Apply for A Foreign Importer License of Coffee In Jamaica By Online
Application In Person
- For an application for Foreign Importer’s Licence for coffee, you must apply to the Jamaica Agricultural Commodities Regulatory Authority (JACRA) You must visit the JACRA office. Please check out JACRA’s contact information through here: Link
- Get the application form at the JACRA office in Person or download it from this hyperlink: Link
- Complete and read the application according to the requirements, and then include all required documents, as mentioned below in the “Required Documents” section further down.
- Visit the JACRA office to pay the application fees to the cashier. You will then receive the receipt for payment.
- Complete the application and submit it complete application to the JACRA office, located at the service desk
- The official will review the application and, if it’s true you will receive an acknowledgement receipt for your application
- When you submit an application JACRA examines your request and let you know whether or not it’s successful, or if they need additional information from you to complete the application.
- In the event that your submission is completed and conforms to the standards required If it is, you will be informed that the processing of your application will start. If it is not then, you will be informed of the requirements that must be met in order for the application to be considered.
- Your application is reviewed and you will be issued the foreign importer’s license for coffee
- For an application for a foreign importer’s license for Coffee by filling out an online form to apply, go to this page: Jamaica Agricultural Commodities Regulatory Authority (JACRA) website: Link
- On the website Once you are on the website, click “RESOURCES” beneath the bar of information. Click to open the link and then select “FORMS” to access the forms page.
- Scroll down to locate “Local Importer’s License (Coffee)” Click it to start the online form
- Review the information and make sure you have the documents to upload
- Submit an online application, supplying all the information required. Be sure to choose “New” within”Type of Application” in the “Type of Application” section.
- After you’ve filled out the application and have uploaded all required documents, you can click “SUBMIT the FORM”
- Once you have submitted your application, after submitting your application, JACRA will follow up with the applicant to inform them whether your application was successful or if they need additional information from you in order to complete the application.
- When your request is completed and meets the requirements If it is, you will be informed that the processing of your application will start. If it is not you are notified of the conditions to be met for your application to be considered.
- Your application is processed, and you will receive an Foreign Importer’s License of coffee.
Required Documents For Apply for A Foreign Importer License of Coffee
- Application form
- Documents of incorporation
- An inventory of the names and addresses of suppliers of the applicant as well as the varieties of the agricultural product that is regulated being provided
- A list of names and addresses of people or entities to whom the agricultural product that is subject to regulation will be provided.
- Reception of payment
- The business concepts
- Reference of Banker
- Two business acquaintances
- An overview of the name and qualification of the most important employees of the company (including the CEO/Manager as well as marketing manager)
- Others documents (s) that could need to be submitted by Authority.
Office Locations and Contacts
Jamaica Agricultural Commodities Regulatory Authority
Address Address: 1 Willie Henry Drive, P.O. PO Box 508 Kingston 13 Jamaica W.I.
For questions regarding permits and licenses for permits and licenses, please email email@example.com
Contact details and map: Link
- Foreign companies and individuals who want to get an importer’s license for coffee
- Application: JMD: 500
- Fee for license: USD 1000 per year
- Fee details: Link
- It is valid for two years.
Documents to Utilize
Application form: Link
- The issuance of the license is dependent upon the signing of the Users Licence Agreement with Coffee Marks limited an entirely-owned affiliate that is part of Jamaica Agricultural Commodities Regulatory Authority
- The application must be correctly filled out to avoid delays. Note that incomplete applications won’t be considered by JACRA
The Information You Need
- Type of application
- Basic Information
- Information about the company
- Questions on Compulsory
Documentation is needed
- This license is required for importers of coffee from outside the country.
- JAMA: Link