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Filing of Director KYC 2022 (DIN-3 KYC) With ROC
Director’s KYC Filing is an annual activity and applies to every person who was allotted a DIN (Director Identification Number) on or before 31st March 2022. The purpose of filing the DIR-3 KYC form to the ROC is to keep the records of the ROC updated with the correct address, mobile and email address of the directors/designated partners. It is a mandatory filing, and if filed within the due date of 30th September 2022, there is no government fee. The DIN Numbers for which the KYC is not filed within its due date get deactivated, and the same can be activated after the filing of DIR-3 KYC with late filing fees of Rs. 5000 for each defaulting director or the designated partner.
File the Director KYC for the FY 2021-22 Now. The DIN KYC filing for the financial year 2021-22 has already begun effective 1st April 2022. As a company/LLP, you should ensure that the DIR-3KYC form is filed with the ROC for every person who has been allotted a DIN number. We are also running a discount offer of up to 40% for COVID-19 affected businesses until 30th April 2022
1st April to 30 September 2022
No Government fee payable if the DIN KYC is filed within the due date of filing.
Filing after 1st Oct 2022 attracts a Late Filing Fee of ₹5000/- for each director.
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Process of First Time Filing Director KYC Filing 2022
If the director is filing DIN KYC for the first time, it has to be filed by uploading a duly filled copy of the MCA Prescribed eform DIR-3 (KYC). Along with the eform, the copy of address proof is filed as a mandatory attachment. The e-form DIR-3 (KYC) is signed with the applicant director’s digital signature, followed by attestation by a CA, CS, or CMA in full-time practice. The wise step process for filing the DIR-3 KYC is as under
Web-Based Online DIN KYC
For a person who has filed the DIN KYC in the previous year and in case his particulars, such as a residential address, mobile number and email have not changed, then such persons are eligible to file the Director KYC in a web-based facility with OTP based authentication. By inserting a provision in Rule 12A of the Companies (Appointment and Qualification of Directors) Rules, 2018, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs has enabled a facility on the mca portal to file the director KYC through a web-based facility. There is no need to submit or upload any document in Web-based filing. However, the director must ensure that the director’s particulars are correct and there is no change in the particulars.
List of Documents Required For Director KYC Filing
Front-facing latest passport size colour photograph of the director of Partner of LLP in JPEG Format.
Address Proof Passport, Voter Card, Driving License, Electricity Bill, Telephone Bill (Not Older Than 2 Month) or Aadhaar
PAN is mandatory for Indian Citizens, Please submit a copy of your pan card. Ensure that the particulars are updated
Mobile Number for OTP
Mobile number is required for OTP verification. Foreign citizens must give their overseas mobile No.
Passport is mandatory for Foreign Citizens, However, if the Indian applicant has a passport then it is mandatory to file.
Email ID for OTP
Furnish your email id on which the government can send communication and OTP for verification
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DIR-3 KYC Frequently Asked Questions
Director KYC is an annual process to file updated contact information of the director with the Registrar of companies in DIR-3 KYC Form. There is no government filing fee to file the DIN KYC; However, if the same is not filed within its due date, then the associated DIN gets deactivated, and there is an additional fee of ₹ 5000/- for the reactivation of the Director Identification Number (DIN)
Every person, whether a director or designated partner in an LLP who has been allotted DIN on or before 31st March of a financial year must submit an e-form DIR-3KYC with the Registrar of Companies.
The filing of director KYC in DIR-3 (KYC) already began on 1st April 2022 and the last date of filing the same is 30th September 2022. If not filed within its due date then it would attract an additional fee or fine of Rs 5000/- for each defaulting partner
For the persons whose director identification is allotted between FY 2021-22, the Director KYC is filed by way of uploading an eform DIR-3 (KYC) after certification by practising CA, CS or CMA. However, in the case of subsequent filing, the web KYC service is available at MCA Portal.
Yes, Director KYC filing with the ROC is an annual activity, and the same is to be filed every year to keep the DIN effective & activated.
The director KYC filing starts on 1st April and can be filed without any government fee up to 30th September; however, there is a late filing fee of up to ₹5000/-after the date as mentioned earlier. Hence for all practical purposes, the last date is 30th September 2022.
You should check your email address, where the MCA sends confirmation mails after approval of the DIN KYC. In case of difficulty, you may consult us.
The Director KYC Filing has just begun with effect from 1st April 2022 for the FY 2021-22; the last date to comply is 30th September. There is, as such, no extension for the DIN KYC.
There is no government fee for the DIN KYC filing, whether by way of Web-Based KYC or through the DIR-3 (KYC) filing. However, if the filing is delayed beyond the due date of 30th Sep 2022, then a fine or additional fee of ₹5000/- is applicable.
Yes, filing of DIR-3 KYC would be mandatory for disqualified directors also.
MCA21 system will mark all approved DINs (allotted on or before 31st March 2022) against which DIR-3 KYC form has not been filed up to 30th September 2022 as ‘Deactivated’ with a reason as ”Non-filing of DIR-3 KYC”. A person whose DIN is deactivated is disqualified to hold the office of directorship in any company.