Answered on November 24,2020
If its not applicable to you, leave that. You have to give your ID number issued by the Country of residence, and the number of days stay in India during the previous year and four years preceeding the previous year.
Answered on February 10,2020
As per Article 1 of DTAA, the benefit of a DTAA agreement will be applicable only for a resident. Thus a Non-Resident cannot claim relief under Sections 90, 90A and 91. Therefore, a non-resident should not fill the FSI and TR Schedule. Schedule FA is not applicable for a Non-Resident. It must be filed by residents in India who own foreign assets abroad.
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Best Practices while applying for Government services online
1. Check whether you are eligible to apply for this service.
2. Check the documents required for application before applying.
3. Keep the documents in one folder for ease of access.
4. In case of any doubts, check whether the queries are already answered. You can check the FAQ section of the department website or use platforms like Tesz for this purpose.
5. Once you have applied, note down the application number to track the status.
6. Check the time required for the completion of the service. If the service is not completed within the due time, track the status online or reach out to the department.