DIR-3 Director KYC
What Is Director Identification Number (DIN)?
Director identification number is the number allotted to a proposed or the existing director of the company. In order to obtain DIN, you need
to submit or update KYC details via e-form DIR-3 to the ministry of corporate affairs (MCA).
Anyone who wants to be a director of one or more than one company has to mandatorily submit this form. As you know, MCA needs to
update its registry and it can only be done when all the directors of the company will submit their KYC details annually to Ministry of
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Who Has To File E-Form DIR-3 KYC?
Any individual who has been allotted director identification number (DIN/DPIN) before the end of the financial year and whose status has been “approved’ has to mandatorily file KYC details via form DIR-3 before the deadline of the immediately next financial year. This process is mandatory and must be followed by disqualified directors too.
Documents For Filing DIR-3 KYC Form
In order to file DIR-3 KYC form, you need to submit the following documents –
1 Aadhaar card
2 PAN card
3 Voter’s identity card
4 Driving license
5 Passport (Mandatory in case foreign national is holding a DIN)
6 Nationality & citizenship details like gender and date of birth.
7 Personal mobile & E-mail address
8 Residential address
When DIN Is Deactivated?
If the DIN holder will not file the DIR-3 KYC form to MCA before the due date, DIN status of the holder will be marked as “deactivated” by MCA
What Happens If DIR-3 KYC Form Is Filed After The Deadline?
Every director needs to file DIR-3 KYC form on MCA 21 portal before the deadline. Failing in submitting the form before the deadline or non-filing
leads to deactivation of DIN by MCA department.
If the director wants to reactivate his or her DIN, a late payment fee of Rs. 5000 needs to be paid to MCA. This form needs to be submitted
annually by the directors