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REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION FOR IMPORTATION INTO TURKEY

For foreign citizens, for House hold goods

  • Client’s and spouse’s original passports
  • Client’s copy of residence/working permit
  • Power of attorney, should be signed by client and certified by notary public in Turkiye
  • Copy of rental contract, must be for min 1 year and certified by notary
  • Entrence-exit report for min last 3 years from the passport department of police headquarter

For foreign citizens, for vehicle;

  • Client’s and spouse’s original passports
  • Client’s original residence and work  permit
  • Power of attorney, should be signed by client and certified by notary public in Turkiye
  • Copy of vehicle’s title
  • Entrence-exit report for min last 3 years from the passport department of police headquarter
  • A letter from the company that he/she will work with them for .....years
  • Turkish Traffic insurance policy
  • According to value of vehicle, there will be cash deposit payment or bank guarantee letter to the Turkish Turing Club, once the client’s exported the car, he/she will receive back cash deposit or letter

For returning Turkish citizens, for House hold goods

  • Client’s and spouse’s original passports
  • Residence transfer letter from the nearest Turkish Consulate or Embassy at origin or Copy of rental contract, must be for min 1 years and certified by notary or original title deed of the house in Turkiye
  • Power of attorney, should be signed by client and certified by notary public in Turkiye
  • Entrence-exit report for min last 3 years from the passport department of police headquarter
  • Certificate of idendity register copy from civil registry in Turkiye

For returning Turkish citizens, for vehicle;

  • Client’s and spouse’s original passports
  • Residence transfer letter from the nearest Turkish Consulate or Embassy at origin or Copy of rental contract, must be for min 1 years and certified by notary or original title deed of the house in Turkiye
  • Power of attorney, should be signed by client and certified by notary public in Turkiye
  • Certificate of idendity register copy from civil registry in Turkiye
  • Entrence-exit report for min last 3 years from the passport department of police headquarter
  • Copy of vehicle’s title (Turkish translation should be certified by notary)
  • Insurance policy  (Turkish translation should be certified by notary)
  • Guarantee letter from the spouse that he/she will not import any other vehicle
  • According to value of the car, there will be tax payment to the customs.

***** For all above options client’s should be stayed at abroad for min 2 years, and he/she shouldn’t be stayed in Turkiye more than 6 months in per 1 year period.*****

Foreign diplomat or admin personals, for House hold goods

  • Copy of passport
  • Copy of diplomatic ID Card
  • Power of attorney, should be signed by client and certified by the diplomatic mission
  • Diplomatic import permit from the MFA. Once the shipment arrived to our bonded w/h Ankara, we will forward customs declaration form to the Diplomatic mission, and they will apply to MFA with owner’s diplomatic ID card and customs declaration form to have the diplomatic import permit.

Foreign diplomat or admin personals, for vehicles;

  • Copy of passport
  • Copy of diplomatic ID Card
  • Power of attorney, should be signed by client and certified by the diplomatic mission
  • Copy of car title
  • Diplomatic import permit from the MFA. Once the vehicle arrived to our bonded w/h Ankara, we will forward customs declaration form to the Diplomatic mission, and they will apply to MFA with owner’s diplomatic ID card and customs declaration form to have the diplomatic import permit.

Turkish diplomats for House hold goods

  • Client’s and spouse’s original passports
  • Appoinment letter from the MFA
  • Power of attorney, should be signed by client and certified by notary public in Turkiye
  • Certificate of idendity register copy from civil registry in Turkiye

Turkish diplomats for vehicles;

  • Client’s and spouse’s original passports
  • Appoinment letter from the MFA
  • Power of attorney, should be signed by client and certified by notary public in Turkiye
  • Certificate of idendity register copy from civil registry in Turkiye
  • Copy of vehicle’s title (Turkish translation should be certified by notary)
  • Insurance policy  (Turkish translation should be certified by notary)
  • Guarantee letter from the spouse that he/she will not import any other vehicle
  • According to value of the car, there will tax payment to the customs.

****Foreign Diplomats can import alcholic beverages with diplomatic import permit without any problem, but the others can only import max 2 lts, over 2 lts are forbidden.

