Contents
Preamble
1 Short title and commencement.
2 Definitions.
3 Registration officer.
4 Passengers on vessels to report arrival in Pakistan.
5 Report by foreigners of arrival in and departure from Pakistan by land.
6 Report by foreign of his arrival in Pakistan.
7 Procedure for registration.
8 Period of validity of certificate of Registration.
9 Production of proof of identity.
10 Production of certificate of registration.
11 Report of temporary absence from registered address.
12 Report of change of registered address.
13 Report of changes other than of address.
14 Omitted.
14-A Saving of tourists.
15 Report to be made and by hotel keeper.
16 Report by foreigner of his departure from Pakistan.
17 Obligations of masters of vessels, etc.
18 Duplicate Certificate of Registration.
19 Repeal and Savings.
FORM “A
Form B
FORM “C”
FORM “D
FORM “E”

The
Registration of Foreigners Rules, 1966
6th December, 1966

in exercise of the powers conferred by section 3 of the Registration of Foreigners Act, 1939 (XVI of 1939), the Central Government is pleased to make the above rules, the same having been previously published, as required by the said section.

1. Short title and commencement.-(l) These rules may be called the Registration of Foreigners Rules, 1966.

(2) They shall come into force at once.

2. Definitions.-in these rules, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context”

(a) “Act means” the Registration of Foreigners Act, 1939 (XVI of 1939);

(b) “Certificate of Registration” means a Certificate of Registration issued in pursuance of Rule 7 ;

(c) “Form” means a form appended to these rules ;

(d) “Master of the Vessel” includes the pilot of an aircraft and person authorised by such master or pilot to discharge on his behalf any of the duties imposed upon him” by these rules ;

(e) “Owner of the Vessel” includes any person authorised by the owners to discharge on his behalf any of the duties imposed upon him by these rules ;

(f) “passenger” means any person travelling or seeking to travel on board a vessel who is not bona fide seaman ;

(g) “Police officer” includes, in the Quetta and Kalat Divisions, a levy officer, and “police officer not below the rank of the head constable” includes a levy officer not below the rank of jamadar;

(h) “registered address” means a foreigner’s intended address in Pakistan as reported under rule 6 and recorded in item 10 of his Certificate of Registration and includes the address as subsequently recorded in his Certificate of Registration under rule 12;

(i) “Registration Officer” means a Registration Officer appointed by the Central Government under rule 3 and includes an authority authorised in writing by a Registration Officer to perform the duties of the Registration Officer on his behalf;

(j) “Residence” means ordinary dwelling place in Pakistan ;

(k) “Seaman” means a person employed on, or engaged in the working of, a vessel.

(l) “Tourist” means a foreigner of any of the following categories who has no residence or occupation in Pakistan and whose stay in the country does not exceed three months, namely

(i) a person visiting Pakistan for recreations or right seeing;
(ii) a person travelling for domestic or health reasons ;
(iii) a person on study or lecture tour of a pilgrimage ;
(iv) a person travelling in his individual or representative capacity to attend a meeting or function of any kind (scientific, administrative, educational, social, cultural, sports or religious) or for giving a performance ;
(v) a person travelling for business purposes ; and
(vi) a person arriving in the course of a sea cruise whose stay in Pakistan exceeds twenty four hours ;

(m) “Vessel” includes aircraft but does not include a vessel travelling solely between ports or places in Pakistan.

3. Registration officer.-(l) The Central Government may appoint Registration Officer for the purposes of these rules for such areas as it thinks fit.

(2) A Registration Officer may, with the approval of the Central Government, authorise in writing any authority to perform any or all his functions under these rules.

4. Passengers on vessels to report arrival in Pakistan.-Every foreigner who arrives in Pakistan on board any vessel shall on being required so to do by, or on behalf of the master of vessel, furnish in writing a true statement of the particulars specified in Form “A”.

5. Report by foreigners of arrival in and departure from Pakistan by land.-Every foreigner who enters or leaves Pakistan by land shall, on being required so to do by the Registration Officer of the place or arrival or departure, as the case may be, furnish to him in writing a true statement of the particulars specified in Form “A”.

