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Annexure-M Certificate For Passport

Owing to a slew of changes in the passport provisions by the Ministry of External Affairs, we have discontinued all passport related services till we update the website with new forms. We regret the Inconvenience.

Annexure M is a No Objection Certificate that has to be submitted along with a person’s passport application. It is usually made for the purpose of flagging a no-objection to obtaining the passport from the Department head or office or Ministry under which the applicant is employed.

Who Should Make An Annexure M Certificate?

Annexure M should be made by any person who is an Indian national, employed under the State or Central Government of India.

How To Make Annexure M Certificate?

Annexure M is a No Objection Certificate issued by the concerned officer of the Controlling/Administrative authority in which the applicant is employed. The issuing office should attest the photograph of the applicant with his/her signature and rubber stamp in such a way that half the signature and stamp appear on the photograph and half on the certificate.

What Details Should Be Included?

The Annexure M should include the following details:

  • The applicant’s name and the applicant’s father’s name
  • The designation of the applicant
  • 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

Get Your Annexure-M

Annexure M is a certificate that is needed while applying for the passport by a person who is employed with a State or Central Government service. It is a no-objection certificate by the department to the applicant desiring to gain a passport. Hence, if you are in the government service and are planning to apply for the passport, you will need to get your Annexure M from the department where you work. We have pre-drafted a sample of Annexure M – NOC certificate for your reference, which is exactly the same as the one recommended by the Passport office. Click the button below to view the document.

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