How to Exchange 500, 1000 Rupee Notes of Indian Currency in Australia, Japan, Kuwait, Qatar, Singapore, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Saudi Arabia, France, Germany, England
Exchange 500, 1000 Rupees Indian Note in the Australia, Japan, Kuwait, UAE (Foreign)
NRI could deposit Indian currency in local SBI at their country supporting with passport copy (or) these can be changed at RBI with a declaration tourists can change the notes at airports. Time limit up to 31 march 2017.
Best Way to send all the money you have to someone in India (or your own NRE/NRI/NRO account)using a remittance service from your country. You will have to go to their local outlet to convert the money, though.
You can go the nearest Indian Bank and can easily exchange your money from there or you can exchange your money from the Official Money Exchange offices by verifying your documents if you have a large amount. For further details, you can ask any Indian Banks or Indian Post offices by phone calls.
Today, Indian Prime Minister Narender Modi announced that the notes of 1000 and 500 are banned in India from 8th November 2016 midnight. The new note of 500 will be available in the market from 10th or 11th of November and the note of 2000 will be available soon in the banks and ATM.
Yes, Indian Prime Minister N. Modi announced today the stopping of 500 and 1000 Rupees note because the cycle of fake notes in India is increasing day by day and this is the strong step towards black money.
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