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Saturday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Sunday to Thursday 7:30 am – 5:00 pm
Ajman Ports & Customs – Main Office
5% - except alcoholic beverages & cigarettes
Commercial: Delivery Order - Commercial Invoice – Packing List – Certificate of Origin – Bill of Lading – Commercial License
Personal: Delivery Order - Commercial Invoice – Packing List – Certificate of Origin – Bill of Lading – Copy of National ID
They are goods that require additional approvals from other government agencies to import.
Pharmaceuticals are restricted goods that require clearance from the Ministry of Health to be released. Food stuff imports also require clearance by the Municipality to be released based on taken samples by Municipality inspectors pending lab approval to clear it for consumption.
No – Personal effects are exempted from customs fees.
Ajman Ports & Customs provides a service called Import for Re-Export and a 5% insurance fee is charged on the value of the goods, which will be refunded once goods are exported outside of the UAE.
A clearance statement will be required and the fees are transferred to the GCC country of export which will exempt you of any fees during the transit of the goods of any GCC countries since all attached documents will be proof of payment.
Please visit the website of the Federal Customs Authority to find a list of all of the demarcated and exempted goods: http://www.fca.gov.ae
Automobile Export Certificate + National ID of Name on Export Certificate + Car License Plates.
Delivery Order – Packing List - Commercial Invoice – Bill of Lading – Certificate of Origin (New Automobile)
If the value of the goods is less than 1,000 AED, they will be exempted from customs based on the Unified Customs Procedure Guide except tobacco products and its derivates and other specific goods. If goods are found to be of commercial nature, they will have to be declared to customs.
Cash only – cheques accepted by registered companies with accounts with the department.
No since live animal imports require prior approvals from the Ministry of Environment & Water. In addition, the port does not have a veterinary quarantine.
The shipment will be transferred to the Ministry of Health for approval and then released for pickup.