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15 ‘dangerous’ Passport apps you shouldn’t download  #passport #apps #download
15 ‘dangerous’ Passport apps you shouldn’t download #passport #apps #download
On the occasion of the ‘Sixth Passport Seva Divas’ on June 26, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has announced a revamped ‘mPassportSeva’ app. The app will now will now allow citizens to apply for a fresh passports from anywhere in the country. This means if you are hometown is in Lucknow and you stay in Chennai, you can apply for a fresh passport or re-issue in lieu of an existing passport from Chennai itself. This ‘mPassportSeva’ mobile app was first released on July 11, 2013. The app is available for free download on both Android and iOS and has garnered over 1 million downloads on Android. Note that the app is released by ‘Consular, Passport and Visa (CPV) Division’ and not by any other government agency. There are several fake versions of the app on Android, so, be sure to download the right app. The moment you search for mPassport Seva or Passport Seva or mPassport on Google Play, you will find many fake versions of the original app. As you need to share a lot of personal and confidential information while filing in a passport form, it is important you check the authenticity of the app. Here are 15 fake versions of the mPassportSeva app to avoid.
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