1. Obtaining the Digital Signature Certificate (DSC): The first step in the export registration process is to obtain the Digital Signature Certificate (DSC). This is a mandatory requirement and the certificate is issued by the Controller of Certifying Authorities (CCA) in India.
2. Getting the Application Form: Once you have obtained the DSC, you will need to download the application form from the DGFT website or you can get it from the Regional Authority of DGFT.
3. Filling the Application Form: The next step is to fill in the application form. You will need to provide some basic information such as name and address of the applicant, the nature of business, the types of goods being exported, and the countries to which the goods are being exported.
4. Submitting the Application: Once you have filled in the application form, you will need to submit it to the Regional Authority of DGFT. You will need to provide the necessary documents along with the application form.
5. Getting the IEC Code: Once the application is approved, the Regional Authority of DGFT will issue the IEC Code. This code is used to identify the exporter and is required for all export transactions