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How does the JoSAA counselling process actually work?
JoSAA counselling 2017 will be organized after the announcement of JEE Advanced result and JEE Main (AIR). JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority) is a counselling authority which is set up by the MHRD (Ministry of Human Resources Development). JoSAA conducts and manages all the counselling related activities for admissions in IITs, ISM, NITs, IIITs, NSITs and other GFTIs. Here is the details about JoSAA 2017 Counselling including dates and procedure.JoSAA Counselling 2017After the announcement of the JEE Advanced result & JEE Main (AIR), the JoSAA 2017 counselling will be started. Only those candidates will be able to participate in the counselling process who have secured rank in the rank list. JEE Advanced 2017 seat allotment will be started from 19th June 2017 to 18th July 2017. Registration, filling & locking choices, seat acceptance fee payment process will be done via online mode. Document verification and other reporting process will be conducted through offline mode.Events ————— Dates●Registration & filling choices —Fourth week of June 2017.●Display of mock seat allocation —Last week of June 2017.●Last date for registration & filling choices—Last week of June 2017.●Reconcile of data, allocate seats, verify & validate—Last week of June 2017.●1st round seat allocation——Last week of June 2017.●1st round seat acceptance——Four to five days (first week of July 2017).●Display of seats availability ——After 1st round seat acceptance.●2nd round seat allocation——After 1st round seat acceptance.●2nd round withdrawal/acceptance of seats———Two or three days (second week of July 2017).●Display of seats availability———After 2nd round seat acceptance.●3rd round seat allocation———After 2nd round seat acceptance.●3rd round withdrawal/acceptance of seats———Two or three days (third week of July 2017).●Display of seats availability———After 3rd round seat acceptance.●4th round seat allocation———After 3rd round seat acceptance.●4th round acceptance of seats———One or two days (fourth week of July 2017).JoSAA Counselling ProcedureThe JoSAA Counselling 2017 has been divided into various steps. Here we have mentioned the step by step counselling process:Step-1: Filling ChoicesCandidates are required to login to the JoSAA portal with their JEE Main 2017 roll number and password. No fee shall be charged for filing the choices. Candidates have to fill the choices under the prescribe date. Students don’t forget to lock their filled choices before submitting. In case of candidates forget to lock their choices, last saved choices will be locked automatically.Step-2: Provisional Offer of Seats & ConfirmationCandidates can check the seats allotment through the website. Once the candidate has been allotted a seat, candidates are needed to download the provisional seat allocation letter and pay the seat acceptance fee. The seat acceptance fee will be Rs. 20,000/- for SC, ST, Gen-PwD, SC-PwD, ST-PwD and OBC-NCL-PwD categories and Rs. 45,000/- for all other categories. Fee payment can be made using SBI net banking or e-challan. Seats will be confirmed after the verification of documents. Candidates who reject the allotted seats are not eligible for further rounds. Seat acceptance fee will be refunded to candidates in case of not appearing at the reporting centre.Step-3: Document VerificationStudents are needed to appear at the reporting centre for document verification process. Candidates have to report to the centre at the prescribed date & time. The list of document verification centre will be published through the website. Don’t forget to bring the required original documents along with the photocopies. In case of candidate fails to produce the documents, the allotted seat will be cancelled.In case candidates have selected the float option and they have allotted a better seat in the further counselling rounds, then the candidates are needed to report again for document verification and seat acceptance.Step-4: Reporting at the Admitting InstitutionAfter completing the seat allocation, seat acceptance and document verification process, candidates are required to report to the allotted college or university. After reporting, students have to complete further admission formalities to confirm admission.Other Counselling ProcessFreeze, Float and Slide Options:Freeze: Students who accept the allotted seats and do not want to participate in further counselling rounds.Float: Students accept the allotted seats and also looking for admission to a better preference, they will accept it. Such aspirants will be considered for further counselling rounds.Slide: Candidates accept the allotted seats and also seeking for admission to an academic programme of better preferences within the same college or institution. Candidates will be considered for further admission process.Candidates can make changes from float to slide/ free and slide, etc. by reporting to the reporting centre.Changes cannot be made in the last round of seat allocation.Slide and float option will be given only for those candidates who have not offered admission to their first preference.Seat Withdraw Process:Students who have already accepted a seat, can withdraw the accepted seat by appearing at the reporting centre before the last round.After choosing the withdraw option, the candidate will not be permitted to participate in further admission rounds.Seat acceptance fee will be refunded to students after deducting Rs.1000/- processing charge.Candidates can not withdraw seats after the announcement of last round seat allocation.To withdraw seats, candidates have to fill their bank account details & upload an image of cancelled cheque (same account) in jpg format and download the withdrawal request letter.The letter should be duly signed by the candidates and their parents and report to the reporting centre.Hope it helps:-)
My name & my parent’s name including surname changed in 2003. My passport is issued before 2003. How do I change my name & my pa
From Change or Correct a PassportName ChangesIf your name has legally changed through marriage, divorce, or a court ordered change of name, you will need to apply for a new passport. The process and cost depend on how long it has been since your passport was issued.If less than one year has passed since your passport was issued:You will not have to pay any passport or processing fees, unless you request Expedited Service.Submit Form DS-5504 by mail with your current passport, your original or certified name change document (no photocopies or notarized copies), and a color passport photo. You may:Use our online guide to fill out and print Form DS-5504; orPrint Form DS-5504 and complete by hand.More than one year has passed since your passport was issued, and you are eligible to use Form DS-82*:Submit Form DS-82 by mail with your current passport,  your original or certified name change document (no photocopies or notarized copies), a color passport photo, and all applicable fees. You may:Use our online guide to fill out and print Form DS-82; orPrint Form DS-82 and complete by hand.More than one year has passed since your passport was issued, and you are not eligible to use Form DS-82*:You must submit Form DS-11 in person at an Acceptance Facility or a Passport Agency, along with your evidence of U.S. citizenship,  your original or certified name change document (no photocopies or notarized copies), a valid ID and photocopy of that ID, a color passport photo, and all applicable fees. You may:Use our online guide to fill out and print Form DS-11; orPrint Form DS-11 and complete by hand.You will not need to provide proof of the name change if your name has changed due to a marriage and you have already been issued an ID in your new name. You must include the details of the marriage in the applicable section on Form DS-11.If you have begun using a different name but cannot legally document the change with a court order, divorce decree, or marriage certificate, then:Submit Form DS-11 in person at an Acceptance Facility or a Passport Agency, along with your evidence of U.S. citizenship, a valid ID and photocopy of that ID, a color passport photo, and all applicable fees. You may:Use our online guide to fill out and print Form DS-11; orPrint Form DS-11 and complete by hand.You must also present a valid ID issued in the name you currently use.You may also need to provide secondary identification evidence that you have been using the name for at least 5 years, if your ID is less than 5 years old.
