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Jordan: Import and Customs Regulations

 

Accompanying documents:

Customs declaration(s):

  1. Packages:
    • 1 Customs declarations CN 23 either in Arabic, English or French
  2. Letters containing goods and packets:
    • Customs Declaration CN 22 either in Arabic, English or French;
      if the value of the goods exceeds 300 SDRs:
    • Customs declarations CN 23 either in Arabic, English or French

Invoice(s) and certificate(s) of origin:

Regardless of the place of origin or dispatch, the imported goods must be accompanied by a certificate of origin stating the origin of the goods and the country in which they were produced; this applies equally to animal, vegetable, natural or industrial products.

The origin may be evidenced either by proof, certified by the Chamber of Commerce or another officially authorized institution, confirming the accuracy of the information and the origin, or by the provision of a detailed certificate of origin as proof of origin. In this case, the information in the certificate must correspond to those in the invoice and the date of shipment.

The invoices or certificates of origin must be certified by the diplomatic missions, if existing, at the place of origin of the goods. Otherwise these documents may be certified by the Chambers of Commerce or another authority in accordance with the preceding paragraph.

The first invoice stating the origin of the goods or the separate certificate of origin itself must clearly indicate the exact origin of the goods.

The separate certificate of origin, for which there is no specimen text, must specify the number of packages, their nature, their distinguishing features, the number and the nature of the goods, the gross and net weight of the goods, their origin and the names of the sender and the recipient.

Certificates of origin or invoices for which certain forms or specimen texts are required by international agreements or specific regulations must comply with the requirements of those agreements or regulations.

Exceptions to the presentation of the certified invoice or accredited certificate of origin: 

1. Exceptions to the obligation to present a certified invoice are made in the following cases:

1.1 Mail, packages and airmail packages of personal nature with an estimated value of less than 200 dinars.

1.2 Promotional material, samples and models without commercial value with an estimated value of less than 2000 dinars.

1.3 Newspapers, books, magazines, catalogs on the condition that their origin is clearly recognizable.

1.4 Import by the diplomatic and consular corps operating in the Kingdom.

1.5 Direct Import by ministries, state departments and institutions.

1.6 Invoices stating the origin of goods and issued by the authorities for such goods may be accepted, even if the issuer of such invoices does not have its business location or headquarters in the country of origin.

2. A certificate of origin may be disclaimed in the following cases:

2.1 Mail items and airmail packages of personal nature with an estimated value of less than 100 dinars.

2.2 Promotional material, samples and models without commercial value with an estimated value of less than 100 dinars.

2.3 Used furniture imported by persons returning to Jordan permanently.

2.4 Newspapers, books, magazines, catalogs on the condition that their origin is clearly recognizable.

All other customs regulations for shipping, please refer to the link

jordan/customs
 
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