How to get PAN card again for theft or loss? : For this, you will need to fill a request form. In this, details like PAN number, Aadhaar number, date of birth, etc. have to be given.
Permanent account number i.e. PAN is an important document. This is required in opening a bank account, investment or transaction etc. If it is lost, moved or stolen, then you do not need to panic. This card can be reapplied. That is, you can get a reprint of the PAN. You can request this online. Here we are explaining its process.
What is the condition?
Reprint of PAN is possible only if there is no change in the details of the card. The benefit of this facility is available to those PAN card holders whose PAN application has been processed through NSDL e-GAV or who have received PAN from the ‘Instant e-PAN’ facility on the e-filing portal.
You can apply online by clicking on this link https://www.onlineservices.nsdl.com/paam/ReprintEPan.html
For this, you will need to fill a request form. In this, details like PAN number, Aadhaar number, date of birth, etc. have to be given.
For reprint of the card, the applicant will also have to agree to use the details of Aadhaar. Captcha Authentication Code has to be filled in to submit the form.
The card reprint includes a charge for dispatching the card to your address:
– Dispatch charge within India: Rs 50
– Charge for dispatch outside India: Rs 959
The reprinted card is sent to the address that is available in the income tax department database.
If PAN has been applied on UTIITSL website, then apply for reprint at this link:
https: //www.myutiitsl.com / PAN_ONLINE / homereprint
>Updated mobile number in record and number given in PAN record A must have. If it is not, then necessary changes will have to be requested.
>Contents of this page courtesy the Center for Investment Education and Learning (CIEL). Contribution of Girija Gadre, Aarti Bhargava and Labdi Mehta.