- a bill of lading for imports coming in through the port of Aqaba
- an air waybill for products imported by air or a transporter's certificate for goods having transited by land.
- a declaration of Arab transit for goods having transited Arab countries which are not neighbors of Jordan.
- an invoice showing the quantity, type and numbers of the goods as well as their weight, value and the names of the buyer and seller.
- a certificate of origin
- a declaration of value for goods whose value is over 2 000 JD.
- an exit permit for goods warehoused in free zones.
In addition, you must know that Jordan uses the system of the single administrative document ( SAD) for import declarations. This means that the declaration is directly submitted by the importer or the licensed seller through the Asycuda system. The system validates the entry, gives a registration number and indicates if the entry is green (no inspection), orange (inspection of the documents) or red (inspection of the documents and the goods). A paper copy of the declaration is given to Customs accompanied by the supporting documents if necessary.
Certain products such as fruits, chemicals, medicines or telecommunications equipment require an import license.
- On the one hand, the manufacturing sector which is dominated by activities of leather processing and making shoes, by the chemical and plastics industries, by the telecommunications industry, by the manufacturing of furniture, by agrifood and packaging.
- On the other hand, mining activities which represent 2% of GDP.
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