Finally, GST has been rolled in and that it is expected to replace all in-direct taxes in India and create a smooth national market. The individuals or businesses with a turnover of more than 20 lakhs (10 lakhs for J&K, Himachal Pradesh, Northern-Eastern States and Uttarakhand) are required to complete the registration process. After registering, an ARN is issued by the department which can be used to track the registration status. This guide will help you interpret the various statuses of registration.
ARN is an acronym of Application Reference Number which is allotted when an individual submits the enrollment form on the GST common portal, which is a platform created by the government to assist in all GST transactions. An individual has to enroll with digital signature. After registering /submitting the application for GST, the unique ARN is generated. It is used to track the registration status of GST. It can also be used for all transactions under GST.
You will have to keep these basic set of documents handy while applying for the ARN, which is outlined below:
When the registration application is filled and submitted, an Application Reference Number (ARN) is generated. Here are the steps to track the GST registration status.
1. Access the GST Portal
2. Click on Services > Registration > Track Application Status
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