6. Report by foreign of his arrival in Pakistan.-(l) Every foreigner entering Pakistan shall, subject to sub-rule (2), present in person to the appropriate Registration Officer prescribed by rule 7 a report in Form “B” (hereinafter referred to as a registration report) of his arrival in Pakistan.

(2) Every registration report shall be made in writing in the English language and in duplicate, shall contain a true statement of the foreigners intended address in Pakistan and of all the other particulars specified in Form “B” and shall have affixed to it a photograph of the foreigner which shall be covers stamped with the stamp of the Registration Officer on both parts of the report:

Provided that a Pardanashin woman who is accompanied by a male companion may present the registration report through her male companion and may not affix a photograph to the report :

Provided further that in the case of a foreigner whose occupation is such as to necessitate frequent travelling and is not likely to return within a reasonable time to the district in which he is at any time living, the office of the Registration Officer of the district in which he first registers upon his arrival in Pakistan may be given as, and shall be deemed to be his address in Pakistan.

(3) Copies of Form “B” shall be supplied by the Pakistani Visa issuing authority at the time of the grant of Visa or by the Registration Officer in Pakistan.

7. Procedure for registration.-The registration report shall be presented by a foreigner who enters Pakistan on board a vessel or by land, within thirty days of his arrival, at such time and place and to such authority as may be appointed by the Registration Office of the port or other place of arrival:

Provided that any foreigner who enters Pakistan in the course of a continuous journey by railway shall present a registration report to the Registration Officer of the place of arrival.

(2) The Registration Officer or other authority as aforesaid to whom the registration report is presented shall issue to the foreigner shall thereafter comply with the conditions set out in that Form.

(3) Every foreigner presenting a registration report shall furnish to the Registration Officer such information may be in his possession for the purpose of satisfying the said officer as to the accuracy of the particulars specified therein and shall on being required so to do, sign the registration report in the presence of the said officer and shall there upon be entitled to receive from the said officer a certificate of Registration on Part II of Form “B”:

Provided that a Pardanashin woman whose passport or other documents of identification do not, in the opinion of the Registration Officer, provided adequate proof of identity, shall be required to furnish to the Registration Officer, within such period of presenting her registration report as such officer may fix, four complete sets of her finger-impressions, one of which shall be made on Part II of Form “B”. The finger-impression shall be made in the presence of the Registration Officer and each set shall be attested by him.

8. Period of validity of certificate of Registration.-lf the Registration Officer is satisfied that any foreigner entering Pakistan is a bona fide tourist and the period of his stay in Pakistan will not exceed thirty days he may endorse on his passport the word “Tourist” and record therein the date of expiry of the validity of the said endorsement:

Provided that if the tourist, after his entry in Pakistan, decides to extend his stay in Pakistan beyond thirty days, he shall, before the expiry of the said period of thirty days, apply to any Registration Officer in Pakistan for registration and the Registration Officer may, on sufficient cause being shown by on tourist, register him in Form “B”, subject to the condition that is no case shall the validity of such registration be so expressed as to extend the period of the tourist’s stay in Pakistan beyond three months after the date on which he entered Pakistan.

(2) If the Registration Officer is satisfied that any foreigner entering Pakistan is a bona fide tourist and the period of his stay in Pakistan will be more than thirty days but less than three months, he may register him in Form “B” and record therein the fact of the foreigner being a tourist and also the date of expiry of the validity of the certificate Registrations :
Provided that, if the certificate of Registration of the tourist is expressed to be valid for a period of less than three months, the period of validity of such certificate may, on sufficient cause being shown by the tourist, be extended by any Registration Officer, subject to the condition that in no case shall the validity be so extended three months after the date on which the tourist entered Pakistan.

(3) Where a tourist entered in Pakistan on the authority of a tourist visa issued to him under the Passport Rules, 1955, the validity of the Certificate of Registration shall be co-extensive with the validity of the said transit visa.

(4) Any Registration Office may at any time cancel the endorsement on the passport of a tourist.

(5) Any tourist who is in Pakistan after the date of the expiry of the validity of the endorsement on his passport, or of his certificate of Registration, shall cease to be a tourist within the meaning of these rules.

(6) The certificate of registration issued in respect of any foreigner other than a tourist shall be valid for so long as the foreigner does not depart from Pakistan].

