Certificate of Incorporation from Government Authorised – SEPL Group
The Certificate of Incorporation is the chief and compulsory document that proves the genuineness of the company. When any India-based company or organization is planning to open a business activity in a foreign country then an attested and legalization certificate of incorporation from the designated departments of India to be submitted with the foreign Ministry of the desired country.
The Certificate of Incorporation is the proof of the authenticity of the company by a Registration Number. This certificate states the nature of the company and the registration details. Hence, to open a branch abroad, a Certificate of Incorporation Attestation is mandatory.
Requirement of Certificate of Incorporation Attestation
To any Indian company which is planning to open its branch in abroad, appointing franchisee or even asking for collaboration, then Certificate of Incorporation Attestation from the concerned Embassy or Consulate of the destination Country present in India is compulsory. The Memorandum and Articles Attestation is necessary for Custom Clearance in the importing country.
Process of Certificate of Incorporation Attestation
The process of Certificate of Incorporation Attestation in India is a lengthy process that involves various other steps. To reach the final stage it is necessary to follow other steps that include the Chamber of Commerce, MEA, and end up at the end up at Embassy or Consulate of the destination Country present in India.
Chamber of Commerce Attestation of Certificate of Incorporation
The Chamber of Commerce Attestation of Certificate of Incorporation is the foremost step of the entire process of this certificate Attestation and Legalization process in India. The Chamber of Commerce Attestation is a businessmen association or network designed to promote the interest of its members. This organization is also responsible for certification. The Chamber of Commerce Attestation of Certificate of Incorporation can be completed from the registered body or from anywhere in India.
MEA Attestation of Certificate of Incorporation
The second step of Certificate on Incorporation after Notary is MEA attestation that can be done from our office by the Ministry of External Affairs of India.
Embassy Legalization of Certificate of Incorporation
Now the final step of Certificate of Incorporation is Embassy Legalization or Consulate present in India from the desired country you are planning for going.
Documents can be deposited in our "Collection & Delivery" counters between 0900 hrs and 1800 hrs from Monday to Saturday excluding holidays. Documents can be deposited and collected back either in person or through an authorized representative. Documents will be delivered/ returned only on production of a receipt for payment of service charge. However, in case the document is found, at any stage, to be fake or the authentication forged, the same will be seized by the Ministry of External Affairs. The Ministry may also initiate appropriate legal action against the applicant. The service charge paid to us or the Ministry of External Affairs cannot be returned in any circumstance.