****Excluding Foreign diplomats, for all others, there will be broadcast capture fee for the electronical items. (attachec please find fee list)

****Excluding foreign diplomats, for all others, it’s forbidden to import new brand furniture.

Used Household Goods and Personal Effects

Documents Required                                         

  • Legible copy of passport
  • Detailed inventory in English, dated, and signed by the owner of the goods
  • Transfer of Residence (ToR)
  • Copy of bill of lading (BL) / air waybill (AWB)
  • C426 with cover letter from respective embassy (diplomat)

Specific Information

  • As of 1/1/17, owners of the goods must go online to apply for a Transfer of Residence (ToR).
    • An approval will allow the owner of the goods to import their personal & household effects goods into the UK with relief from import duties and charges.
    • Application must be made before packing shipment.
    • Once approval is obtained, the owner of the goods will be given a Unique Reference Number (URN) which will need to be passed onto UK Customs in place of the previous customs form C3.
    • The C3 form will become obsolete on 3/31/2017 and will not be acceptable for Customs clearance after this date.
    • The link to the ToR application can be found at the end of this document in ‘Consignment Instructions.’
    • Contact destination agent for further questions.
  • Documents must be received by agent prior to arrival of the shipment.
  • The agent may charge fees for incomplete or delayed receipt of documentation.
  • Inherited goods require C1421 form, copy of death certificate, and copy of the living will
  • You must submit the ToR application within 12 months of the date of entry into the UK.
  • You can bring personal belongings or prive vehicles free of duty and tax as long as you:
    • are moving your normal place of residence to the UK only
    • have had your normal place of residence outside the EU for a continuous period of at least 12 months
    • have possessed and used the belongings for at least 6 months outside the EU before they're imported

 

Motor Vehicles

Documents Required

  • ToR1 Application
  • Original bill of lading / air way bill
  • Declaration form C384 (if less than 6 months old)
  • Copy of registration documents proving ownership
  • Insurance policy documentation (copies from country of origin proving use)
  • Utility bills / bank statements that prove place of residence was outside the European Union and exceeded 12 months

 

Specific Information

  • Duty-free entry is permitted if the vehicle has been possessed and used for at least 6 months outside the European Union before it is imported and will not be sold or otherwise disposed of for 12 months after the date of importation.
  • Owners of the goods register their intention to import a vehicle in advance to starting the process of shipping with the DVLA.

 

Pets

Documents Required

  • Vaccination record
  • Veterinary health certificate
  • Form C5
  • Import license

 

Specific Information

  • Animals must comply with the Pets Travel Scheme (PETS)
  • Pets must be licensed by the Animal Health department
  • Pets are quarantined upon entry into the country
  • Animals must be fitted with a microchip (Scotland)
  • Dogs must receive a tapeworm treatment within 105 days of arrival (Scotland)
  • Pets that do not qualify to enter Scotland / United Kingdom under the Non-Commercial Movement of Pet Animals are required to obtain an import license prior to import.
  • Pets will be detained at the owner’s expense at an approved quarantine facility until compliant.
    • Call agent to verify that a facility is available in the country.
  • Certain requirements must be met regarding the vaccination against rabies for specific countries.
    • Contact the destination agent for additional information.

 

Restricted/Dutiable Items

  • Firearms, explosives, and ammunition
  • Fruit, vegetable, and plant products
  • Cigarettes (200), cigarillos (100), cigars (50), tobacco (250g)
  • Spirits / liqueurs (more than 22% - 1 liter)
  • Fortified wine or alcohol less than 22% (2 liters), still wine (4 liters), beer (16 L)
  • Imitation firearms
  • Offensive weapons
  • Live animals
  • Endangered animals or plants and products thereof (required a valid CITES permit)
  • Fur skins and articles made from fur skin
  • Radio transmitters
  • Rough diamonds
  • Animal food products

 

Prohibited Items

  • Illicit drugs
  • Knives
  • Self-defense sprays
  • Stun guns
  • Indecent and obscene material
  • Counterfeit, pirated and patent-infringing goods
  • Milk products from outside the European Union (England, Scotland)

Used Household Goods and Personal Effects

Documents Required                                         

  • Legible copy of passport
  • Detailed inventory in English, dated, and signed by the owner of the goods
  • Transfer of Residence (ToR)
  • Copy of bill of lading (BL) / air waybill (AWB)
  • C426 with cover letter from respective embassy (diplomat)

