Certification can be completed on the basis of the manufacturer`s or exporter`s knowledge that the product originated; or, for the exporter, a reasonable confidence in the manufacturer`s written or electronic certification certifying that the product is produced. Case 10: indication of the name of the country of origin (“CO” for all goods exported to Canada; “CA” for all goods of origin exported to Colombia). In some cases, even if your importer will not use the FREI sales right, you may be asked to provide information documenting the origin of your product. 3. information that describes and shows how the product is produced; If you have completed a certificate of origin but cannot prove the original character of the goods, you must inform all recipients of this certificate and the export country. When you establish a certificate of origin for the importer, you must maintain it with all registrations and documentation relating to the origin of the goods for a period of at least five years from the date of importation. The importing country or importer may request additional information that goes beyond these specifics. Please note that the Colombian Customs Service does not impose a specific certificate of origin in accordance with the U.S. Colombia TPA and there is no form or format required for the certificate of origin. If the Colombian Customs Service asks you to use a particular form, please contact the Negotiations and Compliance Trade Agreements Office.
The trade agreement with Colombia (COTPA) came into force on 15 May 2012. Most Colombian products currently arrive in the United States duty-free and the Goods Processing Tax (MPF) and virtually all will enter free of charge until COTPA is fully implemented in 2028. Information for U.S. exporters is available at: 2016.export.gov/FTA/index.asp In addition to the rules of origin mentioned above, there may be other ways to qualify your product: Case 7: For each good described in box 5, indicate which criterion (A to D) is applicable. The rules of origin are in Chapter 3 (Rules of Origin) and Schedule 301 (specific rules of origin). NOTE: To qualify for preferential tariff treatment, each type of product must meet at least one of the following criteria. Advice: Certification can only be issued by the exporter, manufacturer or importer; Third-party certificates (p.B Chamber of Commerce) are not accepted.