9. Production of proof of identity.–(l) Every foreigner shall, within twenty-four hours of demand being made of him by any Registration Officer, Magistrate or Police officer not below the rank of head constable, produce at such place as may be specified, his passport and such other proof of his identity as may be required for any purpose connected with the enforcement of this rule:

Provided that the said Registration Officer, Magistrate or Police officer may, on sufficient cause being shown, extend the aforesaid period of twenty-four hours to such period as, in the circumstances, may be necessary for the production of the said passport or other proof of identity.

(2) Every foreigner entering Pakistan shall, on demand being made of him by the Registration Officer, deliver his passport or other proof of identity to that Officer and shall thereafter attend at such time and place as the Registration Officer may direct for the purpose of receiving back his passport.

(3) Wherein pursuance of sub-rule (2) a foreigner surrenders his passport or other proof of identity, he shall be entitled to receive a receipt for it from the Registration Officer.

10. Production of certificate of registration.-Every registered foreigner shall, within twenty-four hours of demand being made of him by any Registration Officer, Magistrate or Police officer not below the rank of Head constable, produce or cause to be produced his certificate of Registration for the inspection of such Registration officer. Magistrate or Police officer:

Provided that the Registration Officer, Magistrate or Police officer may on sufficient cause being shown, extend the aforesaid period of twenty-four hours to such period as, in the circumstances, may be reasonable necessary for the production of the said certificate :

Provided further that if the Registration Officer, Magistrate or Police officer not below the rank of Sub-Inspector is of the opinion that the passport or other documents of identification produced by a pardanashin woman do not furnish adequate proof of identity and if the Registration Certificate does not bear the finger-impressions required by the proviso to sub-rule (3) of rule 7, the Registration Officer, Magistrate or Police officer, may require her to furnish, within such period as such officer, Magistrate or Police officer may fix, four complete sets of her finger-impressions one of which shall be made on the Registration Certificate. The finger-impressions shall be made in the presence of the Officer, Magistrate or Police officer and shall be attended by him:

Provided further that, suit if the Registration Certificate bears a set of finger-impressions, the Registration Officer, Magistrate or Police officer may in order to satisfy himself of the genuineness of the finger-impressions require her to furnish a further set of finger-impressions for comparison.

11. Report of temporary absence from registered address.-(l) If at any time a foreigner is absent from his registered address for seven days or more, he shall report to the Registration Officer of the district in which his registered address is situated his current address and every subsequent change of address including his return to his registered address.

(2) Every foreigner who stays or intends to stay for a period of seven days or more at place in any district other than the district in which his registered address is situated, shall report his presence in that other district to the Registration Officer of that district within twenty-four hours of his arrival In that district.

(3) The requirements of sub-rules (1) and (2) shall be deemed to have been fulfilled if the foreigner concerned :

(i) makes a report in writing to the Registration Officer of the district where his registered address is situated seven days in advance of leaving the district mentioning his itinerary ; or
(ii) reports In Form “D” In accordance with the provisions of rule 15 furnishing on It the requisite informations about the Itinerary; or
(iii) obtains a travel permit under sub-rule (1) of rule 16 from the Registration Officer of the district in which his registered address Is situated:
Provided that If any change itinerary Is made, Intimation shall be sent to the Registered Office; or
(iv) report arrival Immediately to the Registration Officer of the district of his arrival.

(4) (a) The report prescribed by sub-rules (1) and (2) may be made by a foreigner to the Registration Officer personally or through an agent or through postal communication.

(b) A report prescribed by sub-rule (3) may be made by a foreigner to the Registration Officer personally or through an agent.

12. Report of change of registered address.-Every foreigner who is about to change his registered address shall furnish to the Registration Officer of the district in which his registered address Is situated particular d his new address and the date of the change, of the Registration Officer shall record the new address in his Certificate of Registration.

(2) A foreigner shall be deemed to have changed his registered address :-

(a) If he departs from Pakistan;
(b) If he changes his residence from one place to another place in Pakistan; or
(c) if, having no residence, he leaves his registered address knowing that he is not thereafter to return thereto within three months o leaving it:

Provided that clause (e) of this sub-rule shall not apply In any case ii which in accordance with the second proviso to sub-rule (2) of rule 6 the foreigner’s registered address is the Office of the Registration Officer of the district in which he first registered upon his arrival in Pakistan.

