If you are an NRI (Non-Resident Indian) looking to open a company in India, you will need to fulfill certain requirements and submit specific documents. Here is a list of documents typically required for NRI company registration in India:

  1. Identity Proof:
    • Passport: A copy of your valid passport showing your identity, nationality, and residence status.
    • Overseas Address Proof: Any document issued by a competent authority in your country of residence that verifies your overseas address, such as a utility bill or bank statement.
  2. Address Proof:
    • Indian Address Proof: You need to provide an address proof for your Indian residential address, such as a utility bill, rental agreement, or property ownership documents.
  3. Passport-sized Photographs: Recent passport-sized photographs of yourself.
  4. Director Identification Number (DIN):
    • Application for DIN: You need to apply for a Director Identification Number (DIN) by submitting Form DIR-3. This is a unique identification number required for all directors of an Indian company.
    • Copy of Passport: Submit a certified copy of your passport as proof of identity for the DIN application.
  5. Digital Signature Certificate (DSC):
    • Application for DSC: Obtain a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) by applying to a Certifying Authority. This is required for digitally signing company incorporation documents.
    • Copy of Passport: Submit a certified copy of your passport as proof of identity for the DSC application.
  6. Name Reservation:
    • Name Reservation Application: Submit Form SPICe+ (Simplified Proforma for Incorporating Company Electronically Plus) to reserve a unique name for your company. The proposed name should comply with the naming guidelines specified by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA).
  7. Memorandum and Articles of Association (MOA and AOA): Prepare the MOA and AOA of the company. These documents outline the objectives, rules, and regulations of the company.
  8. Foreign Documents:
    • Notarization and Apostille: If any of the above documents are issued by authorities outside India, they must be notarized and apostilled or legalized by the respective country's embassy or consulate.
  9. Power of Attorney (if applicable):
    • If you appoint a representative in India to act on your behalf for company registration, a power of attorney document is required. This document authorizes the representative to undertake necessary actions on your behalf.

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