CAA Rules


All applications must provide ‘proof of religion’, or religious beliefs.

According to a senior authority from the Ministry of Home Affairs, “proof of Religion” is required for application under the CAA (Citizenship Amendment Act). This was stated on Monday (27 January 2022).

2019 The draft CAA principles will likely seek records to prove that they are members of the six religions and how they came into India.

The MHA was asked by the Assam government to place a three-month limit on the CAA’s use, rather than keeping it “open-ended.”

The officer stated that applicants who resided in India before 2014 will have some evidence of their faith.

The CAA provides citizenship for six undocumented minority communities — Hindu, Jain, Jain, Buddhist, Hindu and Sikh from Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.

Although the Act does not mention “persecuted minority”, it was used in the announcement of items after the Bill was introduced to Parliament.

Opposition members raised objection that an applicant might be persecuted for religious reasons in the countries.

According to the official, citizenship was the domain name for this Centre and the States would have no function in the execution the CAA. The officer stated that the confirmation stage will be a smooth one once the local authorities function is in place, which may be managed by central agencies.

Monday’s resolution was passed by the West Bengal Legislative Assembly opposing the CAA. A resolution had been passed by the Kerala, Rajasthan, and Punjab Assemblies. Punjab Chief Minister Capt.

Amarinder Singh, a January 3 open letter stated that the CAA could be misused to infiltrate the nation. “Any individual claiming to belong to one of the six faiths might only apply when it is to the amended law. Establish entry on/before cut-off date. Also, be eligible for citizenship.”

Officials stated that the decision to grant citizenship to littered with MHA and all programs under the CAA would have to be made online.

Many Assam groups have compared CAA to the 1985 Assam Accord because it “violates” the supply of that 1985 Assam Accord, which is known for “detection” and “deportation” of people who arrived in the State from Bangladesh Article March 24, 1971.

Assam’s National Register of Citizens (NRC), which was published by the Supreme Court on August 31st and offered 19 lakh of the 3.4 million applicants, was a result of the Assam Accord.

The CAA was passed by Parliament on December 11. MHA suggested that the provisions might come into effect. The Act’s principles are still being developed and will be provided by the Ministry.