13 Report of changes other than of address.-Without prejudice to the provisions of rules 11 and 12, every foreigner shall furnish to the Registration Officer of the district in which his registered address is situated particulars of any circumstances affecting in any manner the accuracy of the particulars recorded in his Certificate of Registration within fourteen days after the circumstances has occurred and generally shall be supply to the Registration Officer all such information as may be necessary for maintaining the accuracy of the certificate.

14 Omitted.

14-A. Saving of tourists.-Nothing in rules 6, 7, 11, 12 and 13 shall apply to a tourist for so long as the period of validity of the endorsement on his passport made under sub-rule (1) of rule 1 has not expired.

(2) Nothing in rules 11, 12 and 13 apply to any tourist other than one mentioned in. sub-rule (1) for so long as the period of validity of the certificate of registration has not expired :
Provided that any Registration Officer may, in relation to any tourist, at any time cancel the period of validity of the endorsement oh his passport or of his Certificate of Registration and thereupon the tourist shall cease to be a tourist within the meaning of these rules.

15. Report to be made and by hotel keeper.-(1) Every keeper of a hotel shall require every foreigner for whom accommodation is provided in the hotel–

(a) on arrival at the hotel to furnish his particulars necessary for the completion of Form “D”;
(b) to sign the register maintained by the keeper of the hotel In which the full particulars of the foreigners as entered In Form “D” shall have been previously copied out by the keeper of the hotel; and
(c) at the time of his departure from such hotel to record, or furnish the particulars necessary for recording in the said register, the date and time of his departure and the address to which he is proceeding.

(2) The register prescribed by sub-rule (1) shall at all times be made available for inspection, on the demand of any Registration Officer, Magistrate or Police officer not below the rank of head constable.

(3) Every foreigner for whom accommodation Is provided in a hotel shall-

(a) on his arrival at such hotel-

(i) furnish the particulars necessary for the completion of Form “D”; and

(b) sign the register maintained by the keeper of the hotel in which the full particulars of the foreigner as entered in Form “D” shall have been previously copied out by the hotel keeper;

(ii) at the time of his departure from such hotel record or furnish the particulars necessary for recording, in the said register the date and time of his departure and the address to which he is proceeding.

(4) Every particular which is required by this rule to be recorded in the said register or in Form “D” shall be recorded by the keeper of the hotel-

(a) if the foreigner understands the English language in the English language; and

(b) otherwise, in a Pakistani language.

(5) If a foreigner does not understand the English language or a Pakistani language, it shall be the duty of the keeper of the hotel, if so requested to explain to the foreigner the requirement of this rule.

(6) The keeper of the hotel shall sign and date the Form “D” duly completed by him and shall, as soon as may be, but not more than twenty-four hours after the arrival of the foreigner, transmit the Form to the Registration Officer.

(7) For the purposes of this rule-

(a) “hotel” includes any boarding-house, club, dak-bungalow, rest house, sarai or other premises of like nature ;
(b) “keeper of a hotel” means the person having the management of a hotel and includes any person authorised by him and competent, to perform the duties of the keeper of the hotel under this rule;
(c) “sign” includes, in respect of a foreigner who is unable to write, the making of a thumb-impression or other mark by means of which he is accustomed to attest a document.

(8) Specimen copies of Form- “D” may be obtained on application, from any Registration Officer.

16. Report by foreigner of his departure from Pakistan.-(1) Every foreigner who is about to depart from Pakistan either on board a vessel or by land shall, surrender his Certificate of Registration to the Registration Officer of the district in which his registered address is situate and shall receive from the Registration Officer, a permit to travel to the place from which he proposes to leave Pakistan.

(2) Every such permit shall be duly stamped, signed and dated by the Registration Officer and shall-

(i) certify the surrender of the Registration Certificate by the foreigner and his intended departure from the point where his journey in Pakistan as entered in the permits ends ;
(ii) specify the route by which the foreigner will travel and the period of which the permit is valid ; and
(iii) be deemed for the purposes of these rules to be a Certificate of Registration for as long as its condition as the period and route for which it is expressed to be valid or not contravened.

