Sezai KAYA, Customs Consultant, Former Customs Inspector
Conditions of Submitting Certificate of Origin
Certificate of origin has to be submitted for the goods subject to trade policy measures based on origin, additional customs duties or other financial financial liabilities.
Thus, no trade policy measure, additional customs duties or financial liabilities are charged. Certificate of origin proves that the goods are not originating in countries subject to these taxes or policies.
Which Country Should Isssue Certificate of Origin?
Certificate of origin has to be issued by the authorities of the country of origin or exporting country.
For shipments from European Union countries, if trading country and shipping country are different European Union countries, both countries can issue the certificate of origin.
The Goods Which Certificate Of Origin Is Not Required
Certificate of origin is not required for non-commercial goods with a CIF value not exceeding 430 Euro
Situations Where Certificate Of Origin Is Not Required
Certificate of origin is not required in the following cases below for the goods subject to additional customs duties or financial liabilities.
Information That Has To Be On Certificate Of Origin
Country of origin of the goods has to be written on the certificate of origin.
A certificate of origin has to have details of the goods. So, following information has to be on a certificates of origin:
If there are mistakes in the matters mentioned in (a), (b), (d) and (f) above, certificate of origin can be used with the approval of the customs administration.