How do I renew my US passport knowing that it is the first time, and I don’t currently possess it?
You don’t.A renewal requires a previous physical passport.If you have other government issued photo ID and other proof of USA citizenship, you can make a new application. However you will have to explain why you don’t possess your current passport.People who get into a habit losing their passport will not get new passports.
What do you need to get your passport for the first time?
How to Apply1. Fill Out Form DS-112. Provide Evidence of U.S. Citizenship3. Bring a Photocopy of U.S. Citizenship Evidence4. Present ID5. Bring a Photocopy of ID6. Determine any Special Circumstances7. Provide a Photo8. Calculate Fees9. Submit your Completed ApplicationFind out more here: Apply in Person
We recently got passports for our 3 young children.  We sent in their birth certificates in order to acquire the passports, but
I am assuming the question refers to U.S. Passports.I've managed a non-postal passport application acceptance facility since 2010. In that time, I have personally accepted more than 1,000 applications, each with proof of citizenship (either a birth certificate or a previously-issued passport) sent with the application.In that time, I have only encountered one individual who did not receive her proof of citizenship back. The good news, however, is that birth certificates are replaceable, and passports also serve as proof of citizenship and identity. So if you're the unlucky one in a thousand, you've still got options.
What if you got your house burned and your passport was inside it? What will you do to get a new passport? What are the things n
Hello,I will repeat part of what other people have mentioned, for a complete answer as I have gone through the process:Scenario 1: There is not enough left of the old passport for the State Department to ID it as a valid passport.-You fill out the form for reporting Lost/Stolen passports. I recommend doing this online as it will be processed faster.You will need to apply for a new passport and this can have three options:1a) You apply for a new passport, just as though you have never applied for a passport before.1b) You fill out another form, the Request File Search form and pay another $150 for the State Department to verify that the documents you need (and indicate on the form) for a new passport already exist with them (yes, I know, but that’s what they charge).1c) You submit ANY formerly valid but currently expired US passport with your new passport application (assuming you were smart enough to store an old passport somewhere safe, and not in your burned down home).Pretty much no Ifs-ands-or-Buts about having to apply for a new passport.Scenario 2: You have enough left of your old passport for the State Department to verify that it was a valid passport.This scenario I’m replying on based on what I read so you should probably consult with the State Department (they have a hotline that a live human answers, and can actually answer your question quickly) to verify but you go through a process similar to option 1c listed above for replacement. I don’t think I saw any specific form for this so you’d need to contact the State Department. I believe they consider the process similar to a renewal, which is much easier than a new application.Important for this scenario is that you do NOT fill out the Lost/Stolen report form because your passport immediately becomes invalid…I could be wrong about this part.As far as your question about proof, I don’t believe I saw on the Lost/Stolen report form any request for proof. I don’t think they care about proof because they immediately invalidate your old passport so even if it was re-used, it will be flagged as invalid.
Can I still renew my U.S. passport if I am unable to bring the old passport in to the place renewing it for me?
First of all, what happened to the old passport? If it was lost or stolen, you'll need to submit an application (form DS-11) in person at a passport application acceptance facility (locations available at travel.state.gov) as though it's the first time you've ever applied. You'll also need to fill out a Statement Regarding a Lost or Stolen US Passport Book and/or Passport Card (form DS-64.)If your passport is in another location, but it's not lost or stolen, you'll still need to submit your application (again, form DS-11) in person at a passport application acceptance facility as though it's the first time. You'll need to provide some other proof of citizenship, though, such as a birth certificate or naturalization certificate. If you're eligible to renew by mail, you will need to have your expired passport in your possession, because it will need to be submitted with the renewal application and payment.
How can I request an U.S. passport for a baby?
Take the baby’s pictures (eye open), filled out DS-11 passport application, a birth certificate, the baby itself + its two parents and the applicable fees to one of the US post offices that issue passports (or a US embassy if you’re overseas). Some applications can be completed online (check the link below to see if you’re eligible).U.S. Passports & International TravelPassport Forms