Any devs from Quebec or Canada? (iTunes connect question)

Discussion in 'iOS Programming' started by TodVader, Oct 20, 2009.

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    TodVader

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    Quebec, Canada
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    Hi, I'm about to fill in the 2 forms that you have to send to Apple to sell on the Appstore. In the form for Quebec, it asks my:

    -Complete name
    -Address,
    -Quebec entreprise number
    -MRQ identification number
    -Contact person with his title

    First, I don't have a Quebec entreprise number. Can't I just sell as an individual like any other domain I could start a company in?

    Second, I don't even know what a MRQ identification number is. All I know is that I don't have one.

    What did you Quebec individuals do? The canadian form also asks a business number.
     
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    Hey Tod, I know your post is from 3 years ago but I see you're also active on the forums. May I ask what you did for these fields? I've just finished my first game and went to iTunes connect and am now faced with the same two forms. The Federal one is ok, I'm just not sure what to enter for the same two fields on the Quebec one as you were and I'm hoping you can tell me what you did?

    Thanks!
     
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    ArtOfWarfare

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    Tod hasn't posted on the forums since October 2011. I don't know why Vidkid said he was active when he posted his message 5 months later.
     
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    PsykX

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    Sep 16, 2006
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    Same.

    We have registered a General Partnerships society (Société en nom collectif), but we don't have an MRQ ID yet, and according to what Revenu Quebec told me, it's not required if we generate below $30,000.

    How did you manage to fix that ? Was it required in your case ?

    I wrote to Apple, waiting for a reply.

    Thanks !

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    Would love to know your input too.
     

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