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Registration of Expatriates by FRRO in India
Whenever a Foreign National wishes to reside long-term in India, typically a stay that exceeds more than 180 days, one of their key responsibilities is to visit the Foreign Regional Registration Office (FRRO) within the first 14 days of arrival in the territory of India.
Last update on October 12,2021
All about Form FC-TRS
Form FC-TRS is one of the 9 essential forms required for FDI filing, but what is it, and how to file it? In this article, you will find the answer to all your questions regarding what is an FC-TRS Form, and how to file it.
By CA. Kapil Mittal
Last update on October 5,2021
Simplified Reporting by RBI for FDI| Single Master Form (SMF)
Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) has taken all necessary steps to keep reporting simplified and sorted. Therefore, various changes have been made in the reporting requirement of FDI. In this article, we have made a brief discussion about changes in the manner of reporting FDI to the RBI.
By CA. Kapil Mittal
Last update on September 28,2021
Rights Issue of Shares to Person resident Outside India| FEMA Guidelines
A rights issue is distinguished by the fact that it is limited to the company's current shareholders. It could be a public firm that is listed or unlisted. If the Offer allows it, the shareholders can relinquish their rights in favor of other shareholders.
By CA. Kapil Mittal
Last update on September 17,2021
"Write-off" of unrealized export bills – Export of Goods and Services – Simplification of procedure
Reserve Bank of India has prescribed various rules and regulations for writing of unrealised export bills.
By CA. Kapil Mittal
Last update on September 10,2021
All About Single Master Form (SMF) - Reporting of FDI
The RBI has introduced a Single Master Form (“SMF”) to integrate the reporting structure of various types of Foreign Investment in India.
By CA. Kapil Mittal
Last update on September 7,2021
How to open a company outside India
Doing business outside of India and growing business internationally is an essential part of a company's business expansion policy. If you as a business enterprise are looking for a way to set up a business outside of India, along with the legal requirements of that country a few of the Indian legislation and statutory requirements have to be kept in mind as well.
By CA. Kapil Mittal
Last update on July 3,2021
6 FDI Compliances Under FEMA
Ever since coming into existence, FEMA has acted as a crucial source in India for the growth and development of different sectors. FEMA's main aim is to promote international trade and orderly growth, balance payments, and maintain India's international-exchange market. Here is the list of main compliance to be followed under FEMA's provisions.
By CA. Kapil Mittal
Last update on June 16,2021
Revised FDI Norms under FEMA
FDI policy has been revised with the objective of “curbing opportunistic takeovers or acquisitions of Indian companies due to the current COVID-19 pandemic”. The government announced its latest consolidated foreign direct investment (FDI) policy, which is in effect from October 15, 2020.
By CA. Kapil Mittal
Last update on June 4,2021
ODI Compliances under FEMA after making investment overseas
ODI helps companies to get direct access to newer and more extensive markets, better technologies which would enable them to increase their customer base and achieve a global reach, but to unintentional violation of regulations, Investment in wholly owned subsidiaries and joint ventures outside India by person resident in India is governed by FEMA.
By CA. Kapil Mittal
Last update on June 4,2021



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