Ministry of Corporate Affairs has introduced a new form for the incorporation of companies named SPICe+. This form has increased the significance to understand the procedure to upload linked forms. This form has five linked forms including SPICe+, Agile Pro, MoA, AoA, and INC9.
MCA defines a proper sequence while filling and uploading the linked forms. Once the forms are filled and signed by directors and professional, the User needs to upload the forms on the MCA portal. In this article, we will read learn the procedure to upload linked forms on the MCA portal.
In case of MCA filing, the person needs to upload the forms on MCA Portal. Furthermore, uploading of linked forms on the MCA portal needs to be done through the following steps
Go to the MCA Portal and login into your MCA account.
Click on MCA services. Under e-filing select the option ‘Upload e-forms’. A screen to upload forms will get displayed.
Click on normal forms/ Resubmission SRN as the case may be. Select linked forms.
Click on the ‘Add more linked forms’ option to add more linked forms. A User can add maximum of ten linked forms.
Click on Browse and select the forms that are to upload. Ensure the sequence is right while uploading the linked forms otherwise, it will show an error on upload.
Click on Upload to upload all the linked forms.
After the pre scrutiny check happens and after the successful upload, SRN will get generated for the uploaded forms. However, if there is an error in upload, MCA will show a box containing an error on the screen.
After successful upload of the forms, proceed to make payment. Once the payment is successful, the receipt will get generated.
You can upload a maximum of ten linked forms on MCA site at a time.
If your forms are uploaded successfully the SRN will get generated for forms over the screen. However, if forms are not uploaded successfully, the screen will show a box showing errors in the upload.
The common error that is shown while uploading linked forms is that linked forms are not in the proper sequence. It will also show you the sequence to be followed while uploading the linked forms. Apart from that, it will also show an error if DSC attached on the form is not registered with MCA or not affixed properly.
Once you upload the forms, SRN will get generated if there is no error. It means that the upload is successful. Then it will redirect you for payment. In your case, if PAN and TAN payment is made, it takes time sometimes for clearance of payment. You can track the SRN on MCA and can proceed further for payment of stamp duty.