Monday, November 30, 2015
Import of Goods into India – Evidence of Import
An importer has to submit as evidence of import,
(a) the exchange control copy of the Bill of Entry for home consumption;
(b) the exchange control copy of the Bill of Entry for warehousing, in the case of 100% Export Oriented Units (EOUs); or
(c) Customs Assessment Certificate or Postal Appraisal Form as declared by the importer to the Customs Authorities.
RBI has allowed the following additions to the above list:
(d) Bill of Entry issued by Customs Authorities named as Ex-Bond Bill of Entry or by any other similar nomenclature.
(e) Courier Bill of Entry, as declared by the courier companies to the Customs Authorities.Based on RBI Circular dt 26/11/15. Please visit www.rbi.org.in for any further clarification if required….. Poppy