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Authentication of Commercial Documents 

 1- Commercial Invoices: 

 - All commercial invoices must be first authenticated by the relevant Chamber of Commerce (Swedish, Norwegian, Icelandic, Finnish or Danish) before sending them to the Embassy.

- Authentication of commercial invoices by the Embassy can only be attained if the commercial invoice is jointly presented with a certificate of origin.

 - Fees required for the authentication of commercial invoices are calculated as follows:

1. If the total value of the invoice is stated in US Dollars:

   Fees in SEK= (invoice value × 435 × 1.5%) / 46.01

Please note that the total fee of the invoice should be rounded to the nearest integer 5.

2. If the total value of the invoice is stated in Euros:

   Fees in SEK = (invoice value × 482.36 × 1.5%) / 46.01

3. If the total value of the invoice is stated in SEK:

   Fees in SEK = (invoice value × 1.5%)

 * Please note that the total fee of the invoice should be rounded to the nearest integer 5.

 The maximum value of any invoice fee should not exceed 47275 SEK, regardless of the total value of the invoice.

 The minimum value of any invoice fee should not be less 950 SEK, regardless of the total value of the invoice.

 N.B. The certificate of origin should explicitly and clearly state that the exported goods are manufactured in one of the Scandinavian countries. In addition, the certificate of origin should explicitly state that: The exported goods are manufactured in one of the Scandinavian countries. Neither parts nor raw material of Israeli origin have been used in the production of the goods mentioned in this invoice. No Israeli company or institute has been involved in the production or co-production of the above goods. 

  2-  Commercial Documents With Value : 

- All documents must be first authenticated by the relevant Chamber of Commerce (Swedish, Norwegian, Icelandic, Finnish or Danish) before sending them to the embassy.

- Consular fees should be pre-paid to the Embassy’s account. SEK 950 per document.

Account of the Syrian Embassy in Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken (SEB):

Account no: 52771021668.

For international payment use Iban number: SE4650000000052771021668, Swift

Code: ESS ES ESS.

- A self-addressed stamped envelope, registered mail only either domestic or international.

 3- Commercial documents without any value: 

 -  All documents must be first authenticated by the relevant Chamber of Commerce (Swedish, Norwegian, Icelandic, Finnish or Danish) before sending them to the embassy.

-  Consular fees should be pre-paid to the Embassy’s account. SEK 475 per document.

-  Account of the Syrian Embassy in Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken (SEB):

-  Account no: 52771021668.

-  For international payment use Iban number: SE4650000000052771021668, Swift Code: ESS ES ESS.

-  A self-addressed stamped envelope, registered mail only either domestic or international.

 

N.B. The certificate of origin should explicitly and clearly state that the exported goods are manufactured in one of the Scandinavian countries. In addition, the certificate of origin should explicitly state that: The exported goods are manufactured in one of the Scandinavian countries. Neither parts nor raw material of Israeli origin have been used in the production of the goods mentioned in this invoice. No Israeli company or institute has been involved in the production or co-production of the above goods.