What is a non-repatriable Demat Account?

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A non-repatriable demat account is an NRI demat account linked with an NRO bank account. In this account, there are restrictions on transferring money to a foreign country. As per RBI rules, the dividend amount and interest earned are fully repatriable, however the principal is not repatriable. An NRI can transfer up to $1 million in a year.


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