If the PAN card is lost or damaged, you will get it again, first know the method and its conditions

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A Permanent Account Number (PAN) is a mandatory document that is necessary for any financial transaction, such as opening a bank account, investing, transacting, etc. If the PAN card is lost, or is damaged, the card can be reprinted once again. This can be done online using the following procedure.

Conditions

If there is no change in the details of the card, then reprint is possible. This facility can be availed by the PAN card holders, whose new PAN application was processed through NSDL e-Gov or who took PAN using the PAN Instant e-PAN facility on the Income Tax Department's e-filling portal.

The online application can be made by clicking on https://www.onlineservices.nsdl.com/paam/ReprintEPan.html

A request form has to be filled with details like PAN number, Aadhaar number, date of birth etc. The applicant must also agree to use the Aadhaar details for reprinting the card. Captcha authentication will be required to submit the form.

50 rupees to send to India

959 rupees to be shipped out of India

Card dispatch

The reprint card will be sent to the communication address available in the Income Tax Department database.

Things to keep in mind

If an application for a new PAN was made on the UTIITSL website, the application for reprint will be made at the following link: https: //www.myutiitsl. com / PAN_ONLINE / homereprint

The updated mobile number and PAN record in the record should be the same.

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