Being a litigant is itself a chain of upsetting affairs and being an NRI litigant is more than that. If we talk about hurdles for NRI litigants in India, there is no end owing to manifold reasons. It is undeniable to say that the vast majority of NRI litigants find it difficult to travel to India for the sole purpose of litigation. Being involved in the profession we understand that how difficult litigation is in India for Indian people living overseas. We, Aggarwals & Associates consists a team of NRI Lawyers in Chandigarh who possess the prowess to tackle legal issues which are experienced by foreign nationals in India.
What does data collected by Aggarwals & Associates‘s NRI Lawyers in Chandigarh say?
As per the data, most of the Indians from the NRI hub states like Punjab, Haryana, and Gujarat immigrated to foreign countries such as Canada, Australia, USA and UK etc. in the past decade. Besides this, as per the census of 2016, the total Indo-Canadian population is 13, 74,710 which covers 3.9 % of the Canadian population. People of Punjabi origin nearly cover 50 % of Indo- Canadian population in Canada. Similarly, as per the data collected in the year 2018, the population of Indian Australians is 5, 92,000 in Australia, and accordingly, it acquires 2.4 % of the Australian population. Resultantly, it is plain as a pikestaff that a person having Indian roots residing in any foreign nation may have litigation in India whether it is criminal or civil.
How many categories of Indian foreigners exist?
On the flipside, Indians who are citizens of other foreign countries can acquire Overseas Citizenship of India by fulfilling certain conditions under Citizenship Act, and these people fall under the category of OCI Cardholder. However, the basic legal purpose behind categorizing the people living abroad is levying income tax and entitlement of other property as well as constitutional rights.
How Aggarwals & Associates‘s NRI Lawyers in Chandigarh can become your helping hand?
We are aware that it is not easy to travel to India again and again just to pursue legal matters in India, so we are obligated to give you the finest solutions to all your legal issues and handling your litigation wholeheartedly without your travel to India.
A Global network of our NRI Criminal Lawyers in Chandigarh:-
Our areas of expertise in NRI Legal Services in Chandigarh:-
- Defending and representation in Civil, Criminal, Matrimonial and Property matters etc.
- Quashing of FIRs under false dowry harassment cases
- Filing of Writ Petitions in passport related matters
- NRI divorce
- Regular bail
- Anticipatory Bail
- Property matters
- Registration of Will Deed
- Power of Attorney
- Filing of probate
- Obtaining succession certificate
- Obtaining Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI Card)
- International adoption
What are the major issues faced by the NRIs?
The major problems confronted by the NRIs include confusion over legal rights, property matters, matrimonial legal issues, business matters, and travel to India exclusively for litigation, delay in process etc. We provide the best NRI Legal Services in Chandigarh to mitigate all the issues being faced by the NRI litigants in India.
Can an NRI acquire property in India?
Yes, as per the latest guidelines, NRIs and OCI cardholders can acquire immovable property in India other than agricultural property, farmhouse, or plantation. Even a foreign national who is married to an NRI or OCI cardholder can acquire one immovable property jointly with his/her spouse. However, citizens of some foreign countries such as Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Shri Lanka etc. can’t be involved in property transactions without prior permission from the RBI.
What is the difference between an NRI and OCI Cardholder?
The basic distinction between the two is that NRI (Non-Resident Indian) is a person who holds an Indian Passport while living in a foreign country whereas, an Indian who got citizenship of another country, and further got OCI Card by fulfilling the eligibility criteria under the Citizenship Act is called to be Overseas Citizen of India. It is relevant to point out here that an Indian who has lived for atleast 6 months on foreign land is considered as an NRI.
Why we have expertise in NRI Legal Services in Chandigarh?
Our team of advocates for NRI Legal Services in Chandigarh is able to direct the clients in the right direction to resolve their matter swiftly and without coming to India. We have vast experience in handling those legal issues, thus, committed to save the time and energy of the NRI litigants by alleviating the troubles as well as the annoyance of visiting the Indian Courts.
How to select the law firm for Best NRI Legal Services in Chandigarh?
An experienced team, a record of serving international clients, transparent process, and honest advice are some crucial factors to be considered before availing the NRI legal services from any law firm. We, Aggarwals & Associates consists of a team of NRI Lawyers in Chandigarh, who have wide knowledge in this arena as well as experience in handling the end number of cases of overseas clients.
Why choose Aggarwals & Associates for NRI legal services?
The first-rate experience in dealing with that kind of matters stands us at the prime position. Apart from this, we have alliances with various top-notch law firms in foreign countries like Canada, Australia, the United States of America, and New Zealand etc., which help us to serve our international clientele with more efficiency.