age of 21 years at the time of registration of marriage.
  • The Parties should not be with in degrees of prohibited relationship.
  • A ceremony of marriage has been performed between the parties and they have been living together as husband and wife ever since.
  • Neither Party has at the time of registration more than one spouse living.
  • Neither Party is an idiot or a lunatic at the time of registration.

Step by Step Procedure:

The Parties to be marriage shall give notice of intended marriage in writing, in the form the Specified in the Second Schedule to the Marriage Officer of The District. The parties and three witnesses shall in presence of the marriage officer; sign a declaration in the form in the third schedule to this act and affix their combined photograph on the declarations. Registration fee of Rs 100/- is to be deposited with the marriage officer. The Marriage officer shall cause a notice of entered marriage to be published in two News Papers having world wide circulation and affixing a copy of notice at some conspicuous place in his office for calling objections if any. After expiration of thirty days from the date on which notice of an intended marriage has been published marriage will be registered in form fifth schedule after hearing the objections, if any, received within that period and such certificate shall be signed by the parties to the marriage and three witnesses. Unless it has been previously objected by any person.

Check List of Documents:

  • Application in notice of intended marriage in second schedule.
  • Proof of Age of Bride and Bridegroom.
  • Declaration by the Parties in presence of three witnesses in the form third schedule to this act in the presence of the marriage officer.
  • Proof of Marriage solemnization.
  • Proof of Residence.

Verification Procedure:

  • Summoning and enforcing the attendance of witnesses and examining them on oath.
  • Discovery and Inspection.
  • Compelling the production of documents.
  • Reception of evidence of affidavits and
  • Issuing commissions for the examination of witnesses.

Prescribed Time Schedule:

No Time Limit is specified for registration of marriage. Registration is possible only after the above formalities are completed.

Addresses of Concerned Officers:

Deputy Commissioner cum Marriage Officer.

Fee Prescribed:

Registration fee of Rs 100/- is to be deposited by the parties with the marriage officer.

Sanctioning Authority:

Deputy Commissioner cum Marriage Officer.

 

(C) If I or my Spouse are NRI's ?

 

Department Concerned

Office of Deputy Commissioner

Eligibility Conditions:

  • Marriage already solemnized is registered under The Special Marriage Act, 1954.
  • At least one of the Parties to the marriage must be resident of the District for a period of not less than 30 days from the date of the notice of intended marriage in which the marriage is to be registered.
  • At the time of marriage both the parties must have completed the age of 21 years at the time of registration of marriage.
  • The Parties should not be with in degrees of prohibited relationship.
  • A ceremony of marriage has been performed between the parties and they have been living together as husband and wife ever since.
  • Neither Party has at the time of registration more than one spouse living.
  • Neither Party is an idiot or a lunatic at the time of registration.

Step by Step Procedure:

The Parties to be marriage shall give notice of intended marriage in writing, in the form the Specified in the Second Schedule to the Marriage Officer of The District. The parties and three witnesses shall in presence of the marriage officer; sign a declaration in the form in the third schedule to this act and affix their combined photograph on the declarations. Registration fee of Rs 100/- is to be deposited with the marriage officer. The Marriage officer shall cause a notice of entered marriage to be published in two News Papers having world wide circulation and affixing a copy of notice at some conspicuous place in his office for calling objections if any. After expiration of thirty days from the date on which notice of an intended marriage has been published marriage will be registered in form fifth schedule after hearing the objections, if any, received within that period and such certificate shall be signed by the parties to the marriage and three witnesses. Unless it has been previously objected by any person.

Check List of Documents:

  • Application in notice of intended marriage in second schedule.
  • Proof of Age of Bride and Bridegroom.
  • Declaration by the Parties in presence of three witnesses in the form third schedule to this act in the presence of the marriage officer.
  • Proof of Marriage solemnization.
  • Proof of Residence.

Verification Procedure:

  • Summoning and enforcing the attendance of witnesses and examining them on oath.
  • Discovery and Inspection.
  • Compelling the production of documents.
  • Reception of evidence of affidavits and
  • Issuing commissions for the examination of witnesses.

Prescribed Time Schedule:

No Time Limit is specified for registration of marriage. Registration is possible only after the above formalities are completed.

Addresses of Concerned Officers:

Deputy Commissioner cum Marriage Officer.

Fee Prescribed:

Registration fee of Rs 100/- is to be deposited by the parties with the marriage officer.

Sanctioning Authority:

Deputy Commissioner cum Marriage Officer.

 

 

Q:How Can I get a Ration Card issued.?

Q:

How Can I get a Ration Card issued.?

Answer:

The ration card is issued by the office of DFSC(District Food and Civil Supplies Controller). The applicant has to fill a form available in the above mentioned office in duplicate along with single photograph of all the members of the family in whose name the ration card is to be issued. This application is then forwarded to the area inspector for veriication and consequently, the ration card is issued . For addition or deletion of names from the ration cards, the same procedure is followed.

 

Q:How can I get an Arms License ?

Q:

How can I get an Arms License ?

Answer:

An applicant has to fill in a form available with the form vendor while applying for an arms licence. This application is submitted at the Suvidha Counter in the DC office along with the fees and is then sent to the office of SSP for verification. Upon receiving police report, the licence is issued and the applicant is given one year's time to purchase the arms. In case he is unable to purchase an arm within this time, the licence stands cancelled automatically. This licence, once issued has to be renewed every three years .

If the police verification report is in favour of applicant, after being considered and approved in the DC office, the new licence is issued to the applicant.

The documents required are :-

  • Application form schedule 3-A
  • Receipt of deposited fee of 3-A
  • 3 attested passport size photographs.
  • Medical Certificate issued by SMO/CMO.
  • Affidavit attested by EM.
  • Attested copy of Voter-list.
  • Residential Proof.
  • Police Report
  • No Objection Certificate from Wild life authorities for designated areas.
  • Attested copy of Ration - Card
  • Matric Certificate.

Arms licence needs to be renewed after every three years. For this, the procedure which needs to be followed is given below:-

  • Application in prescribed Performa.
  • Inspection of Arms is necessary by the officer - in- charge in the DC's Office/SDM concerned.
  • Original Copy of 32-A as proof of submission of fee.
  • Residential proof.

 

 

Q: Where and how can I get my new vehicle registered ?

Q:

Where and how can I get my new vehicle registered ?

Answer:

The new non commercial vehicle can be got registered with the office of SDM in the subdivision. Any type of vehicle can be registered in the office of DTO.

Documents required for registration :

  • 20 No form
  • Sale Letter
  • Bill
  • Road Worthy Certificate
  • Temporary Registration
  • Chasis Trace
  • Address/ Residence Proof.
  • Copy of Insurance Document

 

 

 
 
 
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