Import cargo declaration and inspection procedures
1. The customer provides the arrival notice, original bill of lading or telex bill of lading to the shipping company to exchange bills, terminal fees, etc. in exchange for the import bill of lading.
2. When preparing for customs declaration and inspection, the required documents:
1) Necessary documents: one copy of packing list, invoice, contract, one copy of customs declaration and power of attorney for inspection
2) If it is a wooden box, a fumigation certificate and IPPC seal must be provided for disinfection and insecticide treatment
3) The special documents required for different products are fully prepared
4) For countries with tax reduction or exemption, please provide the country's preferential certificate of origin
3. After import declaration, if required by customs for price review, the customer shall provide relevant price certificates. Such as letters of credit, insurance policies, original invoices, bidding documents and other documents required by the customs.
4. After the customs has printed the tax bill, the customer must pay the tax within 7 working days. If the time limit is exceeded, the customs will collect late fees on a daily basis.
5. After customs clearance and inspection, customers need to pay customs clearance and inspection agency fees in time to the agency company.
Note: The goods must be declared to the customs within 14 days after arrival at the port. If the time limit expires, the customs will collect a fine for delayed declaration (based on the value of the goods) for more than three months, the customs will sell it as unowned goods.
In any of the following circumstances during customs declaration and inspection, the guarantor may provide customs declaration and inspection guarantee and apply for the release of the goods:
(1) The commodity classification, duty-paid value, and origin of import and export goods have not yet been determined;
(2) Effective customs declaration and inspection documents have not been provided;
(3) Taxes have not been paid within the tax payment deadline;
(4) At the time of customs declaration and inspection, the approval procedures for tax reduction or exemption or other customs procedures have not been completed. The state has restrictive regulations on inbound and outbound goods and articles. Where permits should be provided but cannot be provided, as well as other circumstances that cannot be guaranteed by laws and administrative regulations, the customs shall not handle guarantee release.
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