Customs Registration

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Why Register For Customs?

A Customs registration is a SARS registration for the business, this registration allows you to import or export goods and or services

Information You Will Need

Customs Registration

  • Employer needs to be loaded on our E’fiing profile with the (Income Tax) tax type activated
  • Company registered representative needs to be appointed
  • Company registration documents
  • Director ID copies (Recently certified)
  • Company proof of address
  • Company proof of banking (Account confirmation letter/Bank statement)
  • Company proof of contact number
  • Public officer/Director/Registered representative proof of address

What Is The Process?

  • Log onto E’filing
  • Select employer
  • Click on “Customs”
  • Click on “Customs Registration”
  • Click on “Registration licencing accreditation”
  • Click on “Continue”
  • Click on “New Application”
  • Select registration type
  • Fill in forms
  • Upload supporting documents

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