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ANF 3B

Application for Served from India Scheme (SFIS)

(for Foreign Exchange Earned during 2006-07)

1. IEC Number

 

 

2. Applicant Details

 

i.  Name

ii. Address

 

3. RCMC Details

 

i.   RCMC Number

ii.  Date of Issue

iii. Issuing Authority

iv. Valid upto

v.  Products for which registered

 

4. Category of Service Provider (please tick)

                                                                                                                                                ( v )

i. Individual Service Provider

 

ii. Hotels & Restaurants and other service Providers in Tourism Sector except Stand-alone restaurant.

 

iii. Stand Alone Restaurant

 

iv. All other Service Providers

 

 

5. Foreign Exchange Earned for rendering of Service from India to (outside India or In India)

 

Sr. No.

Supply of Service by Service Provider

Foreign Exchange Earned (Rs)

1

Supply of a ‘service’ from India to any other country under Para 9.53 (i) of FTP.

 

 

2

Supply of a ‘service’ from India to service consumer of any other country in India under Para 9.53 (ii) of FTP.

 

 

3

Supply of a ‘service’ from India through commercial or physical presence in territory of any other country under Para 9.53 (iii) of FTP.

 

 

4

Supply of a ‘service’ in India relating to exports paid in free foreign exchange or in Indian Rupees which are otherwise considered as having being paid for in free foreign exchange by RBI under Para 9.53 (iv) of FTP by Hotels & Restaurants and other service Providers in Tourism Sector except Stand-alone restaurant.

 

 

5

Supply of a ‘service’ in India relating to exports paid in free foreign exchange or in Indian Rupees which are otherwise considered as having being paid for in free foreign exchange by RBI under Para 9.53 (iv) of FTP by categories 4(i), 4(iii), and 4(iv) above.

 

Total (Rs)

 

Entitlement of SFIS (Rs) = [(5%*Row 4) +10%* (Total – Row 4)]

 

 

6. Port of Registration (for purpose of Imports):

 

7. Number of Split Certificates required (in multiples of Rs 5 lakhs each):

 

8. Application Submission Details (in case of electronically submitted applications)

 

9. Application Fee Details

i.    ECOM Reference Number

(i)     Amount (Rs):

ii.   Date of Submission on Server

(ii)    Demand Draft / Bank Receipt / Electronic Fund Transfer No

iii.  Submitted to which Regional Authority

(iii)   Date of Issue

iv.  File Number

(iv)   Name of the Bank on which drawn

v.   Date of Issue

(v)    Bank Branch on which drawn

 


DECLARATION / UNDERTAKING

1.     I hereby declare that particulars and statements made in this application are true and correct and nothing has been concealed or held therefrom. I fully understand that any information furnished in application if found incorrect or false will render my firm / company and me liable for any penal action or other consequences as may be prescribed in law or otherwise warranted.                       

2.     I hereby certify that none of Proprietor/ Partner(s) / Director(s) / Karta / Trustee of firm / company, as the case may be, is a Proprietor / Partner(s) / Director(s) / Karta / Trustee in any other firm / company which has come to adverse notice of DGFT.  Consequentially, I further declare that under Foreign Trade (Development and Regulation) Act (FT (D&R) Act) 1992, my firm / company have not been debarred in person from undertaking any export import business or activity by way of suspension or cancellation of IEC number. [If so debarred under FT (D&R) Act, details of said order and period for which the same is operational may be provided].

3.     I hereby certify that my firm / company has not defaulted from export obligation under any provisions of FTP and has not been placed under the Denied Entity List (DEL). [If under DEL List, kindly furnish details of order, current status etc.]

4.     I hereby declare that details of exports of goods and services of my firm / company are true and correct and in accordance with accounts maintained in my firm / company.

5.     I hereby certify that foreign exchange earned on account of services rendered from India alone has been taken into account for this application under SFIS and these do not fall under any category or service which are not eligible as per Para 3.18.1 of HBP v1.

6.     I further declare that other sources of foreign exchange earnings such as equity or debt participation, donations, repayment of loans and any other inflow of foreign exchange unrelated to service rendered has not been considered.

7.     I hereby declare that benefits is being claimed for only those earnings in Indian Rupees which are otherwise considered as having been paid for in free foreign exchange by RBI.

