How to Apply for PAN Card from Andhra Pradesh



The PAN card, a crucial identification document in India, plays a key role in financial transactions and personal verification. This 10-digit alphanumeric code is indispensable for tax filing, opening bank accounts, and identity confirmation at airports. The advent of online applications has streamlined the process of acquiring a PAN card, making it more accessible to Indian citizens.

The Income Tax Department of India exclusively issues PAN cards, offering a convenient online application process through their official portal. While designed for ease of use, applicants should note that a nominal fee is required.

Key aspects of PAN cards:

Widely accepted official identification

Mandatory for financial transactions and tax-related matters

Digital application available, with variable processing times

Exclusively issued by the Income Tax Department

Legal implications for holding multiple PAN cards, including penalties

PAN Card Application Eligibility:

  • Age: 18 years or above
  • Nationality: Indian citizens only
  • Aadhaar: Required
  • Mobile: Linked to Aadhaar (for home applications)

Acceptable Documents for Verification (submit any one):

  • Aadhaar Card
  • Voter ID Card
  • Passport
  • Ration Card
  • Driver's License
  • Official Government Photo ID
  • Bank Passbook
  • Arms License
  • Central Government Health Scheme Card
  • Pensioner Card (with photograph)
  • Verified ID proof (signed by MLA, MP, Municipal Councillor, or Gazetted Officer)
  • Bank statement (on letterhead, with attested photo and account number)

Offline Process from Andhra Pradesh

Get Form 49A:
  • You can obtain the form from an agent or PAN card office, or download it from the NSDL or         UTIITSL websites.
Complete the Form:
  • Carefully fill in the necessary information.
Add Documents:

  • Provide photocopies of your identification, proof of address, and evidence of birthdate.
Attach the sign and photograph:

  • Place a current passport-sized photo on it and sign the appropriate sections.
Send in the Form:

  • Send the completed form, the required paperwork, and the payment to the PAN card facility or authorized PAN card agent closest to you.
Acknowledgement Received:

  • After submitting, you will get an acknowledgment slip.
Track Your Status:

Utilize the acknowledgement number to find out how your application is progressing.

Online Process Step by Step:

Application for NSDL PAN

UTIITSL PAN Application Choose the Type of Form:

  • If you're an individual, choose Form 49A.

Complete the Application Form:

  • Please provide your contact information, address, date of birth, and name.
  • Based on your jurisdiction, choose your AO (Assessing Officer) code.

Provide Corresponding Documents:

  • Identity proof options include voter ID, passports, driving licenses, and Aadhaar cards.
  • Aadhaar cards, voter IDs, passports, driver's licenses, utility bills, etc. are examples of proof of address.
  • Documentation of Date of Birth: Passport, Aadhaar card, birth certificate, etc.

Attach files (if you're applying online):

As per the website's criteria, scan and upload the necessary documents.

Pay Charges:

  • Use online banking, a credit card, debit card, or demand draft to pay the application fee. The cost is around INR 110 for an Indian communication address and approximately INR 1,020 for an international communication address.

Next Process for Application of PAN Card

Click on "Continue with PAN Application Form."
  • Select "Submit digitally Through e-KYC & e-Sign (Paperless)" if you want to create a PAN card using Aadhaar e-KYC.
  • Select "Submit scanned Images through e-Sign [Protean (e-Sign)]" if you want to create a physical PAN card.
  • If you want to create a PVC PAN card, click on the option "Submit scanned Images through e-Sign [Protean (e-Sign)]."

Print the form, then sign it:

Take a printout of the completed online form, attach your photo, and sign in the appropriate areas.

Forward the application:

Provide the completed form and any accompanying documentation to the website's address (NSDL or UTIITSL).

Track your status:

After submitting your application, you will receive an acknowledgment number that you may use to follow its progress.


1. What is a PAN Card? 
A Permanent Account Number (PAN) Card is a unique 10-character alphanumeric identifier issued by the Income Tax Department of India to individuals and entities for tax-related purposes.

2. Why do I need a PAN Card?
 A PAN Card is essential for financial transactions such as opening a bank account, receiving taxable salary, buying or selling property, and filing income tax returns.

3. How can I apply for a PAN Card? 
You can apply online through the official NSDL or UTIITSL websites or submit a physical application at a PAN facilitation center.

4. What documents are required for a PAN Card application? 
Typically, you need proof of identity (Aadhaar, passport, etc.), proof of address (utility bill, voter ID, etc.), and proof of date of birth (birth certificate, school leaving certificate, etc.).

5. How long does it take to receive a PAN Card?
 It usually takes 15-20 business days after submitting a complete application.

6. Can I have more than one PAN Card? 
No, having more than one PAN Card is illegal and subject to a penalty.

Official Link

New PAN Apply                Click here

PAN Correction Online   Clickhere

PAN Card Status               Clickhere

PAN Card Download       Clickhere

Official Website                Click here


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