The wait is over & now the complete draft NRC will going to published on 30th June 2018. Firstly part draft NRC has been published on 31st December 2017 as a 1st phase. After that, the government has started a process named nrcassamhearing. It is for those who have not found their names in the first phase. So that they can re-apply or correction it in the 2nd phase or complete draft. Now the main thing is that what to do if the name is not included again in the complete draft. Do not need to worry if it happens again. The people have again right to file claims & Objections. In this article, we will discuss all the topics about NRC claims and Objections Phase.
My Name is Not Included in the Complete Draft NRC, What to Do?
NRC Assam Co-Ordinator said that it is a draft that we will be publishing first. After that, people can file claims and objections; claims will be filed by those whose names do not appear & objections will be filed against people whose names appear on the list.
When will NRC Claims and Objections Phase Start?
The process of Claims and Objections will start after the publication of Complete Draft NRC. There are different advertisements will be issued about the schedule & the manner of submission of Claims and Objections. All the genuine Citizens of India as per cut-off date of 24th March 1971 (midnight), will be included in the Final NRC. Also, the people will get an opportunity to file objections against the inclusion of any ineligible person. People should know that claims and objections are two different processes.
Whose names do not appear on the list they can file claims & whose names appear they can file objections
Documents Required for NRC Claims and Objections
- The NRC of 1951 & ER(Electoral Roll) upto 24th March midnight of 1971 is enough
- If you do not have these, then you have to go for admissible documents which will prove you to be part of NRC
In what cases people can appeal to NRC Claims and Objections?
- If you mistakenly submitted the wrong legacy instead of correct legacy data, then you can apply for this
- Wrong Legacy Data Code in NRC application form
- If the surname was wrongly published in the draft updated NRC
- Any spelling mistake of Draft NRC.
- Have some other admissible documents in hands while the previous documents were rejected
- Not appear or forgot to include the name of a family member