What does NRI mean?
Non-Resident Indian is an individual who is a citizen of Indian or a person of Indian origin but is not a resident of India.
Is NRI an Indian citizen?
The term NRI loosely refers to all Indians residing outside the country, However, an NRI is an Indian citizen holding an Indian passport, but residing outside the country.
What is NRI and OCI?
The NRI status can be given to citizens who live abroad but have roots in India, either through their parents or guardians. OCI (Overseas Citizen of India), on the other hand, are foreigners or citizens who want to work or study within the Indian territory.
Which country has the most NRI?
Indians living in Saudi Arabia make for 9.8 percent of the total populations, thus being the highest expatriate population in the country.
Is green card holder an NRI?
People of Indian origin having foreign nationality and residing in foreign countries including green card holders are not considered as NRIs for the purpose of allowing insurance.