Regulation of the Director-General of Customs and Excise No. PER-04/BC/2022 on Technical Instructions for the Granting of Import-Duty Exemptions for the Reimportation of Goods That Have Been Exported
Enforcement Date: 6 June 2022
- If the Service Computer System (Sistem Komputer Pelayanan – “SKP”) is available, then applications for the securing of import-duty exemptions (“Exemptions”) for exported goods that are reimported (“Reimported Goods”) should be submitted through the following platforms: 1) The service user portal through the official website of the Directorate-General of Customs and Excise; or 2) The Indonesian National Single Window portal.
- If exported goods are reimported in the form of consignments, then applications for exemptions may only be submitted by: 1) Recipients; or 2) The relevant postal-service organizers based on recipients’ requests. As a result, the supporting documents that are required to be submitted during the application process also include letters of authorization if applications are being submitted by postal-service organizers based on recipients’ requests;
- Passengers and transportation crews are required to provide reimportation notifications through the submission of customs declarations or Special Goods Import Notifications (Pemberitahuan Impor Barang Khusus/PIBK) in certain circumstances. Meanwhile, persons who complete border crossings should provide verbal notifications of the relevant reimportations.
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