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Nri propritor current account

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that an NRI proprietor can hold current account in bank in India of Indian Proprietorship firm? that mean can continue open this current account after changing his status of resident ?

On becoming NRI, he has to convert his accounts to NRO status with the bank.

Yes. RBI rules require that upon becoming a non resident, the non resident should convert his resident accounts (SB/CD/TD) etc in to NRO category.

that the bank current account is proprietorship firm bank account not in name of individual so in that case he have to change his firm account if proprietor resident change ??

Proprietorship is not different from Individual. For example, there is no separate PAN for the Proprietorship firm for the same reason.

So, the NRI Proprietor have to change his current account to NRO

and investment made in proprietorship firm by proprietor who was resident of India but later his status of resident change and come under definition of NRI of FEMA then provision of FEMA for investment made by NRI in Proprietary shall be apply?

It will not apply for the existing investment

Additional capital invested by the Proprietor after making his account NRO, will fall under RBI's FEMA guidelines

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