The Sultanate of Oman
- All shipments to Oman must be covered by an Arab-Irish Certificate of Origin together with an original, signed invoice. Both must be certified by the AICC
- The AICC can arrange legalisation if required
- Health and Radiation Certificates are required for food, meat and poultry consignments
- Halal Certificate stating that slaughter was according to Muslim law must accompany fresh, frozen meat and poultry
- All personal documentation eg Degree or Marriage Certificates must be stamped by the Department of Foreign Affairs before submission
|Certificate of Origin
|Invoice from US$1.00 to US$10,000
|Invoice from US$10,001 to US$50,000
|Invoice from US$50,001 to US$100,000
|Invoice above US$100,001
Invoice Values in Sterling or Euro must be converted to US$ using the daily exchange rate.
|Commercial Power of Attorney / Authorisation of Agent
|General Power of Attorney
Commercial Contracts or Agreements
Distribution Agreement, Articles of Association
Letter of Appointment, Registration of a Company
Deed of Assignment, Registration of Trademark,
Company Printout, Certificate of Incorporation
Other documents – Originals & Copies
Health Certificate/Packing List
GMP Certificate/ Certificate of Free Sale/CPP
Certificate of Analysis
Certificate of Declaration
Certificate Re; Change of Name
Company Act / Bank Statement / Experience/
|Academic Education Certificate
Any Regulatory, Corporate Affairs or Personal documentation which originate from an Irish institution bearing the 'Apostille stamp' from the DFAT does not require attestation/legalisation by the Sultanate of Oman and this stamp is recognised by the authorities in Oman under the Hague Convention.
Therefore, the Embassy will not attest/legalise any document that bears this stamp. All Certificates must also be certified by the AICC after the Department of Foreign Affairs.
Diplomat representation in Oman is provided by the Irish embassy in Saudi Arabia (Riyadh) www.embassyofireland.org.sa Embassy of the Sultanate of Oman, London Irish Consul for Oman in Ireland, Dettia O’Reilly. Email: info[at]ccps.ie
- More information on Oman
Occasionally, embassy' rules and regulations change overnight. The AICC bears no responsibility for any such changes therefore any price changes will be passed directly to customers. We regret that we cannot under any circumstances, intercede with or take responsibility for transactions initiated directly between an exporter and an embassy.