NRI Legal Matters

Many Indian citizens who are Indian in origin acquire foreign citizenship they can be termed as person of Indian origin or overseas Indian or are termed as non-resident Indian. Government of India has also introduced another category called as overseas citizenship of India. It is to be noted that constitution of India doesn’t allow dual citizenship therefore the person of Indian origin (PIO) or overseas citizenship of India (OCI) does not grant any citizenship right to non-residential Indians. The family structure, marriage & ownership of asset and properties create complex legal issues for the NRI resident of Indian origin. There are various financial restrictions and tax implications which required expert guidance. The legal issues are categorized in four categories: