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        Certificates of Origin



        LCC assists Peruvian exporters to promote their products in order to obtain international recognition and acceptance.



        Certificate of Origin


        Preferential tariff treatment granted due to the trade agreements.

        Other Certifications


        LCC Certificate: accredits the national origin of goods to be exported to any destination. (i.e. goods which fulfill the relevant rules of origin).  

        Legalization of Commercial Documents: The LCC certifies that the Peruvian company issuing the document is legally incorporated.


        Certificate of Free Sale: attests that the Peruvian product is free commercialized without any restriction in the domestic market.

        Certificate of Provenance: attests that the product to be exported is shipped in Peru, but it is not necessarily Peruvian.


        End-Use Certificate: ensures the proper use that will be given to the imported goods.

        Exporter Certificate: accredits that the Peruvian company is an exporter.


        Importer Certificate: accredits that the Peruvian company is an importer.


        Certification of Origin: attest to the potential buyer that the product which is willing to import is originally Peruvian.



        What is a Certificate of Origin?

        It is a document which intends to accredit and guarantee the origin of the exported good in order to benefit from any preferential treatment or tariff reductions stipulated in the trade agreements.


        What is the purpose to issue a Certificate of Origin?

        Certificates of Origin are mainly used to:


        Certify the origin and provenance of the goods shipped.

        Access to the tariff benefits from any preferential treatment stipulated in the trade agreements.


        Fulfilling requirements demanded by the importer´s country authorities.

        Fulfilling requirements demanded by the international foreign trade means of payment (Letter of Credit or Documentary Collection).


        What are the “Rules of Origin” (RO)?

        These are the minimum standards that a product must own in its production, manufacture and/or transformation process to be considered as originating in order to obtain preferential treatment granted by different countries.


        What are the types of certificates of origin which are issued?


        EUR1 Form (FTA EU) (Sample)
        Required by some of the 27 countries of the European Union (Germany, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Romania, and Sweden.)

        Effective since March 1st, 2013.

        A Form (Sample)

        Intended for exports under the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP): Australia, Belarus, New Zealand, and Russia.

        LAIA Form (Latin American Integration Association) (Sample)

        Intended for exports towards the members countries of the Andean Community of Nations – CAN (Bolivia, Colombia and Ecuador); Common Market of the South– MERCOSUR (Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, and Paraguay); and in addition to Cuba.

        LAIA-Chile Form (Sample)

        Intended only for to exports to Chile.

        Global System of Trade Preferences Form (SGPC) (Sample)

        Intended for exports towards the following countries: Algeria, Bangladesh, Benin, Cameroon, Egypt, Philippines, Ghana, Guinea, Guyana, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Malaysia, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Pakistan, People’s Republic of Korea, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Tanzania, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Vietnam, and Zimbabwe.

        Peru – Singapore FTA Form (Sample)

        Effective since August 1st, 2009.

        Peru – China FTA Form (Sample)
        Effective since March 1st, 2010.

        EUR.1 Form (EFTA) (Sample)
        Agreement signed by Peru – EFTA States (Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Island, and Norway)

        For Switzerland and Liechtenstein: effective since July 1st, 2011.

        For Island: effective since October 1st, 2011.

        For Norway: effective since July 1st, 2012.

        Peru– Korea FTA Form
        Effective since August 1st, 2011.

        Peru – Thailand Form (Sample)
        Effective since January 1st, 2012.

        Peru – Mexico Form (Sample)
        Effective since February 1st, 2012.

        Peru – Japan Form (Sample)
        Effective since March 1st, 2012.

        Peru – Panama Form (Sample)
        Effective since May 1st, 2012.


        Peru - Costa Rica Form (Sample)

        Effective since June 1st, 2013.

        Additionally, the LCC performs free of charge the visa request of the ICO formats for coffee’s exports using our official stamps.

        For your convenience all the forms mentioned are available in our offices for our clients and members.


        What are the requirements to obtain a Certificate of Origin?


        According to the Single Text of Administrative Procedures (TUPA) of the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism– MINCETUR, exporters or logistics operators must submit the following documents:

        Certificate of Origin completed properly.

        Affidavit of Origin: mandatory and valid for two years.

        Legible copy of the export invoice or bill of sales properly completed.


        Single Issue Order Form (Download)



        What is the Affidavit of Origin?


