POSTED BY June 19, 2012 10:05 am COMMENTS (5)ON
I am an NRI from Middle-East who has come to India after losing the job. Although I have a valid visa to return back within a period of 6 months to seek another employment but I may not do so due to poor health condition.
Therefore, please let me know if there is any time limit to re-designate my NRE/NRO bank accounts, status change from NRI to RI and also other changes which are required in respect of investments in mutual funds, etc.?
P.S. Earlier too I had made this similar post about a week back but it was not displayed. Anyway, I hope this time I will get a satisfactory response.
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5 replies on this article “Returning NRI Query”
Thanks for your response and suggestion.
Dear Michael, as you said due to poor health condition, you are not interested to return back, my take ‘ll be to first convert bank accounts to RI accounts. After that contact registrars of your MFs & ask them to change of status from NRI to RI.
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Dear Michael, please keep us updated.
Ideally you should get your NRE / NRO bank accounts changed from NRE / NRO to Saving accounts within 6 months from the date you return back to India. Same goes with your MFs. However, if you think that you may end up going out of country (considering you have a valid VISA), I may suggest you to wait till your VISA expires.