Here are the answers to frequently asked questions about aspects of the export of goods from Brazil to Arab countries.
Legalization is needed in order to meet the importer’s requirements, and to comply with the laws of the destination country. It affords increased safety and reliability, and ensures the exporting and importing parties that the goods will be cleared at the customs in the destination country.
Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 05:30pm.
Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen.
Certification is a guarantee to Arab importers and Brazilian exporters. Moreover, the Arab Chamber thoroughly inspects the documents to make sure they comply with the rules of origin and requirements of Arab importers. We will take action to solve any problems with the export papers, and to preserve the reputations of the Arab and Brazilian business owners involved.
All documents relating to the export of goods and services to Arab countries must be certified by the Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce in São Paulo before they are submitted to the Arab embassies or consulates for legalization
The Certificate of Origin is the document that attests to the origin of the goods being exported.
The Arab Brazilian Chamber’s certification form is approved by the General Union of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Arab Countries and must be completed in English by the exporting party.
Additionally, the Arab Brazilian Chamber may certify Certificates of Origin issued by:
a) The Federations of Industry or Agriculture of all Brazilian states;
b) The Federations of Trade of all Brazilian states or by the Trade Boards of all Brazilian municipalities, in case the exporting party trades in goods;
c) The Trade and Industry Boards of all Brazilian municipalities, in case the exporting party trades in goods or is a manufacturer.