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Diamond Hand Carry Procedures

Diamond Hand Carry Procedures - DXB

 

When entering Dubai with Rough Diamonds, they must be declared to customs, there is no tax or duty, but it is an offence to enter without declaring to the appropriate officials. Here is the likely scenario for entry:

 

1. Seller/Passenger disembarks the flight with goods in-hand

 

2. The Seller/Passenger deposits the goods with customs and then gives all documents including the following:

 

3. Original invoice made out to:

 

T.L.I GLOBAL FZ-LLC,

P.O BOX 38909,

RAK,

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

MIRSAL 2 CODE:        AE -6004248

IMPORTER CODE:      T5053 VAT

REG:                             TRN 100276698600003

KP MEMBER:               T.L.I GLOBAL FZ-LLC

 

4. KPC COPY made out to T.L.I GLOBAL FZ-LLC 5. Customs receipt

 

6. Passport Copy and boarding pass or Tail Plane of the person who has carried the parcel to the Buyer

7. The Seller then gives all these documents to TRANSGUARD security transport company and they clear the parcel through customs and deliver the parcel to the KP Office at: Kimberley Process Office Almas Tower, Jumeirah Lakes Towers Dubai, UAE

 

8. If Passport Control inquires to the nature of the visit, the Seller/Passenger declares he is hand carrying rough diamonds and should also have in his possession the following documents: a. ORIGINAL INVOICE REFLECTING IMPORTER AND EXPORTER NAMES, ADDRESSES, INVOICE NO, BANK DETAILS, UN DECLARATION, SIGNATURE AND STAMP. b. KP CERTIFICATE (ORIGINAL). c. AUTHORITY LETTER FROM TLI GLOBAL FZ-LLC AUTHORIZING PASSENGER TO HAND CARRY THEIR ROUGH DIAMOND SHIPMENT. (TLI WILL PROVIDE UPON REQUEST). d. COMPLETE ITINERARY FROM COUNTRY OF ORIGIN TO DUBAI – YOU MAY PROVIDE EITHER TICKET OR BOARDING PASS COPIES.

 

9. Passport Control should process the passenger’s identification documents and passenger proceeds to luggage retrieval area to collect other belongings

 

10. Passenger is then free to exit the airport

 

11. Contact Director Mr. William McKeag on bill.mckeag@thetligroup.com or Director Mr. Juan Lopez on jmjlopez@thetligroup.com during regular business hours. Otherwise please give advance details of flight number and arrival time and our trained staff will meet you and escort you after the terminal building.

 

12. We cannot help the passenger during any portion of this clearing procedure while he is in the airport secure area.

 

• UN Declaration is self- certified on Seller Letterhead as follows:

 

“The diamonds herein invoiced have been purchased from legitimate sources not involved in funding conflict and in compliance with United Nations resolutions. The seller hereby guarantees that these diamonds are conflict free, based on personal knowledge and/or written guarantees provided by the supplier of these diamonds.”

 

“We hereby declare that these diamonds sold by us to you, do not contain any conflict diamond on which as embargo has been put as per the UN Security council resolution No # 1173, 1176 & 1306”

Gold Hand Carry Procedures

Hand Carry Procedures – DXB 2020 (Updated)

 

When entering Dubai with impure gold for refining it must be declared to customs, there is no tax or duty, but there can be a VAT implication if not consigned to a VAT Registered company in UAE.

 

It is an offence to enter without declaring your metal to the appropriate officials.

 

Here is the likely scenario for entry otherwise;

 

1. Passenger disembarks the flight with goods in-hand and proceeds to passport control.

 

2. If Passport Control inquires to the nature of the visit passenger declares he is hand carrying precious metal for refining.

 

3. Passport Control should process the passenger’s identification documents and passenger proceeds to luggage retrieval area to collect other belongings

 

4. An X-ray machine is set up between passport control and the baggage area.

 

5. Upon retrieving luggage proceed towards the exit where there will be two exit options with signs posted “Something to Declare” or “Nothing to Declare”

 

6. Passenger should proceed to the “Something to Declare” line and identify the shipment to officials.

 

7. Please be sure passenger can produce a certificate of origin and a commercial invoice detailing the Dubai Consignee VAT TRN Number. If the documents are in a language other than English, then there is a security deposit of 1000AED charged by Dubai Customs. This is refunded upon departure.

 

8. The passenger will be asked to deposit the Gold at Customs and be given a “Detained Receipt” for same.

9. Contact Director Mr. William McKeag on bill.mckeag@thetligroup.com or Director Mr. Juan Lopez on jmjlopez@thetligroup.com during regular business hours. Otherwise please give advance details of flight number and arrival time and our trained staff will fully advise you.

 

10. We cannot help the passenger during any portion of this clearing procedure while he/she is in the airport secure area. When advised by the passenger, we will arrange for any VAT to be offset against our account and the passenger to collect the Gold via Transguard.

 

11. Please retain your Boarding Pass to show at Customs and after Customs for the collection of the Detained Gold.

 

12. The Commercial Invoice in a hand carry scenario can be made out to the passenger directly and or T.L.I Global FZ-LLC

 

13. Commercial invoice should include the following information:

  •  Description of the contents (Bars, Dore, etc.)

