You must access the e-z Cert service in order to apply for certified documents or to obtain a certificate of origin.
When you log in to e-z Cert UK you will be automatically redirected to your chosen chamber of commerce 'Home Page'
, from this page you can access the e-z Cert service and start applying for your certificates online, look for the 'Start New Application' box and click the red 'sign-in' button.
What Documents Can I Apply For?
Using the e-z Cert service you can apply for the following documents;
- ATA Carnet - Avoid paying duties for your temporary exports by applying for an ATA Carnet
- Certificate of Origin - Certify the country of origin for your products
- EUR1 - Preferential rates document for the movement of goods (EU)
- ATR.1 - Movement certificate for preferential import duty treatment when shipping to Turkey
- Upload Any Document - Get signatures verified by your chamber of commerce on any document
When you have accessed the e-z Cert service you will notice a new screen which is the secure home of all of your past and present applications, you also have the option to create a 'New Application'. By clicking this option you can choose which documents to apply online for, upload evidence documents and select all relevant options.
Make sure you read the help text as this will guide you through the process and help to make sure your application is completed correctly.
On the document page you will need to enter all of your export details, the required data is displayed on the right hand side of the page and you must make sure there aren't any crosses showing. If you see any crosses then you can click them and you will be taken to the required field.
When you are happy with your application details you can go to the 'Submit Application' tab and enter the final details before clicking the submit button.
When you click the submit button your data will be validated, so check for any validation error messages. If everything is fine with your application the 'Submit' link will disappear and your requested details will be sent to your Chamber of Commerce for stamping and final completion.
The Chamber of Commerce will validate your application for a certificate of origin or other certified documents and they will then stamp and sign the documents and return them to you.
Due to country restrictions these applications need to be stamped and signed manually so the Chamber of Commerce will print your details onto the stationary and return the completed documents to you via the agreed method.
These application can be electronically stamped and signed which means the documents will be returned to you via email and the e-z Cert system within minutes of processing. You will then be able to print the documents via your PC and your own printer.
Note: you will need to have the required stationary in order to print the documents yourself, please check with your Chamber of Commerce if you are unsure.