They refer to permits or licenses that must be obtained to export goods

• Obtaining a valid business card in the name of the exporter
• Obtaining export licenses for each item separately, which are not the same for different goods.
• Obtaining a certificate of health and quarantine for the goods (livestock, vegetable, as appropriate)
• Standard certificate (if the goods are subject to mandatory export standard requirements)
• Obtaining the atomic energy certificate (as applicable)
• Providing the packing list, if the products are different
• Carpet ID (for handmade rugs)

Documents related to the export of goods

• Proforma Invoice and Invoice
• Warehouse bill (in cases where the goods are delivered to the customs warehouses)
• The original and copy of the business card
• The export license for conditional authorized goods
• Presentation of health certificate (for export of vegetable products)
• Presentation of the standard certificate (for goods that observing standard declared mandatory)
• Pricing the exporting goods (by the Exporting Commodity Pricing Commission, which is formed in the Export Development Center)
• Setting the packing list
• The original and copy of the letter of attorney (in cases where the declarant of the good to the customs is a non-owner)
• Official letter of introduction to introduce the representative
• The export or export goods declaration made by the owner of the goods or his legal representative, in which, the information required by the customs is available.

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