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- Samarth Exim Services | dgft consultancy ghansoli navi mumbai
Are you an informed importer-Exporter? We are going the extra mile to let you know about the latest updates through sending newletters regularly . Our Services We pride ourselves on maintaining client relationships and serving as experienced trusted advisors. Our clients often start as colleagues and become friends, which make us unique. We Innovate With innovation, we are creating an advanced world for our clients. Experience Our Company is serving Importers-Exporters from Many Years and this experience helps us to deliver high Performance. Analysis We do the analysis to find the benefits of our clients under the various schemes of the Foreign Trade Policy. Services MEIS Scheme The Objective of Merchandise Export from India Scheme (MEIS) is to provide rewards to exporters to offset infrastructural inefficiencies and associated costs. SEIS Scheme The objective of Service Exports from India Scheme (SEIS) is to encourage and maximize export of notified Services from India. It is applicable to service exporters from India. RoDTEP Scheme TMA scheme Remission of Duties or Taxes on Export Products RoDTEP is a Scheme for the Exporters to make Indian products cost-competitive and create a level playing field in the Global Market. Transport and Marketing Assistance (TMA) scheme is introduced to provide less expensive transportation of goods, referred to as freight, which is an integral element of today’s international trade. DFIA Scheme EPCG Scheme Duty Free Import Authorisation is issued to allow duty free import of inputs after completion of exports with some major changes. The objective of the EPCG Scheme is to facilitate the import of capital goods for producing quality goods and services and enhance India’s manufacturing competitiveness. RoSCTL Scheme The cabinet approved the RoSCTL Scheme to rebate all embedded state and central taxes for apparel and made-ups. Advance Authorisation Scheme Advance Authorisation is issued to allow duty-free import of inputs for manufacturing export Products. Star Export House Certificate Status Holders are business leaders who have excelled in international trade and have successfully contributed to the country’s foreign trade. Are You Looking for professional advice for your import-export issues? Get a Free Quote We offer a free call consultation Get the solution of all your Import-Export problems from DGFT experts. Select a Service MEIS Scheme SEIS Scheme RoSCTL Scheme RoDTEP Scheme TMA scheme Advance Authorisation Scheme DFIA Scheme EPCG Scheme Star Export House Certificate arrow&v Submit Request Our Office We are headquartered in Mumbai, providing PAN India DGFT Consultancy Services Drop a line You may contact us by filling in this form any time you need professional support. Careers Join India’s No. 1 DGFT Consulting Organization with a unique position.
- Regulatory Updates | Samarth Exim Service
Regulatory Updates FT D&R Act FT D&R Rules Foreign Trade Statement Foreign Trade Policy Appendices Foreign Trade Procedures Notifications Aayat Niryat Forms Public Notice Circulers Trade Notices ITCHS Based Import & Export Policy Central Product Classification SION
- SEIS | Samarth Exim Service
SEIS Scheme (Service Export from India Scheme) What is SEIS Scheme? - An Overview Home About Us Our Services IEC Profile Management MEIS SEIS RoSCTL EPCG Transport and Marketing Assistance (TMA) Certificate of Origin Advanced Authorisation Still Import monitoring system RCMC Registration RoDTEP Star Export House Certificate / Status H DFIA scheme Import Export Authorisation Quality Complaints and Trade Disputes Regulatory Updates FT D&R Act FT D&R Rules Foreign Trade Statement Foreign Trade Policy Foreign Trade Procedures Aayat Niryat Forms Appendices Notifications Public Notices Circulers Trade Notices ITCHS Based Import & Exports Policy SION Central Product Classification Contact Search The SEIS Scheme or Service Export from India Scheme is an incentive given by the Ministry of Commerce through the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) to Service Exporters based in India. This reward scheme is to promote the export of services from India. SEIS Scheme was introduced on 1st April 2015 for 5 Years under the Foreign Trade Policy of India 2015-2020. Earlier, this Scheme was named as Served from India Scheme (SFIS Scheme) for Financial Year 2009-2014. There are following four modes to export services to foreign clients. Its main objective is to boost and maximize the export of notified/selected Services from India. Under SEIS Scheme, Exporters of selected Services are entitled to a 3% / 5% / 7% incentive on the Net Foreign exchange earned in the form of Duty Credit Scrips. These SEIS scrips can be used to pay Import duty or can be encashed by selling it to any Importer. Therefore, it is as good as cash Incentive Scheme. Who is eligible for the SEIS Scheme? Services rendered in the manner of Mode 1 & Mode 2 are only eligible for the SEIS