Customs Baggage Declaration Regulations, 2013.

 

 

Notification No. 90 / 2013-Customs (N.T.) dated 29.08.2013

Amended by corrigendum dated 10.09.2013, Notification No. 133/ 2013-Customs (N.T.) dated 30.12.2013



 G.S.R.     - In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (a) of section 81 of the Customs Act, 1962, the Central Board of Excise and Customs hereby makes the following regulations, namely:—

 

1. Short title. - These regulations may be called the Customs Baggage Declaration

( Amendment)  Regulations, 2013.

2. Extent of application. - These regulations shall apply to baggage including any package comprised therein of the passengers coming to India. These regulations will come into effect  w.e.f. 1st March, 2014.

3. Method of Declaration of Baggage. - All passengers who come to India shall declare their accompanied baggage in Form I appended to this regulation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Form I

 

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INDIAN CUSTOMS DECLARATION FORM

(Please see important information given below before filling this Form)

1.

Name of the Passenger

…………….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

2.

Passport Number

……………………………………………

3.

Nationality

………………..………..

4.

Date of Arrival

………………… (DD/MM/YYYY)

5.

Flight No.

………………..………..

6.

Number of Baggage

……………………………………………

7.

Country from where coming

………………..………..

8.

Countries visited in last six days 

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

9.

Total value of dutiable goods being imported (Rs.)

……………………………………………………………………………………..

10.

Are you bringing the following items into India?   (please tick Yes or No)

(i)

Prohibited Articles

Yes  / No

(ii)

Gold jewellery (over Free Allowance)

Yes  / No

(iii)

Gold Bullion

Yes  / No

(iv)

Meat and meat products/dairy products/fish/poultry products       

Yes  / No

(v)

Seeds/plants/seeds/fruits/flowers/other planting material

Yes  / No

(vi)

Satellite phone

Yes  / No

(vii)

Indian currency exceeding Rs. 7,500/-

Yes  / No

(viii)

Foreign currency notes exceed US $ 5,000 or equivalent

Yes  / No

(ix)

Aggregate value of foreign exchange including currency exceeds US $ 10,000 or equivalent.

Yes  / No

 

 

Please report to Customs Officer at the Red Channel counter in case answer to any of the above question is ‘Yes’.

 

 

 

Signature   of Passenger …………………………

 

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

 

Items prohibited for import include:

 

1. Maps and  literature  where  Indian  external  boundaries  have  been  shown  incorrectly.  

2. Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances.  

3.  Goods violating any of the legally enforceable intellectual property rights. 

4.  Wild life products. 

5.  Counterfeit Currency notes/coin or fake Currency notes.

6.  Specified Live Birds and animals.

 

Customs Duty Free Allowance

 

Eligible Passenger

Origin Country

Duty Free  Allowance

Passengers of Indian origin and foreigners of over 10 years of age residing in India

Nepal, Bhutan,

Myanmar,

China

Rs. 6,000

Passengers of Indian origin and foreigners

of over 10 years of age residing in India

Other than Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, China

Rs. 35,000

Tourists of foreign origin

Anywhere

Gifts and souvenirs worth Rs.8,000

Indian passenger who has been residing abroad for over one year

Anywhere

Gold jewellery:

Gentleman -  Rs. 50,000

Lady - Rs.1,00,000

All passengers

Anywhere

Alcohol liquor or  wine: 2 litres

Anywhere

Cigarettes: 200 numbers or Cigars upto 50 or Tobacco 250 grams 

Passenger of 18 years and above

Anywhere

One laptop computer (note book computer)

 

Customs duty is leviable @ 36.05% (Basic Customs duty @ 35% + Education Cess @3%) on the value of dutiable goods that is in excess of the Duty Free Allowance.

 

Indian Customs is responsible for protecting the nation against the illegal import of prohibited items. Indian Customs officers have the authority to question you and to examine you and your personal property. If you are one of the passengers selected for questioning / examination, you will be treated in a courteous, professional and dignified manner.

 

If your baggage is mishandled / lost on arrival, please obtain endorsement of free allowance, if any, from Customs Officer at Mishandled Baggage Counter.

 

For updated information on items prohibited/restricted for import or in case of any difficulty or complaint, please contact the Customs PRO.

 

 

INDIAN CUSTOMS WELCOMES YOU TO INDIA

 

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