Import Customs Clearance Process (Complete Guide)

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If you want to know the complete import customs clearance process.

You are on the right page!

Here I explain the complete import clearance process step by step.

Hello, friends welcome to another fresh article from “IndianCustoms.Info”. Here in this article, I explained the customs clearance process.

This article will help you understand the import clearance process’s simple steps.

Mainly Import clearance is done by the customs house agent.

But you also need to be aware of the clearance process, otherwise, your CHA can fool you easily.

For example, If you import any goods to India and you are aware of the import clearance process because you are new to importing that product.

But Don’t worry you are on “Indiancustom.Info”, I promise you, If you follow us then no one can fool you.

You just need to read the complete article carefully.

Before starting, you need to understand What is Customs Clearance and the importance of clearance.

Customs Clearance

What Is Customs Clearance?

If any Importer or exporter wants to import/export any goods from any country.

They should file a Bill of entry/Shipping Bill to customs clear the goods.

The bill of entry/Shipping bill contains the details of imported goods.

Like:- Value of goods, the number of goods, Description of goods, Total payable customs duty, etc…

To complete the customs clearance process you need to appoint the Customs House Agent (CHA).

The Customs house agent will help you to customs clear the goods easily.

Customs house agents will be done the complete customs clearance work.

Below given works are included in customs clearance work:-

  • Preparation of Checklist.
  • Submission Of Bill Of Entry/Shipping Bill.
  • Cargo Tracking.
  • Collection Of Delivery orders.
  • Assessment of bill of entry/Shipping bill.
  • Customs Duty payment.
  • Examination of goods.

You can also be done customs clearance work by yourself, by obtaining self-CHA.

To do the process successfully you need to learn customs clearance.

Learn Customs Clearance

How To Learn Customs Clearance?

Learn Customs Clearance

In international trade Import/Export play a major role.

Import/Export is not possible without customs clearance.

So, The clearance work is very important and as well as complicated.

To learn clearance, You need to join a customs house agent (CHA) or you can join our Import Documentation course.

You can join this course and learn the customs clearance process and understand how customs clearance works.

Eligibility To Work With Customs House Agent.

If you want to work with any customs house agent (CHA) as a documentation executive.

You must be a Degree Holder with good English communication skills.

English communication skills are not mandatory. But,

If you have good communication skills in English. It will be a plus point for you.

Note:- There are no fixed eligibility criteria for clearance work If work as a documentation executive.

If you want to work with any customs house agent (CHA) as a G-Card Holder.

You must be Degree Holder and you have to pass out the G-card exam conducted by customs.

Customs Clearance Process

The clearance process is not easy, but it’s very easy to understand.

Here I explain the same step by step.

First, you need to provide documents to your clearance agent.

Then your agent will provide you with a checklist with complete details of the goods.

You need to check the checklist properly and give them the approval to file the paper.

After filing a paper customs officers will verify the value of goods and examine the cargo, then the officer will pass the paper.

If there is no issue with your goods or the value of goods, the clearance process will be done very smoothly.

I hope now you understand what is Customs Clearance. Comment below if anyone has any suggestions or query this regarding the clearance work.

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