Scheme. Mode 3 and Mode 4 are not eligible to claim SEIS Incentive. Export of services to foreign clients can be undertaking in the following four modes: Mode 1– Cross Border Trade (Supply of Service from India to any other Country). For Example – An Indian Audit firm is sending audited accounts to a Foreign Company operating in London. [This may categorize as export of “Accounting & Auditing Services”] An Indian Company doing market research activities for a Foreign Company based in the UAE [This may categorize as export of “Market research Services”] Mode 2 – Consumption Abroad (Supply of a Service from India to the Service consumer of any other country (currently) in India). For example – A Foreign Tourist from America living in a 5-star hotel in India and paying for accommodation & food in Foreign Currency through International Credit Cards. [This may categorize as Export of “Hotel Services”] An Indian tour operator company is planning and selling packages to foreign tourists for their travel in India. These types of companies are also known as Inbound Tour Operators. [This may categorize as export of “Travel agencies and Tour operator Services”] Mode 3 – Commercial presence (Supply of a Service from India through Commercial presence in any other Country). For Example – An Indian Company having an office in Singapore and providing Engineering Services to clients based in Singapore. It means the physical presence of an Indian company in foreign countries. Mode 4 – Presence of natural persons (Supply of a Service from India through the presence of natural persons in any other Country). For example – An Indian Doctor performs surgery by visiting the patient based in the USA. / An Indian Consultant provides Services by visiting his Client in the UK. Service providers of notified Services, as per appendix 3D, are only eligible for Service Export from India Scheme. For Example – Software Services Exporters are not qualified for SEIS. To claim SEIS Benefit, The Service Exporter should have an Active IEC Code. For Example - Company XYZ has taken its Importer Exporter Code (IEC Code) on 01.04.2016, then all the Services provided by the Company after 01.04.2016 (i.e., Invoices generated after 01.04.2016) will be eligible for claiming rewards under SEIS. Eligible Service Exporter (can be a Company, LLP, or Partnership) should have minimum net free foreign exchange earnings of 15,000 USD in the year of rendering services to apply for SEIS Scheme. Similarly, Individuals and Sole Proprietors should have minimum net free foreign exchange earnings of 10,000 USD to be eligible to apply under the Service Export from India Scheme. Note: The Foreign Trade Policy 2015-2020 clearly defines the Net Foreign Exchange Earnings, which is: Net Foreign Exchange Earnings = Gross Foreign Exchange Earnings – Total Foreign Exchange Payments/ Remittances/ Expenses bore by the Service provider in the financial year. SEZ Units are also eligible for SEIS Scheme. But, EOU, STP, BHTP, EHTP Units are not eligible to claim SEIS incentives. Some eligible services are allowed to accept Indian rupees towards their service charges instead of foreign currency, which shall be deemed foreign exchange. A list of such services is given in (Appendix 3E) Free Foreign Exchange earned through international credit cards and other instruments, as permitted by RBI, shall also be taken into account for computation of the value of exports. List of eligible Services under SEIS & SEIS rate of rewards – (Table) As per Public Notice No. 45/2015-20 dated 05.12.2017, the list of eligible Services under the SEIS Scheme and its rates as per Appendix 3D is shared. Kindly note that the mentioned Rates are into two periods, i.e. 01.04.2017 to 30.10.2017 & 01.11.2017 to 31.03.2018. This change in rate is because, in the Mid-term Review of the Foreign Trade Policy, the Government had enhanced the Rate of Incentive under SEIS Scheme for selected Services. It was increased from 5% to 7% & from 3% to 5%. Also, please note that the rate of Incentive for period 01.11.2017 to 31.03.2018 is valid till 31.03.2019. Rate of incentives from 01.04.2019 to 31.03.2020 are yet to be notified. Ineligible categories under the SEIS Scheme All the remittances received for giving Services that are not a part of appendix 3D, will not be considered for benefit. This remittance precisely means that all other sources of foreign exchange earnings like equity or debt participation, donations, loan repayment receipts, etc. which is not related to the Service provided, will not be considered. It should be noted that the entitlement calculation under SEIS will not involve the following Services.Remittances of Foreign Exchange received for:Under the Financial Services Sector Raising loans of all types in foreign currency. Realization of Export proceeds of clients. Use of ADRs/GDRs/other instruments for issuance of Foreign Equity. Foreign Currency Bonds Issuance. Selling Securities and Foreign Currency Bonds. Selling Securities and other Financial Instruments. Other types of