What are the steps to be followed, while registering a national riverine community legal center?
Well, the first step would be to identify the relevant government agency — that is, the agency with which you are supposed to register the legal center. In days gone by, you’d have had to hop from one government office to another, trying to identify the right agency to register your legal advocacy center with. But nowadays, thanks to e-government portals, you can simply search online, to find the relevant agency to register your national riverine community legal center with. You can actually do that in between various other tasks. Like if, for instance, you work at American Airlines (on a part-time basis or as a contractor). In that case, you may have gone online to check your work schedules on the American Airlines staff portal. Then, after going through the Newjetnet sign in screen, checking your schedule and logging out, you decide to spend a few minutes searching for the relevant government agency to register your national riverine community legal center with. And indeed, within a few minutes, and after checking just a few government sites, you succeed in identifying the relevant government agency, with which you ought to register your national riverine community legal center.
After identifying the relevant government agency, the next step would be to contact that particular agency, in order to ascertain the registration requirements. Usually, you will be required to submit certain documents, and to pay certain (modest) fees, in order to have your national riverine community legal center registered.
The next step would be that of fulfilling the registration requirements. So you may start by preparing the required documents. Then you may proceed to pay the relevant fees: (usually) by check or using a credit card. Having done so, you may contact the relevant government agency, in order to have the legal center registered. Usually, the documents you submitted will have to be scrutinized, before the legal center is registered. The government officials may also request to interview you — to have certain aspects of your operations clarified, before your national riverine community legal center is finally registered.