Validating a certificate of origin
You hold a Certificate of Origin from a participating Chamber of Commerce if that Certificate contains a Verification Key consisting of 5 groups of digits (alpha and numeric).
Enter the Verification Key above to authenticate the Certificate you hold.
It’s also frequently used to determine how much duty the importer will pay to bring in your goods.
Most countries accept a generic certificate of origin form that includes information about the exporter and importer, the description and harmonized tariff code of the goods, and the country of origin.
The Certificate of Origin of goods certified by the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) includes: 1 original, 3 copies of the certificate of origin and the request form for its issuance.
Determining the origin of the exported goods is one of the key bases for the implementation of any tariff and other important criteria.
Each issued certificate includes a printed reference number and a unique, official serial number, affixed with the certification of the document.
For each separate shipment only one certificate of origin is issued.
Specifically, their role in helping you create a certificate of origin. A certificate of origin is a document that certifies the country where the goods originated.
A certificate of origin may be required by the government of the country where your goods are imported.
The Certificate of Origin verifies the country in which the product was manufactured.