receivables which are entirely different from the Services which are rendered by the financial institutions. Under Regular/ Contractual employment in a foreign country Payments which are received from the EEFC Account for various Services. Equity participation, donations, etc. or any other kind of foreign exchange turnover by the Healthcare Institutions. Equity participation, donations, etc. or any other kind of foreign exchange turnover by the Educational Institutions. Turnover of various DTA Service Providers gets clubbed with the turnover of Services rendered by EOU/EHTP/STPI or BTP units. All the foreign exchange earnings by Airlines or even Shipping whose neither origin nor source country is India. Telecom Sector Service providers. What is the SEIS scrip or Duty Credit Scrip? SEIS Incentives are given in the form of Duty Credit Scrip. It is also known as SEIS Scrip or SEIS License. It is a document that allows the entitled holder to pay import custom duties levied on the import of various Services and goods. These scrips are government-issued, and the issuing department is DGFT. The SEIS Scrips are “Freely Transferable” in nature. It means that if the Scrip Holder does not import anything, he/she can sell the SEIS license in the open market at a premium rate. How do you use SEIS Scrips? Let us consider Company M/S XYZ. Company is into the export of services, and they have applied for SEIS. Hence, they have received SEIS scrip for Rs. 1 Lakh (Say for Example). Now this Company is also into Import of Goods. Therefore, they can set-off this Credit of Rs. 1 Lakh against the Basic Customs Duty which is payable to them at Customs during Import of Goods. In the above Example, Company XYZ is into the Import of Goods. But what will happen to the scrip if the Company is not importing anything? How will the Import Duty Credit be utilized? How will the scrip be beneficial to the Company? It is here where we look at the core concept of the Freely Transferable Nature of Rewards under SEIS. It means that the Duty Credit Scrip is Freely Transferable/Saleable/Tradeable. Therefore, it can be sold to any individual who is into Imports of Goods or Services. This freely transferable nature of Scrips is endorsed on the Duty Credit Scrip itself. This feature is unique to only SEIS. It wasn’t present in the earlier Served from India Scheme (SFIS Scheme). Therefore, to sum it up, Consider an organization Exporting Services worth Rs. 1 crore in a particular FY and gets rewarded duty scrip of value Rs. 5 lakh (let’s assume Rate of Reward @5%). Now, either the holder can use it to import Goods/Services without paying duties up to Rs 5 lakh or sell it out in the market (in case he doesn’t import goods or utilize it) and get money in exchange of duty scrip. Therefore, it can be said that rewards under SEIS Scheme are as good as cash incentive, and all the service providers should take the SEIS Scheme benefits. List of documents required for the SEIS Scheme Importer Exporter Code (IEC Code) Application form ANF-3B (Aayat Niryat Form) CA Certificate Statement showing the nexus between Invoices and FIRC’s (Table No 4) Write up of Services Self–Certified copy of invoice and FIRC’s DGFT Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) RCMC Copy Necessary Declarations Procedure for applying under SEIS Scheme? After knowing all the necessary information and terms and conditions with the list of documents associated with the SEIS Scheme, we will briefly discuss the online procedure to file the SEIS application. Some Important points to note: SEIS Application should be made to jurisdictional DGFT offices using a DGFT Digital Signature. In this Scheme, the Exporter can apply one application for one financial year. One needs to claim the incentives before 12 months from the end of the relevant financial year. [A Claim submitted after 12 months would invite Late-cut/Penalty]. Claim for a particular FY will be rejected if it is made after 3 Years from the end of the FY. For Example – The last date of filing claim for FY 2017-18 will be 31.03.2021. SEIS Application is to be submitted online on the DGFT website, followed by the physical submission of the required documents. SEIS Scrip comes with a validity of 24 months. How can we assist you in claiming SEIS Scheme benefits from DGFT? We conduct Extensive Consultation with our Clients to understand the nature of their services and to determine whether they will be eligible to claim or not. We assist our clients in the preparation of documents in providing hassle-free services. Prepare and submit online applications to obtain the License under the SEIS scheme. Dedicated team for Follow-up at the DGFT Department for speedy processing of SEIS. Registration of the License done in customs from our office. We also assist in the selling of licenses at best available rate, provide help in documentation for the transfer of a license to the buyer. Also, do the online transfer by recording the details on the DGFT website. We complete entire process in a time bound manner.
