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Custom Clearance Procedure in Malaysia
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FAQs about Custom Clearance in Malaysia
Once a package arrives in Malaysia, it will only be released once all duties and taxes have been paid for. If there are any issues with the documentation or shipment, the goods may only be released after 24 to 48 hours from their arrival.
While there are no specific ways to hasten the customs clearance process, you still can ensure the entire procedure moves along smoothly.
To help the customs authority better clear your customs, you should verify that you have submitted all the relevant clearance documents and made payment for all customs duties and import taxes imposed on your goods.
Export clearance refers to the clearing of customs at the country of origin, to enable goods to be shipped out of the country.
Meanwhile, import clearance refers to customs clearance at the destination country, to allow cargo to be shipped into the said country.
There could be several reasons why your goods are stuck in customs:
- Pending duty and tax payment confirmation from the customs authority
- Cargo needs to be physically examined by the customs authority or relevant agencies
- Customs authority does not agree with the valuation or classification of your goods
- Commercial invoice could be missing key information
- Your goods have been confiscated by the relevant authorities
Your goods may get confiscated by customs authorities if it was shipped without the required licences or permits. Your shipment may also contain items that are illegal for export or import.
When your goods are confiscated, they will usually be detained by customs authorities for a few days. An inspection and physical examination will also be carried out for cargo that is suspected to contain prohibited goods.
If you are unable to provide a valid reason for the shipping of those goods, your cargo will not be cleared and may be confiscated indefinitely.