DTI-Integrated Registration Information System (IREGIS)

  1. What is IRegIS?
    IRegIS or Integrated Registration and Information System of DTI, is created to align with the government’s Ease of Doing Business/Streamlining programs and health related precautionary measures.

  2. What services are available on IRegIS?
    As of May 2020, application for sales promotion permits can now be done through IRegIS

  3. How do I avail the different services of IRegIS?
    You may avail the different services by clicking the "Login" menu, and signup as "Negosyo Applicant".

  4. What is Negosyo Profile?
    This is a module inside IRegIS where you will add the Negosyo/businesses/organization that you wish to do applications for.
    What you need:
    1. NegosyoKonek Reference Number
      - see NegosyoKonek tab on how to get your NegosyoKonek Reference Number
    2. Authorized representative information
      - For sales promo application, the person you selected will be the one the permit will be addressed to.

  5. Can we add multiple representatives or users (promo applicants) per negosyokonek profile?
    Yes, you may add multiple representatives for each NegosyoKonek Profile.

NegosyoKonek

  1. What Is NegosyoKonek?
    It is an online portal developed by DTI containing relevant information about registered businesses/negosyo/organizations operating in the Philippines.
    Users may find a specific business in the database by typing its name in the search engine.

  2. What is a NegosyoKonek Reference Number??
    A Negosyo Konek Reference Number is a unique number assigned to each negosyo that will link it across DTI portal systems.

  3. How to create Negosyo Konek Reference Number?
    • Go to https://negosyokonek.dti.gov.ph/index.html
    • Click Konek Your Business
    • Select Business Type
    • Input Negosyo Details
    • Input Contact Information
    • Upon linking, a NegosyoKonek Reference number will be generated and displayed and emailed.

  4. Why do I need to have a Negosyo Konek Reference Number?
    Services available in IRegIS that requires business/negosyo/organization information are required to link their business/negosyo/organization to NegosyoKonek first.

  5. Does the Negosyokonek number pertains to Corporation only?
    No. Sole Proprietor, Corporation, Cooperative, Partnership can link/konek their business to have a NegosyoKonek Reference Number.
    NGOs and other government organizations can link their organizations to have a NegosyoKonek Reference Number

  6. Does the registration no. field pertains to the company details?
    The registration no. field pertains to business registration details such as SEC/CDA or Business Name Registration Details. However, these information are not required to be filled up as of the moment
     
  7. Once registered at negosyokonek, can the details of registration be edited if necessary?
    No. For an update of registration details, please email us at iregis-support@dtiphmail.dti.gov.ph

  8. Can other users (not part of the company) be able to edit our NegosyoKonek registration?
    No. For an update of registration details, please email us at iregis-support@dtiphmail.dti.gov.ph.

  9. Can we share the same NegosyoKonek Reference Number within other promo applicants of the same corporation?
    Yes. Negosyokonek number can be shared to other users which you allow.

  10. Does new NegosyoKonek profile or reference number is required of each unique registration applications?
    No. You only have to register/create your negosyokonek profile once, then you may use the negosyokonek profile to your succeeding applications for that negosyo.

  11. For multiple agencies/partners, how will the reference number be utilized once generated? 
    Agency partner must create their own negosyokonek number.
    They can access or apply in behalf of the company if they are permitted to use sponsor’s negosyokonek reference number.

  12. Instructional Video

DTIPay

  1. What Is DTIPay?
    It is an online system developed by DTI to facilitate the different online payment methods being used by DTI services.

  2. What payment methods are available on DTIPay?
    As of May 2020, the following are the available payment methods:
    • Credit/ Debit Card - with MasterCard, VISA, JCB
    • Paymaya Wallet

  3. What to do if my payment is successful but application did not change status or payment is not reflected?
    Payment posting from DTIPay to IRegIS may take a few seconds to a few minutes.
    If payment posting take more than 5 mins, copy or take note of the following
    • Application token
    • Payment Details: (Reference No, Payment Date)

    Contact support

  4. What to do if DTIPay displayed a "Payment Failed"?
    A "Payment Failed" message is usually displayed if the card that you are using has an issue.
    You may do the following:
    • Make sure that the card that you are using has a MasterCard, Visa, JCB logo on it.
    • Check with your bank if your card can be used for online payment transactions.
      Some banks require their customers to have the card activated for online payment usage first before it can be used
    • Check your card balance if the amount is deducted.
      If deducted, but your application did not get updated:
      Contact support



Paymaya Biller FAQs


Pay to Input Instruction

Sales Promotions

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Can I apply for Sales Promo even without a Negosyo Konek Reference Number?
    No, for sales promo application, sponsor company and/or an advertising agency is needed as part of the requirements of the following:
    • The applicant needs to add the Negosyo at the Negosyo Profile that he/she is doing business for.
    • To be able to add a Negosyo, a NegosyoKonek Reference Number is needed.
       