- Our Services | Samarth Exim Service
Services MEIS Scheme The Objective of Merchandise Export from India Scheme (MEIS) is to provide rewards to exporters to offset infrastructural inefficiencies and associated costs. SEIS Scheme The objective of Service Exports from India Scheme (SEIS) is to encourage and maximize export of notified Services from India. It is applicable to service exporters from India. RoDTEP Scheme TMA scheme Remission of Duties or Taxes on Export Products RoDTEP is a Scheme for the Exporters to make Indian products cost-competitive and create a level playing field in the Global Market. Transport and Marketing Assistance (TMA) scheme is introduced to provide less expensive transportation of goods, referred to as freight, which is an integral element of today’s international trade. DFIA Scheme EPCG Scheme Duty Free Import Authorisation is issued to allow duty free import of inputs after completion of exports with some major changes. The objective of the EPCG Scheme is to facilitate the import of capital goods for producing quality goods and services and enhance India’s manufacturing competitiveness. RoSCTL Scheme The cabinet approved the RoSCTL Scheme to rebate all embedded state and central taxes for apparel and made-ups. Advance Authorisation Scheme Advance Authorisation is issued to allow duty-free import of inputs for manufacturing export Products. Star Export House Certificate Status Holders are business leaders who have excelled in international trade and have successfully contributed to the country’s foreign trade.
- MEIS | Samarth Exim Service
MEIS Scheme (Merchandise Exports from India Scheme) What is MEIS Scheme? - An Overview Home About Us Our Services IEC Profile Management MEIS SEIS RoSCTL EPCG Transport and Marketing Assistance (TMA) Certificate of Origin Advanced Authorisation Still Import monitoring system RCMC Registration RoDTEP Star Export House Certificate / Status H DFIA scheme Import Export Authorisation Quality Complaints and Trade Disputes Regulatory Updates FT D&R Act FT D&R Rules Foreign Trade Statement Foreign Trade Policy Foreign Trade Procedures Aayat Niryat Forms Appendices Notifications Public Notices Circulers Trade Notices ITCHS Based Import & Exports Policy SION Central Product Classification Contact Search The Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS Scheme) is an export incentive scheme introduced under the Foreign Trade Policy 2015-20, which came into effect from 01.04.2015 and will be valid until December 2020. MEIS Scheme was introduced with an objective to promote the export of goods from India by providing incentives in the range of 2-7% of the FOB value of exports for notified/specific products. By providing these incentives, MEIS Scheme aims to make Indian goods competitive in the global markets by offsetting infrastructural inefficiencies and associated costs involved in exports from India. The emphasis is given mainly on the products which have higher export intensity, has an excellent capability to generate employment in the country and enhance the competitiveness of Indian goods in the global market. The MEIS Scheme Provides incentive in the form of a Duty credit scrip or MEIS License which can be used in payment of import duties or can be sold in the open market for a premium rate. There were five schemes - Focus Market Scheme, Focus Product Scheme, Vishesh Krishi Gramin Udyog Yojana, Market Linked Focus Product Scheme, Agri Infrastructure incentive scheme under Foreign Trade Policy (FTP) 2009-14 which was replaced by MEIS Scheme. All the above five Schemes merged into a single MEIS Scheme, which removes various kinds of restrictions and significantly enlarges the scope of export incentive schemes present in earlier FTP. The MEIS scheme benefits are permitted to exports made by Special Economic Zone(SEZ) units also, which were not allowed in the previous export incentive schemes. Exporters can avail of the benefits under this scheme on the export of the eligible goods only notified as per the Appendix 3B. Who is eligible for MEIS Scheme? The following is the eligibility criteria for MEIS Scheme: All the Exporters from India, be it a merchant exporter (trader) or a manufacturer exporter who are exporting the products that are notified in the Appendix 3B – MEIS Schedule