1. Order of implementation:
- Step 1: Before customs declaration, the customs declarer must register with the customs office the information related to the export goods according to the information indicators (on the EDA screen) Circular 22/2014 / TT-BTC
+ Pre-registration information is valid and kept on the system up to 07 days from the time of registration before or during the final repair.
+ The customs declarer may modify the previous registration information on the system without limiting the number of repairs.
- Step 2: Declare the Customs. The customs declaration is made on the basis of feedback from the information system on imported goods already registered by the customs declarers. The customs declarant reviews the feedback from the system and takes responsibility before law for the use of feedback from the customs declaration system and the "send" button to the system. The export control policies and tax policies applicable to export goods shall take effect as from the time the customs office accepts registration of customs declaration information of the customs declarers.
- Step 3: The system automatically receives, inspects, registers and distributes customs declarations and feedback to the customs declarers.
2. Method of implementation:
Declaration, receipt and processing of customs declaration information, exchange of other information in accordance with the law on customs procedures between related parties is made through the office of data processing system electronic;
3. Composition and number of applications:
- Profile component:
+ Electronic declaration for export goods.
+ Documents enclosed with declarations (in electronic form or papers): according to the provisions of Article 22 of the Customs Law.
- Number of documents: 01 electronic copy
4. Time limit for settlement:
- The system is returned to the customs declarant immediately after receiving the system, the customs officer accepts the result of the division / refusal of declaration except in the case of unsuitable such as network congestion, . ...
- The time limit for completing the actual inspection of goods and means of transport (from the time the customs declarers have fulfilled the requirements on carrying out customs procedures according to the provisions of Points a and b, Clause 16 of the Law. Customs) :
+ At least 08 working hours for many export items in the form of inspection of each part of goods according to probability;
+ Within two working days, for lots of export goods, the actual goods must be inspected.
In cases where the form of physical inspection is applied to all goods for which many lots of export goods are in large quantity and the inspection is complicated, the inspection time limit may be extended but must not exceed 08 working hours.
5. Subjects of implementing administrative procedures:
Organizations and individuals
6. Agencies implementing administrative procedures:
- The competent agency shall decide: Customs Sub-Department
- Authority or decentralization:
- The agency directly implementing the administrative procedures: Customs Sub-Department
- Coordinating agencies (if any):
7. Results of implementation of administrative procedures:
Decision on goods clearance.
9. Declaration of declaration and administrative declaration form:
Electronic declaration of export goods according to the form in Appendix 2 to Circular No. 22/2014 / TT-BTC
10. Requirements and conditions for implementation of administrative procedures:
The customs declarer must have the registered digital signature
11. Pursuant to the Law on Administrative Procedures:
- Decree No. 87/2012 / ND-CP dated 23 October 2012 of the Government detailing a number of articles of the Law on Customs on e-customs procedures for commercial exports and imports;
- Circular 22/2014 / TT-BTC dated 14/02/2014 regulating e-customs procedures for export and import goods.