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Own Family has seized my passport
« on: August 22, 2015, 07:03:43 AM »
Hello
I am a 24 years old Muslim boy from India and I am in love with a British woman who is 18 years older than me and a Sikh by religion as well. I have been in this relationship since May 2012. She has three kids as well. However, I have never met with her in person, but we both have seen and talked with each other through internet. In Jan 2013, I wanted to go to the UK to get married with her. But my parents seized my passport. I tried to get my passport back but they didn't give it back to me. I went to police for help. But even Police didn't help me. I ever tried to get my passport re-issue but my parents even never let that happened.
Police is not helping and saying that the only way to get my passport back is

Either my parents give it back to me
Or I shall have to wait until my passport expiry (till 2022)

I am feeling so helpless now. Therefore, my questions are

1. I am an adult. Don't I have any right on my own passport?
2. Is there any way by which I get my passport back from my family? Or re-issue it without my parent's interference?

Please give me some guidance so that I could get my passport back.

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Re: Own Family has seized my passport
« Reply #1 on: September 02, 2015, 04:40:38 AM »
register a case for passport lost and than apply for new passport.

by the way keeping someone elases passport is a criminal offence, now if your parents are hiding it, what can we say will you file against them.

so better lodge a lost complaint and get a new one
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