Document Checklist

Summary of Documents Required - Indian Citizen

Individual Certificate Organization Certificate
  1. Application Form
  2. Identity Proof
  3. Address Proof
  4. Attesting Officer Proof
  1. Application Form
  2. Authorization Letter
  3. Identity Proof
  4. Organizational Proof
  5. Attesting Officer Proof
  6. Authorized Signatory Proof

General Instructions

Instructions
  1. Signature of the applicant should be in Blue Ink only
  2. Signature of the applicant should be as it is in ID proof
  3. Photo of the applicant in application form should be cross signed
  4. All supporting documents should be attested by either of Gazetted Officer / Bank Manager / Post Master
  5. For proof of attesting officer either one of the below is mandatory –
    • Contact Details of Attesting Officer including the name, designation, office address and contact number. This should be as part of attestation. If provided separately, it should be attested either by Applicant or Attesting Officer.
    • OR Self Attested copy of Organisational Identity card of attesting officer
  6. Organizational Documents can also be attested by Authorized Signatory
    • If Organizational Documents are attested by Authorized signatory, attested copy of the organisational ID Card of the Authorized signatory is mandatory.

List of Accepted Documents - Indian Individual

Identity Proof (Any one of below) Address Proof (Any one of below)
  1. Passport
  2. PAN Card of the Applicant
  3. Driving Licence
  4. Post Office ID Card
  5. Bank Account Passbook containing the photograph and signed by an individual with attestation by the concerned Bank official
  6. Photo ID card issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs of Centre/State Governments
  7. Any Government issued photo ID card bearing the signatures of the individual
  1. AADHAAR Card
  2. Voter ID Card
  3. Driving Licence (DL)/Registration Certificate (RC)
  4. Water Bill (Not older than 3 Months).
  5. Electricity Bill (Not older than 3 Months)
  6. Bank Statements signed by the bank (Not older than 3 Months)
  7. Service Tax/VAT Tax/Sales Tax registration certificate
  8. Property Tax/ Corporation/ Municipal Corporation Receipt

List of Accepted Documents - Indian Organization

Document Name Company Partnership Proprietorship AOP/BOI LLP NGO/Trust
Copy of Applicant’s Organizational ID Card / Letter from Organization / Pay Slip
Copy of Organizational PAN Card
Copy of Bank Statement (First 2 Pages)
Copy of Incorporation/Registration Certificate
Copy of AOA & MOA / Rules / Bye laws (First 2 Pages)
Copy of Last Income Tax Return / Audit Report & Annual Return / Self Affidavit with reason, if not available (First 2 Pages)
Copy of Partnership Deed / Trust Deed / LLP Agreement containing the List of Partners / Signatories (2 Pages)
Copy of Business Registration Certificate (S&E / ST / VAT)  
Proof of Authorized Signatory (Board Resolution)
Authorized Signatory Organizational ID Card / Self-Attested Letter of Organizational Identity
Copy of PAN Card of Applicant, if PAN provided  

List of Accepted Documents - Foreign Individual

Identity Proof (All are mandatory) Address Proof (All are mandatory)
  1. Attested copy of Applicant Passport
  2. Attested copy of VISA (If applicant is out of native country).
  3. Attested copy of Resident Permit certificate (If applicant is in India)
  1. Attested copy of Applicant Passport
  2. Attested copy of any other Government issued Address Proof

List of Accepted Documents - Foreign Organization

Organizational Proof (All are mandatory)
  1. Attested copy of Incorporation / Registration Certificate
  2. Attested copy of Bank Statement
  3. Signed and Sealed Letter of authorization by authorized signatory.
  4. Current list of Directors / Partners in the Organization
  5. Certifying copy of Authority Signatory Organization ID proof

Foreign Attestation Procedure

Foreign Attestation procedure
  1. Embassy of Native Country (If applicant is out of native country)
  2. Apostilized by Native Country, after Public Notary (if country is in Hague Convention)
  3. Consularized by Native Country, after Public Notary (if country is not in Hague Convention)