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Israel Approved Exporters

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Israel Approved Exporters

Postby bridgat » Tue Nov 18, 2008 7:43 am

How to obtain "Approved exporter Status"


Authorization Procedures for "Approved Exporter" Status

a) A manufacturer or exporter who wishes to become an "Approved Exporter" should complete a declaratory form and present it to the Export Department, Israel Customs Services, 32 Agron Street, P.O. Box 320, Jerusalem. Potential candidates are U.S. firms with total annual exports to Israel of at least $20 million who have a clean record with the Israel Customs Services.

b) Israel Customs will examine whether the manufacturer or exporter complies with the criteria and grant approval for "Approved Exporter" status. The approved exporter will be given an identity number to be stamped on all invoices. The approval is valid for six months, after which the exporter should receive an automatic extension from Israel Customs. If the exporter does not receive an extension notice he/she must terminate use of the approval.

Compliance Procedures for Approved Exporters

a) The "Approved Exporter" should stamp the invoice with his/her identity number and add the following declaration:
"The undersigned hereby declares that the goods listed in this invoice were prepared in the U.S. and they comply with the origin requirements specified for those goods in the U.S.-Israel Free Trade Area Agreement for goods exported to Israel."

b) For shipments of mixed goods, separate invoices must be prepared for goods which do not comply with origin requirements and/or for which approval to operate as an "Approved Exporter" has not been granted.



Information Source: U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service


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Compliance Procedures for Approved Exporters

a) The "Approved Exporter" should stamp the invoice with his/her identity number and add the following declaration:
"The undersigned hereby declares that the goods listed in this invoice were prepared in the U.S. and they comply with the origin requirements specified for those goods in the U.S.-Israel Free Trade Area Agreement for goods exported to Israel."

b) For shipments of mixed goods, separate invoices must be prepared for goods which do not comply with origin requirements and/or for which approval to operate as an "Approved Exporter" has not been granted.
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