Consular Invoice

A consular invoice, also known as a certificate of shipment, is a document used by some foreign countries to certify information about a shipment of goods. The document includes information such as the consignor, consignee, and value of the shipment. It is certified by a consular official of the foreign country and is used by the country’s customs department.

The purpose of a consular invoice is to ensure that imported goods are properly documented and accounted for. The document can help to speed up the process of clearing goods through customs and may be required by the foreign country in order for the shipment to be cleared.

When exporting goods to a foreign country, it is important to check with that country’s customs department to see if a consular invoice is required. If it is, the exporter must work with the consular office in order to obtain the necessary certification.

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