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The last date for applications for conversion of PIO cards to OCI cards has been extended until 31 December 2016. 2) Carrying satellite phones by foreigners into India is banned. Hence, foreign nationals are requested not to carry satellite phones with them while visiting India.
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Attestation & Legailzation
The Embassy of India, Hanoi attests documents issued by Indian authorities provided they have been attested by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) of India. (For requirement from MEA please contact us cons@mea.gov.incons2@mea.gov.in).
 
For educational certificates, MEA requires the certificates to be first attested by Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD).
In respect of documents originating from Hanoi, the Embassy of India, Hanoi requires them to be first attested by Consular Department Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) of Vietnam before they can be attested by the Embassy.
 
Important Notice for Yoga Professionals: 

Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India, has launched a Scheme for voluntary certification of Yoga professionals for which the responsibility of implementation is with the Quality Council of India (QCI).  Details of schemes are available on the website: http://yogacertification.qci.org.in

Yoga professionals seeking consular services such as attestation of qualification/experience certificates, for issuance of work permits, are advised to first obtain necessary certification of QCI to enable the Embassy to render the required services.