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An Individual who is Director of the Company or the designated partner of LLP is required to have a Director Identification Number (DIN) or Designated Partner Identification Number (DPIN). The Director or Designated Partner who has been allotted DIN/DPIN are required to intimate with respect to any change in particular, change in address or any other details as mentioned in the Director Identification Number (DIN)/ Designated Partner Identification Number (DPIN), because it is not possible that the information stated while obtaining the DIN/DPIN remain the same for a lifetime. If there are changes it needs to apply for changes in DIN. Therefore in this article, we will discuss the changes in the particulars of DIN by filling the form DIR-6.
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Yes, after obtaining the DIN/DPIN the information which has been
mentioned while obtaining the DIN/DPIN may change from time to time with
respect to an Email ID, change in address, Change in name, etc. Therefore the individual is required to
intimate the Central Government for any change in particulars of DIN/DPIN
details by filling a form with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs.
The Form DIR-6 is required to be filed with Registrar of Companies for
change in particulars of DIN.
Following are the steps mentioned
In the case of foreign nationals, address proof should not be older than 1 year from the date of filing of e-form.
Also, Read: How to Change GST Registration details of a business.
For Example: If there is any spelling error
like name in the PAN card is Hiranandani while in DIN it is showing Hiranadani,
therefore the Director may proceed for such correction in DIN by filling the
The following are the grounds on which the application is rejected:
It becomes an obligation for the applicant who is holding the valid DIN/DPIN and if there are any changes in the particulars of the DIN/DPIN then it is mandatory to intimate by filling the form with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. For any further guidance kindly contact ENTERSLICE.
Also, Read: Process for Change of Name of Company.
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