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The Customs and Excise Division of the Ministry of Finance is responsible for approving all imports to and exports from Trinidad and Tobago. If you are exporting commercial goods, you must hire a Customs Broker to fill out the required documentation. You can find a list of Customs Brokers in the yellow pages of the Trinidad and Tobago telephone directory.
If you are importing commercial goods, you must hire a Customs Broker to fill out the required documentation. Importing and Exporting. How do I export goods? What documents do I need to export goods? What documents do I need to import goods? This form is provided by your broker. Submit the C82 Form along with the documents listed in the section below to a Customs Officer at a Customs and Excise office for signature.
Invoice showing the price paid locally. Export Licence, for those items that are on the Consolidated List of Licensable Exports please see below. Certificate of origin in the case of those items not manufactured locally. Works of art, artefacts, and archaeological findings.
Clays, crushed limestone, boulders, sand, gravel, plastering sand, porcellanite, argillite, oil sand. Embryos and artificial insemination material. All animal species listed in the CITES, as well as all endangered species of Trinidad and Tobago, whether live specimens, their parts, or derivatives, that is mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish or invertebrate.
Non-Ferrous Metal Scrap and Ores. Human Organs. Explosives, firearms, ammunition and ordnance. Items which are subsidised either directly or indirectly — rice, gasoline, kerosene, liquid petroleum gas. Electro-medical or medical or medical electronic equipment.
Duty-free capital goods e. Agricultural machinery including imported fishing boats and their engines. How do I import goods? Submit the C82 Form with the documents listed in the section below to a Customs Officer at a Customs and Excise office. The Customs Officer will sign the C82 Form and give you an Assessment that shows duties and taxes owing and return all documents to you.
A copy of the Airway Bill for items transported by air or Bill of Lading for items transported by sea. Import licence, for those items that are on the negative list please see below. A declaration on the C75 or C76 form used only when there is an ongoing demand-supply relationship between the importer and the supplier signed by the importer.
A certificate of origin provided by the supplier. Oilseed cake, meal, and other vegetable oil residues. Oilseeds, beans, nuts. Animal oils, fats and greases, unrefined. Fatty acids and solid residues from the treatment of oils and fats. Vegetable fats. Left Hand Drive vehicles. Used Right Hand Drive vehicles.
Paper for wrapping tobacco or cigarettes. Ship and boats under tonnes. Parathion, ethyl. Dichlorodiphenyl Trichloroethane DDT. Dibromochloropropane DBCP. Ethylene Dibromide EDB. Thallium and its salts. Aldrin, Dieldrin and Endrin. Where can I find more information?
Ministry of Finance
Proforma Quotation: A Proforma Quotation is a quote prepared by the exporter before shipping the goods, informing the buyer of the goods to be sent, their value, and other key specifications. A Proforma Quotation is usually sent by the exporter in reply to a request for quotation from the consignee. Proforma Invoice: A Proforma Invoice is an invoice prepared by the exporter before shipping the goods, informing the buyer of the goods to be sent, their value, and other key specifications. It also can be used as an offering of sale or price quotation. Commercial Invoice: A commercial invoice is a bill for the goods from the seller to the buyer.
CARICOM Invoice - Customs and Excise Division
CARICOM Commercial Invoice