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Central Board of Excise and Customs vide Circular No. 02/2002 dated 08/01/2002 (Earlier circular No.66/96-Cus dated 26/12/1996) provides for the facility to obtain export certificate for carrying expensive items by the passengers while traveling to a foreign destination to facilitate its duty free import on return to India.

Customs - 1/2016 - Dated:- 20-7-2016 - OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF CENTRAL EXCISE, CUSTOMS & SERVICE TAX CALICUT COMMISSIONERATE C.R. BUILDING, MANANCHIRA, CALICUT-673001 C.No. VIII/9/1/2016 Dated : 20/07/2016 PUBLIC NOTICE No. 1/2016 CUSTOMS In order to facilitate the passengers carrying gold /silver jewellery and other valuable items to a foreign destination for personal use and not meant for commercial purpose with an intention of bringing it back to India on their return the facility t .....

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of a detailed list incorporating the item wise details of jewellery mentioning the particulars necessary for the identification of the items at the time of re import such as S No., description of the item BIS No., purity, number of pieces, gross weight net weight of gold/silver in terms of 0995/0.999 fineness, value, weight of diamonds, if any present in the item; description of precious/semiprecious stones: if any, along with the weight of the stones, value of the stones, value addition/ labou .....

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@gmail.com/aircustoms46.ker@nic.in) his/her intention to obtain export certificate one day prior to departure furnishing the details of destination, date, time, and flight No, etc. 2. On the date of departure the passenger after completion of immigration formalities should reach the Customs counter with the jewellery/article and detailed list at least two hours before the departure time of the flight. After verifying the same, the Customs officer will enter the details of the passenger such as N .....

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