(3) The permits shall be surrendered by the foreigner to the Registration Officer of the place from which he departs from Pakistan.
3 (aa) Every tourist, whose case is governed by sub-rule (2) of rule 8 shall on his departure from Pakistan surrender his certificate of Registration,–

(a) If he depart on board any vessel, to the Registration Officer of the port or place from which the vessel, leaves Pakistan or to such authority as the said Officer may appoint in this behalf; or
(b) if he depart from Pakistan by land, to the Registration Officer of the place from which he departs from Pakistan.

(4) Every tourist whose case is governed by sub-rule (2) of rule 8 shall on his departure from Pakistan surrender his Certificate of the Registration-

(a) if he departs on board any vessel to the Registration Officer of the port or place from which the vessel leaves Pakistan or to such authority as the said officer may appoint in this behalf; or
(b) if he departs from Pakistan by land, to the Registration Officer of the place from he departs from Pakistan.

(5) Every foreign passenger, other than a passenger, for whom a berth or seat has been engaged by or on behalf of Government, who is about to depart from Pakistan on board any vessel shall on the request of the master of such vessel furnish or cause to be furnished in writing his full particulars in Form -A”.

17. Obligations of masters of vessels, etc.-(l) The master of any vessel arriving at or leaving any port or place in Pakistan shall-

(a) before any foreign passenger disembarks, supply to the Registration Officer of the port or of place of arrival in, or departure from, Pakistan Form “A” duly filled in by each foreigner together with a Passenger Manifest in Form “E”;
(b) require every foreign passenger who is about to disembark in Pakistan to complete Form “B” and direct him to attend at such place and time as may be specified by the Registration Officer;
(c) if so requested by the Registration Officer, require any foreign passenger about to depart from Pakistan to surrender his Certificate of Registration or travel permit and deliver such certificate or permit together with Form “A” and the Passenger Manifest in Form “E” required under sub-rule (4) to the Registration Officer;
(d) If so required by the Registration Officer, furnish on arrival at the said port or place a true statement in writing showing the name and nationality of every seaman, and at the time of departing from such port or place take such steps as the Registration Officer may specify to ascertain whether or not any such seaman as aforesaid who is a foreigner is about to depart on board such vessel; and
(e) render to the Registration Officer such assistance as he may reasonably require for carrying out the purposes of the Act and these rules;

(2) Every particular, other than the signature of a foreign passenger which Is required by this rule to be recorded in Form “B” shall be recorded-

(a) If the passenger is able to write in the English language by the passenger and in the English language;
(b) if the passenger is unable to write in English language, by the master of the vessel and in the English language or, where the master is unable to write in the language, in a Pakistani language;

(3) If a foreign passenger does not understand the English language, it shall be the duty of the master of the vessel, if so requested, to explain or cause to be explained to the foreign passenger the requirements of the rule and Form “B”.

(4) The master or owner of any vessel shall-

(a) require any foreigner who intends to embark on that vessel for the purpose of leaving Pakistan to furnish in writing his full particulars in Form “A”.
(b) cause Form “A” when so completed to be delivered together with the schedule in Form “E” to the Registration Officer of the place of departure; an
(c) take steps to ensure that no foreigner embarks until authorised so to do any Registration Officer.

(5) Form “A” shall be completed in the English language:
Provided that In any case in which there is no seaman on board a vessel who is able to write in the English language, the Form may be completed in a Pakistani language.

(6) Form “A” shall be supplied to the foreign passengers by the master or owner of the vessel carrying the passengers.

(7) Specimen copies of Forms “A”, “B” and “E” may be obtained by the master or owner of a vessel carrying passengers from any Registration Officer.

18. Duplicate Certificate of Registration.-(1) If any Certificate of Registration issued under these rules Is lost, destroyed, damaged or mutilated, the foreigner to whom it was issued shall personally make to the Registration Officer of the district of his registered address, a report in writing of the circumstances in which it was so lost, destroyed, damaged or mutilated together with an application for the issue of a duplicate copy of the Certificate of Registration:

Provided that, if only the photograph of the foreigner affixed on his Registration Certificate is lost, destroyed, damaged or mutilated and the entries against all the items in the Certificate of Registration are Intact, the foreigner shall together with the aforesaid report submit two copies of a photograph of himself of passport size, with the request that the said photograph may be affixed to his Certificate of Registration.

