The time has come when you are looking for a job or carrying out a procedure and the company The one you want to join asks for your RFC. Below we share the next steps to deal with it if it’s your first time or to consult it. We refer to the Federal Taxpayer Register (RFC).
All right with information from the federal government, The RFC is a composite alphanumeric code that the authorities use to identify natural or legal persons carrying out an economic activity. In addition to being an elementary document for undertaking or starting partnership businesses.
What documents do they need to process the RFC?
- Valid government-issued photo ID
- Birth certificate or immigration document
- Proof of address
- Electronic signature certificate
- Power for domain and/or administration acts
- Constitutive act of the legal person or company
- Official identification of the legal representative of the legal entity
How to process the RFC for the first time?
- The first thing to do is to go to https://www.sat.gob.mx/home, then look for the RFC Procedures section and choose where it says RFC Registration.
- The next step is to specify whether you are a natural person (citizen) and a legal person (company). Then click on register, where it says natural person and select Start.
- You must complete the electronic form with your personal information: full name, Unique Population Registration Code (CURP), date of birth.
- Then click on send your SAT procedure. Don’t forget to print the sheet with a folio number, so you can go to an SAT office later.
How to consult your RFC: step by step
- First, you need to enter the following link where you can check if you are in the system. Then click the yellow button to run online.
- Once the above is completed, you need to enter your RFC data and click send.
- If you are registered, your RFC key will appear and all your data will appear.
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