Indian Origin

A person of Indian origin keeps the country at the core of all activities. Making India proud despite being away from it is one of the common values of such people. They are like ambassadors of the country in foreign land.


Person of Indian Origin (PIO) means a citizen of any country other than Pakistan or Bangladesh who had (a) at any time held Indian passport or (b) he, she or either of his parents or grandparents were a citizen of India by virtue of the Constitution of India or the Citizenship Act, 1955 or (c) the person might have been a citizen of India but now has taken citizenship of another country. One’s birth certificate mentioning parents' name is proof of Indian origin. There have been numerous Indian success stories of people of Indian origin that inspire to work hard and achieve.

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