E-Clearance

 
E-Mirsal Transactional Processing:
  1. Copy of E-Mirsal that prepared at the company’s premises through e-clearance system
  2. Receive and check customs declaration accompanied with documents for transactional processing:
    • Delivery order from a shipping agent addressed to a licensed company by licensing agencies in UAE.
    • Original bill of lading (for seaports).
    • Import permit from the competent agencies in the event of importing restricted goods.
    • Original sale invoice addressed to a licensed importer in the country detailing total quantity, goods description and total value for each item.
    • Original certificate of origin approved by the chamber of commerce at the country of origin detailing the origin of goods.
    • Detailed packing list as per weight, method of packing and HS code for each individual article contained in the shipment.
    • Customs Clearing Representative Card.
  3. Enter the form number into the customs declaration system for checking data entered by the company
  4. Print out the customs declaration.
  5. Collect customs duties and registration fees.
  6. Deliver client’s own copies and retain customs.
 
Customs E-Clearance Transactional Processing:
  1. Receive customs declaration through e-clearance system.
  2. Deliver documents required for transactional processing within 48 hours from the time of their receipt through e-clearance system, which include:
    • Copy of the declaration prepared at the company’s premises.
    • Bill of lading.
    • Delivery order from a shipping agent addressed to a licensed company by licensing agencies in UAE.
    • Import permit from the competent agencies in the event of importing restricted goods.
    • Original sale invoice addressed to a licensed importer in the country detailing total quantity, goods description and total value for each item.
    • Original certificate of origin approved by the chamber of commerce at the country of origin detailing the origin of goods.
    • Detailed packing list as per weight, method of packing and HS code for each individual article contained in the shipment.
  3. Customs Clearing Representative Card.
  4. Enter declaration number and check data entered by the company into e-clearance system in terms of (importer’s code- shipping agent code – date of preparing customs declaration 0 delivery order number – description of goods).
  5. Check customs declaration and enclosures.
  6. Send online approval for completing transactional processing.
  7. Retain customs` copy
 
( ArClearanceProceduresJun09.pdf)
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File Date: 29/06/2012
 
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