Jordan: FAIRS Export Certificate Report

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The report lists and describes certificates that should accompany food and agricultural products to Jordan. It also includes the purpose of each certificate and the governmental agency responsible. In general, an original invoice, bill of lading, health certificate, and certificate of origin are required to accompany any shipment. An export certificate matrix is included in this report. The requirements listed here are for consignments coming directly from the United States to Jordan, or transshipped in a sealed container with invoices stating clearly that the final destination is Jordan. If the consignment is destined to a third country or the container is unsealed in a third country, then other requirements may apply. 

Jordan: FAIRS Export Certificate Report

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