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Steps (11) arrow_drop_up arrow_drop_down
Obtain Shipping Documents from Shipping Agent  (1) expand_more expand_less
Receive Inspection and Obtain Quarantine Clearance  (2) expand_more expand_less
Get clearance by Health  (2) expand_more expand_less
Obtain Customs clearance at main ports office  (3) expand_more expand_less
Final import release of goods at seaport  (3) expand_more expand_less

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Summary of the procedure

Institutions involved 6 expand_more expand_less

Shipping Agent
Quarantine Office (Agriculture and Livestock Division, MELAD) - at the Ports DNC Building (x 2)
Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) (x 2)
Kiribati Customs Administration and Enforcement - (Ministry of Justice) (x 3)
Kiribati Ports Authority - DNC Building
Kiribati Port Authority -Main Office (Warehouse) (x 2)

Results 1 expand_more expand_less

Bill of Lading

Required Documents expand_more expand_less

Manifest (Cargo)
Health Certificate from Exporting Country
Customs Declaration form (ESAD)
Customs Declaration form (ESAD)
Bill of Lading
Import Permit
Customs Declaration form (Approved for payment)
Customs Declaration (stamped by Customs Cashier)
Cargo Release Note (Kiribati Ports Authority)

Estimated cost AUD  50

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AUD 50
Stamped bill of lading
AUD 0 -
AUD  1 per 12 lines of Custom declaration
Customs processing fee
AUD 0 -
AUD  35 per cubic metre
Import Levy per cubic metre
AUD 0 -
AUD  450 per 20 ft Container
Port handling charge par 20ft Container
AUD 0 -
AUD  800 per 40 ft Container
Port Handling Fee par 40ft Container

Total Duration 13 d - 33 d expand_more expand_less

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Total time (sum): 13 d 33 d
of which:
Waiting time in queue (sum): 20mn 1h. 25mn
Attention at counter: 1h. 15mn 3h. 25mn
Waiting time until next step (sum): 13 d 32 d

Laws 6 expand_more expand_less

Biosecurity Act 2011 Biosecurity Act, 2011 Every incoming article or consignment of articles is liable to biosecurity entry inspection by a Biosecurity Officer at the Biosecurity Point of Entry to ascertain whether it is or includes a regulated article.
  Article 23 (1)
Customs Act 2005 Customs Act, 2005
  articles 4 (1) and (2); 5 (a); and 7 (a), 7 (b); 71 (1); and 76, 42
Food Regulations and Standards 2014 Food Regulations and Standards, 2014
  articles 34, 35, 36 and 37, 58 (1) and 59
Food Safety Act 2006 Food Safety Act, 2006
  articles 12 and 13, 33. (2) (d)
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