SUBJECTS GRANTED OF FORM D CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN D:
Goods that are granted Form D certificates of origin – are goods that must fully meet the conditions prescribed in the CEPT Agreement, including:
1. WHICH GOODS HAVE AT LEAST AT LEAST 40% OF VOLUME OF ORIGIN FROM ANY ASEAN MEMBERS IN THE COMPOSITION OF GOODS
Formula to calculate 40% ASEAN content:
Value of imported raw materials:
The value of originating materials is not determined from a non-ASEAN member country
FOB price x100 <= 60%
2. TO BE TRANSPORTED DIRECTLY FROM THIS ONE MEMBER TO ANOTHER MEMBER. INCLUDING CASE:
Goods are transported through any ASEAN territory
For example: Goods going from Thailand to Laos into Vietnam.
Goods transported not through the territories of any other non-ASEAN member countries (goods directly from exporting countries to importing countries)
For example: Goods from Singapore Port to Saigon Port.
3. GOODS THROUGH THROUGH THROUGH AROUND THE COUNTRY OR MANY COUNTRIES, NEAR ASEAN, NOT A MEMBER OF ASEAN, WITH OR WITHOUT TRANSPORTATION OR TEMPORARY STORAGE AT THESE COUNTRY, CONDITING:
c1 Transits are necessary because of geographical conditions or requirements directly related to the transport of goods; For example: Goods from the Philippines via Hong Kong to Hai Phong port.
c2 The goods must not be traded or consumed in that transit country, and c3 there shall be no operations affecting the goods in the country of transit other than unloading and reloading or other work necessary to preserve them. goods in guaranteed condition ..
PROCEDURES FOR GRANTING CERTIFICATES OF ORIGIN OF GOODS.
1. GENERAL GUIDANCE
– Exporters of products eligible for preferential treatment shall send an application to the Goods Appraisal Company for checking the origin of goods before exporting. The results of this inspection may be reviewed periodically or whenever deemed necessary, and will be accepted as supporting evidence to determine the origin of the goods to be exported for later. The test may not apply to certain easily identifiable originating goods.
– When carrying out procedures to export the goods eligible for concessions, the exporter must apply for a Certificate of Origin along with the necessary documents proving that the exported goods are eligible for Form D.
– The Government competent authority assigned to issue Certificate of Form D will specifically examine each case in order to ensure that:
+ Form D application and certificate have been correctly and fully declared and signed by the competent person;
+ Origin of goods comply with the rules of origin.
+ The other statements in the Form D certificate are appropriate to the accompanying documents
+ Specifications, quantity and weight of goods, codes and number of packages, quantity and types of packages declared in accordance with exported goods ..
2. DOSSIERS OF APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATES OF ORIGIN OF GOODS:
– Application for Certificate of Origin Form D signed by the Director. (main table)
– A certificate of origin, form D, issued by the Ministry of Trade, completely declared by the head of the unit. (original)
– Copy of completed Form D;
– A certificate of origin, form D, granted by an export / import goods trading company (certificate of origin inspection issued by an assessment service company) (original copy)
– Liquidated customs declaration; (copy )
– Commercial invoice and packing slip; (copy )
– Bill of lading; (copy )
– Contract (and related contract accessories) (copy)
* The papers used copy and bring the original for comparison.
* For certain types of goods that by their nature (such as fresh agricultural products, aquatic products, etc.) can be easily identified as pure origin in Vietnam, the enterprise may make a written commitment of export. origin of goods, which is exported by the enterprise in lieu of the goods origin inspection certificate.
3. GRANTING CERTIFICATES OF ORIGIN OF GOODS FORM D:
– Certificate of Form D must conform to the form issued by the Ministry of Trade and must be made in English;
– Set of Certificate Form D includes 1 original and three carbon copies with the following color:
* Original (Original): Light violet (light violet)
* Second copy (Duplicate) Orange (Orange)
* Third copy (Triplicate) Orange (Orange)
* Fourth copy (Quadruplicate) Orange (Orange)
– Each set of Certificates has its own reference for each location or issuing agency.
– The original and the third copy are sent to the importer by the exporter to submit to the customs office at the port or place of import; the second copy is retained by the competent authority; the fourth copy is retained by the exporter;
– After importing the goods, the third copy will be appropriately marked in the fourth box and returned to the competent agency issuing the Certificate of Origin within the appropriate time period.
4. TIME LIMIT FOR GRANTING FORM D ORIGIN OF CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN (THIS TERM IS CALCULATED FROM THE FULL RECEIVING OF DOCUMENTS)
– 2 working hours for normal cases
– 4 working hours in cases where it is necessary to re-determine the origin of goods.
GUIDANCE ON DECLARATION OF FORM D CERTIFICATES OF ORIGIN:
Certificate of origin form D is in English and typed (without handwriting). The content of the declaration must be consistent with the customs declaration which has been liquidated and other documents such as bill of lading, commercial invoice, certificate of origin certification of the Goods inspection service provider. import . (in the case of a test request)
1. HOW TO RECORD THE REFERENCE NUMBER:
For example, the reference number of a form D is as follows: VN-TL 03/27/0015.
Reference cell (located at the top right of the form): includes 5 groups:
Group 1: 02 Vietnamese characters: Vietnamese abbreviation
Group 2: 02 characters TL: Abbreviation of Thailand
Group 3: 02 characters 03: Abbreviated in 2003
Group 4: 02 characters 27: MS MB Binh Thuan Industrial Zones
Group 5: 04 characters representing the serial number of C / O form D.
2. HOW TO WRITE THE BOXES SHOWING IN FORM D:
– Box 1: Transaction name, address of Vietnamese exporter
– 2nd box: Transaction name, address of importer (in ASEAN)
– Box 3: Name of transport vehicle, waybill date, port of departure / arrival
– Box 4: Leave blank
– Box No. 5: List of goods
– Box 6: Sign the code and number of the package
– Box 7: Enter the name of the goods item, quantity, HS code of the importing country, specify the total FOB value of the shipment or the weight of the shipment in words.
– Box 8: Enter ASEAN content
1. “X” if the goods are pure Vietnamese origin
2. …………….% Content of an ASEAN or combined ASEAN.
3. “ST”: if the product has a origin standard of “base conversion”
b and c are true to the conclusion of the testimony certificate.
– Box 9: Enter the gross weight, and FOB value of the shipment
– Box 10: Enter the number and date of the shipment invoice
– Box 11: Enter “VIET NAM” in the upper line, specify the country of import in the second line and specify the location, date and year with the signature of the head of the export unit.
– Box 12: This box Binh Thuan Industrial Zones Authority sign and seal;