Irish Islamic Certificate of Origin: For all goods exported from Ireland to the 34 countries as in the list must have the Irish Islamic Certificate of Origin : list of 34 countries Download Irish Islamic Certificate of Origin Countries List
Also for other export documentations must be certified by the Irish Islamic Chamber of Commerce IICC for a smooth access to OIC Countries:
Commercial Invoice (notarization):
Bill of Lading (notarization):
Packing List (notarization):
Free Sale Certificate (notarization): The Free Sale Certificate usually required in most of OIC countries or for certain products (such as pharmaceuticals and HealthCare related products), certifying that the specified imported goods are normally and freely sold in Ireland’s open markets and are approved for export. The Free Sale Certificate can be obtained from the Irish Medicines Board.
Health Certificate (Notarization): Some countries require a health or sanitary certificate when animals, animal products, these certificates are issued by the Department of Agriculture.
HALAL Certificate (Issuance): For all meat products, must be HALAL compliant, to know more about HALAL Certification process (Check HALAL Section in the Irish Islamic Chamber of Commerce Website).
CAP Licence: Common Agricultural Policy Licence is usually needed for the export of foodstuffs, whether as raw materials or processed products. They are issued by the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food and controlled by Revenue. The Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food will be able to tell you if a licence is required. Their general contact number is +353(0) 1 607 2000 or Lo-Call 1890 200 510, or you can visit their website at www.agriculture.gov.ie. If a licence is required and is not presented at the time of export, the consignment will not be released for export.
Export Licence: Department of Jobs Enterprise and Innovation export Licences are needed for the export of:
– Military, security and paramilitary equipment, firearms, ammunition, explosives and related goods to all destinations, including other EU Member States;
23- Dual-use goods (a wide range of civil goods that can have a military application) to destinations outside the customs territory of the Community;
– Highly sensitive dual-use goods to all destinations, including other EU Member States;
– Goods that you are aware, or about which you have been informed, may be for use in connection with chemical, biological or nuclear weapons; and
– Goods being exported to countries that have UN, EU or OSCE (Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe) Sanctions currently imposed against them.
In addition, many less sensitive goods being exported to less sensitive destinations may be covered by a global export licence. You can contact the Department of, Jobs Enterprise and Innovation export licensing helpdesk on + 353 (0) 1 631 2541, or visit
their website at www.deti.ie/trade/export/index.htm for further information. If a licence is required and is not presented, the goods may be seized.
Gaeltacht Licence: Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Licences are required for the export of certain cultural or heritage items from Ireland. You can contact the Department of Arts,
Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Cultural Institutions Unit), New Road, Killarney, Co. Kerry on +353 (0) 64 6627354 or visit their website: Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht for further information.