International Import Certificates 

What is an International Import Certificate?

An International Import Certificate (IIC) is required for imports of ‘controlled’ goods. It is an undertaking by the importer to import goods into the United Kingdom without diversion or trans-shipment elsewhere, and not to re-export the goods without an export license.

What are controlled goods?

‘Controlled’ goods are goods which appear on a military list, administered by the suppliers’ national licensing authority, or on a ‘dual-use’ list. These lists are in place to act as a strategic mechanism to keep sensitive technologies in the right hands and avoid the possibility of diversion to WMD (Weapons of Mass Destruction) programmes such as chemical, biological and nuclear weapons.

How can I check if my goods are covered by the regulations?

Controlled goods are listed in ‘The Export of Goods (Control) Order (EG(C) 0) 1989 (SI 1989/2376)’. 

How do I obtain a certificate?

Chamber International is authorised to issue IIC’s on behalf of the UK government. We check, process and return manual applications to importers within 2-3 days.

Can I apply online?

Yes, it’s simple. Telephone Fiorella Duran-Robinson to register on                      +44 (0)845 034 7200 or email. Online applications are returned within 1-2 days.

Follow the simple steps below to get started:

1)    Order the forms by telephoning +44 (0)845 034 7200 and pay by credit card or order by post making your cheque payable to Chamber International.

2)    Post your completed form (handwritten applications cannot be accepted) together with a copy of your purchase order and payment.

For further information contact one of our specialists on +44 (0)845 034 7200 or email.

Send your application to: Chamber International, Devere House, Vicar Lane, Bradford, West YorkshireBD1 5AH.

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