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A Non-resident Indian can get a company registered in India, legally under the Indian Companies Act, 2013 by not being physically present in India, provided few of the conditions are fulfilled.
The procedure for Company Registration is seamlessly online or virtual.
However, there is a variant of entity options in India which may be as follows according to the type of the applicant:
Generally, Companies here in India are incorporated either as a Private Limited Company or a Limited Liability Partnership by non – resident Indians.
For Eg: If a US Citizen is willing to set up Company Operations in India, he needs to do the following as needful –
STEPS FOR THE OPERATIONS TO BE SET UP AS A COMPANY:
(Kindly note that before dispatching the docs for DIN & DSC, they should be properly notarized by the Country specific notary or legalized by way of attestation through an Apostle).
However, the following are the most important requirements to be kept in mind going forth with a Company Registration by a Foreign National.
Henceforth these needs to get compulsorily notarized by Public Notary of USA & Apostilled by the competent authority.
Henceforth these needs to get compulsorily notarized by Public Notary of USA & Consularized by the competent authority.
On being satisfied with the documentation & attestation mentioned above, the Central Government & Registrar of Companies shall issue the impending Certificate of Incorporation along with the Green Signal of RBI as well wherever required.
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