Lost Your PAN Card? Here Is A Step By Step Guide To Get A New One
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Lost Your PAN Card? Here Is A Step By Step Guide To Get A New One

PAN or Permanent Account Number is a unique ID provided by the Income Tax Department in India to its citizens. PAN Card does not only serve as a legal identity proof but it is also needed at the time of making monetary transactions, applying for a visa, sales, purchases etc. But losing a PAN Card is very frustrating, especially when you need it for an official business.

After losing a PAN Card an individual can either apply online or offline for a duplicate one. But first, it is very important to file a complaint to the nearest police station, if your PAN Card is lost or stolen and acquire a copy of your filed First Information Report (FIR). By filing a complaint you can make sure that no other person can misuse it and acquiring a copy of the FIR will prevent you from being identified as a culprit.

Here’s The Step By Step Guide To Apply For A Copy Of Your PAN Card:

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Here’s The Step By Step Guide To Apply For A Copy Of Your PAN Card:

  • First, open this link.
  • Now click on the application type as, “Changes or correction in existing PAN data/ Reprint of PAN card.”
  • Fill in the mandatory details and click on submit.
  • For future references, a unique token number will be generated and sent to you on your email.
  • Now please click on “Continue with PAN Application Form.”
  • Fill in all the personal details.
  • To complete E-KYC either you can send your documents to the address of NSDL or can complete it through the E-sign process.
  • In case of theft FIR copy will be attested.
  • Now you will have to select the mode of receiving your PAN. Physical one will be sent to your registered address and E-PAN will be sent to your Email.
  • To complete the process fill in the remaining minor details and then click submit.
  • Then complete the payment process and save your acknowledgement.
  • Later you can track the status of your PAN by the acknowledgement number.
  • After the complete process you will receive your PAN Card in 14 days.

Rishabh Sharma

Rishabh is an experienced content writer and editor, he is working for Viralbake to cover a diversified range of categories. His articles mainly focus on providing information, being a travel guide, educating others, and also making people aware of technology, after all, he is a technophile. When not writing he can be found gaming, watching movies, and travelling.

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