Import Export Code IEC

Import Export Code IEC

Import Export Code IEC

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What is Import Export Code?

Cross-selling products outside the domestic boundaries is known as Import/Export.
For doing such activities, we need to get registered and hence the code is required which is known as Import/Export code.

Why Import Export Code is required?

Import Export Code IEC

Import Export code is required for selling the products outside the domestic boundaries.
It's important to grow the business as it's not limited to any boundaries.

Is it mandate to get IEC code?
It is mandatory for persons to obtain IE code before importing and exporting goods and services from India. As there is no need for renewal and any filling, it is recommended to obtain IE Code, irrespective of if they need it at the moment.

Advantages of IEC.
1) Quick process via MyCorporation.in,
2) Full-time support,
3) Expansion of Business outside the country,
4) Eligible for buying/selling throughout the world,
5) No filing of returns,
6) Just 1-time requirement(No renewal required).

Our Packages

Basic
₹ 2499
  • Package Includes
  • IEC Code
Advance
₹ 3999
  • Package Includes
  • IEC Code
  • Digital Signatures
Premium
₹ 7999
  • Package Includes
  • IEC Code
  • Digital Signatures
  • Fast Track Application

Documents Required for Import Export Code IEC

Proprietor

  • Photograph of the Proprietor
  • PAN of the Proprietor
  • Address proof of Proprietor ie Passport / Voter ID / Driving Licence / Aadhar card (any one of these)
  • Latest Landline Telephone / Electricity Bill in the name of Proprietor or firm
  • Sale deed in case business premise is self-owned or Rental Agreement, in case office is rented/ leased
  • Bank Certificate or Cancelled Cheque bearing preprinted name of applicant and A/C No.

One Person Company

  • PAN of the Company.
  • PAN of Applicant and Nominee Directors
  • Address Proof of Applicant and Nominee Directors ie Passport / Voter ID / Driving Licence / Aadhar card (any one of these)
  • Photograph of Applicant and Nominee Director
  • MOA AOA and Certificate of Incorporation.
  • Latest electricity bill of Registered office
  • Latest Landline Telephone / Electricity Bill in the name of Company
  • Sale deed in case business premise is self-owned; or Rental/Lease Agreement, in case office is rented/ leased
  • Bank Certificate or Cancelled Cheque bearing preprinted name of the applicant entity and A/c No.

Private Limited

  • PAN of the Company.
  • PAN of All Directors
  • Address Proof of all Directors ie Passport / Voter ID / Driving Licence / Aadhar card (any one of these)
  • Photograph of All Directors
  • MOA AOA and Certificate of Incorporation.
  • Latest electricity bill of Registered office
  • Latest Landline Telephone / Electricity Bill in the name of Company
  • Sale deed in case business premise is self-owned; or Rental/Lease Agreement, in case office is rented/ leased
  • Bank Certificate or Cancelled Cheque bearing preprinted name of the applicant entity and A/c No.

Public Limited

  • PAN of the Company.
  • PAN of All Directors
  • Address Proof of all Directors ie Passport / Voter ID / Driving Licence / Aadhar card (any one of these)
  • Photograph of All Directors
  • MOA AOA and Certificate of Incorporation.
  • Latest electricity bill of Registered office
  • Latest Landline Telephone / Electricity Bill in the name of Company
  • Sale deed in case business premise is self-owned; or Rental/Lease Agreement, in case office is rented/ leased
  • Bank Certificate or Cancelled Cheque bearing preprinted name of the applicant entity and A/c No.

Partnership Firm

  • PAN card of the Firm
  • PAN card of all Partners
  • Address Proof of all partners ie Passport / Voter ID / Driving Licence / Aadhar card (any one of these)
  • Photograph of all Partners
  • Partnership Deed.
  • Latest electricity bill of Registered office
  • Latest Landline Telephone / Electricity Bill in the name of Firm
  • Sale deed in case business premise is self-owned; or Rental/Lease Agreement, in case office is rented/ leased
  • Bank Certificate and Cancelled Cheque bearing preprinted name of the applicant entity and A/c No.

LLP

  • PAN card of the LLP
  • PAN card of all Partners
  • Address Proof of all partners ie Passport / Voter ID / Driving Licence / Aadhar card (any one of these)
  • Photograph of all Partners
  • LLP Agreement.
  • Latest electricity bill of Registered office
  • Latest Landline Telephone / Electricity Bill in the name of LLP
  • Sale deed in case business premise is self-owned; or Rental/Lease Agreement, in case office is rented/ leased
  • Bank Certificate and Cancelled Cheque bearing preprinted name of the applicant entity and A/c No.

NGO

  • Pan of Trust / Society / Section 8 Company
  • PAN of all Members
  • Address Proof of all Members(Voter ID, Passport, Driving License or Aadhar)
  • Photograph of all Members
  • Bye laws / Moa of Organization
  • Latest electricity bill of Registered office
  • Latest Landline Telephone / Electricity Bill in the name of Organization
  • Sale deed in case business premise is self-owned; or Rental/Lease Agreement, in case office is rented/ leased
  • Bank Certificate and Cancelled Cheque bearing preprinted name of the applicant entity and A/c No.

Process Involved

Step 1

1

Documentation

Step 2

2

Application for IEC

Step 3

3

Client Confirmation

Step 4

4

Submission of Application

Step 5

5

DSC Application

Step 6

6

Import Export Code

FAQ'S
  • What is IEC?
  • IEC Stands for IMPORTER EXPORTER CODE
  • Can Export/Import be made without IEC?
  • No. IEC forms a primary document for recognition by Govt. of India as an Exporter/ Importer
  • What are the benefits of IEC?
  • On the basis of IEC, companies can obtain various benefits on their exports/ imports from DGFT, Customs, and Export Promotion Council etc
  • Is PAN Number/PAN card essential / What are the alternatives?
  • Yes, PAN is mandatory. Self Certified Photocopy of PAN card has to be submitted along with the application.
  • Whether more than one IEC can be issued against one PAN?
  • Only one IEC would be issued against a single PAN number. Any proprietor can have only one IEC number and in case there are more than one IECs allotted to a proprietor, the same may be surrendered to the Regional Office for cancellation
  • NRI- How an applicant (NRI) can apply?
  • NRI has to follow the normal application procedure. In addition permission from RBI/ FIPB is needed in some cases.