Roma Andrade – Official Broker and Customs Representative is an expert in the Customs Clearance of import / export of live animals whether of livestock or pets.
“Livestock species” means any specimen of bovine, porcine, ovine, caprine, equine, birds, leporids (rabbits and hares) or other species that are kept for reproduction or production of meat, milk, eggs, wool, silk , fur, skin or game restocking, as well as livestock production of animals for pets, work or cultural or sporting activities;
Ruminants: Cattle producing milk, meat or livestock; Buffaloes; Sheep and Goats;
Horses: Horses, Donkeys and Mules;
Pigs: Pigs and Boars and their cross breeding;
Birds: Production of breeders, eggs or meat; Hens, Chickens, Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, Guinea Pigs, Quails; Wild hens, Pigeons (for consumption), Partridges (for consumption or restocking), Pheasants, Ostriches;
Cuniculture: Rabbits, Hares and Rabbits for consumption;
Other species: Marta, Chinchilla, Mink (for fur production / market), reptiles (for market), Snails (heliciculture) and other terrestrial molluscs; Detention or breeding in captivity of game species such as deer, fallow deer, corse or camelids (camels, llamas and alpacas) that are not in zoological parks.
The transport of live animals is subject to several regulatory standards that exist to ensure safe and good transport.
Pet animals are usually airborne, according to the regulations of IATA.
Depending on the destination, there is specific legislation to take into account, there are situations that require the animal to remain in quarantine, but in all circumstances the following documentation is required:
- Specific blood tests carried out by an accredited laboratory (RNATT)
– Medical records
– Export and Import Authorization, which in general have an expiration date
Calculations of Customs Duties
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