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Online message exchange between Customs and other regulatory agencies - reg.

Customs - 09/2015 - Dated:- 31-3-2015 - Circular No. 09/2015-Cus F.No.450/01/2011-Dir. (Cus)(Pt.I) Government of India Ministry of Finance Department of Revenue (Central Board of Excise and Customs) New Delhi, dated the 31st March, 2015 To, All Chief Commissioners of Customs / Customs (Preventive), All Chief Commissioners of Customs and Central Excise, All Commissioners of Customs / Customs (Preventive), All Commissioners of Customs and Central Excise. Sir /Madam, Subject: Hon ble Finance Minist .....

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approach these agencies. This would be possible through a common, seamlessly integrated IT systems utilized by all regulatory agencies and the importers/exporters. The Single Window would thus provide the importers/exporters a single point interface for Customs clearance of import and export goods thereby reducing interface with Governmental agencies, dwell time and cost of doing business. 2. In the direction of establishing the Single Window with all regulatory agencies, the Board has decided t .....

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toms Bill of Entry (Import declaration) with these agencies and Release Order (RO) from both the agencies will be received by the Customs in electronic message format. 3. The salient feature of the new online message exchange system would be as under: (i) Indian Customs EDI (ICES) would transmit BE message to the FSSAI and PQIS on completion of assessment of the relevant Bills of Entry (Bs/E) by the Customs ICES application after entry-inward of the consignment. The BE message would be provided .....

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message by the FSSAI/PQIS, these agencies would electronically transmit an RO, concerning each item of the Bs/E. From the Customs side, Out of Charge (OOC) will not be allowed in the system till the RO is received from the agency concerned for all the items. There are 6 types of ROs which may be provided by the FSSAI/PQIS to the ICES, as follows: (a) Release - goods can be released by the Customs. (b) Destruction - goods to be destructed by the Customs. (c) Deportation - goods to be exported ba .....

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te. (vi) On receipt of RO online, the Customs ICES shall integrate the data in the ICES database, which shall be available to the Customs officers concerned. (vii) The other formalities under the Customs Act, 1962 such as duty payment, goods registration, examination would continue during the time interval between transmission of Bs/E message from ICES to the receipt of RO message from FSSAI/PQIS. During this period the samples of the goods under consideration may also be taken for testing purpo .....

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