1. Submission of documentary requirements:
A. Letter of Intent
B. Completely filled out and notarized Application Form
C. Proof of Property Ownership/Tenurial Documents – if Transfer Certificate of Title (TCT), latest certified true copy is required
D. Location Vicinity Map
E. Authorization Letter or Special Power of Attorney to as the authorized representative of the registrant
F. Local Government Unit Ordinance of Concurrence
G. Verified Survey Returns and Separate Narrative Technical Description of the proposed economic zone area
H. Department of Agrarian Reform Conversion Clearance OR Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB) Zoning Certification OR City/Municipal Zoning Certificate, whichever is applicable
I. Water Use Plan OR Certification from the National Water Resources Board or the Local Water Provider
J. Joint Venture Agreement / Contract with Developer, if applicable.
Additional documentary requirements if the land is owned by a company:
• Certified true copy of Business Registration (Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Papers, DTI Registration, etc.)
• Board Resolution of duly authorized signatories.
Additional documentary requirements if the land is owned by an individual:
• Two (2) Valid Government-issued Identification Cards (ID Cards) of the land owner
2. Payment of Application Fee
3. Presentation to the Business Development Committee (BDC)
4. Presentation to the Management Committee (ManCom)
5. Presentation to the Board of Directors for approval
6. Payment of Registration Fee
7. Endorsement to the concerned LGU for concurrence
8. Issuance of Ordinance of Concurrence by the concerned LGU
9. Processing of FAB Expansion Area Agreement (FEAA)
10. Payment of Annual Administrative Fee and Performance Bond
11. Issuance of FEAC
1. From submission of complete documentary requirements to AFAB Board approval – 30 to 40 calendar days.
2. From AFAB endorsement to LGU to issuance of the Ordinance of Concurrence – usually 30-60 days depending on the action of the LGU concerned.