Certificate of origin

Some countries only for some goods require the certificate of origin. This form is used by customs at the destination to control imports from particular countries, or to identify goods that might qualify for preferential treatment based on agreements between countries. If required, you should submit one original certificate.

Some countries, like Mexico and Israel, have their own certificate of origin forms. Also, when shipping goods to Canada or Mexico that qualify for reduced duty rates under NAFTA, a special NAFTA certificate of origin is required.

For your convenience, a certificate of origin in PDF format is available for printing. To view it, you will need the Adobe® Acrobat® Reader or plug-in. If you have not already installed and configured the Adobe Acrobat Reader or plug-in, click the "Get Acrobat" icon for further instructions.