Specific Information

  • As of 1/1/17, owners of the goods must go online to apply for a Transfer of Residence (ToR).
    • An approval will allow the owner of the goods to import their personal & household effects goods into the UK with relief from import duties and charges.
    • Application must be made before packing shipment.
    • Once approval is obtained, the owner of the goods will be given a Unique Reference Number (URN) which will need to be passed onto UK Customs in place of the previous customs form C3.
    • The C3 form will become obsolete on 3/31/2017 and will not be acceptable for Customs clearance after this date.
    • The link to the ToR application can be found at the end of this document in ‘Consignment Instructions.’
    • Contact destination agent for further questions.
  • Documents must be received by agent prior to arrival of the shipment.
  • The agent may charge fees for incomplete or delayed receipt of documentation.
  • Inherited goods require C1421 form, copy of death certificate, and copy of the living will
  • You must submit the ToR application within 12 months of the date of entry into the UK.
  • You can bring personal belongings or prive vehicles free of duty and tax as long as you:
    • are moving your normal place of residence to the UK only
    • have had your normal place of residence outside the EU for a continuous period of at least 12 months
    • have possessed and used the belongings for at least 6 months outside the EU before they're imported

 

Motor Vehicles

Documents Required

  • ToR1 Application
  • Original bill of lading / air way bill
  • Declaration form C384 (if less than 6 months old)
  • Copy of registration documents proving ownership
  • Insurance policy documentation (copies from country of origin proving use)
  • Utility bills / bank statements that prove place of residence was outside the European Union and exceeded 12 months

 

Specific Information

  • Duty-free entry is permitted if the vehicle has been possessed and used for at least 6 months outside the European Union before it is imported and will not be sold or otherwise disposed of for 12 months after the date of importation.
  • Owners of the goods register their intention to import a vehicle in advance to starting the process of shipping with the DVLA.

 

Pets

Documents Required

  • Vaccination record
  • Veterinary health certificate
  • Form C5
  • Import license

 

Specific Information

  • Animals must comply with the Pets Travel Scheme (PETS)
  • Pets must be licensed by the Animal Health department
  • Pets are quarantined upon entry into the country
  • Animals must be fitted with a microchip (Scotland)
  • Dogs must receive a tapeworm treatment within 105 days of arrival (Scotland)
  • Pets that do not qualify to enter Scotland / United Kingdom under the Non-Commercial Movement of Pet Animals are required to obtain an import license prior to import.
  • Pets will be detained at the owner’s expense at an approved quarantine facility until compliant.
    • Call agent to verify that a facility is available in the country.
  • Certain requirements must be met regarding the vaccination against rabies for specific countries.
    • Contact the destination agent for additional information.

 

Restricted/Dutiable Items

  • Firearms, explosives, and ammunition
  • Fruit, vegetable, and plant products
  • Cigarettes (200), cigarillos (100), cigars (50), tobacco (250g)
  • Spirits / liqueurs (more than 22% - 1 liter)
  • Fortified wine or alcohol less than 22% (2 liters), still wine (4 liters), beer (16 L)
  • Imitation firearms
  • Offensive weapons
  • Live animals
  • Endangered animals or plants and products thereof (required a valid CITES permit)
  • Fur skins and articles made from fur skin
  • Radio transmitters
  • Rough diamonds
  • Animal food products

 

Prohibited Items

  • Illicit drugs
  • Knives
  • Self-defense sprays
  • Stun guns
  • Indecent and obscene material
  • Counterfeit, pirated and patent-infringing goods
  • Milk products from outside the European Union (England, Scotland)

Used Household Goods and Personal Effects Rules to Austria

Documents Required

  1. Passport
  2. Bill of lading (OBL) / air waybill (AWB)
  3. Detailed inventory (3 copies)
  4. Residence registration form (primary residence)
  5. Original Austrian Customs forms (ZBefr2a)
  6. Original power of attorney
  7. Duty-free permit, if applicable
  8. Invoices for all new furniture, appliances, gifts, and objects of art / antiques (2 copies)
  9. Exit certificate / certificate of stay abroad for at least 12 months (confirmation from the local authority of the previous residence, confirmation by employer or other official proof)
  10. ZBefr2a form for returning Austrains, EU citizens, and immigrants who have lived in the EU.
  11. ZBefr2 form for someone who has never lived in the EU before.
  12. Zbefr1 form for diplomats
  • Owners of the goods who have lived in the European Union prior to import may need a permit for the duty-free importation of household goods and personal effects ("Grundlagenbescheid") available at the Customs office nearest to the residence.
  • Only used goods personally owned and used for at least 6 months by the owner of the goods and are intended for use in the country may be imported.
  • Removal goods can be imported into Austria duty free within 12 months from the change of residence.
  • After Customs clearance, the removal goods are prohibited for 12 months from sale or transfer unless Customs duties are paid.
  • Contact destination agent to confirm necessity of a duty-free permit.

