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Submission of application seeking authorization for import / export of restricted items through e-mail – reg.

No. 01/53/162/Misc./AM-19/D-7/IC
Government of India
Ministry of Commerce & Industry
Directorate General of Foreign Trade

Udyog Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated: 20th June, 2018

TRADE NOTICE (NO. 18/2018)

To
(i) RAs of DGFT
(ii) Members of Trade

Sub: Submission of application seeking authorization for import / export of restricted items through e-mail – reg.

It has come to the notice that importers/ exporters having submitted their online application for import/ export of restricted items, after having paid the applicable fees with the concerned jurisdictional RA’s office, submit physical copies of their application to DGFT (Hqrs.), which takes considerable time.

2. It has accordingly been decided that henceforth w.e.f. 21.06.2018 applicants seeking import/export license from DGFT for “restricted” items, having paid the applicable fees, will submit online application to the concerned jurisdictional authority and subsequently send their application through email to either import-dgft@nic.in (for import licenses) or export-­dgft@nic.in (for export licenses) as the case may be, along with proof of the application fee paid; besides attaching the necessary documents for processing the case.

3. Applications are required to be submitted in prescribed pro-forma ANF-2M (for import license) and ANF- 2N (for export license) along with ANF-1 (Applicant’s Importer Exporter Profile), copy of IEC and other supporting documents, as applicable. Aayat Niryat forms are available on the DGFT’s website www.dgft.gov.in. In case the applicant firm has received the NOC from the concerned administrative Ministry, the same should invariably be attached with the application.

4. Applicants are requested to send their attachments only in PDF format.

(S.P. Roy)
Joint Director General of Foreign Trade
Telefax: 23062240
e-mail: shyama.roy@nic.in

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