Taipei Customs(台北關)

The Temporary Admission (ATA Carnet)

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What is the format and specifications of the Carnet?

 I. The format of an ATA Carnet shall be consistent with the ATA Convention, unless otherwise stipulated in the treaties or agreements signed by the ROC and other countries.

The aforementioned ATA Carnet shall specify the following items:

1.      the countries (or territories) where the ATA Carnet is applicable;

2.      the name of the guaranteeing association;

3.      the expiration date of re-exportation;

4.      descriptions of the goods;

5.      the date of the last day of the period of validity of the ATA Carnet, including the day, month and year;

6.      the name of the Applicant: the name of either a natural person or a juridical person, as well as the address thereof.

7.      the name of the Holder: the name of either a natural person or a juridical person, as well as the address thereof. (Completion of this item may be omitted in the case that the ATA Carnet is carried by the Applicant in person.)

8.      the means of transportation: the name of the vessel or flight number, the ports of loading and destination.

The aforementioned ATA Carnet shall be presented in English, or in a bilingual format that is in English and the language of the issuing country. Once an ATA Carnet has been issued, no additional item shall be added to the list of goods.

II. The ATA Carnet includes four types. All but the first type have two sheets. Each sheet consists of two parts, the voucher and the counterfoil.

1. The first type is the principle page of the Carnet, which includes the Applicant and Guaranteeing Association information. The Applicant/Holder can present it to the Customs of the export country for Customs clearance. The Customs must validate the Carnet by signing and stamping the column of “certificate by Customs Authorities”. After the completion of the clearance, the first type will be return to the Applicant/Holder.

2. The second type includes an exportation sheet and a re-importation sheet. The former is used for export clearance of goods in the Carnet-issuing country, while the latter is used for re-import clearance of goods when the goods are re-imported to the Carnet-issuing country.

3. The third type includes an importation sheet and a re-exportation sheet. The former is used for import clearance of goods when the goods are being imported, while the latter is used for re-export clearance in the Customs of importation after the goods is imported.

4. The fourth type includes two sheets, which are used for the clearance of transit goods in the Customs of importation and the Customs of destination respectively.

 

Contact Point:Subsection III, Import Classification & Valuation Section II , Clearance Division I

TEL: (03) 3834161 ext 235

  • Publish Date:2017-07-18
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