Karnataka domicile certificate is an official document provided by the Karnataka Government to recognize the residence of a citizen. This certificate will be issued by the Revenue Department Officer under the respective Taluk Office. In this article, we look at the procedure for obtaining domicile certificate in Karnataka.
Need for Obtaining Domicile Certificate
The following aspects substantiate the importance of obtaining domicile certificate:
- The citizens can avail the benefit of quotas in educational institutions.
- Enables people to get preference in Government Services.
- Students can claim a scholarship for their education.
- The document proves the residential status of a citizen in a state.
To apply for a Karnataka domicile certificate, the applicant should have been a permanent resident in the state for at least 6 years from a given year.
The applicant has to submit the following documents to obtain the domicile certificate:
- Residential Address
- Ration Card No
- Residential proof
- Voter ID
- House Tax receipt
- Details or papers of property owned by the applicant’s parents or guardian.
- Birth Certificate
Note:- If the applicant’s age is less than 18 years, the domicile of the father is essential.
Eligible citizens can apply for a domicile certificate by following the procedures specified below:
Step 1:- Download the application form and fill it up with the required information.
Step 2:- Submit the application form along with the required documents to the Revenue Department Officer.
After the submission of application and documents to the Revenue Department Officer, the certificate will be issued within the specified time. The applicant should remit a fee of Rs. 45 for the form. Also, the certificate will be valid for a lifetime.
Certificate Processing Time
If all the documents are appropriately submitted, the Domicile Certificate will be issued to the concerned applicant within seven days from the date of application.