(2) The fee for every duplicate copy of the Certificate of Registration issued under sub-rule (1) shall be five rupees but no fee shall be charged for the affixation of the photograph under the proviso to that sub-rule.

19. Repeal and Savings.-(l) The Registration of Foreigner Rules, 1939, are hereby repealed.

(2) All action taken, orders passed and directions issued under the Registration of Foreigners Rules, 1939, prior to the commencement of these rules shall be deemed to have been taken, passed and issued under these rules.

FORM “A”
Embarkation/Disembarkation Card
See rules 4,5, 16 and 17

1. (Please print) (Mr.) (Mrs.) ———– (Miss) (Surname) (Maiden name) (Given name)
2. Date of birth ………………………………… (Day) (Month) (Year)
3. Place of birth. ———–
4. Nationality———–
5. Occupation,.____________
6. Home Address_______
7. (a) For arriving passengers :
port of embarkation
(b) For passengers leaving :
port of embarkation ……………………..
8. (a) For arriving passenger – Intended address/addresses.
(b) For passengers leaving – Last address_______
9. Purpose of visit___________
10. Proposed length of stay in Pakistan____ and places to be visited
(with approximate dates).
11. Passport number ______________
12. Place and date of issue of passport_______________
Signature of passengers________________

Date_______________
Items, 1, 4, 8 and 10 to be completed by all Commonwealth citizen.
Items 1 -12 by all others.

Form B (original) Part I Farm B (Duplicate) Part II
(To be retained by the Registration (To retained by the foreigner)
Officer) Certificate of Registration Certificate of Registration.
(See rules 6, 7, 8 and 17) (See rules 6, 7, 8 and 17)

Form B (original) Part I Farm B (Duplicate) Part II

Photograph of foreigner

Photograph of foreigner
1.Name Mr/Mrs/Miss (In block capitals surname first)
Maiden Name………… 1.Name Mr/Mrs/Miss (In block capitals surname first)
Maiden Name…………
2. Date, place and country of birth………… 2. Date, place and country of birth…………
3. Nationality (present)…….
(Previous if any)…….. 3. Nationality (present)…….
(Previous if any)……..
4. Profession and purpose of visit and proposed length of stay in Pakistan……….. 4. Profession and purpose of visit and proposed length of stay in Pakistan………..
5. Army,Navy or Air Force rank held,if ……… 5. Army,Navy or Air Force rank held,if ………
6. Number,date and place of issue of passport………….. 6. Number,date and place of issue
of passport…………..
7. Visa No. and place and date of issue………… 7. Visa No. and place and date of issue…………
8. Port of embarkation………. Port of disembarkation…. 8. Port of embarkation……….
Port of disembarkation…..
9. Name or other particulars of the vesse l by which arrived date of arrival…… 9. Name or other particulars of the vessel by which arrived date of arrival……
10. Intended address in Pakistan…… Last address outside Pakistan…. 10. Intended address in Pakistan…… Last address outside Pakistan….
Serial No. of Registration…(To be filled in by the Registration Officer). Serial No.of Registration…(To be filled in by the Registration Officer)
Seal and Signature of Registration foreigner…. Seal and Signature of
Registration foreigner….
Registration Transferred to District Registration transferred to District
Date
Signature and Seal of Registration officer Date
Signature and Seal of Registration officer
Note-No alteration should be made on this Form: Corrections should be noted this Form and attested on the reverse. Note-No alteration should be made on: Corrections should be noted and attested on the reverse.

Instruction for Guidance of Foreigner in Pakistan.
Note.- These instructions are based on some of the more important provisions of the Registration of Foreigners Rules, 1966, framed under the Registration of Foreigners Act, 1939. Foreigners in Pakistan are advised to study those Rules carefully as their contravention is a penal offence under the Act mentioned above.

(1) Every foreigner registered in Pakistan is required on demand by any Registration Officer, Magistrate or Police officer not below the rank of Head constable to produce his Certificate of Registration and his passport or such other proof of this identity as may be required of him by such Officer, Magistrate or Police officer.

(2) Every foreigner, other than a tourist, who is registered in Pakistan and who is about to depart from Pakistan, is required to surrender his Certificate of Registration to the Registration Officer of the district in which his registered address is situated, obtain from him a travel permit and surrender the permit to the Registration Officer of the place from which the proposes to leave Pakistan.

