THE MINISTRY of Home Affairs on Wednesday further extended the validity of the FCRA registration of NGOs whose renewal application is pending with the government till September 30. It had earlier extended the validity of such NGOs whose registration was expiring on or before March 31 till June 30 this year.

“…the Central Government, in public interest, has decided to extend the validity of FCRA registration certificates of certain categories of FCRA registered entities… The validity of registration certificates of such entities whose validity was extended till 31.06.2022 in terms of the Public Notice dated 24th March, 2022 and whose

renewal application is pending will stand extended till 30.09.2022 or till the date of disposal of renewal application, whichever is earlier,” a ministry notification said.

It also said that the validity of those FCRA entities whose five years validity period is expiring between July 1, 2022 and September 30, 2022 will stand extended to September 30 this year. This, however, is applicable to such NGOs who have applied for renewal before expiry of their validity period or will apply in the given period. The validity shall remain extended till the date of disposal of renewal application or the due date mentioned by the ministry, whichever is earlier.
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