List of steps
(Total number of steps: 51)
Meet Department of Planning and Investment (DPI) and define location
Obtain certified copies of foreign documents for consular legalization  (2)
Obtain consular legalized copies of documents  (3)
Obtain certified translation of documents  (2)
Obtain authenticated copies of passports or Vietnamese ID cards  (2)
Declare investment project information online
Obtain Investment Registration Certificate (IRC)  (2)
Obtain Enterprise Registration Certificate (ERC)  (3)
Obtain authenticated copies of IRC  (2)
Obtain seal and seal seal specimen notice  (2)
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Make seal
Open bank account  (1)
Obtain approval of environmental impact assessment (EIA) report  (5)
Obtain agreement on land use demand  (3)
Obtain document of evaluation on demand on land use  (2)
Obtain decision on changing purpose of land use  (2)
Sign land lease contract  (2)
Attend on-site title plan verification  (1)
Obtain land use right certificate  (1)
Obtain authenticated copies of land use right certificate  (2)
Obtain planning license/ agreement on architectural planning  (3)
Obtain approval of detailed planning tasks  (3)
Obtain approval of detailed planning 1/500  (3)
Make construction investment project  (1)
Obtain approval of fire prevention and fighting  (2)
Obtain construction permit  (2)

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Collect certified copies of documents
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Expected results

Certified copy of Audited financial statement Certified copy of Audited financial statement
Certified copy of Certificate of incorporation or of business/enterprise registration 01 - Certified copy of Certificate of incorporation or of business/enterprise registration
Certified copy of Proof of quality of the legal representative(s) of corporate investor 01 - Certified copy of Proof of quality of the legal representative(s) of corporate investor
Certified copy of Bank account balance statement 01 - Certified copy of Bank account balance statement
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