Get Your Public Commerce Registry Certificate in Venezuela

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What is it?

A Public Commerce Registry Certificate in Venezuela is an official document that certifies the legal existence and registration of a business entity. It includes vital information like the company name, registration number, date of incorporation, and type of business activity. This certificate is necessary for various legal and financial processes, including opening a corporate bank account, applying for business loans, and entering into contracts.

Who needs it?

This service is essential for entrepreneurs, business owners, and investors looking to establish or operate a legal business entity in Venezuela. Ideal customers include local businesspersons, foreign investors, and companies interested in expanding their operations within Venezuelan territory. Sole proprietors, partnerships, and corporations alike will benefit from obtaining this certificate.


  1. Gather necessary documentation including personal ID and business details.
  2. Submit an application at the local Public Commerce Registry office or online portal.
  3. Pay the required fee for the registration process.
  4. Wait for the verification and approval of your application.
  5. Receive your Public Commerce Registry Certificate once your application is approved.

Required documents

  • Personal Identification Document (ID) or Passport
  • Proof of Address (utility bill or rental agreement)
  • Business Plan or Description of Business Activities
  • Registration of Business Name (from local authority)
  • Payment Receipt for Registry Fees

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Additional details

  • Some delays may occur depending on the completeness and accuracy of the submitted documents.
  • Having a legal advisor or notary can speed up the process and ensure compliance with local regulations.
  • For foreign nationals, an additional Apostille or legalization process may be required for certain documents.


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