Firm registration in India is a step-by-step process and every step in this process requires different documents to be submitted.
A standard procedure includes four major steps:
- Application for Director Identification Number (DIN) or Designated Partner Identification Number (DPIN)
- Register Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)
- Account in Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) Portal
- Incorporate a LLP
The documents required for the registration of a firm in India include all of the following.
- While filing for Director Identification Number (DIN) or Designated Partner Identification Number (DPIN) along with form DIR-3, the following documents must be scanned
- High-resolution photograph
- PAN card copy
- Passport copy as an identity proof
- Proof of father�s name
- Verification form DIR-4
- While incorporating a Company name the following documents are to be submitted
- Form 1 � This application is filled for declaration for incorporation of a company
- Form 1A � It is the application form to be filled for availability or change of a company name with the ROC. Once you apply for new company name, MCA will suggest four forms of company name as available to be registered; out of which you will have to choose one.
- Form 18 � This form is filled for the notice of situation of a new company office Form 32 � This form must be filled for notice for appointment of new Directors, Managers and Secretary
- Other documents that must be scanned and submitted
- Letter of consent from the Directors of the company
- Signed and stamped copies of Memorandum of Association (MOA)
- Signed and stamped copies of Articles of Association (AOA)
- Power of Attorney
Once the above documents are submitted, the documents are validated for authenticity and the registration process of a firm begins.