How to get Domicile Certificate in Karnataka?
- Documents Required for Domicile Certificate in Karnataka
- Eligibility Criteria for Domicile Certificate in Karnataka
- Apply Online for Domicile Certificate in Karnataka
- Track Status of Domicile Certificate in Karnataka
- Apply Offline for Domicile Certificate in Karnataka
- Apply through CSC
- Get Domicile Certificate in Digilocker
- Time Required for Domicile Certificate in Karnataka
- Issuing Authority
- Application Forms
|Name of the Service||Domicile Certificate in Karnataka|
|Beneficiaries||Citizens of Karnataka|
|Online Application Link||Click Here|
A domicile certificate is an official statement provided to the citizen by the state government confirming the residence of the applicant. The domicile certificate proves that the person is staying in a particular place for such a long time. And the individual is the permanent resident of that particular place or state.
Domicile Certificate can be made only in one State/UT. Obtaining Domicile Certificate from more than one State/UT is an offence.
Documents Required for Domicile Certificate in Karnataka
Address Proof: Any 1 of Passport / Water Bill / Ration Card / Aadhaar Card / Voter ID Card / Telephone Bill / Driving License / Electricity Bill / Property Tax Receipt / Extracts of 7/12 and 8 A/ Rent Receipt
Identity Proof: Any 1 of PAN Card / Passport / RSBY Card / Aadhaar Card / Voter ID Card / MNREGA Job Card / Driving License / Photo of Applicant / Identity card issued by Govt or Semi Govt organisations
Age Proof (In Case of Minor): Any 1 of Birth Certificate / School Leaving Certificate / Extract from primary school entry
Other Documents (if required) : Any 1 of Water Bill,Ration Card/ Rent Receipt/ Voter List Fee/ Telephone Bill/ Electricity Bill/ Marriage certificate/ Property Tax Receipt/ Property Registration Fee/ Residence Proof of Husband/ Extracts of 7/12 and 8 A/ Rent Receipt
Self Declaration from the applicant
Eligibility Criteria for Domicile Certificate in Karnataka
The applicant should have been a permanent resident in the state of Karnataka for the last six years.
Apply Online for Domicile Certificate in Karnataka
Follow the below steps to obtain Domicile Certificate online.
Go to Nadakacheri's home page and click on “Online Application”.
Choose "Apply Online" from the drop-down menu.
Enter the Mobile number.
Click on "Get OTP" to receive OTP on your mobile number.
Click on ‘New Request’.
Choose Residence/Domicile Certificate and then it will prompt whether you require a certificate in English or Kannada.
Enter user details, all fields shown in Red are compulsory.
Select the mode of delivery, as Nadakacheri or Registered Post
And upload the required documents for the Income certificate. Red colour labels indicate compulsory fields and the remaining fields are optional but need to be produced for the easy and fast process of applications. And then click on ‘Save’ to save or ‘Cancel’ for cancellation.
Click on the ‘Save’ button, then will generate ACK no, and the user will receive the same ACK no to his mobile.
Click the ‘OK’ button, then click on the ‘Online Payment’ button to pay the application fees. Then will show the following message as below. Click ‘OK’ to proceed or ‘Cancel’ to cancel the payment.
On the bill payment page, choose the card payment: Credit Cards, Internet Banking, Debit Cards, Select the Card Type, and click on ‘Make Payment’.
Provide required details then click on ‘Make Payment’.
The application will be accepted only after successful online payment of application fees. After successful payment, ACK no. will appear in concerned Nadakacheri’s for further process of application. And final certificate will be obtained from the concerned Nadakacheri centre.
Track Status of Domicile Certificate in Karnataka
Follow the below steps to track the status of the Domicile certificate in Karnataka.
Visit Nadakacheri website
Click on "Online Application"
From the drop-down menu, select "Application Status"
Enter the Acknowledgment number that starts with RD.
Click on "Get Status" to know the status of your application
Apply Offline for Domicile Certificate in Karnataka
Follow the below steps to apply offline for a Domicile certificate in Karnataka.
Submit it at the nearest Nadakacheri or Municipal or Revenue office.
Apply through CSC
Follow the below steps to apply through CSC for a Domicile certificate in Karnataka.
Get Domicile Certificate in Digilocker
For getting Nadakacheri documents like caste certificate, income certificate in Digilocker, you need to create a Digi locker account.
If you already have a Digi locker account, please follow the below steps.
Visit Digilocker website
Click on Sign in to proceed
Enter your Username and Password in the fields given. Click on the Sign-in button to Login to your Digi locker account.
Enter your Aadhaar number and click on verify button get OTP in your Aadhaar linked mobile number and enter the OTP received on your mobile to Login into your Digi locker account
Click on the Issued Documents. Click on Check Partners Section to begin
Select partner name as "Revenue Department- Nadakacheri, Karnataka" and service as "Domicile Certificate".
After selection of respective service, enter the Acknowledgment Number that you have got while applying for the required certificate. And click on the accept checkbox.
Click on Get Document
Your required document will be fetched and Linked with DigiLocker Account.
Now, click on the issued documents
Click 'View Document' to view the required document.
Time Required for Domicile Certificate in Karnataka
It will take 7 days to obtain Domicile Certificate, once the application is submitted.
You need to pay Rs. 45 for getting a Domicile Certificate in Karnataka.
Domicile certificate is issued by the Revenue or Municipal Authorities in the Revenue Department. The place of the Issuing authority should correspond to the place of domicile of the candidate/father/mother.
You can find a list of common Domicile Certificate Karnataka queries and their answer in the link below.
Domicile Certificate Karnataka queries and its answers
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