- Shipments require Arab-Irish Certificate of Origin and commercial invoice certified by the AICC
- Invoice to include the following statement "We certify that the present Invoice is authentic, that it is the only one issued by us for the goods mentioned therein, without deduction of any payment on account, and that they are of ……..Origin”
- Certificate of Origin with several Invoices can be processed if all Invoices have same Invoice date. Invoice Numbers date should be shown in Box 6 of the cert.
- Medicines, chemical products and by-products should carry a declaration as to whether they are hazardous or non-hazardous and that they are on free sale in the ROI
- Medicines and foods require an expiry date
- Documents not relating to a shipment require authentication at the DFA
- Documents must be in English
- The Embassy will not legalise numerous documents behind a notarial certificate
|Certificate of Origin with 1 invoice||€17|
|Certificate of Origin with several Invoices||€32|
|Invoice Fee||Calculated on daily rate|
|General Power of Attorney||€71|
|Special Power of Attorney||€37|
|Cancellation of Power of Attorney||€44|
|Certificate of a Pharmaceutical Product||€108|
|Distribution Agreement / Agency Agreement||€108|
|Power of Attorney to set up Branch or representative office in Lebanon||€108|
|Memorandum & Articles of Association||€108|
|Certificate of Incorporation||€108|
|Certificate of Change of Company Name||€108|
|Minutes of Board Meeting||€108|
|Registration of Trade Mark||€108|
|Any Registration Certificates Certificates i.e. GMP’s, Free Sale, Manufacturers Authorisation & Price Certs||€108|
|Balance Sheets/Budgets/Personal effects list||€44|
Please Contact AICC as legalisation fees for invoices are calculated on a daily basis.
Diplomatic Representation in Lebanon is provided by the Irish embassy in Egypt (Cairo).
Occasionally, embassy' rules and regulations change overnight. The AICC bears no responsibility for any such changes therefore any price changes will be passed directly to customers. We regret that we cannot under any circumstances, intercede with or take responsibility for transactions initiated directly between an exporter and an embassy.