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Process for GST registration online at

Step 1: Log on to and click on the tab for registration as taxpayer or GST practitioner depending upon which category you fall in. Clicking on the tab will guide you to by which has Form A seeking basic details.

Step 2: Fill in details like whether you are a taxpayer, tax deductor, tax collector or GST practitioner. Fill in the state of the person or organisation registering. Enter legal name of your business, PAN, email address and mobile number.

Step 3: Once you done with filling up the form, you will receive a one-time password on your registered mobile number. Enter the OTP received and you will be guided to the link for the second form, which is Form B.

Step 4: Fill in the required details in Form B and submit the necessary documents along with it. In Form B, you need to fill in details such as the name of your trade, the constitution of business, jurisdiction, date of commencement of business, turnover, tax liability etc.

Step 5: Once you have filled both forms along with the necessary documents (find list of documents below), a GST officer will verify the application and approve the request or ask for more documents. You’re your application is approved, you will receive the GST registration certificate.

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Documents required for GST registration online

It is very important to know beforehand the documents you will need to upload in the process of GST registration online. You will be required to submit these documents at the time of registering and you will only receive your GST registration upon scrutiny of your documents by a GST officer. In case of any shortcomings in the documents submitted, the appropriate office will get in touch with you on the same. You will also receive instructions on it if you have submitted Form B.

Here are the documents you need for smooth online GST registration:

* PAN of the business

* ROC of the company

* Memorandum of Association (MOA) /Articles of Association (AOA)

* Copy of Bank Statement

* Declaration stating you comply with the provisions

* Copy of Board resolution