UAE: Non-residents Now Have Access To New Customs Clearance Features


A new feature is included that is benefited the automated form filling for some fields when using specific templates, in addition to promoting the completion of the clearance request through a single e-page for all intelligent devices. The General Administration of Abu Dhabi Customs has declared the provision for the possibility of clearing goods for non-resident individuals and non-registered companies from outside the UAE through Abu Dhabi’s land, sea, and air outlets. 

The new feature, assessed on the updated clearance of goods and services through The Abu Dhabi Government unified services ecosystem TAMM, givustomer experience. Everyone can use these services, whether es an effortless cit is a business community, individuals, or companies from outside the UAE. All can benefit from using TAMM and clear their goods upon entering or exiting the customer ports through Abu Dhabi and between free zones in the country, in other emirates, or in other neighboring countries.

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The updated clearance of goods is available through the Abu Dhabi Government Unifies Services Ecosystem, ” TAMM,” and can be used for goods that are imported for commercial entry, clearance import, personal entry, and temporary admission of goods that are usually exported and are re-exported, in cases of re-export clearance, or transit goods. 

This move aims to promote the customer experience, reduce time and effort, and provide digital customs and services in harmony with the best international practices. The new feature allows non-resident individuals to clear their goods by creating a UAE Pass account through their passports and allows non-registered companies in the UAE to clear goods after completing registration and tax payment procedures. 

The above report states that a new feature has been implemented to promote better customer experience, receive time and effort, and provide digital customs services in agreement with best international practices. 

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