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People of determination are an integral part of the Dubai Customs work system and society at large. In its strategic plan Dubai Customs adopted empowerment of people of determination as a key part of its workforce. The organization has provided all resources and requirements to enable these individuals and give them a fair chance to serve their community and their nation through an inclusive, disability-friendly workplace environment. Dubai Customs website is equipped with latest tools making it easily accessible to persons with disabilities.

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Exhibition Goods Requirement for Travellers

​​​All incoming goods for exhibition and other commercial purposes must be declared upon arrival to the Customs stations. These items shall be charged 5% of their value based on the CIF (Cost, Insurance and Freight).

 

Required Documents:

  • Original invoice.
  • Certificate of origin.
  • Packing list.

An authorization and/or an official confirmation letter of participation addressed by the exhibition organizer shall be submitted, annexed with a detailed list of all the incoming goods for display purposes. Accordingly, the Custom’s officer shall arrange for a Temporary Admission Declaration.

In case the importation of good are performed according to the ATA Carnet, then the ATA carnet procedures will be applied without raising bonds or paying Customs Duty and Taxes or completing the normal Customs Procedures. For more information, refer to customs policy number 38.

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