are eligible to claim incentives under the MEIS Scheme. Eligibility depends only on the product exported, and not on the country of export, since as per latest circulars, MEIS Scheme is eligible for all countries. SEZ Units & EOU Units are also eligible to claim benefits under the MEIS Scheme. There is no minimum turnover criteria to claim MEIS. Goods exported through e-commerce platforms via courier are also eligible. Country of origin of the exported products should be India, re-exported products are not eligible. Only those Shipping Bills are eligible for MEIS Scheme in which there is a “Declaration of Intent” & Scheme reward option is ticked as “YES”. How can we assist you in claiming the MEIS scheme benefits from DGFT? Consult our clients about the benefits they can avail of on their products by checking their eligibility. We assist our clients in the preparation of documents in providing hassle-free services. Prepare and submit online applications to obtain the License under the MEIS scheme. Registration of the License done in custom from our office. We also assist in the selling of licenses, provide help in documentation for the transfer of a license to the buyer. Also, do the online transfer by recording the details on the DGFT website. Nature of rewards under the MEIS scheme The Incentives are given to Exporter under the MEIS scheme in the form of Duty Credit Scrip or License, which are freely transferable. In case the holder of License wishes to sell the License, he can sell them to anyone who wishes to buy the License for a waiver of their import duty. MEIS rates Under the MEIS scheme, the benefit is calculated as a percentage of the FOB value of export for notified goods exported into notified markets. The incentives given under the MEIS scheme vary from product to product and from country to country. The reward rate is specified in Appendix 3B of FTP, which is categorized according to ITC(HS) code. MEIS rate of rewards varies from product to product and is in the range of 2% to 5% for most items. In some cases 7% also. As per the recent amendment, country-wise differentiation has been done away by extending the market coverage to all countries for MEIS incentives. Want to know the MEIS Rates for your Export Product? Just fill the below form and our team will get back to you with the latest rates within 1 hour. Submit Ineligible categories under MEIS scheme There are the following export categories that are ineligible under the MEIS scheme. Supplies made from Domestic Tariff Area (DTA) to Special Economic Zone (SEZ) units. Export of imported goods covered under paragraph 2.46 of FTP. SEZ /EHTP/EOU/ BTP /FTWZ products exported through DTA units. Exports initiated by units in Free Trade and Warehousing Zones (FTWZ). Deemed Exports. Export products which are subject to Minimum export price or export duty. Exports through trans-shipment, meaning thereby exports that are originating in the third country but trans-shipped through India. Red sanders/beach sand Gold, Silver, Platinum Diamond or any other precious metal in any form and other precious and semi-precious stones. Crude or Petroleum products of all type and all formulation Cereal (all types) Ores and concentrate of all types and in all formations All Sugar type and all the form of sugar Export of Meat & Products of Meat Export of milk and it's products How to use Duty credit scrip under MEIS? Duty credit scrip obtained under the MEIS Scheme can be used in the payment of following Import Duties - Basic Customs Duty, Safeguard Duty, Transitional Product specific safeguard duty, Anti-dumping Duty only. It cannot be used for the payment of 18% IGST. If the License holder does not intend to use the MEIS license for any of the given purpose then he can sell it in open market. MEIS Scrip can be sold at discount to the face value of license & can be sold directly to the buyer or through an agent who will help to find a buyer. For example – If you have Duty credit scrip worth Rupees 2,00,000 it means it can be used to pay duties equivalent to Rupees 2,00,000. If the holder does not intend to use the scrip he can sell it in open market. The person who wishes to buy the license will not pay 100% face value of the license obtained under the scheme. He may buy the scrip for a discount @97% of