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Validating gst numbers

If you choose to register for tax, you'll need to provide an Inland Revenue number for each director and shareholder in the company, unless they don't have one — for example, if a director or shareholder is based overseas.

First two Digits-The first digit of GSTIN is state code as per Indian Census 2011.

The state codes are as below.01-Jammu and Kashmir, 02-Himachal Pradesh, 03-Punjab, 04-Chandigarh, 05-Uttarakhand, 06-Haryana, 07-Delhi, 08-Rajastan, 09-UP, 10-Bihar, 11-Sikkim, 12-Arunachal Pradesh, 13-Nagaland, 14-Manipur, 15-Mizoram, 16-Tripura, 17-Meghalaya, 18-Assam, 19-West Bengal, 20-Jharkhand, 21-Orrissa, 22-Chattisgarh, 23-MP, 24-Gujarat, 25-Daman and Diu, 26-Dadar and Nagar Haveli, 27-Maharashtra, 28-Andhra Pradesh, 29-Karnataka, 30-Goa, 31-Lakshadweep, 32-Kerala, 33-Tamil Nadu, 34-Puducherry and 35-Anadaman and Nicobar Islands.

Before they can carry out some business activities, companies incorporated in other countries, including Australia, must register with the Companies Office and then keep their company details up to date.

Only some companies can be reinstated to the Companies Register once they've been removed.

A BIC is a 7-character code that classifies your business by the service it provides.

We'll send your BIC to Inland Revenue as part of the tax registration process.

It will also display in the company search results on the Companies Register.