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1.1 Origin

1.2 Free Sale

1.3 Quality

1.4 Phytosanitary

1.5 Animal Health/Human Consumption

1.6 Analysis

1.7 Other Certificates

Legalisation of any other document (Ord. 13B)


1.1 Certificate of Origin

The corresponding authority of the exporting country certifies the country of origin in which the goods being exported are produced.

In the case of Hong Kong the institutions/bodies authorised to issue Certificates of Origin are:

Trade and Industry Department of Hong Kong SAR;
Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce;
Federation of Hong Kong Industries;
The Chinese Manufacturers' Association of Hong Kong;
The Indian Chamber of Commerce, Hong Kong; and
The Chinese General Chamber of Commerce.

Regarding Macao, the only authority competent to issue Certificates of Origin is the Department of Industry of the Directorate of Economic Services of Macao SAR.

1. Original and photocopy of the Certificate.
2. Copy of the commercial registry of the exporting company.
3. Bank receipt of the deposit of SEVENTY US DOLLARS (US$70.00) in the account of the CONSULATE GENERAL OF VENEZUELA.

This service requires two working days.

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1.2 Certificate of Free Sale

The corresponding authorities of the producing country certify that the good to be exported has no sale restriction whatsoever and can be freely sold, in accordance with valid regulations.

1. Original and photocopy of the Certificate.
2. Copy of the commercial registry of the exporting company.
3. Bank receipt of the deposit of SEVENTY US DOLLARS (US$70.00) in the account of the CONSULATE GENERAL OF VENEZUELA.

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1.3 Certificate of Quality

Certificate proving that the exporting good has fulfilled the minimum standards of quality control established by the producing country for the consumption/use of the said good.

1. Original and photocopy of the Certificate.
2. Copy of the commercial registry of the exporting company.
3. Bank receipt of the deposit of SEVENTY US DOLLARS (US$70.00) in the account of the CONSULATE GENERAL OF VENEZUELA.

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1.4 Phytosanitary Certificate

The corresponding sanitary authority of the producing country certifies that the plants/plants products that are being exported, are free from disease, pests and noxious weeds.

1. The certificate must be issued by the corresponding official authority (Department of Agriculture and Fisheries of Hong Kong SAR) and must be signed and sealed by the respective official. Certificates issued by laboratories or private companies will not be accepted.
2. Original and one (1) photocopy of the Certificate.
3. Copy of the commercial registry of the exporting company.
4. Bank receipt of the deposit of SEVENTY US DOLLARS (US$70.00) in the account of the CONSULATE GENERAL OF VENEZUELA.

This service requires two working days.

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1.5 Certificate of Animal Health/Human Consumption

The competent health authority of the producing country certifies that a product of animal origin intended for human consumption, complies with the animal health and public health rules applicable for the purposes of trade.

1. The certificate must be issued by the Department of Health, Agriculture or relevant Department and must be signed and sealed by the respective official.
2. Original and one (1) photocopy of the Certificate.
3. Copy of the commercial registry of the exporting company.
4. Bank receipt of the deposit of SEVENTY US DOLLARS (US$70.00) in the account of the CONSULATE GENERAL OF VENEZUELA.

This service requires two working days.

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1.6 Certificate of Analysis

It is the document issued by the competent authority of the country of origin in which is stated the chemical composition of a product to be exported, intended for either human or animal consumption.

1. The certificate must be issued by a laboratory accredited by the Hong Kong SAR Government or the Macao SAR Government.
2. Original and one (1) photocopy of the Certificate.
3. Copy of the commercial registry of the exporting company.
4. Bank receipt of the deposit of SEVENTY US DOLLARS (US$70.00) in the account of the CONSULATE GENERAL OF VENEZUELA.

This service requires two working days.

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