8.     I hereby undertake to submit to Regional Authority (with a copy to jurisdictional Excise Authorities), a statement of imports made under SFIS within one month of completion of imports or expiry of validity of duty credit scrip, whichever is earlier.

9.     I hereby undertake that imports to be made under this duty credit scrip shall be related to any service sector business and I further undertake that such imported goods shall not be sold / transferred / disposed off in a manner in contravention to provisions of FTP. I further undertake to abide by provisions of Para 9.53 of FTP relating to supply of service from India.

10.   I undertake to abide by provisions of FT (D&R) Act, 1992, Rules and Orders framed there under, and FTP.

11.   I hereby certify that I am authorized to verify and sign this declaration as per Paragraph 9.9 of FTP 

 

 

Place: ____________

 

Signature: ________________________________

Date: _____________

Name: ___________________________________

Documents to be submitted

Designation: ______________________________

1.     Documentary evidence for payment of Application Fee

Official Address: ___________________________

_________________________________________

2.     CA / ICWA / CS certificate in format given in annexure to ANF 3B.

Telephone: _______________________________

 

Residential Address: ________________________

_________________________________________

Note: Each page of application has to be signed.

Email Address: ____________________________

 


Annexure to ANF 3B

 

CERTIFICATE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT (CA)

COST AND WORKS ACCOUNTANT (ICWA)/ COMPANY SECRETARY (CS)

I hereby confirm that I have examined prescribed registers and also relevant records of M/s..........................…… ………… …………………having IEC number……………………... for licensing period (previous year) ………………… and hereby certify that:

 

(i)

Following documents / records have been furnished by applicant individual / firm / company and have been examined and verified by me / us namely: -

 

Forward Inward Remittance Certificates (FIRCs), Bank Realization Certificates, Certificate from international credit card companies, and evidences of foreign exchange earnings as well as the connected books of accounts.

 

(ii)

Relevant accounting and financial register(s) as prescribed under different Acts and Rules made there under have been maintained and authenticated under my / our seal and signature.

 

(iii)

Information given by applicant in ANF 3B including details on Services rendered From India as per Appendix 10 of HBP v1 (with relevant sr. no. and description) is true and correct.

 

(iv)

Services for which benefits is claimed does not include ineligible services and remittances as listed under Para 3.18.1 of HBP v1.

 

(v)

It has been ensured that information furnished is true and correct in all respects; no part of it is false or misleading and no relevant information has been concealed or withheld;

 

(vi)

Neither I, nor any of my / our partners is a partner, director, or an employee of above-named entity, its Group companies or its associated concerns;

 

 

 

 

 

Place: ______________

Signature of CA/ ICWA / CS:_______________________

Date: _______________

Name of the Signatory: ______________________

 

Address: _________________________________

_________________________________________

 

Membership No: ___________________________

 

Email Address: _________________________________


Annexure to ANF 3B (continued)

-2-

 

(vii)

Certificate of Foreign Exchange Earned by Supply of Service from India to (outside India or In India) is as under:

 

 

            Certificate of Foreign Exchange Earned by Supply of Service from India to

(outside India or In India)

 

Sr. No.

Category of Service Provider

Sr. No. of Appendix 10

(within each category)

 

Foreign Exchange Earned

(Rs)

1

Para 9.53 (i)

 

i)

 

2

Para 9.53 (ii)

 

i)

ii)

iii)

 

3

Para 9.53 (iii)

 

i)

ii)

 

4

Para 9.53 (iv)* for Category 4(ii) of Sr. No 5 of ANF 3B

 

i)

ii)

iii)

….

 

5

Para 9.53 (iv)* for Category 4(i), 4(iii), 4(iv) of Sr. No 5 of ANF 3B

 

i)

ii)

 

 

Total Foreign Exchange Earned by Supply of Service from India to (outside India or In India)  (Rs)

 

 

*Includes payments received in Indian Rupees that are otherwise treated as deemed to be realized in free foreign exchange – See Para 9.53 (iv).

 

 

 

(vii)

I fully understand that any statement made in this certificate, if proved incorrect or false, will render me liable to face any penal action or other consequences as may be prescribed in law or otherwise warranted.

                            

 

 

Place: ______________

Signature of CA/ ICWA / CS:_______________________

Date: _______________

Name of the Signatory: ______________________

 

Address: _________________________________

_________________________________________

 

Membership No: ___________________________

 

Email Address: _________________________________


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