DIN KYC Filing

Every person who holds a Directors Identification Number (DIN) as on 31st March of a Financial year, has to file the KYC on or before 30th April of that year. Non filing of KYC in time will amount to deactivation of DIN and attract penalty of Rs.5000/-

DIN KYC Filing


Directors Identification Number (DIN) - Know Your Customer (KYC) Filing

Directors Identification Number (DIN) is an identification number issued by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India, to Directors of a company or Designated Partners of an LLP. 

As required under Rule 12 A of The Companies (Appointment and Qualification of Directors) Rules, 2014, Every individual who has been allotted a Director Identification Number (DIN) as on 31st march of a financial year as per these rules shall, submit e-form DIR-3-KYC to the Central Government on or before 30th April of immediate next financial year.

As per this requirement, every person  who holds a DIN as on 31st March of a Financial year, has to file the KYC on or before 30th April of that year. So, the DIN KYC Filing has to be done every year by 30th April every year.

Even if the DIN is allotted on 31st March of a Financial year, the KYC on or before 30th April of that year is mandatory.

DIN-KYC is an yearly Compliance Filing by all the DIN holders whether or not the holder is Director of a Company or the status of DIN is disqualified under MCA. 

Other Points to Remember:

  1. The Name of the DIN holder in the Digital Signature Certificate must be same as the name in Permanent Account Number. Filing KYC with MCA will not be possible if there is a minor change in name of Digital Signature.
  2. If the person holds Aadhaar, it is mandatory to mention Aadhaar number
  3. If the person holds a valid Passport, it is mandatory to mention passport Number
  4. Personal Mobile Number, Person Resident in India can use only Indian Phone Numbers.
  5. Person resident outside India cannot use Indian Phone numbers for verification.

DIN KYC - Document Required by a Foreign Nationals and Non-Resident Indians


Identity Proof

Copy of Passport is mandatory for Foreign National / Non - Resident Indians

Proof of Address (Any one)

Copy of Driving License / Bank Statement / Telephone Bill / Electricity Bill / Water Bill / Gas Bill

Validity / Translation and Attestation of Documents

(a) Validity of the Address Proof: The utility bills like electricity, water, gas, telephone bill, Bank Statement shall be the name of the applicant and should be a recent one not older than 2 months from the date of application. (b) Translation of Documents: All the documents that are not in English has to be translated to English by an accredited translator. (c) Notarization and Legalization or Apostilisation of Documents: Copies of Passport and Address Proof with translations, if any, must be Notarized and Apostilled / Consularized by the competent authority of that foreign country.

Requirements


Mobile No. and Email ID

A Unique Mobile Number and Email ID is required for every DIN holder Mobile & Email OTP verification.

Authorisation for DIR-3KYC

The DIN Holder has to engage a Professional (CS/CA/CMA) for Certification of DIN-KYC

Digital Signature Certificate

DIN holder must have a valid Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)

Documents Required


Proof of Permanent address

  • Copy of Aadhaar Card / Passport / Driving License / Voter Identity Card

Present Address Proof :

  • (a) Telephone Bill / Mobile Bill , (b) Electricity Bill / Water Bill, (c) Bank Statement /Bank Passbook with latest transactions (Any one of the Documents not older than 2 months)

Copy of Passport

  • Copy of Passport is required in case DIN holder holds a valid Passport

Copy of Aadhaar Card

  • Copy of Aadhaar is required In case holder holds Aadhaar Card

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Frequently Asked Questions on DIN KYC Filing

Who is liable to file Form DIR-3 KYC?

Every person who holds a Directors Identification Number (DIN) as on 31st March of a Financial year, has to file the KYC on or before 30th April of that year.

When we have to file Form DIR-3 KYC?

As per this requirement, every person who holds a DIN as on 31st March of a Financial year, has to file the KYC on or before 30th April of that year. So, the DIN KYC Filing has to be done every year by 30th April every year.

What is filling fee for Form DIR-3 KYC?

There is no filing fee for form DIR-3 KYC. However, if the form is not filed within the given time, penalty fee of Rs. 5000/- will be attracted.

Is filing of Form DIR-3 KYC mandatory for a disqualified director?

Yes. MCA announcement made it very clear that DIR-3 KYC is mandatory for all the Directors even if the director is disqualified under the provisions of Act.

What is the consequences if Form DIR-3 KYC is not filed?

The Central Government shall, deactivate the Director Identification Number (DIN), of an individual who does not intimate his particulars in e-form DIR-3-KYC within stipulated time. It will be marked as 'deactivated' with reason as 'non-filing of DIR-3 KYC'.

How can we re-activate a DIN once the government has de-activated the DIN?

The de-activated DIN shall be re-activated only after e-form DIR-3-KYC is filed along with fee of Rs. 5000/-

I have a DIN. But I am not a Director in any Company. Do I have to file DIN KYC?

Yes. DIN KYC is filing is applicable even if the holder is not holding any Directorship. If the DIN KYC is not filed, the DIN will be deactivated. In case if you want to become a director / designated partner of a LLP, the DIN has to be reactivated by filing additional fee.

Is Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) for DIN holder is mandatory for DIN-KYC Filing?

Yes. The holder has to file the DIN-KYC with his / her digital signature. So, the DIN holder must have a valid Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)

What are Document Requirements for DIN-KYC Filing by a Foreign Nationals and Non-Resident Indians

(A) Documents Required 1. Identity Proof Proof: Copy of Passport 2. Proof of Address (Any one): Copy of Driving License / Bank Statement / Telephone Bill / Electricity Bill / Water Bill / Gas Bill (B) Validity / Translation and Attestation of Documents a) Validity of the Address Proof: The utility bills like electricity, water, gas, telephone bill, Bank Statement shall be the name of the applicant and should be a recent one not older than 2 months from the date of application. b) Translation of Documents: All the documents that are not in English has to be translated to English by an accredited translator. c) Notarization and Legalization or Apostilisation of Documents: Copies of Passport and Address Proof with translations, if any, must be Notarized and Apostilled / Consularized by the competent authority of that foreign country.

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