face value i.e. at Rupees 1, 94, 000 instead of Rupees 2, 00, 000. But still it has the face value of Rupees 2, 00, 000 and it can be used for the payment of duties equivalent to Rupees 2, 00, 000. In this transaction, Benefits to the buyer – He saved Rupees 6,000 in the given transaction as instead of paying Rupees 2,00,000 he only needs to pay 1,94,000. Benefits to the seller – Seller can en-cash the MEIS License and get the money directly in his account, which was otherwise of no use to him. The Validity of the MEIS Scrip is 24 months from the date of issue. Revalidation of Duty Credit Scrip is not permitted under the MEIS scheme, and it should be valid on the date on which actual debit is made. Documents required for MEIS Scheme Application The following are the documents required for MEIS Scheme: Shipping bills RCMC (Registration Cum Membership Certificate) EBRC (Electronic Bank Realization Certificate) Document preparation and gathering all the data needed for MEIS Application is an important task, and we have a separate team for each job to give our 100% efficiency. For submission of an online application under MEIS scheme, DGFT Digital Signature Certificate is also required. We have an in-house team to prepare DGFT DSC and RCMC to avoid any kind of delay in the process of obtaining the MEIS License. MEIS Scheme for export of goods through courier or foreign post offices using e-commerce The Goods exported by courier or foreign post office through e-commerce mode are eligible for MEIS Incentives. However, FOB value of goods up to Rupees 5,00,000 per consignment are only permitted for benefits under the MEIS scheme. If FOB value is more than Rupees 5,00,000 per consignment, then the benefit would be limited to the FOB value of Rs. Five lakh only. The Foreign Post Offices at New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai are used for the manual mode of export of the goods.
- About Us | Samarth Exim Service
About us In order to achieve the vision of our founder to make the Samarath Exim Services Consultants number one in the field of DGFT consulting, we have a mission to provide efficient and quality services to our clients at a reduced cost with the formulation and implementation of foreign trade policies and procedures. We strive hard to create and maintain good relationships with our clients & help them to grow their business. Samarth Exim Services, we believe that the Clients 100% satisfaction with end results is what matters most, and our stepwise approach for providing the service to them ensures just that. Nilesh Phanse Our experience and expertise in this field give us an edge to prepare a business-oriented approach on the matters of Foreign Trade Policies and Customs. We have been providing DGFT consultancy and Customs related service since many years. Founder & CEO These are the reason to choose us – We deliver Quality Services. In-depth Experience in DGFT consulting. Time bound Performance. We go extra mile for Clients convenience. How we are evolving: We have completely digitalised our work base and created paperless work environment to provide efficient and fast services to our clients. We have recently extended our services to Delhi, Gujarat, West Bengal with a new working strategy. Recently we implemented “Audit Software” for various export incentive schemes to ensure that our clients should not lose any benefits and claim against all their eligible documents. Let's help you! Submit 8433922220 email@example.com Our mission is clear We Innovate With innovation, we are creating an advanced world for our clients. Innovation is doing something by giving your best with a slight twist and this makes Samarth Exim Services unique. We come up with the new ideas for our business on a regular basis. We provide solution to any complex issues which do not occur on regular basis and difficult for everyone to solve with the innovative ideas. Experience Our Company is serving Importers-Exporters from Many Years and this experience helps us to deliver high Performance. There is no shortcut available to gain the experience, we have to achieve it by consistent efforts, here we are equipped with experienced and qualified staff in the field of DGFT which help us to give our best services and try to obtain maximum benefits for the clients.
