Frequently Asked Questions

What are the requirements for accreditation of renewal importers?
For renewal of importer’s application, the importer shall submit the following pertinent documents:

  • Duly accomplished and notarized Application Form for Renewal;
  • Updated General Information Sheet (Corporation) / DTI (Sole Proprietor) / Articles of Partnership / CDA Registration or Cooperative Annual Progress Report (CAPR) (Cooperative);
  • Bureau of Customs Official Receipt (BCOR) evidencing payment of Processing Fee (Php 1,000);
  • Affidavit of Change or No Change;
    • If there are updates/changes in Company Information, necessary supporting documents must be submitted. Submit Affidavit of Change of Company information, please specify changes;
    • If there is no change in material information previously declared and submitted, a duly accomplished and notarized Affidavit of No Change in Company Information (i.e. Business Name, Business Ownership, Office Address, Warehouse/Storage address, Responsible Officers, Line of Business, Contact Numbers, Email Address, Importable Items and Designated Signatories in the Import Entry) using the prescribed form (Annex A);
  • Updated Printed CPRS of the company and updated notification of “STORED” status;
  • Latest Income Tax Return (ITR);
  • Valid Mayor’s Permit (certified true copy by the BPLO);
  • Financial Capacity to import (example: Bank Certificate, Line of Credit etc.) - supporting documents of Affidavit of No Change;
  • Updated List of Importables with declared Grand Total Value of all items;
  • Previous Bureau of Customs Certificate of Registration (BOC-COR);
  • Detailed sketch map of office and warehouse address; and
  • Geotagged photos of Office and Warehouse.
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Note: You may submit all required documents one (1) month before the expiration.

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