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FCRA PRIOR APPROVAL OR PERMISSION

FC-2 : Application for Seeking Prior Approval

There are two modes of obtaining permission to accept foreign contribution according to FCRA, 2010:

i) Registration

ii) Prior Permission

An organization in formative stage is not eligible for registration. Such organization may apply for grant of prior permission under FCRA, 2010.

Prior permission is granted for receipt of a specific amount from a specific donor for carrying out specific activities/projects. For this purpose, the association should meet following criteria:

(i) Be registered under an existing statute like the Societies Registration Act, 1860 or the Indian Trusts Act, 1882 or section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013

(ii) Submit a specific commitment letter from the donor indicating the amount of foreign contribution and the purpose for which it is proposed to be given; and

(iii) For Indian recipient organizations and foreign donor organizations having common

members, FCRA Prior Permission shall be granted to the Indian recipient organizations subject to its satisfying the following.

FCRA REGISTRATION

FC-3 : Application for FCRA Registration

There are two modes of obtaining permission to accept foreign contribution according to FCRA, 2010:

i) Registration

ii) Prior Permission

For grant of registration under FCRA, 2010, the association should:

(i) Be registered under an existing statute like the Societies Registration Act, 1860 or the Indian Trusts Act, 1882 or Now Section 8 of Companies Act, 2013) etc.

(ii) Normally be in existence for at least three years and has undertaken reasonable activity in its chosen field for the benefit of the society for which the foreign contribution is proposed to be utilised. The applicant NGO/association will be free to choose its

items of expenditure (excluding the administrative expenditure as defined in Rule 5 of FCRR, 2011) to become eligible for the minimum threshold of Rs. 10.00 lac spent during the last three years. It the association wants inclusion of its capital investment

in assets like land, building, other permanent structures, vehicles, equipments etc, then the Chief Functionary shall have to give an undertaking that these assets shall be utilized only for the FCRA activities and they will not be diverted for any other

purpose till FCRA registration of the NGO holds.

FCRA RETURN

FC-4 Annual Return

There are two modes of obtaining permission to accept foreign contribution according to FCRA, 2010:

i) Registration

ii) Prior Permission

For grant of registration under FCRA, 2010, the association should:

(i) Be registered under an existing statute like the Societies Registration Act, 1860 or the Indian Trusts Act, 1882 or Now Section 8 of Companies Act, 2013) etc.

(ii) Normally be in existence for at least three years and has undertaken reasonable activity in its chosen field for the benefit of the society for which the foreign contribution is proposed to be utilised. The applicant NGO/association will be free to choose its

items of expenditure (excluding the administrative expenditure as defined in Rule 5 of FCRR, 2011) to become eligible for the minimum threshold of Rs. 10.00 lac spent during the last three years. It the association wants inclusion of its capital investment

in assets like land, building, other permanent structures, vehicles, equipments etc, then the Chief Functionary shall have to give an undertaking that these assets shall be utilized only for the FCRA activities and they will not be diverted for any other

purpose till FCRA registration of the NGO holds.

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Our Pricing & Procedures

We have a complete online procedure for FCRA Registration and Return.

Our Head Office is located in Delhi where all working regarding FCRA are initiated from Ministry of Home Affairs

FCRA PRIOR PERMISSION

100% Online Procedure 

Charges Starting From Rs.80,000/-

FCRA REGISTRATION

Easy Online Registration Process with Consultancy 

Charges Starting From Rs.80,000/-

FCRA ANNUAL RETURN

Return is Mandatory even if there is no Transaction

Charges Starting From Rs.25,000/-

Online FCRA Registration Process

Go to FCRA Website

www.fcraonline.nic

Step-1 Click on “FCRA Online Form”

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In Next Window
Select FC-3A For Registration

Step-2 Select FCRA Registration

Click to Apply Online

Step-3 Click on the link of Online Application

Sign up to FCRA

Step-4 Now click on to Sign up & fill your details

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Fill your Details as per requirements

Step-5 Fill all Mandatory Fields 

Sign in Using User ID & Password

Step-6 Now Sign in using User ID & Password received and fill details

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Trust, Section-8 Company & NGO/NPO Registration

We have Experts for Registration of NGO/NPO

 

We provide easy and hassle free registration process for NGO/NPO.

It can be registered in the form of TRUST, SOCIETY & SECTION-8 COMPANY depending upon the activity you want to initiate.

Separate laws deals with the creation of a different type of organization, namely –Trust Registration, Society Registration and Section 8 Company Registration. 

 

Our experts will help you to select the suitable entity structure that befits your vision and guide you with the online registration process.

 

  • A registered NGO gains the legal status and becomes responsible for the funds received. For example, when an any person donates funds to a charitable trust or NGO, it is received under the name of the Trust or NGO and used for the trust’s activities. In an unregistered entity, the assets can be received under anyone’s name and may be used for their own profit.
  • The basic requirement for running an NGO or Trust is to have a bank account under its name. To open an account, it is mandatory to be registered as a Trust, Society or Section 8 Company.
  • The registration of an NGO  or Trust is required to make application for tax exemption from the Income Tax Authority.

 

 

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