Annexure G for passport for Indian citizens

A passport is an essential travel document for those who are travelling abroad for education, pilgrimage, tourism, business purposes, medical attendance and family visits. Thanks to the growing economy and globalization these past years, Ministry of External Affairs has simplified its procedures for issuing passport according to Regional Passport Officer S. Maniswara Raja to meet the demand of  passport and related services. The change in procedures has come into force from September 1.

How many types of annexures for an Indian passport?

Till now, there are 14 types of annexures that Indian passport holders can apply:

Annexure G for passport for Indian citizens

  • Annexure A: Affidavit of date of birth to be submitted by illiterate applicants.
  • Annexure B: Identity certificate.
  • Annexure C: Affidavit for a passport of a minor by either parent (who are separated but not formally divorced).
  • Annexure D for passport for Indian citizens: Affidavit for lady applicant for change of name after marriage.
  • Annexure E: Change in name/deed poll/sworn affidavit.
  • Annexure F: Verification certificate for tatkal passports.
  • Annexure G: Declaration of parent/guardian for minor passports (consent from one parent).
  • Annexure H: Declaration of parent/guardian for a minor’s passport.
  • Annexure I: Standard affidavit.
  • Annexure J: Specimen verification certificate.
  • Annexure K: Specimen affidavit for issue or re-issue of passport that was obtained prior to marriage, by married applicants who are unable to provide the prescribed marriage certificate or joint affidavit with spouse due to marital discord, separation or without formal divorce decree by the court or due to total desertion by the spouse.
  • Annexure L: Specimen affidavit for a passport in lieu of lost/damaged passport.
  • Annexure M: No objection certificate.
  • Annexure N: Prior intimation letter.

Who Should Make An Annexure G Certificate?

Any individual who works under the State or Central Government of India should enclose Annexure ‘G’ along with other documents and passport application.

How to Make Annexure G Certificate?

Annexure G is issued by the concerned officer of the Administrative /Controlling authority in which the applicant is employed. The issuing authority would attest the applicant’s photo with the signature and rubber stamp partially on the photograph and on the certificate.

What Details Should Be Included?

Annexure G for passport for Indian citizens

The following details should be included in Annexure ‘G’.

  • The name of the applicant and the applicant’s father’s name
  • The applicant’s designation
  • The date of joining the service in the concerned department
  • The name of the department or office or Ministry under which the applicant is currently employed
  • The signature and contact details of the officer or authority who gives the no-objection certificate

How to download Annexure G?

To download this form, please click the button “Download” below.

Is Annexure G necessary for a government-aided (run by private management) teacher in Goa while applying for a passport?

Annexure ‘G’ is applicable only to employees of the government and their various departments. Unless your appointment letter is from the state or central government and your salary is paid directly by the state or central government, you are not considered a government employee. Same applies for trusts receiving aid from the state or central government.


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