How to Get Import Export Code Online in Bangalore University



We will help you to get your import export code registration in Bangalore University.

What is IE CODE number used in Export Import business?
IEC Stands for IMPORTER EXPORTER CODE which contains 10 digit number issued by Director General of Foreign Trade, Department of Commerce, Government of India.

Who requires an Importer Exporter Code ?
Any bona fide person/ company starting a venture for International trade of Export and Import. If any foreign transfer on account of business, IEC number is mandatory.

Can Export /Import be made without Importer Exporter Code ?
No. IEC forms a primary document for recognition by Govt. of India as Exporter / Importer. However, if value of goods is very law, the concerned customs officer may permit first export (only one time) by imposing penal charges.

What are the benefits of Importer exporter code ?
Import Export Code number is the primary proof of a firm as an Exporter/Importer in India. IEC number can be submitted with government authorities as a proof of exporter/importer to obtain various benefits on their exports / imports from DGFT, customs, Export Promotion Council etc.

Where to obtain an IEC ?
IEC number is issued by Directory General of Foreign Trade at each regional offices where the exporter/importer situates.

How to apply for an Importer Exporter Code?
The necessary application for Import Export Code number can be downloaded from DGFT website and follow procedures.

Steps to Apply online


Step 1 – Go to http://dgft.gov.in and Click on "IEC Online Application" option. You will be prompted to enter your PAN . To Create a new IEC Application , select "Create" option from the "File" menu. System will generate and display new "ECOM Reference No." Fill in your details like -address including city , state, pincode , phone/fax , email, Date of Establishment, PAN date, PAN Issuing authority, Banker Name, Bank Account Number , Name and Designation of Person


Step 2 – Make a Payment through online fund transfer from selected banks


Step 3 – Upload the documents based on your company formation (Number of documents depends on whether your company is sole proprietor, partnership, or registered) PAN Card , Photograph and Bank Certificate is mandatory for all the applicants.


All the above steps explained with screen shots is show here http://dgft.gov.in/exim/2000/IECONLINEHelp.pdf


Once the above documents are complete and submitted to the DGFT, you should get your Import Export Code in India quite fast. It is normally delivered to your address within one to two weeks.



Tick and upload the requisite documents as detailed below:

1. Proprietorship

1. Digital Photograph (3x3cms) of the Proprietor.
2. Copy of PAN card of the Proprietor.
3. Copy of Passport (first & last page)/Voter's I-Card/ Driving Licence/UID (Aadhar card) (any one of these).
4. Sale deed in case business premise is self-owned; or Rental/Lease Agreement, in case office is rented/ leased; or latest electricity /telephone bill.
5. Bank Certificate as per ANF 2A(I)/ Cancelled Cheque bearing pre-printed name of applicant and A/C No

2. Partnership firm

1. Digital Photograph (3x3cms) of the Managing Partner.
2. Copy of PAN card of the applicant entity.
3. Copy of Passport (first & last page)/Voter's I-Card /UID (Aadhar Card) /Driving Licence/PAN (any one of these) of the Managing Partner signing the application.
4. Copy of Partnership Deed.
5. Sale deed in case business premise is self-owned; or Rental/Lease Agreement, in case office is rented/ leased; or latest electricity /telephone bill.
6. Bank Certificate as per ANF 2A (I)/Cancelled Cheque bearing pre-printed name of the applicant entity and A/C No.

3. LLP firm / Government Undertaking / Public Limited Company / Private Limited Company / Section 25 Company

1. Digital Photograph (3x3cms) of the Designated Partner/Director of the Company signing the application.
2. Copy of PAN card of the applicant entity.
3. Copy of Passport (first & last page)/Voter's I-Card /UID (Aadhar Card) /Driving Licence/ PAN (any one of these) of the Managing Partner/Director signing the application.
4. Certificate of incorporation as issued by the RoC
5. Sale deed in case business premise is self-owned; or Rental/Lease Agreement, in case office is rented/ leased; or latest electricity /telephone bill.
6. Bank Certificate as per ANF 2 A(I)/Cancelled Cheque bearing pre-printed name of the company and A/C No .

4. Registered Society / Trust

1. Digital Photograph (3x3cms) of the signatory applicant/Secretary or Chief Executive.
2. Copy of PAN card of the applicant entity.
3. Copy of Passport (first & last page)/Voter's I-Card /UID (Aadhar Card) /Driving Licence/ PAN (any one of these) of the Secretary or Chief Executive/ Managing Trustee signing the application.
4. Sale deed in case business premise is self-owned; or Rental/Lease Agreement, in case office is rented/ leased; or latest electricity /telephone bill.
5. Registration Certificate of the Society / Copy of the Trust Deed
6. Bank Certificate as per ANF 2A(I)/Cancelled Cheque bearing pre-printed name of the Registered Society or Trust and A/C No

5. HUF

1. Digital Photograph (3x3cms) of the Karta.
2. Copy of PAN card of the Karta.
3. Copy of Passport (first & last page)/Voter's I-Card/ UID (Aadhar card)/ Driving Licence (any one of these) of the Karta.
4. Sale deed in case business premise is self-owned or Rental/Lease Agreement, in case office is rented/ leased or latest electricity /telephone bill.
5. Bank Certificate as per ANF 2A(I)/ Cancelled Cheque bearing pre-printed name of applicant and A/C No



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