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التعليمات التنفيذية رقم (2) لسنة 2017 تعليمات معدلة لتعليمات
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Introduction:

The (ACC) issues Certificates of Origin for agricultural and animal products and also for natural resources of Jordan along with Certificates of Origin for re-exported foreign goods. Besides, (ACC) issues Certificates of Origin for the Jordanian industrial products as requested by exporter on the basis of a Certificate of Origin issued by one of the Jordanian Chambers of Industry affirming that the goods are of a Jordanian Origin.



Documents Required:


1. Export/Re-export Invoice:

Exporter should be a registered member with the (ACC), and should present an original commercial invoice (not an invoice indicting prices) signed by the authorized signatory on behalf of the Establishment or Company, including information related to goods in terms of brand, quantity, value, and origin of goods along with the exporter’s name, address, importer’s name and address, invoice number and date. It is also necessary to add to invoice exporter's declaration either in Arabic or English as follows according to invoice:

We hereby certify that this invoice is in all respects correct and true both with regard to the price and description of the goods referred herein, and that the country of origin is (……………).


2. Agricultural products, animal and mineral resources:

* It is necessary to present an original commercial invoice indicating the information in the above-mentioned Item No. (1).
* It is also necessary to present a license issued by the Ministry of Agriculture for some agricultural and animal stock products along with another license issued by the Natural Resources Authority for some products of natural resources.


3. Re-exported Goods:

* It is necessary to present an original commercial invoice indicating the information included in the above-mentioned Item No. (1).
* It is also necessary to present an incoming customs declaration or a certificate of origin according to which goods have been imported, endorsed by the Chamber of Commerce which has already issued such certificate to be used as a basis for issuing a certificate of origin for re-export or a commercial invoice endorsed by one of the Arab or foreign Chambers of Commerce.


4. Goods Imported to the Free Zone via Transit:

* It is necessary to present an original commercial invoice indicating the information included in the above-mentioned Item No. (1)
* It is also necessary to present a certificate of origin endorsed by a Chamber of Commerce or a transit declaration or a declaration of admission to the Free Zone endorsed by the Jordanian Customs Department to confirm the origin of goods.


5. Goods Imported Directly from One Country to Another Abroad:

These are goods exported directly from the country of origin and/or exporting country to the importing country without going through Jordan, and the beneficiary from the goods is the merchant registered with the (ACC). In this case, the merchant should:

* Present an original commercial invoice indicating the information included in the above-mentioned Item No. (1) along with a phrase in which the merchant declares that “The goods have been exported directly from the country of origin and/or exporting country to the importing country.”
* Present a certificate of origin endorsed by a Chamber of Commerce confirming the origin of goods and indicating that the merchant is the beneficiary from the goods and also indicating merchant’s address in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.


6. Locally Manufactured Goods:

* It is necessary to present an invoice in the name of the Jordanian factory including all the information related to goods and endorsed by one of the Jordanian Chambers of Industry.
* It is also necessary to present a certificate of origin issued by one of the Jordanian Chambers of Industry confirming the origin of the goods.


7. Goods Assembled by the Jordanian Local Markets:

This item includes scrap metals, carton waste, damaged paper, oil waste, pieces of cloth locally assembled from the Jordanian markets. In this case, the exporter should:

* Present an original commercial invoice indicating the information included in above-mentioned Item No. (1).
* Present evidence confirming that these goods assembled by the local markets and are owned by exporter such as purchase invoices, receipts for purchase, supply agreements, and tenders.
* Present a letter from the Establishment or Company pledging to that these goods are assembled by local markets and indicating description and quantity of goods and provided that the letter is signed by the person administratively authorized to sign on behalf of the Establishment or Company.

Besides, the exporter should make a declaration on the invoice stating the following: “We certify that the goods indicated in this invoice have been assembled by the local markets of Jordan.”


8. Jordanian handcrafts products:

These include handcrafts products in which no manufacturing is involved such as handcrafts, oriental souvenirs, and confectioneries. In this case, the exporter should present an original commercial invoice indicating the information included in the above-mentioned Item No. (1) along with the exporter’s declaration on the invoice as follows: “We certify that the goods indicated in this invoice are handcrafts products of Jordan.”



Procedures:

1. Refer to the Information Desk to ascertain the documents required and to obtain a (turn) number.
2. Wait at the hall designated for visitors to the Members Services Department until your number is called through the automatic calling system.
3. After receiving the application, the employee will verify the application and enter the necessary information into the computer, and after concluding such entry, the application will be ready for paying the fees.
4. The application will be referred to the competent employee for stamping and numbering the invoice using the same number of the relevant Certificate of Origin.
5. After that, the application will be referred to the employee authorized to sign on behalf of the (ACC) for signature.
6. The Certificate of Origin will then be stamped with the (ACC) stamp.
7. Refer to the Cashier to seal the Certificate with the State Revenue Stamps after receiving fees amounting to five Dinars for each Certificate of Origin.



Place Where the Service is Provided:

Guarantees and Certificates of Origin Unit affiliated with the (ACC) Members Services Department.



Fees Required:

* Merchant (Establishment/Company) with a capital of five thousand Dinars and more: Fees will be one per thousand of the invoice total value yielding a maximum of fifty Dinars and a minimum of four Dinars.
* Merchant (Establishment/Company) with a capital less than five thousand Dinars: Fees will be half point per thousand of the invoice total value yielding a maximum of twenty-five Dinars and a minimum of two Dinars.
* Non-Registered (Factory/Manufacturer) Fees will be one per thousand of the invoice total value yielding a maximum of fifty Dinars and a minimum of four Dinars.
* Certificate of Origin should be sealed with State Revenue Stamps amounting to five Dinars for each Certificate of Origin to the benefit of Ministry of Finance.



Time needed To Complete the Service:

Fifteen Minutes.

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