Frequently Asked Questions
What are the requirements for accreditation of new broker?
For new Customs Broker, the following pertinent documents are to be submitted:
- Application form (notarized and completely filled out);
- Bureau of Customs Official Receipt (BCOR) evidencing payment of Processing Fee (Php 1,000);
- Photocopy of Valid Philippine Regulatory Commission (PRC) Identification Card, back to back. For married female brokers, if the name reflected in the PRC ID is that of her maiden name, submit copy of Marriage Contract issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA);
- List of clients with complete addresses and contact details (if no clients, submit affidavit of no clients);
- List of representative/s with personal details, photos and specimen signatures (if no representative/s, submit affidavit of no representative/s);
- Printed CPRS profile of applicant and updated notification of “STORED” status;
- BIR Registration (2303);
- Latest Income Tax Return (ITR) duly received by the BIR;
- Valid NBI Clearance of applicant; and
- Certificate of Good Standing issued by a PRC-accredited national organization of Customs Brokers.
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