Why should we get an Indian passport?
A couple of months ago, I got a letter from a friend who wanted to make an offer to buy an Indian ID card for a friend.
I thought, “Oh, that’s not a good idea, and I will do it myself.
This is a bad idea.
This can ruin my career.”
And I thought to myself, “No, this can’t happen to me.”
A couple of years later, I was in a different place, having a lot of family in India.
I was able to get an ID card that would allow me to move to a new state in India, but there was a problem.
If I wanted to buy a new passport, I had to prove that I was an Indian citizen.
I had no idea what was required to be a citizen in India anymore, so I decided to make this card up myself.
I had my first problem.
My Indian passport is in my bank account, and the Indian government doesn’t want me to use it.
I’m not sure if the Indian consulate has the passport.
The only way I can get my passport is to go to the nearest government office, which is a lot harder than getting it in India (and it’s even harder to get in Delhi).
And this is where the trouble began.
First, the problem of identity verification.
I found out the hard way that this is a very, very difficult process.
I am a citizen of the United States of America.
I don’t need an Indian government ID.
I can prove that.
But the only thing that I can do is write an application to the government and show proof that I am not a U.S. citizen.
My application has to be filled out, and signed by a U, S., citizen.
So, I have to fill out three forms: I have a copy of my driver’s license or ID card; I have two forms of birth certificate; and I have three forms of social security card.
The forms are in different formats, and they are different for every state.
My first attempt was to sign an application in the local language, which took me several minutes.
Then I tried to sign in the U.K. but was unsuccessful.
Then, I tried signing in the United Kingdom, but I had difficulty.
Finally, I turned to an Indian website and found the instructions for obtaining an ID.
It’s pretty hard to go online and write a complete application, but here’s how I did it.
My name is Shai Kumar, I’m 22 years old.
I lived in the US for the past five years.
My mother is an American citizen and my father is an Indian.
I have Indian parents who are both from India, so my mother is Indian, my father Indian.
All my friends are from India.
My parents’ family is Indian.
So I was born and raised in India and lived for a long time in India before coming to America.
The first time I used my American passport was at the DMV.
I got my first ID card in January.
When I came to the US, I bought a card in the name of Shai, which was not my real name, and presented it to the DMV office.
The DMV officer, who was very nice and gave me the card, said, “We don’t have an ID for you.
We have a valid form.”
The next day, I went to the bank to withdraw money.
The bank clerk said, No, you can’t do that, you need a UCC (valid passport) and a UBC (United States passport) that are two forms.
They said, OK, and after that, I didn’t have to do any further paperwork.
The process to get my ID card took a couple of hours, but it wasn’t too difficult.
I only had to fill in three forms.
One form was a driver’s test, another was my Social Security card, and a third was the photo ID.
The process was pretty easy.
My friends were waiting outside of the DMV, and we just walked into the office and presented the forms.
We took photos of all the documents that we needed.
Then we waited.
When the time came, we were asked to fill the forms and wait for the ID to be scanned by the staff.
I didn-and we didn’t-have to pay any money.
Then the staff scanned the photo IDs.
The staff said, Now we have the photo.
The ID was scanned and the clerk gave us a receipt that was signed by the employee.
We got the ID and the receipt.
My friends, who were in the DMV offices that day, were very friendly.
They just told me, “Thank you for the card.
We will give you another card when you get the ID card.”
I was really happy.
I could now do something that was so easy.
I did have one more problem.
I needed an ID in my name to move out of the US. I