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Non resident Indians who have/ intend to have investments in India
Non resident Indians who inherit assets in India
Non resident Indians/ Non-residents who have / intend to set up a business in India
Emigrating Indian/ New NRI
Returning NRI

Who is NRI?

An Indian abroad is popularly known as Non-Resident Indian (NRI). NRI status is legally defined under the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 and the Income-tax Act, 1961 for applicability of respective laws.

Non resident under FEMA 1999
Person resident outside India means a person who is not resident in India.

Person resident in India means

Non resident under Income-tax Act, 1961
We prove various NRI service India like NRI financial services, NRI legal services. The term non-resident is negatively defined under section 6 of the Income-tax Act, 1961. An individual who is not a resident under the Income-tax Act is a non-resident. The residential status of an Individual is determined based on the number of days of stay in India. Financial year (FY) is April to March.

For the purposes of levy of tax, the Income-tax Act in India has classified the status of an individual assesses into three viz. The definition is explained in simple terms as under.

* Not applicable to a resident going outside India for employment, a resident who leaves India as a member of crew of an Indian ship, an Indian citizen or person of Indian origin who is abroad and comes to India for a visit i.e. if such a person stays in India for less than 182 days, he would be a non-resident.

Non-citizens of India should only use this form (i.e. Form 49AA) for submitting application for allotment of PAN. However, a Qualified Foreign Investor (QFI) has to apply for PAN in Form 49AA through a Depository Participant only.
In the case of a ROR, his global income is taxed in India. Normally a returning Indian would be assessed as RNOR on his return to India.
In the case of a Non-resident, only the income earned or received in India is taxed in India. Accordingly, income earned outside India by him would not be taxable in India.

A Person of Indian Origin (PIO)

PIO means an individual (not being a citizen of Pakistan or Bangladesh or Sir Lanka or Afghanistan or China or Iran or Nepal or Bhutan) who
India has contracted Double Tax Avoidance Agreements (DTAAs) with various countries. Taxability of Non Resident's Indian income would be decided as per the provisions of these DTAAs. Most of these DTAAs contain provisions for lower rates of tax in case of incomes like dividend, royalties, fees for technical services etc.

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