  2. What is the extent of coverage of Sales Promo application that can apply thru IRegIS?
    The current Sales Promo application coverage that IRegIS is catering are NATIONWIDE and NCR

  3. How can I search for an approved Sales Promo?
    • On IRegIS menu, click "SEARCH"
    • Select "APPROVED SALES PROMOTION" to open the Sales Promo search module
    • Input Permit No and Series No.
    • Click Search


Online Process

Checklist of Requirements

Instructional Video

Import Application


Frequently Asked Questions

Online Process

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Checklist of Requirements

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  1. Application form with affidavit of undertaking.
  2. Original and photocopy of Proforma Invoice.
  3. Photocopy of Certificate of Accrediatation as a Rebuilding Center (for first importation only).
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  1. Application form with affidavit of undertaking.
  2. Original and photocopy of Proforma Invoice.
  3. Business Name if Single Proprietorship or SEC if corporation (for new applicants).
  4. Certificate of Roadworthiness and Emission Complicance (CEC) from country of origin duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy abroad for none-members of the Apostille Convention or apostillized by the competent authority of Apostille-contracting countries, whichever is applicable (under CAA RA 8749).
  5. Picture of the motor vehicle.
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  1. Application form with affidavit of undertaking.
  2. Original and photocopy of Proforma Invoice.
  3. Business Name if Single Proprietorship/Partnership or SEC if corporation (for new applicants).
  4. In appropriate cases, applicant may be required to submit a brochure or any pertinent literature to describe the parts to be imported
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  1. Basic Requirements
      For the Importer
      • Philippines passwport for the Philippine citizens showing that the applicant has resided abroad for at least (1) year (accumulated for the last 3 years from the date of filing of the application).
      • Immigrants holding 13G or 13A Visa or Dual Citizens.
      • SRR Visa Holder under the Philippine Retirement Act.
      • 47 (a)(2) Visa Holder under the Balik-Scientist Program.

      For the Motor Vehicle
      • Left Hand Drive.
      • Not to exceed 3,000Kgs GVW.
      • Registered under the name of qualified importer for at least six (6) months prior to the submission of the application. Co-owner to submit Affidavit of Waiver.
      • Certificate of Roadworthiness and Emission Compliance (CEC) from country of origin uly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy abroad for non-members of the Apostille Convention or apostilized by the competent authority of Apostille-contracting countries, whichever is applicable (under CAA RA 8749).

  2. Documentary Requirements
    1. Completely filled-out and notarized FTEB application.
    2. Completely filled-out notarized affidavit of Undertaking.
    3. 1 copy of 2x2 picture with signature.
    4. Picture of motor vehicle.
    5. Original or authenthicated copy of Car Title or Registration with English translation if necessary.

  3. Additional Requirements
    1. Philippine Passport Holders - Original or authenticated copy of pages with entries of both old and new passport.
    2. Dual Citizens
      1. Original or authenticated copy of Philippine and Foreign Passport.
      2. Original or authenticated copy of Identification Certificate or Oath of allegiance issued by the Bureau of Immigration or Philippine Consulate/ Embassy in-lieu of a Philippine passport.
    3. Foreign Passport Holders (13A and 13G visa Holders)
      1. Original or authenticated copy of passport, stamped with valid 13A and 13G Visa.
      2. Immigrant Card (I-card).
    4. Foreigners Under the Philippines Retirement Act (PRA) (SRR Visa) - Original or authenticated copy of passport stamped with a valid SRR Visa.
    5. Filipinos/Foreigners of Filipino Descent under the Balik-Scientist Program (47A2 Visa) - Original or authenticated copy of passport stamped with valid 47A2 Visa.

