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EXIM Procedure


Introduction

Exim Procedure is generally known as export-import procedure. Exim Procedure involves some document requirement for import and export of goods from one country to another. Exim Procedures involves several commercial and regulatory procedures. These procedures required some documentation process.


Export Procedure:

When an exporter export some goods from another country, he has to submit shipping bills, if the export is done by sea or air and “bill of export” for export is done by road.


Documents for Export Procedure:

  • Packing List
  • Certificate of Origin
  • Commercial Invoice
  • Declaration of Value

Import Procedure:

Import means bringing or purchasing goods from outside India. Import procedure depends upon the import policies, requirements and customs of different countries. An importer cannot import goods into India directly without a valid import license. For issuing import license importers are divided into three categories:

  • Actual Users
  • Registered Exporter
  • Established Importer

Documents for Import Procedure:

  • Invoice
  • Packing List
  • Copy of license attested
  • Bill of Lading

References

For further details please visit the sites:-

www.soft.net
www.dgft.gov.in
dgftcom.nic.in