Shipping Solutions export documentation and compliance software contains the commercial invoice for exports to Israel, which contains this new statement. This is just one of more than two dozen export forms that you can quickly create in the software. (Click here to sign up for a free online demonstration of the shipping solutions software.) During the CO extinction phase (January 10, 2018 to June 30, 2018), U.S. exporters to Israel can submit either “Form A” or a statement on the invoice. As of June 30, Israel only accepts statements of accounts. These instructions are also available at the Ministry of Commerce or in the official review of the Israeli government. Q. We do not have room to explain any of our current business documents. Can we make the necessary billing statement in a separate document? 6. In cases where goods are transferred to distribution warehouses and the transaction invoice is issued by a U.S.
or intermediary agency, please include in the U.S. “INVOICE DECLARATION” document the list of origin products eligible for a tariff preference. “Billing” for the purposes of this subsection is one of the following invoices: The ESTV contains a non-binding letter of intent to remove barriers to trade in services such as tourism, communication, banking, insurance, business consulting, accounting, law, IT services and advertising. It also contains an agreement to remove all restrictions on public procurement and calls on Israel to relax its compensation requirements for government authorities other than the Israeli Ministry of Defence. The certificate of origin requirement for U.S. exports to Israel has been replaced by a declaration. The U.S.-Israel Free Trade Agreement (“ILFTA”) was amended in May 2017 to result in this change, which was implemented following a period of withdrawal of the “certificate of origin” that ended on June 30. On May 10, 2017, the governments of Israel and the United States amended the U.S.-Israel Free Trade Agreement (ILFTA) to remove the certificate of origin requirement for exports to Israel in favor of a declaration on the invoice. This simplification came into effect on January 10, 2018 and is linked to a release date of June 30, 2018.
As part of this procedure, a “commercial document” refers to a document issued only by the exporter or manufacturer as part of the transit documentation, including the invoice, the packaging list and the pro forma. A separate document is also accepted as a “commercial document” for the billing statement: if all the following conditions are met: as of May 20, 1994, U.S. Customs and Border Service (CBP) eliminated the requirement for importers to submit the “Form A” certificate of origin (also known as the “Green Form”) and replaced this requirement with an affidavit signed at the importer`s request, in which the importer recognizes that the goods meet the origin and shipping requirements of the free trade agreement. Therefore, the May 10, 2017 agreement does not change ILFTA`s requirements for imports to the United States. U.S. exporters with specific questions about the billing statement can e-mail Ms. Yael Torres, a trade specialist, at the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel: firstname.lastname@example.org to be in contact with a representative of Israel`s Custom`s Authority. Below is a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) and answers on account reporting procedures for Israeli customs. The information presented in this FAQ will serve as a general guide.