What is not allowed under the LRS?

What is not allowed under the LRS?

Usually, you cannot remit money that comes from certain sources such as winnings from gambling and lottery, dividends from certain companies, and interest payments from non-resident rupee bank accounts. Individuals also cannot remit money for any prohibited or illegal activities such as margin trading.
Moreover, once an individual hits the maximum $250,000 per year limit, he/she must acquire special permission from the RBI to remit further. As listed by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), there are also some countries and organizations you are not legally allowed to remit money.
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