ad code registration at nhava sheva

AD code registration at nhava sheva

To register an AD code at nhava sheva port, you can: 

  1. Log on to the ICEGATE website.
  2. Click on the left panel and then Bank Account Management.
  3. Click on AD Code Registration on the Export Promotion Bank Account Management page.
  4. Select AD Code Registration and then Submit for AD Code Bank Account Registration.
  5. Upload the required documents and provide your business details.
  6. Provide detailed information about your bank account, including the account number, branch details, and the name of the bank where the AD Code will be linked.
  7. If applicable, provide a copy of your Goods and Services Tax (GST) registration certificate.
You can register an AD code for each port separately. It is mandatory to register an AD code on the port where you intend to import goods

 

The AD code registration process for Nhava Sheva Port includes:

  1. Documentation
  2. Application to the Icegate portal using organization-based class 3 DSC (Digital Signature Certificate)
  3. Following up with the concerned port for AD code registration
  4. Approval of AD code from customs

The AD code is a 14-digit numerical code that must be registered at all ports for export shipments that require customs clearance
The AD code can be obtained from the bank where the importer or exporter has a current account.
The bank must be an authorized dealer of foreign currency and deal in foreign currency.
A request for the AD code must be sent to the branch manager in a prescribed format. The AD code is then issued on the bank's letterhead.
The AD code registration usually takes about 3–4 working days. If the shipping bill is generated in the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) system while filing for export, it means the AD Code has been registered.
Here are some other steps for registering an AD code in Icegate:
  1. Select the Bank account statement module on the left panel
  2. Click the Account statement module
  3. Two dropdowns will appear
  4. Select AD code registration
  5. Enter the valid IRN number of the documents uploaded in e-SANCHIT
  6. Upload an IceGate ID
  7. Upload documents that support the entity's bank account
  8. Click the Add New Bank Account button
An AD code, or Authorized Dealer Code, is a 7- or 14-digit code. It's important in the import-export business. It helps the government track foreign currency transactions, ensures compliance with customs requirements, and simplifies import-export processes
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