- Still Import monitoring system | Samarth Exim Service
STEEL IMPORT MONITORING SYSTEM (SIMS) • Import Policy of specific iron & steel items appearing in Chapter 72, 73 and 86 of ITC (HS), 2017, Schedule – I as given in Annex to DGFT Notification no 17 dated 5th September 2019 has been changed from ‘free’ to ‘free subject to compulsory registration’ under Steel Import Monitoring System (SIMS) • Steel Import Monitoring System (SIMS) shall require importers to submit advance information in an online system for import of items in the Annex. On submission of online data/information, the system will generate an automatic unique Registration Number. No manual documents are to be submitted to any public authority for this purpose. • Importer can apply for online registration not earlier than 60th day and not later than 15th day before the expected date of arrival of import consignment. • The automatic Registration Number thus granted shall remain valid for a period of 75 days. • A registration fee of Rs 1 per thousand subject to a minimum of Rs.500/- and a maximum of Rs 1 Lakh on aggregate CIF value of imports will need to be paid through electronic mode in the online system for each registration number. • Facility of on line Registration will be available with effect from 16 September 2019. • Importer shall have to enter the Registration Number and expiry date of Registration in the Bill of Entry to enable Customs for clearance of consignment. • SIMS will be effective from 01.11.2019, i.e., Bill of Entry on or after 01.11.2019 for items as listed in the Annex to this Notification shall be governed by SIMS. • Other related information. - On registration, a Unique Registration Number (URN) starting with ‘STL’ will be sent to the IEC holders mobile/email id (as given in IEC database). - SIMS also has the facility to view earlier online registrations. In addition, incomplete applications which have not been submitted for registration on the DGFT portal are also available in the SIMS for review and further action - Any change in applicant’s mobile/email id will need to be first amended/updated in DGFT IEC database through the online IEC modification system - Importers who fail to register their information/data on notified steel items in advance or are found to furnish incorrect data in the Online SIMS module will attract punitive action including action under FTDR Act, 1992 - Online Steel Import Monitoring System (SIMS) is available on a 24X7 basis. However, in the interest of trade/importers, it is suggested that registrations are filed/obtained fairly well in advance to avoid disruptions in the business activity of the firm. - Any issues on account of difficulties faced in filing online registrations need to be ticketed at the link contact@dgft for resolution. Helpdesk at 1800111550 may also be approached for support.
- IEC Profile Management | Samarth Exim Service
IEC Profile Management What is IEC Home About Us Our Services IEC Profile Management MEIS SEIS RoSCTL EPCG Transport and Marketing Assistance (TMA) Certificate of Origin Advanced Authorisation Still Import monitoring system RCMC Registration RoDTEP Star Export House Certificate / Status H DFIA scheme Import Export Authorisation Quality Complaints and Trade Disputes Regulatory Updates FT D&R Act FT D&R Rules Foreign Trade Statement Foreign Trade Policy Foreign Trade Procedures Aayat Niryat Forms Appendices Notifications Public Notices Circulers Trade Notices ITCHS Based Import & Exports Policy SION Central Product Classification Contact Search An Importer -Exporter Code (IEC) is a key business identification number which mandatory for export from India or Import to India. No export or import shall be made by any person without obtaining an IEC unless specifically exempted. For services exports however, IEC shall be not be necessary except when the service provider is taking benefits under the Foreign Trade Policy. Consequent upon introduction of GST, IEC being issued is the same as the PAN of the firm. However, the IEC will still be separately issued by DGFT based on an application. The nature of the firm obtaining an IEC may be any of the follows- Proprietorship, Partnership, LLP, Limited Company, Trust, HUF, Society. Pre-Requisites for Applying for IEC IEC may be applied on behalf of a firm which may be a Proprietorship, Partnership, LLP, Limited Company, Trust, HUF, Society. Firm must have a PAN, bank account in the name of the firm and a valid address before applying. Address may be physically verified by the DGFT on issuance of the IEC. Please keep your PAN, bank details and firm details ready before applying.
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Chapter No Description Import Policy Export policy 1 Live Animals. Download (Type : PDF) Download (Type : PDF) 2 Meat And Edible Meat Offal. Download (Type : PDF) Download (Type : PDF) 3 Fish And Crustaceans, Molluscs And Other Aquatic Invertebrates. Download (Type : PDF) Download (Type : PDF) 4 Dairy Produce; Birds Eggs; Natural Honey; Edible Products Of Animal Origin, Not Elsewhere Specified Or Included. Download (Type : PDF) Download (Type : PDF) 5 Products Of Animal Origin, Not Elsewhere Specified Or Included. Download (Type : PDF) Download (Type : PDF) 6 Live Trees And Other Plants; Bulbs, Roots And The Like; Cut Flowers And Ornamental Foliage. Download (Type : PDF) Download (Type : PDF) 7 Edible Vegetables And Certain Roots And Tubers. Download (Type : PDF) Download (Type : PDF) 8 Edible Fruit And Nuts; Peel Of Citrus Fruit Or Melons. Download (Type : PDF) Download (Type : PDF) 9 Coffee, Tea, Maté And Spices. Download (Type : PDF) Download (Type : PDF) 10 Cereals. Download (Type : PDF) Download (Type : PDF)