Certificates of Origin / exporting to israel

NOTICE:

The Certificate of Origin will no longer be necessary after March 31, 2018. Instead U.S. exporters will now be required to complete a declaration (“Invoice Declaration”) on the invoice, delivery note, or any other commercial document accompanying the shipment. Please see a sample invoice declaration below**

**Example Invoice Declaration (copy & paste)

I, the undersigned, hereby declare that unless otherwise indicated, the goods covered by this document fully comply with the rules of origin and the other provisions of the Agreement on the Establishment of a Free Trade Area between the Government of Israel and the Government of the United States of America.

□ The Exporter (whether the exporter is the producer or not)

□ The Producer (is not the exporter)

Tax Identification: ________________________________

Name: ________________________________________

Title: _________________________________________

E-mail: ________________________________________

Signature: ______________________________________


You need to furnish the invoice declaration for Export to Israel if your export is:

  • Wholly the growth, product or manufacture of the United States*
  • Sold to a customer in Israel, with Israel as the export’s destination

*Products not wholly the growth, product or manufacture of the United States must be substantially transformed into a new article having a new name, character or use in order to qualify.

You do not need to furnish the invoice declaration for Export to Israel for:

  • Evaluation samples or temporary exports for a trade show
    Contact the US Council for International Business at 1.866.786.5625 or visit www.merchandisepassport.org
  • Printed Informational Material

What does the invoice declaration do for US-based businesses?

  • Saves Time & Money
  • Waives tariffs
  • Waives duties