        It is one of the requirements for the issuance of Certificate of Origin, LCC’s Certificate and Origin Record, and must detailed the originating and non-originating of the inputs involved in the product’s manufacture. It must be submitted using the official form provided by MINCETUR.

        This affidavit is submitted for each type of product to be exported.  The LCC evaluates the information contained in the affidavit and if the product qualifies as an originating goof for the target market, it is registered in our system and remains active for a maximum period of two years.  The affidavits which do not qualify will be returned.


        Affidavit of Origin (Download)

        Filling guide (Download)


        How much does the procedure costs?


        The processing fee 2015 for the Certificate of Origin is S/. 42.48 which corresponds to 0.935% of ITU (tax unit) plus VAT (General Sales Tax) as set by the Single Text Administrative Proceeding (TUPA) of the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism.


        The EUR.1 Form (FTA EU) has a cost of S/ 6.50 for LCC’s non-members and delivered free of charge for our members.


        Form "A" and EUR.1 Form (EFTA) have a cost of S/. 8.00 each, VAT included (General Sales Tax) for LCC’s non-members and delivered free of charge for our members.


        Other certifications’ fee is S/. 60.00 VAT included. Periodically discount promotions for our members are offered for these types of documents.



        Can I have access to a credit line for certifications’ procedures?


        LCC’s members may benefit from a credit line after an evaluation and submitting the Credit Application Form.  A few days after, you will be informed of the amount of credit line assigned for your documentary procedures and will be available for immediate use.

        Credit Application Form. (Download)



        In which of the LCC’s offices can I perform the Certifications’ procedures?


        The certification procedure can be obtained in any of our 3 (three) authorized offices:

        LCC’s Headquarters of Certificates of Origin
        Av. Giuseppe Garibaldi No 396 – Jesús María
        Telephone: (511) 
        Cellphone: (51) 99814-9790

        LCC’s Air Commercial Centre- Callao:
        Av. Elmer Faucett s/n, Module A, Suite 221
        Facing the Jorge Chávez International Airport
        Telephone: (511) 219-1842
        Cellphone: (51) 


        LCC’s Santa Anita Office
        Calle Los Cipreses 140 5to piso, edificio Orbes – Santa Anita

        (A media cuadra  C.C. Mall Plaza Sta. Anita)

        Telephone: (511) 219-1659  

        Cellphone: (51) 99406-7701







        Ministry of Foreign Trade & Tourism - MINCETUR

        Trade Agreements

        Tax Administration -SUNAT (tariff items)

        Latin American Integration Association

        Andean Community of Nations

        International Coffee Organization (ICO)

        Single Window Facility for Foreign Trade (VUCE)




        Full Name E-Mail Telephone Position Office
        Santiago Luis Reyes 219-1737 Head Jesús María
        Esmeralda Chavesta Llontop 219-1741 Evaluator Jesús María
        Evelyn De la Cruz Ayala 219-1738 Evaluator Jesús María
        Jhan Núñez Flores 219-1736 Evaluator Jesús María
        Aysha Bauer Reátegui 219-1662 Evaluator Jesús María
        Mario Loli Melgarejo 219-1842 Coordinator Centro Aéreo - Callao
        Manuel Rojas Herrera 219-1841 Evaluator Centro Aéreo - Callao
        Giannina Orihuela Espinoza 219-1841 Evaluator Centro Aéreo - Callao
        Eduardo Tamariz Fernández 484-3850 Evaluator Centro Aéreo - Callao
        Carlos Román Damián 219-1659 Coordinator Santa Anita
        Margot Garay Agurto 219-1659 Evaluator Santa Anita



        Lima Chamber of Commerce CCL - Giuseppe Garibaldi Avenue No. 396, Jesús María. Telephone: (511) 463-3434 / Los Olivos Office: Carlos Izaguirre Avenue No. 754 - Los Olivos T. 219 1843 / Gamarra Office: Jr. Gamarra No. 653, Of. 601 (Gallery Plaza) - La Victoria T. 219 1840 / Callao Office: Sáenz Peña Avenue No. 807 – 809, Callao. T. 219 1841 / Commercial Air Center Office: Elmer Faucett Avenue n / n, Of. 221, Model "A" T. 219 1841 / Santa Anita Office: Los Eucaliptos Avenue No. 947, Santa Anita. T. 219-1511


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