Colombia Customs Import – Export
Colombian Customs or Aduana has many requirements which of course depend on the sector your working in. Here at Colombia Legal & Associates we have an experienced team which has extensive experience with Colombian customs law. Specifically, we can assist you in obtaining the necessary certifications and documentation required to import and export goods or services.
This may include modifications to business license certificates, complicated international commerce certifications from government authorities (such as the DIAN), and Colombian Customs authority (Aduana).
Importing – Exporting
The pitfalls of importing, exporting, transporting, and world trade generally are numerous and difficult to anticipate. Companies engaged in these activities frequently find themselves at the mercy of an inexperienced or corrupt Colombian government officials, and or dishonest businessman. COLOMBIA LEGAL & ASSOCIATES S.A.S is experienced in creating Colombian corporations with the appropriate certifications necessary to conduct international trade and transport. Our Customs attorneys have the expertise to assist you in establishing a business presence in Colombia. We specialize in assisting foreigners and foreign entities setting up corporations in Colombia.
While general business concepts are similar to those in many other countries, including the U.S., there are some very important differences in Colombian law – so it is critical to work with an experienced legal & accounting firm which can assist in implementing your business plan successfully.
It is important to seek professional assistance in order to comply with anti money laundering laws when conducting large international monetary transactions in Colombia. Additionally, our tributary financial advisors and accountants will be sure to analyze all taxes, tarriffs and international trade agreements which you may benefit from.
Additionally, COLOMBIAN LEGAL & ASSOCIATES S.A.S sas can assist in drafting a complete international trade and commerce report as well as the accompanying Colombian regulatory practices.