2017 Fee Schedule and Guidelines for in Office Authentication Services

Click here for online services through eCertify.

Members
  • $10.00 per Certificate of Origin up to 20 items or per set (a “set” is one Certificate and one invoice or Bill of Lading.)
  • $4.00 per additional copy to be stamped and/or signed, this fee is for each additional copy, not per set
  • $5.00 per additional 20 items 
  • $50.00 same day rush fee  
  • $25.00 next day rush fee

Non-Members
  • $25.00 per Certificate of Origin up to 20 items or per set (a set is one Certificate and one invoice or Bill of Lading.)
  • $5.00 per additional copy to be stamped and/or signed, this fee is for each additional copy, not per set 
  • $5.00 per additional 20 items 
  • $50.00 same day rush fee 
  • $25.00 next day rush fee 

Processing Hours
The hours for processing Certificates of Origin are Monday through Friday 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., excluding lunch hour, holidays and other office closings. Please call ahead for staff availability and processing timeframes. The standard processing timeframe for authenticating Certificates of Origin is two business days.  Depending on the complexity and length of the Certificate of Origin, same day service may not be available. If it is imperative that your Certificate is processed before two business days, a rush fee will be charged.  

If you have not provided an email address to us, please email Vicki Dunn at vdunn@tampachamber.com to ensure that you receive notifications of upcoming office holidays and closings.

The Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce has specific requirements for authentication of Certificates of Origin and other trade-related documents.

An Affidavit of U.S. or Non-U.S. Origin must accompany the Certificate of Origin and invoice or bill of lading. Please read the document in the requirements link below, in its entirety.
For information concerning online Certificate of Origin services through eCertify click here.
 


To download a generic Certificate of Origin, visit www.export.gov. Special certificates are needed for countries with which the United States has special trade agreements, such as NAFTA Certificates of Origin.

Click here for a basic guide to exporting, prepared by the U.S. Department of Commerce. For information on preparing export documentation, including Certificates of Origin, see Chapter 10.