(3) Every foreigner who, being a tourist and registered as such in Pakistan is about to depart from Pakistan is required to surrender his Certificate of Registration to the Registration Officer of the place from which he proposes to leave Pakistan.

(4) Every foreigner, other than a tourist who is registered in Pakistan and who leaves the district of his registration or changes his registered address is required”

(a) if he is absent from his registered address for a continuous period of seven days or more, to report to the Registration Officer of the district of his registration his current address and every subsequent change of address including his return to his registered address;
(b) If he stay or intends to stay for more than seven days in any district other than the district of his registered address, to report his arrival to the Registration Officer of that other district within twenty-four hours thereof;
(c) if he proposes to change his registered address or to leave Pakistan in report to the Registration Officer of the district of his registration, the particulars of his new address or the date of the proposed change or departure; and
(d) to report to the Registration Officer of the district of his registration any circumstances which in any way affects the accuracy of any of the particulars recorded in his Certificate of Registration.

(5) The requirements of (a) and (b) in paragraph (4) above shall be deemed to have been fulfilled if the foreigner :-

(i) informs in writing the Registration Officer of the district of his registration seven days in advance of leaving the district mentioning his itinerary; or
(ii) reports at a hotel in Form “D” and signs the hotel register furnishing the requisite information about his itinerary ; or
(iii) obtains a travel permit from the Registration Officer of the district of his registration and intimates in his Itinerary, if any, to that Registration Officer;
(iv) reports arrival immediately to the Registration Officer of the district of his arrival.

(6) For attention of tourists. All foreigners including tourists are required on their arrival at hotels to complete, or furnish the particulars necessary for the completion of Form “D” and to sign the Register maintained by all hotel keepers. Similarly, before their departure from the hotel, they are required to record, or furnish necessary information for record in the register, the date and time of their departure and the address to which they are proceeding.

FORM “C”
The Registration of Foreigners Rules, 1966

Temporary Certificate of Registration
Serial No._______

1. M —— a foreigner of —– nationality holding Passport No. —– issue at —– on —– having arrived in Pakistan on —– by —— (mode of transport) is proceeding to —- where his residential address will be —- He has been temporarily registered at —- and is directed to report to (Place of arrival) the Registration Officer at —– as soon as possible after his arrival at the place but within thirty days of the date of issue of his certificate, for the purpose of receiving his Certificate of Registration in Part II of Form “B”.

2. For a period of thirty days from the date of Issue of this certificate or until the report prescribed above has been made whichever, is less, this Form will be deemed to be a Certificate of Registration in Part II of Form “B” and must be produced on the demand of any Registration Officer, Magistrate or Police officer not below the rank of Head constable.

3. If for any reason the report prescribed in paragraph (1) cannot be made within thirty days as required by paragraph 2 above, the holder of this Form is directed to report in person at the office of the undersigned or of the nearest Registration Officer and to comply with such directions as to Registration as may then be given.

4. The contents of this Form have been explained to the holder thereof.

Seal and Signature of

Registration Officer.

Place______

Date________

FORM “D”
The Registration of Foreigners Rules. 1966
See rules 11 and 15

Hotel Arrival Report.

(1) Name of Hotel_____

(2) Name Mr./Mrs/Miss __________ (in block capitals, surname first).

(3) (a) Nationality _______ (b) Profession__________

(4) Passport No. and date and place of its issue _________

(5) Number, date and place of issue of Certificate of Registration_

(6) Registered address in Pakistan _________________

(7) (a) Date of arrival at hotel____________________
(b) from____________________________
(Previous address)

(8) (a) Probable date of departure ________

(b) To_______
(intended destination)

(9) Purpose of visit ____

Date

No. Date
Forwarded to the Registration Officer
Signature of Keeper of Hotel

FORM “E”
The Registration of Foreigners Rules, 1966
(See rule 17)

Passengers Manifest

Owner or Operator______________________
Marks of nationality and Registration_________
Flight Passage No. ______ Date____________
Point of embarkation________
Point of Disembarkation_______
Place and Country_________
Surname and For use by owner For official use
Initials or operator only

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