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Obtain phytosanitary certificate  (9) expand_more expand_less

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Summary of the procedure

Institutions involved 2 expand_more expand_less

Plant Health Services (PHS) (x 7)
National Microfinance Bank (NMB) (x 2)

Results 1 expand_more expand_less

Phytosanitary certificate

Required Documents expand_more expand_less

Self assessment document (TRA) (x 2)
Packing list (x 2)
Commercial invoice (x 2)
Shipping order (x 2)
Plant import permit (x 2)
Control number (phs) (x 2)
Stamped NMB bank deposit slip
Government receipt (x 2)
Application letter for phytosanitary certificate
Stamped self assessment document (TRA)
Stamped packing list
Stamped bank deposit slip
Phytosanitary government receipt

Estimated cost USD  23

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TZS expand_more expand_less
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for export certification fee. This fee applies to all consignment
for inspection
USD 0 -
USD  0.2 per ton
for variable inspection cost
Equivalent to TSH
for fixed inspection cost
for fixed inspection cost
USD 15 -
USD  15 per Consignment
Phytosanitary certificate fee
Equivalent to TSH

Total Duration 2d  - 4d   expand_more expand_less

  Min. Max.
Total time (sum): 2d 4d
of which:
Waiting time in queue (sum): 0mn 1h. 5mn
Attention at counter: 20mn 1h. 30mn
Waiting time until next step (sum): 1d 1/2 3d 1/2

Laws 2 expand_more expand_less

Plant Protection regulation1998 Plant Protection Regulation, 1998
  Sections 58, 63, 64
Plant protection Act,1997 The Plant Protection Act, 1997
  Sections 15, 21, 33, 34
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