The US Arab Chamber of Commerce assists U.S. exporters and corporations to expedite the legalization process and obtain the required authentications in a timely manner. Commercial export Documents destined for use in Sudan must be:
Companies must complete steps 1 and 2 before shipping the documents to US Arab Chamber of Commerce to expedite completion of steps 3, 4 and 5.
The Chamber may legalize both a Certificate of Origin and a Commercial Invoice together, or each certificate individually.
|Fees||One document (C/I or C/O)||Set of C/I & C/O|
|US Department of State||$ 8.00||$ 16.00|
|D.C. Government fee||$ 15.00||$ 15.00|
|USACC Stamp||$ 35.00||$ 70.00|
|Sudan Embassy||$ 604.00||$ 1208.00|
|Service fee||$ 45.00||$ 35.00|
|Total||$ 707.00||$ 1344.00|
|Processing Time||12 Business days|
US Arab Chamber of Commerce legalizes other commercial export documents and certificates from the Embassy of Sudan in Washington D.C. such as Packing Lists, Insurance Certificates, Halal Certificates, Export Certificates, Radiation Certificates, Dangerous Goods Certificates, Inspection Certificates, Bill of Lading, Airway Bills, Pro Forma Certificates, Temporary Shipment Certificates, Ingredient Certificates, and ISO Certificates.
The chamber will stamp the document, authenticate it from the US Department of State, and legalize it by the Sudanese Embassy in Washington DC. The process and fees for these documents are similar to the one previously listed above for commercial invoices. These documents must be certified from the same secretary of the state where they were issued. For more information, please call customer Service for support.