How to import to Nigeria, step by step process

Complete Procedures to import goods to Nigeria

 

How to import to Nigeria? Explain about import registration process, cargo movement to Nigeria from overseas countries, Import delivery process in Nigeria etc. What are the import procedures in Nigeria to move goods? 

 

This post explains about step by step procedures that need to be finished with Nigerian government authority for importation to Nigeria.

                                                                                    

 This post explains about import registration procedures to be obtained from Nigeria government authority for importation to Nigeria.

If you need to import goods or services, a onetime registration procedure is being completed in most of the countries.  Such import export licence may be obtained from concerned government department of Nigeria if required.

For importing to Nigeria, you must do the following,

a) Should register the company name in Nigeria or hence have a certificate of Incorporation.

b) Register the company with the Federal Inland Revenue Services (FIRS) and get Tax Identification Number (TIN Number) upon the proof of tax payments.

c) Take an account in any Bank of choice in Nigeria. This Bank will then process the Form M / PAAR, as well as mediate among the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), the importer and other bodies.

e-Form “M”:- An e-Form “M” is a mandatory documentation process required by the Federal Government of Nigeria and it processes through the Federal Ministry of Finance and the Central Bank of Nigeria, to monitor and keep track of the goods that are being imported into Nigeria and facilitate the payment of import duties.

d) Obtain regulatory certificates like SONCAP (Standards Organization of Nigeria Conformity Assessment Program) or NAFDAC as the case may be for items that are regulated.

Subsequent to finishing the above procedures, you should register as an importer and client of the Nigeria Single Window Trade Portal on the FIRS site. The Single Window Trade Portal is an intergovernmental site that encourages the trade procedure by enabling Nigerian and international parties to get to Nigerian governmental services.

 

Nigeria Customs Service was saddled with the responsibilities of revenue collection, accounting for same and anti smuggling activities under the supervisory oversight of the Nigerian Ministry of Finance. They controls the imports and exports activities happening in the country.

The document requirement is depends on the country of origin or destination. The documents may have to be prepared in a particular way to comply with the requirements of the import or export country.

 

 

For the most part in all nations there are three phases of process for import. One time enrolment method to acquire import permit, documentation required for importation and Import customs clearance procedures. Point by point data on these three phases of imports has been specified independently in this site. You may click underneath those data connects to find out about well ordered techniques on the most proficient method to import:

 

License required for Import

Import documents required

Import Customs Process

 

This post explains about different phases in import process that every importer needs to go through in Nigeria.

 

 

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