How To Upload URA TIN Number Registration Application Forms

Applying and getting approved for a Uganda Revenue Authority Tax Identification Number to many is seen as a hard task yet to those who take time to read and find the exact with regard on how all works is seen as a simple task. Did you know that it only takes some few minutes for you to have your TIN Number but only if you follow all the guides and tutorials about URA Tin Number creation.

Alright, uploading your TIN Number application forms to the URA Portal is a simple task provided you follow the steps below. The one thing you should note is the fact that this is part of the last steps during the TIN application form filling process and its mandatory to all who want to successfully create their TIN numbers and have them approved. You should only attempt this step only if you have downloaded the forms, filled them with Macros enabled, validated them and saved them for upload.

Steps to follow when uploading your validated TIN Application forms with URA

1. Visit Uganda Revenue Authority web portal.

2. Navigate to eServices section and to Tax registration.

URA web portal

3. Select Individual Registration and new form.

4. Select your validated file and upload it, fill capatcha and accept terms.

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URA TIN Number Upload

You are done. Nothing else. You can then head to printing a copy of your uploaded forms which you should take to any URA nearest branch office.

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2 Responses

  1. Businge Steven says:

    Please i have received a form after uploading it to URA instead of sending me a form with TIN number on it

    can i be advised any way


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