Religion change falls under the right to freedom of expression and therefore is your fundamental right
In India, Freedom of Religion is one of the fundamental rights guaranteed by the constitution. India is a secular country where changing religion is legal and anyone can practice and propagate their religion without any restrictions. IndiaTax offers the best religion change service at all the three stages which include creating the affidavit, publishing the advertisement and gazette procedure.
An affidavit on a stamp paper of minimum value Rs.10. The original newspaper copy in which the advertisement was published Original conversion certificate from the respective religious institution. The prescribed application (proforma) in printed format duly signed by the application and two witnesses and declaration. Two passport size photographs. Photocopies of valid ID proof ( PAN card/ Aadhar card/ Voter ID/ Passport) A request letter along with the registration fee to the authority
An affidavit on a stamp paper, minimum value should be Rs.10. The original newspaper cutting of the name change advertisement. A prescribed perform in printed format duly signed by the applicant and two witnesses. Two passport size photographs. Photocopies of valid ID proof ( PAN card, Aadhar card or passport) A CD with a soft copy of the application in .docx format duly filled. A letter stating that the content in the hard and soft copy of the application is true. A request letter along with the registration fee to the authority
Also, its recommended to retain the copies of the published newspaper for future reference.
A Name Change advertisement in a newspaper usually contains all the details listed below:
The old name of the applicant
The new name of the applicant
Age of the applicant
Number of the affidavit for name change created prior by the applicant
Central Gazette is a better option to publish your name change advertisement and for government employees, it is a mandatory step. You need to send the following documents to the department of publication
Yes, it is mandatory to submit a copy of the conversion certificate while applying for religion change in India
Yes, the Indian law confers upon the citizen the right to practice and profess any religion. Hence, a citizen can change his religion whenever he wishes
Here at IndiaTax, we take about 6-8 weeks to get your gender change notification complete in the Gazette of India
Yes, while making an application for religion change there need to be a witness to sign the application form. The witnesses cannot be your blood relatives