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Personality Development Expert, Career Coach - Answered on Aug 01, 2023

Ashwini Dasgupta is a personality development coach and a neuro-linguistic programming trainer.
She has 15 years of experience training corporate professionals and has worked at Amazon, JP Morgan, Nomura and Satyam among others.
As a career coach, Ashwini specialises in helping growth-minded IT corporate managers develop their self-worth and create the right mindset so that they can achieve their career goals.
Besides corporate training, she offers personal consultations as well.
Ashwini holds a master’s degree in human resources from the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai, and is a certified NLP trainer from the National Federation of NeuroLinguistic Programming, USA.
She has completed her soft skills training and image consultancy course from the Image Consulting Business Institute, Mumbai
Ashwini is also a PoSH trainer, certified by the Society for Human Resource Management.... more
Vinod Question by Vinod on Aug 01, 2023Translate
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I have been employed in Nepal , am I considered NRI if I stay in nepal for more than 182 days ? I go to nepal thru immigration from airport and have Nepal PAN and as indians dont need work visa in nepal but registration in indian embassy I too have same .

Ans: Dear Vinod,

Thank you for writing.

I will be able to help with the generic viewpoint. I will recommend you to reach out to a Tax/ Legal and understand in depth. There are experts in these areas you could speak to.

From the last update on September 2021 as per the definition cited by the experts- an NRI (Non-Resident Indian) is generally defined as an Indian citizen who is residing outside India for employment, business, or any other purpose that indicates an intention to stay abroad for an indefinite period. However, the specific criteria for being considered an NRI can vary based on the laws and regulations of the Indian government, particularly with regard to taxation and other legal aspects. To determine your residency status for tax purposes and other legal matters, you should refer to the Income Tax Act of India and consult with a qualified tax professional or legal expert. Also, note the tax laws and regulations are subject to change hence speak to the expert in this area and get the understanding.

Hope this helps. All the very best

To Your Success. Be You. Be Confident
Thanks and Regards
Ashwini Dasgupta
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