  •  Net weight of the contents

  •  Gross weight of the shipment

  •  Value of the contents

  •  Description of the container(s)

  •  The consigner and consignee

THE SELLER SHOULD ALSO HAVE THE FOLLOWING SELF-CERTIED UN DECLARATION WHEN ENTERING DUBAI WITH GOLD FOR T.L.I GLOBAL FZ-LLC

 

• UN Declaration is self- certified on Seller Letterhead as follows:

 

“The GOLD herein invoiced has been purchased from legitimate sources not involved in funding conflict and in compliance with United Nations resolutions. The seller hereby guarantees that this GOLD is conflict free, based on personal knowledge and/or written guarantees provided by the supplier.”

 

“We hereby declare that the GOLD sold by us to you, does not contain any conflict GOLD on which any embargo has been put, as per the UN Security council resolution No # 1173, 1176 & 1306”

DORÉ BUYING PROCEDURES

GOLD DORÉ BUYING PROCEDURES

We firstly require a FULL CORPORATE OFFER (FCO) from the Seller detailing requested Procedure, Terms and Conditions for their Gold Bar (AU Metal) supply and this should include all of the following information:

 

COMMODITY SPECIFICATIONS:

 

• COMMODITY:                          Gold Bars (AU Metal) Origin

• FORM:                                       Bar size available • PURITY: XX%

• QUANTITY:                               XX kg

• TRIAL TRANCHE:                     XX kg,

• DELIVERY:                                DAP to DXB Value Cargo Area or FOB Country of Origin

• PRICE:                                       LBMA with Discount XX% or Fixed Price per kg

• CURRENCY:                             United States Dollars

• PAYMENT:                               Swift Bank to Bank wire transfer

• PACKAGING:                           International Standard Export Package Boxes.

 

TRANSACTION PROCEDURES

  • Buyer and Seller will sign all initial documents such as the FCO and then the full SPA thereafter.

  • Seller will then provide verifiable POP from their bank. Unverifiable SKR’s from nonregistered Security Houses are not acceptable as POP if an instrument is being requested from Buyer. If no instrument is being requested, then no POP is required.

  • Buyer will respond Bank to Bank on POF and any subsequent instrument. • Seller will provide a 2% PB against any such instrument.

 

NB: We do not deal with 3rd Party Financiers

Seller will then provide Buyer with the following documents prior to product leaving country of origin:

  • Proof of Ownership • Certificate of Origin

  • Tax Clearance Certificate

  • Export Permit • AWB Copy

  • Commercial Invoices Seller is responsible for freight, insurance and delivery up to destination airport. Buyer is responsible for customs clearance, transportation and insurance from destination airport to Buyer refinery and all taxes, customs, security, assaying cost at Buyer refinery and logistics.

 

NOTES :

 

1. We do not provide POF prior to an acceptable POP.

2. We do not provide bank instruments to first time suppliers without first receiving and clearing a trial volume together.

3. We do not provide instruments without a 2% reciprocal PB from the Seller.

4. We do not issue airline tickets or meet hotel costs for representatives of the Seller.

5. We do not issue instruments to 3rd Party Financiers banks.

Shipping Procedures And Instructions

IMPORT PROCEDURES

DXB AND REFINERY PRE-ARRIVAL PROCEDURES

 

Before the shipment arrives in Dubai the Seller has notified the refinery of the impending shipment and supplied by Email the required documents.

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL GOODS MUST BE DECLARED "VALUE CARGO" TO THE SHIPPING AGENT AND AIRLINE OR T.L.I WILL REJECT THE SHIPMENT.

 

Air Waybill if T.L.I GLOBAL FZ-LLC is the Nominated Importer:

 

Goods will be cleared through Transguard. It must state the following in the "Ship to” portion of the waybill EXACTLY to enable clearance at customs. If the address below is not included exactly as stated below the shipment may not be cleared and could be returned to the client.

 

T.L.I GLOBAL FZ-LLC

P.O POX 38909, RAK, UAE - VIA TRANSGUARD

MIRSAL 2 CODE:                     AE -6004248

IMPORTER CODE:                   T5053

VAT REG:                                 TRN 100276698600003

Commercial Invoice :

All shipments must contain the following information and 3 x copies must accompany the shipment.

  •  Description of the contents (Bullion, Dore, etc.)

  •  Net weight of the contents

  •  Gross weight of the shipment

  •  Value of the contents

  •  Description of the container(s)

  •  The Consigner and Consignee

  •  UN Declaration as per the UN Security council resolution No # 1173, 1176 & 1306”

Certificate of Origin: Must travel with the shipment and be emailed to T.L.I in advance.

 

UPON ARRIVAL AT THE AIRPORT FREEZONE

 

Dubai or Abu Dhabi Customs notifies Transguard and T.L.I of the shipment arrival and processes paperwork for transfer to secure carrier (Delays at this stage are out of our control and usually result from incorrect paperwork from Seller or a request for assay confirmation before release). Armored insured carrier transports material to refinery

 

UPON ARRIVAL AT THE REFINERY OR ASSAY CENTRE

 

  • We open and weigh the material upon receipt. T.L.I Senior Representatives will be on-hand for this procedure and it is recommended the client or client representative are present as well. This process is under secure video at all times.

  • Material is melted, sampled and poured in to impure Dory bars and weighed for final settlement purposes 

  • Client is given one sample to take to an outside lab and GGRS will retain two samples, one for assay and one held for any dispute resolution (i.e. Umpire Assay) 

  • Refinery lab will then proceed with the bullion fire assay procedure as per LBMA/ASTM Standards

  •  Within 1 working day we will report our assay to the client and ask for assay acceptance 

  • If the Client accepts, we will proceed with refining the material 

  • Settlement made directly to client

PLEASE READ AND DOWNLOAD OUR PDF PROCEDURES FOUND UNDER THE “SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS”

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