  4. Note
    1. Authentication is required when original documents cannot be presented, unless expressly stated.
    2. Non-original documents shall be authenticated by the Philippine Consulate/ Embassy abroad.
    3. Certificate of car title or registration from UAE shall be authenticated by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) and consequently certified by the Philippine Consulate/Embassy abroad.
    4. Importation of motor vehicle is subject to payment of taxes and duties.
    5. Personal appearance of applicant at the FTEB is required prior to the release of the motor vehicle from the Bureau of Customs (BOC).
    6. Only one vehicle shall be allowed per family (composed of the husband, wife and unemancipated minor children) and can avail of the program only once (under Part II Sec. 3, par d 3 of the guidelines of EO 156 as amended by EO 887-A.
    7. There shall be no resale of the motor vehicle for three years (under EO 156 as amended by EO 877-A)
    8. Must file within two years of arrival.
    9. Submit to the FTEB the above-mentioned requirements for evaluation and subsequent issuance of an authority to import if found qualified.
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  1. Individual - Foreign
    1. Basic Requirements
      1. Importer
        • Officials of the Diplomatic Corps and International Organization
      2. Motor Vehicle
        • Left Hand Drive.
        • Registered under the name of the qualified importer. Co-owner to submit Affidavit of Waiver.
        • Certificate of Roadworthiness and Emission Compliance (CEC) from country of origin duly authenthicated by the Philippine Embassy abroad for non-members of the Apostille Convention or apostillized by the competent authority of Apostille-contracting coutries, whichever is applicable (under CAA, RA 8749).
    2. Documentary Requirements
      1. Completely filled-out and notarized DTI-FTEB Application Form.
      2. Completely filled-out notarized affidavit of Undertaking.
      3. 1 copy of 2x2 picture with signature.
      4. Photocopy of passport.
      5. Picture of the motor vehicle.
      6. Original or Certified True Copy of Car Title or Registration with English translation if necessary.
      7. Processing fee of One Thousand Five Hundred Pesos (Php 1,500.00) for cars and Nine Hundred Pesos (Php 900.00) for motorcycle.
      8. Documentary Stamp Tax Fee - Php 30.00 / application.
      9. Certification from Department of Foreign affairs (DFA) as a member of Diplomatic Corps and authorization to import used motor vehicle.

  2. Individual - DFA
    1. Basic Requirements
      1. Importer
        • DFA Officers and Employees under R.A.7157
      2. Motor Vehicle
        • Left Hand Drive.
        • Registered under the name of the qualified importer. Co-owner to submit Affidavit of Waiver.
        • Certificate of Roadworthiness and Emission Compliance (CEC) from country of origin duly authenthicated by the Philippine Embassy abroad for non-members of the Apostille Convention or apostillized by the competent authority of Apostille-contracting coutries, whichever is applicable (under CAA, RA 8749).
    2. Documentary Requirements
      1. Completely filled-out and notarized DTI-FTEB Application Form.
      2. Completely filled-out notarized affidavit of Undertaking.
      3. 1 copy of 2x2 picture with signature.
      4. Photocopy of passport.
      5. Picture of the motor vehicle.
      6. Original or Certified True Copy of Car Title or Registration with English translation if necessary.
      7. Processing fee of One Thousand Five Hundred Pesos (Php 1,500.00) for cars and Nine Hundred Pesos (Php 900.00) for motorcycle.
      8. Documentary Stamp Tax Fee - Php 30.00 / application.
      9. Certification from Department of Foreign affairs (DFA) confirming that the importer is a member of the Philippine Foreign Service returning to the Philippines after official assignment abroad and authorization to import used motor vehicle acquired in the country of posting.

  3. Embassy/ International Organization
    1. Basic Requirements
      1. Importer
        • Diplomatic and Consular Missions (DMs) and International Organizations (IOs)
      2. Motor Vehicle
        • Left Hand Drive.
        • Certificate of Roadworthiness and Emission Compliance (CEC) from country of origin duly authenthicated by the Philippine Embassy abroad for non-members of the Apostille Convention or apostillized by the competent authority of Apostille-contracting coutries, whichever is applicable (under CAA, RA 8749).
    2. Documentary Requirements
      1. Completely filled-out and notarized DTI-FTEB Application Form.
      2. Completely filled-out notarized affidavit of Undertaking.
      3. Certification from Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) that the particular DM/IO is authorized to import used motor vehicle for the use of officials of the Diplomatic Corps or International Organization. (Details of the motor vehicle such as brand/make, model and vehicle identification number must be included/reflected in the certification)
      4. Picture of the motor vehicle.
      5. Processing fee of One Thousand Five Hundred Pesos (Php 1,500.00) for cars and Nine Hundred Pesos (Php 900.00) for motorcycle.
      6. Documentary Stamp Tax Fee - Php 30.00 / application.
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  1. Application form with affidavit of undertaking.
  2. Original and certified photocopy of Proforma Invoice
  3. Certificate of Emission Compliance (CEC) from country of origin duly authenthicated by the Philippine Embassy abroad (for motor vehicles only).
  4. Liquidation of previous Authority to Import if any/ Certificate of First Importation.
  5. Board Resolution (original & certified true copy w/ dry seal) for Local Government Unit (LGU) only indicating all items to be imported.
  6. Notice of Award, Abstract of Bids, if through public bidding.
  7. Sole distributorship/manufacturer certificate of non-public bidding.
  8. Brochure and other documents (if needed).
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  1. For Donee/Consignee
    1. Application form with affidavitof undertaking.
    2. Letter request for importation.
    3. Sangguniang Panlalawigan, Sangguniang Panglungsod or Sangguniang Bayan Resolution accepting the donation (original and certified true copy with dry seal of the City/Municipal/Province).
  2. For Donor/Supplier
    • Authenticated DEED OF DONATION by the nearest Philippine Consulate abroad (original and photocopy).

Instructional Video

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