This China RO registration documents page was last updated on May 13, 2012
To qualify for the registration of a Foreign Representative Office in China,
you need to be able to demonstrate the following;
- Parent company is an existing overseas company operating for a min. of 2 years
- If necessary, provide Articles of Association
- Provide adequate certification of foreign parent company incorporation
- Furnish (notarized) Letter of authorization to establish RO in China
- Provide bank reference letter for parent company
(shall be prepared in advance and in view of a smooth registration process)
proposed name(s) for foreign Representative Office
proposed Representative Office location with complete address
existing and duly legal office leasing contract
certificate of Office Real Estate Ownership (provided by landlord/landlady)
appointment letter for incoming Chief Representative
simple business plan (summary) for the planned operation of the Foreign Representative Office
Curriculum Vitae (CV) of incoming China Chief Representative
Passport copy and passport size photographs for China Chief Representative and for each in China stationed additional representative
Above document requirements can, and do, vary and such variations depend on several factors, e.g. local choices, selection of industry, etc., Although we try to provide as accurate as possible, up-to-date information, we want to stress the importance of contacting your Chinabiz21 business consultant to receive situation related, precise and updated information.
After successful consultation of your Chinabiz21 business advisor and having concluded the preparation of all required documents, we will initiate the process for your China Representative Office registration.
All needed RO registration work will be performed by our staff, so this is the time for you to relax and focus on your business.
A usual registration time-frame will fall in-between 4-8 week, again depending on the nature and location of your Representative Office operation.