Motor Vehicles

Documents Required

  • Vehicle title / registration
  • Vehicle papers (type certificate)
  • Invoice / purchase order
  • Form T1, if applicable
  • For the import of a motor vehicle all owners of the goods need Grundlagenbescheid.
  • The shipment is free of duties only in connection with a move.
  • Vehicles must be in use and possession of the owner of the goods for at least 6 months in the origin country.
  • A tax called “Normverbrauchsabgabe” (NOVA) or a standard consumption tax (between 8 and 14% of the actual value) must be paid at the time of registration.
    • NOVA is calculated on the average gas consumption of the individual model.
  • The owner of car must have lived outside the EC for at least 12 months.
  • The vehicle must be cleared separate from the household goods and personal effects.
  • After Customs clearance, motor vehicles including automobiles, motorcycles, motor scooters, and mopeds cannot be sold or transferred unless Customs duties and VAT are paid.
  • A separate Customs clearance at a qualified Customs office is required (not every Customs office is authorized for Customs clearance).
  • If the owner of the goods is arriving to Austria via personal vehicle, an application should be made to the Austrian Frontier Customs Office for a Form T1.

Restricted/Dutiable Items

  • Firearms (an official permit is required)
  • Pump guns
  • Spirits, cigarettes, tobacco, perfumes for personal consumption (an import permit is required).
  • Antiques, if over 100 years of age are duty free but subject to value added tax (VAT) in addition to Customs duties and taxes (a certificate of appraisal from an Austrian expert is generally required
  • New furniture, appliances, gifts, souvenirs, and objects of art / antiques are subject to duties and taxes (a certificate of circulation of goods and import permit are required, where applicable).
  • Plants and plant products (a plant protection certificate is required)

Prohibited Items

  • Drugs

Consignment Instructions

Recommended:  Contact the destination agent to ensure all requirements have been met prior to import, especially for differences regarding air / sea shipments.

If you are entering Canada with the intention of establishing, for the first time, a residence for a period of not less than 12 months; or Coming to Canada for temporary employment for a period of more than 36 months.

In either case, you can import your personal and household effects free of duty and taxes if you owned, possessed and used them before you arrived in Canada. However, if you have lived in Canada before, the  conditions  under  which  you  can  import  your  personal  and  household  effects may  be  those  that apply to a returning or former Canadian resident. For more information consult the publication called

Immigrating or Returning to Live in Canada on the CBSA Web site.

Before arriving in Canada, you should prepare two copies of a list (preferably typewritten) of all the goods you intend to bring into Canada as part of your personal effects. Include the value, make, model, and serial number (when applicable). Divide the list into two sections. In the first, list the goods you are bringing with you; in the second, list the goods to follow. Goods that arrive later will only qualify for duty- and tax-free importation under your entitlement as a settler, if they are on your original list.

To  qualify  for  duty-  and  tax-free importation you must  have owned, possessed,  and  used  the  goods before your  arrival  in  Canada.  For  further  information, consult  the  publication  called  Immigrating  or Returning to Live in Canada on the CBSA Web site.

When you arrive in Canada (through the Airport or USA/ Canada Border), even if you have no goods with you at the time of entry, you must give your list of goods to follow to the border services officer at the first point of arrival in Canada. Based on the list of goods you submit, the officer will complete a Form B4, Personal Effects Accounting Document, for you, assign a file number to it and give you a copy of the completed form as a receipt. If Canada Customs is not preparing the B4 for you, then make sure they stamp your Inventory or the self made moving lists. You will need to present your copy of the form to claim free importation of your unaccompanied goods when they arrive.

You can make the process easier by filling out Form B4 as completely as possible in advance. Without the customs stamped B4/ inventory list we cannot clear customs on your behalf and you will have to go to the Customs office to clear customs. Form B4 is available by selecting “Publications and forms” on the CBSA Web site or by calling the Border Information Service at one of the telephone numbers listed in

the section called “Additional information.”

Form B4: www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/publications/forms-formulaires/b4-eng.pdf

Extension Form B4A: www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/publications/forms-formulaires/b4a.pdf

Documents also require other than the B4 for customs clearances are:

Landed immigrant:

  1. Passport Copy
  2. Immigration visa with entry stamp copy
  3. Landing paper from Canada immigration officer when you landed into Canada

Work visa:

  1. Passport Copy
  2. Work visa copy
  3. Entry stamp copy
  4. Copy of employment letter from employer in Canada to state that shipper is being employed by their company

Returning residence:

  1. Passport Copy, Copy of documents as proof of your stay outside Canada for a minimum of one year. These documents can be work visa from country where they worked, employment letter

from employer, rental contract or utilities bills for non-working Canadian National


 

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